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Lapidarium

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Ultra high-definition shot of the pyramids from the International Space Station.

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This is crazy.

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 The best statue in the world is the monument to rats used for DNA research in Russia.

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Trump’s unwillingness to name the ideology behind the deadly violence in Charlottesville may be the most revealing moment of his presidency.

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The Lebanese Army raised the Spanish flag on a hilltop it captured from ISIS.

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Bevölkerungsdichte in Russland – spannende Karte by Andrey Rogozyansky.

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When arrested & sent to Auschwitz, Maximilian Kolbe said to his fellow friars: “Courage, my sons. Don’t you see that we are leaving on a mission?”

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Egyptian Gold Scissors, ca. 1500 BCE

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Spot which countries are missing from Macron’s tour. Hungary and Poland.

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“Maybe the wall isn’t such a bad idea….”

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EKOterrorism

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This drawing was made in the 13th century by a 7-years-old boy named Onfim who lived in Novogrod.

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Gustave Caillebote, “Los acuchilladores de parqué” (1894)

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Legia Warsaw was fined 35 000 Euro by UEFA for their famous banner tribute to “1944 Warsaw Upraising”, this is how fans responded.

Legia – Sheriff Tiraspol 1:1

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Nationalpark Babia Góra

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Lapidarium

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Nuclear warheads, 2017:

Russia: 7000

US: 6800

France: 300

China: 260

UK: 215

Pakistan: 140

India: 130

Israel: 80

North Korea: 30

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Nice people made the best NAZIS.

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NOT a painting: Frau Merkel with fishermen in Rügen, November 1990. Her first electoral campaign. She has held her constituency since then.

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Carl Sagan wrote this in 1996, and now I think he’s either a time traveler or a witch.

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GDP (Bruttoinlansprodukt) growth, 2017.

Poland: 3.6%

Turkey: 3.4%

Spain: 2.9%

Netherlands: 2.2%

Germany: 1.8%

UK: 1.6%

France: 1.5%

Russia: 1.4%

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The nuclear bombs dropped on Japan in WW2 were called Fat Man and Little Boy.

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In 1981, Harvard law professor Roger Fisher, director of the Harvard Negotiation Project, published a thought experiment:

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