Thursday, February 12, 2009

Oh! I cant believe it

*The three mile (5 kilometers) long tomb of Chinese emperor Qin Sains more than 8,000 life-size clay soldiers created 2,300 years ago to protect him in the afterlife.
Army of Terra-cotta Warriors

*Many 19th century artists and writers living in Paris were fond of a green alcoholic drink called absinthe, also known as 'the green fairy'. It was believed to be dangerously addictive and could cause madness, so was banned in most countries in 1915.
The green fairy

*The first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong, was travelsick as a child.
Neil Armstrong

*The Chinese invented fireworks more than 2,000 years ago. The sound was created to scare off evil spirits.

*French artist Henri de Toulouse Lautrec broke both his legs in his early teens and they stopped growing. As an adult, he had a fully-grown torso and child's legs.
Henri de Toulouse Lautrec

*Early false teeth were made from hippopotamus bone and dead people's teeth.
200-year-old pair of French false teeth

*Heavy snow slowed down the normally accurate Big Ben clock in London on New Year's Eve 1962, making it announced the New Year ten minutes late.
Big Ben clock


  1. i like the big ben clock so much. .
    want to go to there too. .
    but,,how can?
    hiks. .

  2. @aphied: Of course, you can go there... by plane! LOL. It's in London dear.

  3. That false teeth is amazingly gross. Would someone in his right mind use dead people's teeth?

  4. wow amazing Army of Terra-cotta Warriors

  5. ewwwww for the false teeth, ha ha ha..

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