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A lot of time has passed since the last article in the unsolved mystery series of the 20th century was published, the editors of our site decided to continue this series. And the next in turn is the Mystery of the Loch Ness Monster (Nessie).
If you turn to the very depths of Celtic legends, then this creature was first noticed by the Roman conquerors. The very first mention of the Loch Ness monster dates back to the 5th century AD, where in one of the chronicles the water beast of the River Ness is mentioned. Continue reading
Japan is an amazing country of contrasts, where the achievements of high technologies perfectly coexist with centuries-old traditions, and the magical gardens and temples – with skyscrapers, from one look at which is breathtaking. They say to know Japan is not enough for a lifetime. The unpredictability of the elements, geographical location and national character formed a kind of mythology with their own, sometimes so absurd, creatures whose image and purpose are paradoxical for Europeans to understand. Let’s take a look at what mythical creatures live in Japan according to their mythology! Continue reading