Ancient History & Civilizations

13 Amazing Ice Age Facts

Ice Ages have always been a mystery to scientists. It’s a period of near-freezing global temperatures that often last millions of years. There were at least five major Ice Ages with approximately 12 periods of glacial expansion over the past one million years. Humans are believed to have developed significantly during the most recent period

15 Amazing and Inspiring Nelson Mandela Facts

Nelson Mandela was the man who fought against the Apartheid system of racial segregation. He served 27 years in jail because of this fight and later became the first ever, black president of South Africa. Besides waging a war against racial discrimination, Nelson Mandela gained global popularity because of many other reasons. Here is a

13 Best Masterpieces of Victorian Architecture

Some of the world’s most iconic buildings were erected during the Victorian age. Victorian architecture refers to the style of revived architecture; most of the styles of these buildings have predominantly been revived from the late 19th century also known as the Victorian age. Many historians believe that Victorian architecture had nothing novel about it,

13 Little Known Facts about Jallianwala Bagh Massacre

The Jallianwala Bagh Massacre is one of the bloodiest incidents that shook India and was also shunned by one and everyone, but, of course with the exception of the Britishers who showered praises on the butcher who led his troops to murder innocent people that had gathered in Jalianwala Bagh for Baisakhi celebrations. Being an

15 Interesting and Weird Facts About Sir Isaac Newton

“A man may imagine things that are false, but he can only understand things that are true, for if the things be false, the apprehension of them is not understanding,”- Sir Isaac Newton. Born on the 25th of December 1642, in Lincolnshire, England, Isaac Newton needs no introduction. The man, who discovered gravity, was a

15 Ancient Roman Foods and Drinks

Contrary to the long held notion that ancient Romans only consumed bread and olive oil as basic diet, these folks actually enjoyed a sumptuous variety of food items like fish and meats, fruit and veggies. The basic Roman foods included a staple diet of bread and olive oil, but, these were not the only things

13 Interesting Facts about Annie Oakley

The Wild West is often considered one of the most fascinating and colorful periods in American history. It inspired an entire genre of films with cowboys on horseback and gunslingers fighting to wrest control over the arid lands. Yet, only a handful of women from this period are known for their guts and tenacity. Annie

15 Amazing Facts About Thomas Edison

Thomas Alva Edison was born on 11th of February in 1847. He was of American nationality and was a businessman and inventor by profession. He made advanced studies in many scientific fields but is most well known for his electric power generation and distribution. Often described as America’s greatest inventor, Edison is a popular name