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  • MolaMola : 7 Facts about The Heaviest Fish in the World

    1. Mola mola is the heaviest bony fish in the world, the adult can reach 1,000 kg. It’s also known as Sunfish. 2. The name “Mola mola” is derived from Latin “Mola” or “Millstone” in English. The name resembles its gray color, rough texture and rounded body. European called this fish “Sunfish” because they really […] More

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  • 10 Fascinating Fun Facts in Hawaii

    1. Hawaii is created because of the eruption of an undersea volcano in thousand years ago. Credit: Photo by cathy313.center blog.net 2. Hawaii doesn’t have daylight saving time, because it starts 2 hours before pacific time and 5 hours behind East Standard Time. Credit: Photo by corural.com 3. Hawaii is the widest state in the […] More

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  • 6 Forgotten Cities in Africa Now a UNESCO World Heritage Sites

    1. Chartage Chartage was a city ruin in Tunisia. It was founded by Queen Dido she bought the amount of land and built Chartage empire. The empire then becomes a threat to the Roman empire. The Romans declared wars with Carthage and called as the Punic Wars. This ancient city was declined and destroyed by […] More

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  • 10 FUN Facts about Finland You Might Want to Know

    Do you know which country that was under Swedish rule for 600 years ? Was inhabited when the last ice age ended around 9000 B.C ? A home of our Santa Claus and Rudolph ? And has land borders in the east with Russia? .. if you guess it’s Finland then you guess right !! […] More

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  • Significance of Ramadan: رمضان‎

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    Ramdan (رمضان‎) observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting (during the daylight hours from dawn to sunset). This annual observance is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam. The month lasts 29–30 days based on the visual sightings of the crescent moon. Fasting is fard (obligatory) for adult Muslims, except those […] More

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  • United States “World’s First” Part II

      1. World’s First Parking Meter was put on in Oklahoma city on 16th of July, 1935. Credit: Photo by pinterest.com   2. World’s First facility which succeeded in breeding harbor seals in captivity is The Seaside Aquarium in Oregon. Credit: Photo by google @spencerjones and @kimberlyreed   3. World’s First Rodeo was held in […] More

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  • Top Famous Oldest Cities in the World

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    1. Damascus, Syria Damascus was founded in the 3rd millennium B.C. Its broadly believed to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world, with the indication of habitation dating back at least 11,000 years. Credit: Pinterest 2. Jericho, West Bank, Palestine Jericho is the earliest known walled city, and evidence of other habitation in the […] More

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  • 5 Backstory Behind Popular Toys You Might Not Know

    1. Porcelain Dolls (Bisque Dolls) The bisque doll was a matte porcelain doll. This doll became famous in Europe after the porcelain glazed doll from China. The first manufacture was in France and Germany in 1860s. The first bisque doll designed as a fashion doll and collected by the royalty. One of the royals who […] More

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  • Sengai Gibon: An Interconnection between Simplicity and Zen

    Sengai Gibon was a Japanese monk from Edo period in 1750 until 1837. He became a head abbot of Shofuku-Ji at Hakata, North Kyushu. He was famous at that time for his Sumi-e painting; a painting that uses black ink and a brush which only high educational men can do. He also well known for […] More

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  • HOT 10 You Should Know about Custom in New Zealand

    New Zealand is a country in the South western Pacific Ocean. The country has 2 main islands North Island, South Island, and 600 smaller islands. New Zealand’s ethnic groups mostly European (74%), Māori (14,5 %), Asian (11,8%) and others. Yes, this is the islands of Disney’s Moana 🙂 1. The cleanest and greenest country with […] More

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  • Lenape: Intriguing Facts of New Yorker's Indigenous Tribe

    Lenape was indigenous tribes who lived in Lenapehoking. Lenapehoking included Delaware and expanded to Long Island until Hudson Valley in present-day New York. Lenape has a meaning as “Indian or man”. This indigenous tribe also called Delaware because the first time the English met this tribe they were living in Delaware River. Photo by : […] More

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