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Anímate y participa en la caminata nocturna patrocinada por el ayuntamiento de ‪#‎Benitachell‬ y disfruta de las noches de verano, de una manera diferente. Hasta el 27 de agosto. ‪#‎MiveranoCostaBlanca‬ ‪#‎TuPlanCostaBlanca‬ ‪#‎DisfrutaYaprende‬

Anímate y participa en la caminata nocturna patrocinada por el ayuntamiento de ‪#‎Benitachell‬ y disfruta de las noches de verano, de una manera diferente. Hasta el 27 de agosto. ‪#‎MiveranoCostaBlanca‬ ‪#‎TuPlanCostaBlanca‬ ‪#‎DisfrutaYaprende‬

Thank you Mother Earth for allowing us to walk on your soils and breathe in your air,  And for bearing trees that provide shelter and crop, ...

Thank you Mother Earth for allowing us to walk on your soils and breathe in your air, And for bearing trees that provide shelter and crop, ...

The Ancient Roman "Lycurgus Cup" lit from the front. Seemingly harmless...

5 Advanced Ancient Technologies That Shouldn't Be Possible

The Ancient Roman "Lycurgus Cup" lit from the front. Seemingly harmless...

Eltern brauchen auch mal eine Kaffeepause: Der Hamburg Coffee Guide

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Eltern brauchen auch mal eine Kaffeepause: Der Hamburg Coffee Guide

Lover's Beach at Land's End - Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

Lover's Beach at Land's End - Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

In the Sahara Desert in Egypt lie the oldest known astronomically aligned stones in the world: Nabta. Over one thousand years before the creation of Stonehenge, people built a stone circle and other structures on the shoreline of a lake that has long since dried up. Over 6,000 years ago, stone slabs three meters high were dragged over a kilometer to create the site. Shown above is one of the stones that remains. Little is known about the ultimate purpose of Nabta and the nature of the people…

In the Sahara Desert in Egypt lie the oldest known astronomically aligned stones in the world: Nabta. Over one thousand years before the creation of Stonehenge, people built a stone circle and other structures on the shoreline of a lake that has long since dried up. Over 6,000 years ago, stone slabs three meters high were dragged over a kilometer to create the site. Shown above is one of the stones that remains. Little is known about the ultimate purpose of Nabta and the nature of the people…

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