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A simple experiment which shows the power of heat.
The efforts of previous Bourbon kings to strengthen the French monarchy paved the way for the most powerful ruler in French history – Louis XIV.
One third of the continents is covered with desert. Today, desertification is a growing problem.
This experiment shows how to make a home made compass.
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.
So many cultures, so many customs. Let’s take a look at what an Arab house used to look like prior to the 20th century.
Now a museum, it used to be one of the most famous places of worship in the world, first for Christianity, then for Islam.
Among the climate zones with the greatest extremes, the taiga only formed in the Northern hemisphere. The scenery is breathtaking, and the population is scarce.
Water is one of the most important substances on Earth. Let’s take a look at its characteristics!
Lift a bottle full of rice using a few skewers.
Transport planning that involves two distinct parts of a major city is no mean feat. Especially when those two parts are on two different continents!
It is the most beautiful forest plant, one which we come across during outings. Let’s take a closer look at the characteristics of this plant.
The landscape is quite picturesque. Mountains and lakes as far as the eye can see. Location: The Southeastern corner of Bavaria. Adolf Hitler’s secret...
Let's find out what is inside a bag of potato crisps!
All around the world, Gandhi’s character symbolizes the peaceful struggle for freedom and human rights.
The Judo is a type of Japanese martial art, which is characterised by throws, leg techniques and ground fighting.
Fencing is a sport in which two competitors fight using slender swords, winning points by making contact with their opponent.
Chess is without a doubt one of the oldest and most popular games. There are a number of legends of its origins.
The 1936 Summer Olympics were held in Berlin, the capital of Germany.
Disaster tourism is the act of traveling to a disaster area as a matter of curiosity.