Which time period or era is the most interesting? (i.e., the Renaissance, Enlightenment, etc.)
I would kinda wanna live in the King Arthur Knights of the round table era. I am an old fashioned romanticist that way.
I would say the baroque music period. European classical, obviously.
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Now is the most interesting for me. When I sit and think what it would be like if my mom was here and I could tell her about the internet and being able to buy things or pay bills online. I can see her face. Technology changes daily...that to me is tremendously exciting and interesting.
Right now !!!
Look at what is going on in the world. This is a fascinating ...although frightening time to be alive. We are in a period of rapid change.
Most interesting is probably now. Back in time may not be as interesting because of the lack of news coverage and techonology. Cool things happened back then all over the world and the majority of people had no idea.
by tshering choden 7 years ago
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by Dave McClure 8 years ago
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by JosieLee 6 years ago
If you could travel back in time, what era would you visit?
by Der Meister 6 years ago
If you could pick a different era in time to visit, which one would you choose and why?
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