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  1. The Gutmana Ala: The Legendary Cave of the Good Man and the Rose of Turaida

    ... located in the Sigulda region of the Gauja National Park in Latvia. Apart from Sigulda, this national park extends over several other ... the boundaries of this national park lie a third of all Latvia’s natural reserves, as well as over 500 cultural and historical ...

    dhwty - 10/09/2015 - 15:18

  2. Overcoming Gravity: The Enigma of Coral Castle

    ... a bout of tuberculosis, Leedskalnin departed from his native Latvia, toward the United States. He set up in Florida City, and there he was ...

    ancient-origins - 27/12/2015 - 20:50

  3. Man out of Mountain: The Striking Figure of the Apennine Colossus

    ... in the cultural landscape of the European countries and Latvia." Proceedings of the Latvia University of Agriculture Landscape Architecture and Art. 2.2. p. 31. ...

    Riley Winters - 11/09/2017 - 14:02

  4. Levitation through sound closer to reality

    One of the existing theories for the building of pyramids and other megalithic monuments is that sonic levitation was used, which means instruments that could levitate heavy objects and make them easier to move.

    johnblack - 23/07/2013 - 09:59

  5. Yotvingians – Mighty Warriors of the Baltic Sea

    The Yotvingians were one of the most influential tribes to live near the Baltic Sea. Their name is known from the first historical books of the world. Despite their centuries of domination in the area of modern-day Poland and some of the surrounding area, they appear to modern people as mysterious and are often misunderstood.

    ancient-origins - 25/04/2016 - 00:57

  6. Twins, Kings and Horses: Symbols of the Divine Twins in Ancient Mythology

    The ancient figures of the “Divine Twins” are recognizable throughout the world with minor variations of the same themes. They are usually depicted as the sons of the Sky God, or even having dual paternity – one twin from a human father and the other from a god. Among the many associations attached to the Divine Twins is the custom of dual kingship—the warrior king and the priestly king—where one king would go on campaigns and the other would remain to protect and reassure the tribe.

    MartiniF - 15/11/2016 - 02:17

  7. First Genetic Proof of a Viking Age Warrior Woman is Identified from an Iconic Swedish Grave

    ... and to lesser extent Eastern Baltic Europe (Lithuania and Latvia).” Romanticized depiction of a Viking woman, 1905, by ...

    Alicia McDermott - 08/09/2017 - 23:07

  8. Sailing into the Unknown: The Search for the Story Behind Stone Ships

    ... that stone ships were also located in northern Poland, Latvia, and Estonia. However, the last construction that has been found in the ...

    Natalia Klimczak - 25/08/2016 - 03:43

  9. May Day: An ancient celebration with pagan roots

    ... Netherlands, Germany, the Czech Republic, Sweden, Lithuania, Latvia, Finland and Estonia. On Walpurgis Night, it is believed that ...

    aprilholloway - 01/05/2014 - 15:13