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  • 10 Witching History Facts about Tunisia that You Need to Know!

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    1. The word Tunisia is sometimes believed to be associated with Tanith or Tunit from the Goddess of the ancient city of Tynet. 2. Before they named it Tunisia, the name is Ifriqiya or Afrika which become the name of present-day Afrika continent. 3. You can see the Carthage ruins here as in 149 BC […] More

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  • 7 Substantial Facts in Juneteenth Independence Day!!

    1. Juneteenth day is an American holiday that celebrates the day on 19th June 1985 where it’s announced the abolition of slavery in the U.S State of Texas as well as emancipation throughout confederacy of the Southern United States. 2. The emancipation proclamation is actually shouted by President Lincoln on 22 September 1862. It became […] More

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  • Rediscovering The Historical of 5 Greatest Kingdom in Central Asia

    Hi Buzzers, There are many historical Kingdom that once has been lost spreading all over the world. Sometimes we don’t know this hidden gem and tend to forget it. But, It’s crucial for us to see these historical cities that have been existing for hundreds of years. It will help us to understand our civilization, […] More

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  • 5 Amazing and Shocking Truth of Matrilineal Tribes Around the World

    1. The Minangs The Minangs is a tribe in Sumatra, Indonesia. They are considered as the largest matrilineal society in the world. Even though most of them are Moslem which should follow patrilineal lineage but some locals still practice their matrilineal lineage as a culture. The custom called adat perpatih set properties like house and […] More

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  • The 5 Oldest & Greatest Bridge in the World

    Hi, Buzzers!! Do you know that there are oldest bridges in the world that are still in use today? Some even built in 3,000 years ago. Next time when you travel to these countries you could visit those bridges too. Happy reading! ūüôā 1. Arkadiko Bridge, Greece This bridge was built in Greek Bronze Age. […] More

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  • The 5 Tallest NBA Player in History

    1. Gheorghe Muresan Gheorghe Muresan or also called Ghita is the tallest NBA player in History. He is 7.7 feet inches or 2.31 meters. His position was as a center for Washington Bullets and New Jersey Nets. His NBA career is from 1991-2006. 2. Manute Bol The name Manute has a meaning as a special […] More

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  • 5 Magical Underwater Ruins You Should Not Miss Out !!

    Hello Buzzers, have you ever wondered why there is a city underwater? The ancient civilization drowned because of many factors such as natural disaster and man-made. Even though emerged in the water, the ruins still has its own magic and stand firm in the water. As if they want to be found after a long […] More

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  • 7 Ghost Towns Around The World You should Visit !!

    Hi, Buzzers!! Do you know that there is lots of uninhabited town in the world? It’s quite weird in the time people need homes but this town with a complete structure just being left like that. Many reasons why the town is being abandoned, it could be because of natural disaster, the war, pollution and […] More

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  • 7 Amazing Origins of Country Names

    Ever wonder how Countries get its name? Where the name “America” comes from and why it is used as a country name..Well Buzzers, you can find out below! Enjoy! 1. Venezuela Venezuela gets its name because the Spanish expeditions saw the houses built over water and thought it looks like Venice. 2. The Solomon island […] More

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  • 5 Great Bowlers who never bowled a no ball

    1. Kapil Dev (INDIA) Kapil Dev (paa Jee) in his career, bowled not even a single no-ball and he is the only Indian bowler to do so. Kapil played 131 Tests and 225 one-day matches. 2. Ian Botham (ENGLAND Ian Botham an all rounder from England, did not bowl a single no-ball. Ian played 102 […] More

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  • 5 Luckiest People who Found a Diamond

    1. Erasmus Stephanus Jacob. He found the diamond in Northern Cape in March 1867. He was 15 years old and was playing skipplies (throwing stones). The shiny thing which he thought to be a stone is actually a diamond. It then named Eureka diamond which also believed the first diamond discovery in South Africa. The […] More

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  • 5 Famous Scientist and Their Hobbies You Might Not Know!

    1. James Clerk Maxwell He is one of the most influential scientists of the 19th century. His achievement was formulating the electromagnetic radiation. He succeeded in bringing together electricity and magnetism which also called as second great unification in physics. His hobby was writing poems. He had several poems that have been published too. Here […] More

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