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Series Length:2 Seasons, 31 Episodes
Schedule: Mondays at 9:00 pm on History Channel

Lost Worlds investigates the mysterious places of lost civilizations as well as secret cities from the military bases that brought us the atomic weapon to the over-grown cities of the Maya.

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Status: Returning Series
Rating: 7.7/10
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31 iTunes Episodes
  • An exploration into the ruins of a land known as Aphrodisia, an ancient Greek City located near Geyre, Turkey. The city is named after the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite.

  • Four hundred years ago Emperor Shah Jahan was the most powerful man in the world. The Taj Mahal, in Agra, India was built to honor his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died in childbirth. The Taj Mahal is one of the new Seven Wonders of the World and considered to be the finest example of Mughal architecture. 20,000 workers toiled to create an astounding feat of engineering, but what we see today is only a fraction of what was originally erected. Join a team of historical detectives as they search for clues to the original Taj Mahal and investigate the myth of a second Taj Mahal, built not in white but in black marble.

  • The world of the buccaneers who terrorized the Caribbean is explored through historical documents and archaeological artifacts.

  • Ivan the Terrible, Russia's first Tsar, led a brutal and unpredictable life. A renowned sadist, Ivan was the originator of Russia's secret police. He fortified walls to counter the advancing age of artillery, expanded the borders of his nation and built a new generation of Kremlins. Follow a team of historical detectives who use evidence from recent excavations, scientific studies and historical documents to piece together clues to what Ivan's Russia looked like. Computer graphics will allow viewers to fly over, enter the streets, walk through the halls and peer into the world of Russia's Terrible Tsar.

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