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The Rulers of Europe: Every Year

This video shows the rulers of European countries, for every year since 400 BC. Music : The Dark Knight Trilogy Ultimate Cut, by matogolf https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXv92OgO4yY

Moscow travel guide (Russia)

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12 Incredible Facts About Russia

Incredible Facts About Russia Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubscribeFtdFacts Watch more http://bit.ly/FtdFactsLatest from FTD Facts: http://bit.ly/FtdFactsPopular We wanna give a special thanks: Alex (Bratuchkin) Drone for use of his footage Check him out at: https://www.youtube.com/user/alexbyou Follow FTD Facts: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ftdonline/ Instagram(Dave): https://www.instagram.com/davewalpole/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ftdonline Twitter: https://twitter.com/ftdonline Watch More FTD Facts: Countries & Places: http://bit.ly/FtdFactsCountries People: http://bit.ly/FtdFactsPeople Latest Uploads: http://bit.ly/FtdFactsLatest Popular Videos: http://bit.ly/FtdFactsPopular FTD Facts brings you the most interesting facts about everything. Our mini documentaries and lists explore countries, people, society, religion, history, and more.

Ancient High-Technology ~ How Old Are We?

Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistory Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MysteryHistoryBook/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mysterytweetery Steemit: https://steemit.com/@mysteryhistory Narration By Don Moffit: www.DonMoffit.com Just how old is human civilisation? The majority of our antiquity, no matter how astonishing, is, according to modern academia, all built by our less capable ancestors, placed considerably more recently within human history. During our extensive research, we have often unearthed overwhelming evidence for an immensely larger human timeline, additionally, we feel there is strong evidence to suggest, that more than one period of prosperity has been experienced in the past. We have realised that this record of past global inhabitancy, is merely limited to its resistance to erosion, put another way, there appears that many past civilisations have come and gone, going back beyond what is now still in existence. The human species, it seems, has outlived the existence of our oldest ruins here on earth, this may mean that the true origins of modern man, are in fact, lost in time forever… Many ruins we have explored, are now argued as geological formations, this authoritive subjection is merely testament to their immense age, and also begs the question, what other ruins may have been lost to erosion? How much older does human civilisation actually reach back in time? And just how advanced have past civilisations become? One clue to answer this question, lays within the ruins themselves. Astonishing feats of engineering, that not only indicate a high level of intelligence, but also technological prowess. Extraordinarily refined works, which can still be found in the less inhospitable environments of earth. One of these lesser shared sites is undoubtedly Varangal. Located within the south Indian state of Telangana, It was predictably once snapped, up by our less capable ancestors, possibly claimed as their own, subsequently becoming their capital. Home of the Kakatiya dynasty from the 12th to 14th centuries, this inhabitation, we feel, has then been used regardless of the advanced ruins in question, to age the stone carvings which can be found at the site. Stone monuments carved with such accuracy, skill, and precision, that they evade any logical explanation, as to how they could have been completed, with any of the technologies we know were available to the Kakatiyans, specifically within the 12th century. The site clearly demonstrates tremendous skill, and also technological prowess. These stone monuments, were clearly not only created to express an artistic message, , but they were undoubtedly created to display the creators capabilities, encapsulated in time, quite possibly for the exact purpose of people like us to recognise them, as they may have with similar ruins, that were possibly in existence during their own lifetimes… There is a greatly more interesting, and extensively larger story to tell, regarding the history of our planet, however, as long as those in power feel “inadequate” simply saying, “we don’t know,” ignorance and lies will continue to plague our species. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warangal_Fort

History of Russia (PARTS 1-5) - Rurik to Revolution

From Prince Rurik to the Russian Revolution, this is a compilation of the first 5 episodes of Epic History TV's History of Russia. Help me make more videos at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/EpicHistoryTV?ty=h Recommended general histories of Russia (follow affiliate links to buy on Amazon & support the channel): Martin Sixsmith, Russia: A 1000 Year Chronicle of the Wild East http://geni.us/KJoobkg Orlando Figes, Natasha's Dance: A Cultural History of Russia http://geni.us/g6Ue8k Robert Service, The Penguin History of Modern Russia: From Tsarism to the Twenty-first Century http://geni.us/TgiI Music: Johnny de'Ath www.lemonadedrinkers.com Filmstro https://www.filmstro.com/ Audio Blocks Premium Beat Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com/ 'The Pyre'; 'Intrepid'; 'String Impromptu Number 1'; 'Brandenburg No.4'; 'All This'; 'Satiate Percussion'; 'The Descent'; Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution CC BY-SA 3.0 Images: Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona State Tretyakov Gallery Russian State Historical Museum National Art Museum of Ukraine Herodotus: Marie-Lan Nguyen, CC BY 2.5 St.Volodymr: Dar Veter, CC BY-SA 3.0 Polish-Lithuanian Flag: Olek Remesz, CC BY 2.5 Kremlin.ru New York Public Library Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection, Brown University Library Stenka Razin with kind permission of Sergei Kirrilov Winter Palace: Alex Florstein Fedorov CC BY-SA 4.0 Imperial Academy of Fine Arts: Alex Florstein Fedorov CC BY-SA 4.0 Ipatievsky Monastery: Michael Clarke CC BY-SA 4.0 Trans-Alaska Pipeline: Frank Kovalchek CC BY 2.0 Gallows: Adam Clarke CC BY-SA 2.0 Church of the Saviour exterior: NoPlayerUfa CC BY-SA 3.0 Church of the Saviour interior: Mannat Kaur CC BY-SA 3.0 Audio Mix and SFX: Chris Whiteside Rene Bridgman

Volgograd is one of the most beautiful ancient cities of Russia. The city was built as a fortress on the right bank of the Volga River. The date of birth of the city is July 2, 1589. The city is 90 km, and is the longest city in Russia. The total area of the city is 565 sq. km. Its population is 1million people.

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There is an interesting and rich history in Volgograd with a lot of historical monuments, culture and architecture.. Throughout its history the city has changed names three times.. Tsaritsyn - from 1589 to 1925. Stalingrad - from 1925 to 1961, and from 1961 the city has been known as Volgograd. For more than 400 years, the city has experienced many historical events. During World War II, Hitler and Mussolini targeted Volgograd because of its industrial power, oil fields, and important transportation routes. The latest and most famous battle was for Stalingrad during World War II. About 1million bombs being dropped on the city. It was completely destroyed, and more than 2 million Soviet and German soldiers were killed.

It is located in the south-eastern European part of Russia.

In Volgograd, there is an airport and railway, and europe's largest river port. Two federal highways also pass through the city. The city has a well-developed transportation network: buses, trolleybuses, trams, minibuses and taxi, and also Russia's only underground tram system.

Volgograd is a major tourist center. It is a monument-city and a hero-city, visited by hundreds of thousands of Russian and foreign tourists. They are attracted by Volgograds nature, mineral springs, spa s and rest-houses, along with the rich and glorious history. There are many museums and monuments, with a vibrant culture and architecture.

Modern Volgograd remains an important industrial city. Industries include ship building, oil refining, steel and aluminum production, manufacture of machinery and vehicles, and chemical production. A large Volgograd Hydroelectric Plant is a short distance to the north of Volgograd.

In 2018, Volgograd will be a host city to 4 matches of the FIFA World Cup. A new modern stadium, Volgograd Arena, was built for this occasion on the bank of the Volga River to serve as the venue. The stadium has a seating capacity for 45,000 people.

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