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* '''Bird Rock''' (''Craig yr Aderyn''), near [[Tywyn]] is the '''only site in Europe''' where '''cormorants nest inland'''.
 
* '''Pecherska Lavra''', [[Kiev]]'s celebrated '''cave monastery''', dates to the 11th century and still contains the '''mummified remains of monks'''.
 
* '''Pecherska Lavra''', [[Kiev]]'s celebrated '''cave monastery''', dates to the 11th century and still contains the '''mummified remains of monks'''.
* One of the bits of folk history underlying the [[Chicago/Rogers Park|Rogers Park]] district of [[Chicago]] is the '''Cabbage Head War'''.
 
 
* One of [[Vienna]]'s draws is the ''Bestattungsmuseum'', '''a museum devoted to coffins and mortuary science'''.
 
* One of [[Vienna]]'s draws is the ''Bestattungsmuseum'', '''a museum devoted to coffins and mortuary science'''.
  

Revision as of 05:04, 24 October 2008

Bird Rock
  • Bird Rock (Craig yr Aderyn), near Tywyn is the only site in Europe where cormorants nest inland.
  • Pecherska Lavra, Kiev's celebrated cave monastery, dates to the 11th century and still contains the mummified remains of monks.
  • One of Vienna's draws is the Bestattungsmuseum, a museum devoted to coffins and mortuary science.


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