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Have you ever wondered how old the oldest living person in history? Or when it was made, the oldest wine in the world? Or when the world's oldest car was created? In our article you will find answers to these and many other amazing questions.
The earliest appearance. Szczytno or Triops cancriformis - it is the most ancient kind existing in the present, which has about 230 million years. (Photo: AP Photo / Steve Yeater).
The oldest ocean. It is believed that the Pacific Ocean is currently about 200 million years. (Photo: AP Photo / NOAA).
The oldest satellite in Earth orbit. Vanguard 1 - the first artificial satellite in the solar-powered, which was launched in March 1958. Despite the fact that the ground crew lost contact with him back in 1964, it is still spinning on the Earth's orbit. (Photo: ASSOCIATED PRESS).
The oldest whiskey. According to the Guinness Book of Records, the oldest bottle of whiskey - it Glenavon Special Liqueur Whisky, the first spill which was produced between 1851 and 1858 years. It is still not possible to determine the exact date. (Photo: Scott Barbour / Getty Images).
The oldest university. University of Al-Karaouine in Fes Moroccan city was founded in 859 AD. The university operates to this day. (Photo: De Agostini / Getty Images).
hours. This watch without dial from the cathedral in Salisbury, England, was built in 1386. (Photo: Hulton Archive / Getty Images).
The daily newspaper published the longest time, this Wiener Zeitung - the official newspaper of the Austrian authorities, which began publication in 1703 and is still very popular. (Photo: Florence / Alinari).
The oldest tattoo. Age found in 1991, the mummified body, called "ice man" or Ötzim, estimated to be about 5300 years old. On his skin 57 tattoos found. (Photo: GERHARD HINTERLEITNER / AFP).
The oldest person ever was Jeanne Louise Kalman, born February 21, 1875 and died August 4, 1997 at the age of 122 years and 164 days. (Photo: AP PHOTO / Georges Gobet).
The oldest globe or "Erdapfel", the name of which directly translates as "earth apple", was created in 1492 by the German scholar and cosmographer Martin Behaim. On this globe we find North and South America, which were discovered only a few years later. (Photo: AP Photo / Chitose Suzuki).
The oldest person to climb Mount Everest, is Japanese Yuichiro Miura. At the time of the conquest of the mountain peak he was 80 years and 223 days. (Photo: PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP).
The old car. Built in 1884, La Marquise, is the oldest car in the world. Four-car, equipped with a steam engine, it was produced by the French company De Dion-Bouton. (Photo: REX / Solent News & Photo Agency).
The oldest man, who conquered the highest peaks on each continent of the world - is the Japanese Takao Arayyama. The most recent of them, Kilimanjaro, he climbed in February 2010 at the age of 74 years and 138 days. (Photo: AP Photo / Binod Joshi).
The oldest active intelligence agency - it is British Secret Intelligence Service, also known as MI6 (Military Intelligence 6), which started its activities in October 1909. (Photo: AP Photo / Alastair Grant).
old varieties of wine. Commandaria - sweet dessert wine from Cyprus, made probably in 2000 BC. (Photo: REX / Ros Drinkwater).
The oldest lake on Earth - is Baikal. It was formed as a result of tectonic faults around 20-25 million years ago. Did you know that Lake Baikal is constantly expanding to 2 centimeters per year on average. (Photo: AP Photo / Olympictorch2014.com).
The oldest race on the balloons. Gordon Bennett Cup was first held in 1906 in Paris and still remains one of the most prestigious races on the balloons. (Photo: Stiehr / Getty Images).
The oldest wreck - it Uluburun shipwreck discovered in the Mediterranean Sea, which dates from about 1300 BC. (Photo: Borut Furlan / Getty Images)
The oldest actress in a leading role - is Lillian Gish, who starred in the movie "The Whales of August" at the age of 93 years. (Photo: Jeff Goode / Toronto Star)
The oldest operating post office in the world. Founded in 1712, the post office in the Scottish town of Sanquhar works to this day. (Photo by: DAVID MOIR / Reuters).
The oldest actress, awarded an Oscar film award. Jessica Tandy was 80 years and 295 days when she won the "Oscar" for her role in "Driving Miss Daisy" in 1990. (Photo: AP Photo / Doug Pizac).
The oldest carpet in the world. Pazyryk carpet - the oldest surviving carpet in the world was made, probably on the territory under the influence of ancient Persia, approximately, in the V century BC. This carpet was found in the Altai and is now in the Hermitage. (Photo: Schreiber).
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