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Florence, the Renaissance city

Straddling the River Arno and spreading out through its valley, the city has a long history. Let’s go for a walk in this town that is so rich in art relics.

The developed North and the developing South

There is a huge gap between the socio-economic conditions of the northern and southern hemispheres. The reasons for this can be traced back to geographical...

Masada

Masada is an ancient fortification in the Southern District of Israel. This is one of Israel's most popular tourist attractions.

Hellenistic period: Alexandria

Alexander the Great founded a number of new cities as administrative centers in which Greek culture blended with Egyptian and Persian influences.

The Berlin Olympics

The 1936 Summer Olympics were held in Berlin, the capital of Germany.

Coke dispenser

Witness the power of coke and chewy dragees.

Home-made compass

This experiment shows how to make a home made compass.

Vanishing styrofoam

This is how you can make vanish any object made out of styrofoam.

The California kingsnake

The California kingsnake is one of the most popular species of pet reptiles. It was named after its habit to consume other snakes every now and then.

Desert

A desert is a barren area of land where little precipitation occurs and consequently living conditions are hostile for plant and animal life.

Eating healthy

The composition, operation and stamina of the human body and the way one feels greatly depend on diet. Let’s see how we can eat healthy every day.

Louis XIV

The efforts of previous Bourbon kings to strengthen the French monarchy paved the way for the most powerful ruler in French history – Louis XIV.

How high can we build?

What is the potential maximum height that a man-made building or structure can reach?

Clothing in Turkey

Women’s clothing varies from country to country in the Muslim world. Let’s take a look at the example of Turkey.

Adventurers in time

This animation presents the phenomenon of the twin paradox that results from Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity.

The king, the wise man and the chessboard

Chess is without a doubt one of the oldest and most popular games. There are a number of legends of its origins.

Renewable sources of energy

Who wouldn’t be familiar with solar-powered calculators or windmills? Let’s have a look at the most widespread sources of renewable energy on the planet.

Collapse of the USSR

The collapse of the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics (USSR) ended the Cold War and radically changed the world by 1991. Numerous reasons led to the end...

The Hagia Sophia

Now a museum, it used to be one of the most famous places of worship in the world, first for Christianity, then for Islam.

Rice in a bottle

Lift a bottle full of rice using a few skewers.

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