The Natural History Museum or Naturhistorisches in Vienna, Austria, Europe.

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Fun facts about the history of the European countries are here to give you a more brief knowledge.

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Christopher Wren is a well-known English architect who helped to rebuild 52 churches in London after the Great Fire of 1666, including the St. Paul Cathedral.
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The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assumed to be the spark of World War I. He was murdered by Gavrilo Princip in 1914 during a motorcade parade.
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The treaty of Versailles is the most prominent peace treaty that set World War I to an end. The treaty was ordained in 1919 in Versailles to stop the state of war between Germany and the Allied powers.
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The Battle of Waterloo occurred in 1815 in Belgium. The French army, which was taken down by the Seventh Coalition, was following the command of Napoleon Bonaparte. This battle denoted the end of the Napoleonic Wars.
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King Louis XVI of France was the King that has been executed by guillotine during the French Revolution for committing treason in 1793.
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Leif Erikson is known to be the first explorer to set his foot on the continents of North America. Erikson established a settlement at Vinland, a part of North America, which is assumed to be Newfoundland.
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The french revolution began in 1789 by the french people who overthrew the idea of absolute monarchy and fighting for the principle of republics and liberal democracies.
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The ancient Olympic games are a set of athletic games celebrated by the Greeks in honor of Zeus. The first Olympics is dated 776 BC.
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In 1871, Otto von Bismarck became the first chancellor that supervised the unification of Germany until 1890. He was called the Iron Chancellor for his tight policy to consolidate all of Germany.
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Vladimir Lenin was appointed as the head of the Soviet Russian government. He is also the primary leader of the USSR and administration that led over Russia in 1917.
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