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The Birthplace of Jean Sibelius in Hämeenlinna

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The Rock Palace in Sana’a

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The Kelpies – The horse powered heritage in Grangemouth

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No Man’s Land Fort in Portsmouth

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Joseph Fry, started making chocolate around 1759. In 1761 Joseph Fry and John Vaughan purchased a small shop and with it the patent for a chocolate refining process. In 1777 their chocolate works moved from Newgate Street to Union Street, Bristol. In 1847, the Fry’s Continue Reading

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China became the third country in the world to have independent human spaceflight capability after the Soviet Union and the United States. Shenzhou 5 was the first human spaceflight mission of the Chinese space program, launched on 15 October 2003. Shenzhou was launched on a Continue Reading

The horse is the seventh species to be cloned. Prometea born in May 28, 2003, a Haflinger foal, is the first cloned horse and the first to be born from and carried by its cloning mother. Her birth was announced publicly on August 6, 2003. Continue Reading

The squirrel monkey who was to become known as Miss Baker was purchased at a pet shop in Miami, Florida, and brought to the Naval Aviation Medical School in Pensacola. Miss Baker was a squirrel monkey who became, along with rhesus macaque Miss Able, one Continue Reading

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