Ponyhenge: a Lincoln field, a herd of hobby horses, and an unsolved mystery!

On a small patch of deserted farmland in the town of Lincoln, in the US state of Massachusetts, broken-down rocking horses, plastic ponies and other assorted horse toys are scattered on the ground. Some are made of wood, some plastic with rusted springs and broken legs, weather-battered from years of harsh winters and scorching summers. As if by magic, ponies have been proliferating along this winding country road, resulting in the peculiar place know as “Ponyhenge”. The plastic and metal horses started arriving anonymously sometime in 2010, with the placement…

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#TodayInHistory – March 6

March 6 – Some Important Events on this day 1454 👉🏼 Thirteen Years’ War: Delegates of the Prussian Confederation pledge allegiance to Casimir IV of Poland, and the Polish king agrees to help in their struggle for independence from the Teutonic Knights. 1479 👉🏼 Treaty of Alcaçovas: Portugal gives the Canary Islands to Castile in exchange for claims in West Africa 🤝 1521 👉🏼 Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan discovers Guam 🇬🇺 1799 👉🏼 Napoleon Bonaparte captures the city of Jaffa, Palestine, after a 5 day siege, defeating the Ottoman Empire…

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