16th Century Europe Map
A Japanese scholar has pointed out two historical documents, in which European oceanographers acknowledged Vietnam’s sovereignty over the East Sea (South China Sea) in the 16th century. According to ThoughtCo, the earliest known atlas is associated with the Greco-Roman geographer Claudius Ptolemy. His work, Geographia, was the first published book of cartography, consisting of the The journal reportedly outlined Nazi commander Heinrich Himmler’s plans to hide stolen European riches, artifacts and priceless works of art.
Some fear that governments could exploit the pandemic to usher in broad invasive powers long after the crisis has passed. The journal reportedly outlined Nazi commander Heinrich Himmler’s plans to hide stolen European riches, artifacts and priceless works of art.
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16th Century Europe Map : A long-hidden diary written by a Nazi officer may point to the location of a treasure stash that includes more than 30 tons of buried gold. During the coronavirus crisis that isolation became an advantage. While Spain as a whole has been hard hit, this sparsely-populated region in the South West has escaped relatively lightly. It was one .