By collecting and analyzing information from numerous scientific journals, then from various organizations dealing with the collection of various data and archivists, from a number of newspapers and magazines, lists of the oldest known things in the world have appeared. In this case, the oldest does not refer to the first things that have arisen, but to the ones that have been the longest and still exist in some form today. These are the 7 oldest things on the planet!
Checkered pines, discovered on Belem Mountains in California, are the oldest tree on the planet. It is estimated that it is 5,067 years old.
“A Look at the Blizzard in Le Gras” Žižefa Nisefora Nijepsa is a photograph taken in 1826 or 1827. This is the oldest preserved photo, since Needs dropped the opportunity for an even older record.
Namely, he destroyed his first photograph of 1822, when he tried to excavate it.
The “Stiftskeller” restaurant was opened in the Salzburg city of Salzburg in 803. He is still in the same place today, within the Benedictine monastery of St. Peter’s Abbey.
The method of determining the age of the radioactive carbon method revealed that flasks made from bones, found in the cave Hole Fels in Germany, formed 41,000 years ago before our era. The bones from which they were made of mammoth.
He is still in the same place today, within the Benedictine monastery of St. Peter’s Abbey.
For something that at first glance thought a piece of coal, discovered at Oxfordshire in England, it was later found that it was, in fact, a piece of bread aged some 5,500 years, sparking the Neolithic era.
No, he is not an Egyptian. Mummy Chinhoro, found in Chile, is inspired by the period of 5,050 years before our era. People from the Chinhoro tribe lived in the desert Atakama, and had the habit of mumbling all their dead saplings!
The mummies, which managed to retain the preserved seven millennia, in recent years, however, began to turn into “black gelatinous mass”.
The discovery of the oldest shipwreck is relatively recent. Archeologists from the University of Ankara have discovered in 2014 in the Turkish port of Urla.
The remains of the ships found there are roughly 4,000 years old. And are much older than the harbor that was built in the 7th century BC!
These are the 7 oldest things on the planet!