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How is honey made?

Honey is a type of food produced by bees that people have been consuming for thousands of years.

Villages

Villages are localities with relatively small populations and only local administrative powers.

The apple tree

The apple is the best-known fruit and indeed one of the most popular fruits in the world.

Women in the Middle Ages

Medieval women contributed to all aspects of families’ livelihood, in addition to doing the lion’s share of domestic chores.

The magic square

Magic squares were known as far back as ancient times. Their special properties evoked fear in ordinary people. Many cultures even attributed magic powers...

Firsts in the history of the modern Olympic Games

There are plenty of exciting, interesting stories about the modern Olympic Games.

Medieval Universities

Learn more about the universities in the Middle Ages.

The population of the Earth in 2150

We are witnessing a rapid increase in the world’s population. It will reach 8 billion within just a few years and it will not stop there.

Suburbanisation

A gradual outflow of residents from the centre of the city towards the surrounding areas.

The World of Bees

Honey bees fly from flower to flower, harvesting nectar and pollen to take them back to the colony.

The structure of the economy

People do a wide range of jobs every day. But is there a way to categorise all these jobs?

Mosses

Mosses are land plants, but most of them prefer moist habitats.

Population pyramid

The population pyramid is a representation of the age and gender composition of a given country.

Proof of evolution on our body

We can find direct proof of Darwinian evolution in our environment or even on our own body.

The development of the global economy

The current global economy has evolved from private enterprise.

Republic of South Africa - A country of diversity

This video presents the diversity of the southernmost country in Africa.

The formation of fog

Fog is a type of cloud that forms close to the surface of the Earth. There are places on the planet that are shrouded in fog during most of the year.

The Story of the Suez Canal

The brief history of constructing the canal from the age of the pharaohs to the present days.

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