Sunday, 18 Nov 2018

Category: History. Adventures. Personal Experience

movie It

It Part 2. Dancing Clown Comes Again

Horror films had become one of the most popular genres all over the world. Psychologists investigating the popularity of the horror films, came to the conclusion that horror films make the viewers experience their own fears in order not to be afraid of everyday life. One of the greatest subconscious fears of people is the […]

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Vlad Dracula

Vlad Dracula. The Legendary Vampire

Sometimes it seems, it is said not about a person, but about the true generation of hell, which, due to misunderstanding, fell to the ground. For most, he is known as a “horror with the wings of the night,” a bloodthirsty vampire, a dictator who was in the circle for the slightest fault. Vlad the […]

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Alfred Nobel

Alfred Nobel. An Outstanding Scientist

Alfred Nobel is well-known almost by all the people in the world. His famous Nobel Prize is still awarded to different researchers, scientists. Alfred Bernard Nobel was a Swedish industrialist, chemist, inventor of dynamite, founder of the Nobel Prize. In honor of this  scientist chemical element of nobelium was named, as well as the Nobel […]

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the Tudors

The Tudors. Powerful English Dynasty

The Tudors are the most famous ruling dynasty of England. Immediately after the war between the Scarlet and White Roses, they succeeded in restoring order in the country and making England one of the strongest countries of that time. The reign of the Tudors covers a little less than a century and a quarter between […]

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the death of the Romanovs

The Death of the Romanovs

In 1918, one of the greatest crimes of the 20th century was committed in Yekaterinburg.  The Bolsheviks killed Emperor Nicholas II with his wife, children and servants. At night of July 16-17, 1918, the royal family and their confidants were shot in the basement of a house in Yekaterinburg. Because of what the bullets bounced […]

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