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Bier (Beer) AdventuresBier (Beer) Adventures

So you like Beer? Do you like adventures? Well this is the site for you

 
Parlez-vous moo?Parlez-vous moo?

Gin-drinking, rugby-loving, nutty cow.

 
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Archaeologists from canton Lucerne have uncovered rare Celtic remains on a construction site in the city of Egolzwil about 35 kilometres from the city of Lucerne. The discovery of a bronze piece of jewellery is considered a particularly exceptional f...

A detailed Roman mosaic depicting two birds perched on a vessel has been uncovered during routine water pipe maintenance in the municipality of Avenches, canton Vaud. Avenches was the capital of modern day Switzerland during the Roman era, and the r...

Notable German art dealer Hild­ebrand Gurlitt (1895–1956) was the ­son of a famous art hist­or­ian, Cornelius Gurlitt I (1850–1938), and grandson of Louis Gurlitt (1812–1897), an important C19th landscape artist.Early in his car­eer in the...

Parasitic wasps existed as early as several million years ago. Within a project coordinated by Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), researchers of various disciplines for the first time definitively discovered fossil parasites inside their hosts.

The left's examples of socialism aren't as great as they think. The post Joy Behar Thinks Scandinavian Countries Have Successful Socialism, but I’ve Got Sour News for Her appeared first on RedState.

Since the 16th century, Basel has been home to a mysterious papyrus. With mirror writing on both sides, it has puzzled generations of researchers. A research team from the University of Basel has now discovered that it is an unknown medical document...

Choir practice is on hold until archaeologists finish digging up dozens of skeletons buried beneath a school auditorium in Zurich. The graves date back to the Middle Ages. The 1,000-year-old bones are in excellent condition [Credit: Hochbauamt, Kan...