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Articles Tagged: History

 

Top Spots in Sri Lanka that Explore the Country&39;s Heritage
By Flora Cox
September 22, 2014

Travelling to Sri Lanka can be your unique way to get acquainted with the rich Sri Lankan heritage and culture apparent everywhere on the island. The island's impressive 3000-year-old history leaves behind numerous traces of this past thriving in beautiful spots. Here are the top spots in Sri Lanka that are your best bets for exploring the dynamic heritage of the island.... Continue Reading

Norwegian History
Edited By Safari the Globe

The first people to make their way to Norway likely arrived in about 12,000 BC after the glaciers in the region began to recede. These glaciers also helped carve out the landscape of Norway and these early settlers faced huge physical obstacles in settlement due to the mountains, but found the coastline ideal for fishing and hunting.

As the glaciers continued to recede, the people continued to expand further north... Continue Reading