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- Landmarks 2013-05-06 07:00
On 6th of May, 1889, the Eiffel Tower was opened. Soon it became both a global icon of France and one of the most recognizable structures in the world. How about the others?
In today's Landmarks Crossword you will have to name several countries, having photos of famous landmarks as clues. Easy job.
- US Presidents 2013-04-30 07:00
On 30th of April 1789, George Washington became the first president of United States of America. Since then, there were Adams, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe… Can you name all of them? Or, even more interestingly, can you recognize their faces? You may test yourself with today's special US Presidents crossword.
- Inventors' Day 2013-02-11 08:00
In recognition of the enormous contribution inventors make to the nation and the world, the US Congress has designated February 11, the anniversary of the birth of the inventor Thomas Alva Edison, who held over 1,000 patents, as National Inventors' Day.
Today we prepared very special crossword: each clue is a name of invention or discovery, and you must name a person behind it. Have fun!
- Mozart's Birthday 2013-01-27 08:00
With today's special crossword, we wish to commemorate all the great composers of classical music. Do you know who composed La Traviata, Moonlight Sonata or Carmen? Now you may test your knowledge. Each clue in the crossword is a title of masterpiece, and you have to name the composer.
- Languages Crossword 2012-12-15 08:00
Today is Esperanto Day - the birthday of Esperanto creator L.L. Zamenhof. The history of celebrating Esperanto on Zamenhof's birthday can be traced back to his birthday party for his 19th birthday on 17 December 1878, where he presented to his friends his Lingwe uniwersala, the first version of his international language.
We encourage you to take a look at the Tower of Babel we live in, by solving today's Languages Crossword.
- Eponyms 2012-11-08 08:00
Edmond Halley was born on 8 November 1656. He is best known for computing the orbit of the eponymous Halley's comet, the only short-period comet that is clearly visible to the naked eye.
Sometimes you don't even know that the word you commonly use is an eponym. Please take a look at today's Eponyms Crossword . It's simply fair to remember Rudolf Diesel, Henry Shrapnel, Samuel Colt or Jacuzzi brothers.
- Hit Parade 2012-10-05 07:00
"Love Me Do" was The Beatles' first single, released on 5 October 1962. The Beatles are the best-selling band in history, and have held the top spot in charts longer than any other musical act.
Today we present a crossword called "Hit Parade". It is quite unusual: all the clues are song titles, and you have to figure out the artist. Don't worry, we used only the top hits, so the task is really not that difficult.