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Unpronounceable thoughts from the outer space

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The Škocjan Caves - A Unique Natural Phenomena

An ancient cave system considered one of the largest discovered underground chambers with the most famous underground features in the world.

Due to their exceptional significance, the Škocjan Caves in Slovenia were entered on UNESCO’s list of natural and cultural world heritage sites in 1986. International scientific circles have acknowledged the importance of the Caves as one of the natural treasures of the planet.

The Škocjan Caves are a unique natural phenomenon ranking among the most important caves in the world. They represent the most significant underground phenomena in both the Karst region and Slovenia. Above the caves lies the village of Škocjan, now famous for its archaeological treasure below.

Research has shown that people have lived in the caves and the surrounding area in prehistoric times up to the present – totaling more than 5,000 years of history. The first written sources on the Škocjan Caves date back as early as the 2nd century B.C. and were marked on the oldest published maps of that part of the world.

Nearly 100 years after the discovery of Dead Lake within the cave system, the last important event took place in 1990 when Slovenian divers discovered over 200 meters of new cave passages. It is still believed there is even more to be discovered in the extraordinary

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The Majestic Bus has a beautiful wooden floor, painted pine boarding and a well thought-out dining/kitchen area with hand-built units, oak worktops, a gas cooker and a fridge. At the back is a cosy double bed and a wood-burning stove placed on an old flagstone. An L-shaped sofa seat folds into a further double bed. Solar panels on the roof power the lights and a socket to charge phones, laptops etc. A few metres away lies a purpose built wooden bath house, containing a flush toilet and a luxurious roll-top bath with shower above.

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European Sword

  • Artist/maker: unknown
  • Dated: circa 1100
  • Culture: Southern European or Italian
  • Place of Origin: possibly made in Italy, Europe
  • Medium: steel [blade]; iron with remnants of silver overlay [hilt]
  • Measurements: 4 15/16 × 32 7/8 inches, 2.4 lb. (12.6 × 83.5 cm, 1.08 kg) of Pommel: 2 7/8 × 3/8 inches, 2 1/4 inches (7.3 × 1 × 5.7 cm). Blade length: 30 9/16 inches (77.6 cm). Width (blade at Heel): 2 7/16 inches (6.2 cm). Quillons: 4 15/16 × 1/2 inches (12.6 × 1.3 cm)

This sword is believed to have been excavated near Florence, Italy.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Philadelphia Museum of Art