Originally built as a 5-story bloc by the ruling Communist party, this complex has undergone certain, shall we say, "renovations" over the years. And by "renovations" I mean wholesale reconstruction.
She didn't mean anything by it. But while a 75-year old woman set out to collect scrap metal in the village of Ksani last week, by the time she got home she'd cut off internet service to both Georgia and Armenia.
Archaeologists found a 6,100-year-old "winemaking operation" in the same Armenian cave where they found a 5,500-year-old shoe. You know what that means? Humans have been making wine for 600 years longer than they have been wearing shoes!
This shoe is so old that when the Great Pyramid was built, it had already been sitting in a cave for 1,000 years. And it's so well preserved that you can see a toe-print inside.