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26th September 2011

Amber forests

Transparent tones range from pale to dark yellow, to yellow light brown. Cloudy amber comes in many colors. Amber is fossilized resin of ancient trees that grew in "amber forests". Through various physical and chemical changes the resin becomes Amber. Am...

22nd June 2011

The Actual Meaning Of Faciel Exercise

You want the most effective anti-aging system readily available? Have you regarded facial work out?The wish to appear our most effective is universal and lots of men and women will go to wonderful lengths to have a younger, toned and tightened face. Our e...

10th May 2011

Facial Exercise – The Natural Anti-Aging Program

You want the best anti-aging program available? Have you considered facial exercise? The desire to look our best is universal and many people will go to great lengths to have a younger, toned and tightened face. Our face is our calling card – our power s...

21st January 2011

Choosing the Right Wig

Wigs have certainly come a long way. Ancient Egyptians used wigs to shield their hairless heads from the sun, while the Japanese used them for theatrical purposes. In the 16th century they were mainly used to enhance one’s appearance. Wigs certainly look ...

20th January 2011

Ceiling Art

We often think of art as paintings or photographs hanging on the walls around us, or perhaps as statues freestanding on the floor. A lot of art is more or less at our eye level. If it rises above, it at least starts at our eye level. However, some of the ...

14th October 2010

The Origin of Cauliflowers

A famous writer that goes by the name Mark Twain once said that the only difference between a cauliflower and a cabbage is that the cauliflower has a college education unlike the cabbage. Why did he say this? Well, honestly I also do not know. But rest as...

17th August 2010

Prop hire for films, performances and parties

Props have been used since the 16th Century, when travelling theatre troupes would span the country providing entertainment in the streets and Royal Courts. They would carry with them their costumes, instruments and ‘company property’, which they would us...

08th April 2010

Top 5 Haunted Houses in England

England has many locations that are haunted but haunted houses seem to draw the most attention and attraction probably because we all live in houses as well and the idea of haunting are both intriguing and scary as well. One of the most haunted houses...

26th February 2010

Original Oil Paintings

Have you ever wondered why the world famous painting ‘Mona Lisa' could endure so many centuries? It still looks perfect till today. This fantastic masterpiece is one of those all time great Original Oil Paintings created by the master artist Da Vinci. A...

16th February 2010

About the Amsterdam Dungeon

Beyond Holland's gleaming façade of famous painters and entrancing architecture lies a past riddled with shadowy secrets. Leave class room history behind you and discover the truth behind Holland's darkest past at the Amsterdam Dungeon, where live act...

16th October 2009

Through the Passage of Tanjore Paintings History

Lineage of Tanjore Paintings The times in the medieval history of India had been the glorious moments for arts and cultural prosperity for the country. The rich heritages of the country during this period were the defining moments when different forms ...

10th September 2009

The Popularity of Online Bingo Games in UK

When bingo game was first introduced in the early 16th century, no one would have thought that it would attain such popularity in UK. The online version of bingo was introduced as early as 1996; since then, it has been famous among UK women in the age gro...

15th June 2009

The History of Scrapbooking

Thanks to the internet, the opportunity to create digital scrapbooks is rich and impressive. From the wide variety of scrapbooking crafts available online to the digital scrapbooking ideas that are so easy to find, creating a professional quality digital ...

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