An unsolved mystery of the colossal Olmec heads

The young Olmec warrior

The young Olmec warrior

One of the first people to have lived in Mexico were the Olmec people and you can find their history in the Mexican province of Tabasco. In the city of La Venta colossal Olmec heads made out of rocks were found by archeologists, which nowadays are located at the nearby Villahermosa. There they are exhibited in a beautiful jungle park.

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How to explore the Pirate island Saria, arrr!

Have you ever heard about the small island of Saria (in modern Greek Σαρία)? It is a rocky, volcanic island on the northern side of Karpathos. With only a couple of Shepherds living in Saria it is still said to be an uninhabited island.
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Öland and its many cool surprises

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It’s weekend and that means I get to do some sightseeing with my boyfriend’s family. Today we’re driving up to Kalmar to cross the bridge to the island called Öland. That is if the weather allows us to do so. We tried yesterday, but it was way to foggy in the entire area. Today it seems like it might be a great day for seeing some beautiful landscapes and taking pictures out on this island in the Baltic Sea. It’s cloudy and the wind is blowing, but the sun is peeking through the clouds.
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Lost and Found: a Mayan site

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A group of archeologists have found a lost Mayan city in the jungle of the Mexican state Campeche, which they called Lagunita. Covered with monumental buildings, squares, a walled area for the ballgame ‘Pelota’, also known as a ball court, and a pyramid of nearly 20 meters high! How could this be hidden that long you’d ask yourself.
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