Lost in Time: Unearthing the Extinct Bird’s Claw

Researchers have found the perfectly preserved claw of a bird species that became extinct almost 700 years ago, which is a spectacular archeological find. The discovery, which dates to about 3,300 years ago, offers important new light on extinct species and insights into the biodiversity of earlier ecosystems. Among the items retrieved during the excavation,…

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Unearthing the Past Roman Coins Revealed in Italy’s Theaters

Roman coins discovered in Italian theaters shed light on the social conditions of the Roman Empire. The many emperors’ reigns are portrayed, representing the political upheavals and power battles that occurred within the empire. Additionally, the existence of coins from several eras demonstrates that the theaters were used for entertainment and cultural activities by Roman…

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La Tomatina a Spain Famous Tomato fight festival

A gourmet extravaganza, the La Tamatino Festival honors the creative culinary fusion of Latin American and Mediterranean cuisines. To honor the harmonic fusion of tastes, customs, and cultural exchanges that gave rise to the distinctive La Tamatino culinary concept, food enthusiasts, chefs, and culture enthusiasts come together for this exciting and energetic event. The festival…

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