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Cute Things To Say To Your Girlfriend

03rd May 2013
In the days passed by, it was typical practice to write love letters for the one whom they loved. Historians had treasured this truth and are really thankful for it. These love letters helped us to understand much concerning the lifestyle of actual people... Read >
Author: Donovan Kirkendall

How To Visit Chan Chan, Peru

06th January 2013
Most people who go to Peru with limited time devote it in the southern part of the country where Machu Picchu is situated. When looking to extend an excursion beyond the time it takes to see the world wonder, tourists typically choose to add on sites whic... Read >
Author: Terry Phillips

Making Your Own Herbal Face Masks At Home Is Often a Fun Way to Keep Your Young Appearance

25th July 2012
Folks have been using facial masks for hundreds, or maybe even thousands of years already. The reality is, nobody knows precisely when and where the idea of facial masks was born, but historians strongly believe it started in China. It's also a well known... Read >
Author: Kalpana Rajagopalan

The Story Behind Britains Toy Soldiers

17th May 2011
William Britain began making toy soldiers more than a hundred years ago in 1893. Their original toy soldiers were made of lead using their famous hollowcast method. These soldiers were hollow on the inside which allowed W. Britain to use less metal in eac... Read >
Author: L Scot

Ratnagiri,Udayagiri,Lalitgiri - Travel to Buddha's Kingdom

12th May 2011
The history of Buddha is a matter of contention amongst many historians. There is this group of old school of historians that stick to the fact that the enlightened one was born in modern day Nepal. While a group of recent historians and archeologists mos... Read >
Author: Sukant

History of Dental Care - Little Known Facts

04th October 2010
Little known fact: in ancient times, the same person that would shave you and cut your hair was also the person who would extract your diseased teeth. Yup, thatís right, the barber! Obviously dental care has come a long way since then, thank goodness. ... Read >
Author: Billy E. Kidd

VW Karmann Ghia Review

07th July 2010
Every yin needs its yang. The yin: Volkswagen's global bestseller, the meek, mild and inexpensive Beetle; the yang: Volkswagen's new kid on the block, the voluptuous and seamless Volkswagen Karmann Ghia. The panache of one balanced the functionality of th... Read >
Author: dlegal

Who Invented Bowling

23rd June 2010
There is a number of contradicting data on who invented bowling. However, people have to cope with the fact that no definite title could be immediately pinned to the precise inventor because they are unknown. There are two major theories that will seek to... Read >
Author: PipDawg

Few facts About Bikaner

23rd June 2010
Rajasthan is one state of India that attracts the maximum number of visitors from around the world due to its cultural heritage and lovely palaces and forts. The district of Bikaner is one such attraction in this lovely state. Bikaner is located in the No... Read >
Author: leesasteve

Ideas To Help Purchase A Men's Golf Shoe

04th June 2010
Do you know the history of golf? Well it doesn't really matter, because you will still need good men's golf shoes. They will cost you a nice chunk for a good pair. The shoes you wear will determine your golf score. Shoes that hurt your feet will distract ... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

The Key Chain History

19th November 2009
First, there were the just strings and stuff that would keep all those keys together. Then came the ring, hoops that provided a stylish way of keeping a those keys in place. And then came those ornaments that made key rings a fashion statement. In real... Read >
Author: John

The largest religious gathering of women in the world

05th November 2009
As per the Guinness Book of World Records, the world famous Attukal Pongala held at the Attukal Bhagavathy Temple in Trivandrum, Kerala, Southern India is the largest religious gathering of women in a single place on a single day in the world. Many local ... Read >
Author: kpm111

Bahay Tsinoy : Displaying the Chinese Heritage in the Philippines

21st August 2009
According to historians, the relationship between the Philippines and China dates back many centuries. Philippine prehistory reveals that the country's connection with other Asian nations began predominantly with the establishment of land bridges. Various... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe

Famous places in Raipur

18th May 2009
Famous places in Raipur Raipur is a very fascinating city in India. It has a number of landmarks and sites worth visiting. It is the capital of the Chhattisgarh. According to India's 2001 census the population of the Raipur is around 605,131. Former... Read >
Author: mark steve

Chinese Silver Dragon Coins - China's Premier Silver Coin

08th May 2009
The Chinese Silver Dragon Coin has been known, for centuries, to be one of the oldest coins to have ever been produced, designed, and distributed across the country as official currency. It serves as one of the few coins in which people identified China a... Read >
Author: Christina Goldman
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