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Today in history

Do you know what happened in the story on your birthday? Choose the month, day below and click the "Check" button to see the fact that most marked history on this day. Soon we will include other months. JANUARY 28 Construction begins on the Eiffel Tower in Paris - 1887 On this date, the construction of the symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower, designed by Gustave Eiffel, begins with the laying of the cornerstone.
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History Dictionary

UN United Nations. Created in 1945 by the United States, England, the Soviet Union, and other countries that fought Germany, Italy, and Japan in World War II (1939 - 1945). The UN intends to guarantee international peace and security by stimulating economic, social and cultural cooperation between nations.
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What is history for

When we consult a dictionary, we will find the following definition for the story entry: "Methodical narration of the remarkable facts that occurred in the lives of peoples, in particular in the life of humanity in general", or "Set of knowledge, acquired through tradition and / or by means of documents about the evolution of the past of humanity.
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Guarana - Legends and Myths

Legend has it that in a Maués Indian village there was a couple, with one child, very good, happy and healthy. He was very dear to everyone in his village, which led him to believe that in the future he would be a great warrior chief. This made Jurupari, the evil God, very envious of the boy.
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Scientists find oldest human ancestor in Ethiopia

Humanity is 1 million years older. Scientists have discovered a 4.4 million-year-old ancestor of present-day men. Ardipithecus ramidus (or just "Ardi" as it is affectionately called) has been thoroughly described by an international team of scientists, who reported the finding in a special issue of this week's journal Science.
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