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Crab Nebula

The Crab Nebula is categorized as a supernova remnant. It is believed to be created after the explosion of a large star while it was at the end of its lifespan. This...

Crab Nebula

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Mount Etna

Mount Etna is the largest active volcano in Europe and also one of the most frequently erupting volcanoes in the world. It is located on the east coast of Sicily,

Mount Etna

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Danube River

The Danube River is the second longest river in the Europe with a length of approximately 1,785 miles. It is also a major water source in Europe. It originates in Germany’s Black Forest at the intersection point of the Breg and Brigach Rivers and travels across Western

Danube River

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Mount Manaslu

Mount Manaslu is the eighth highest mountain in the world measuring 8,156 meters. It offers a unique opportunity to experience a reasonably untouched region of Nepal. It is...

Mount Manaslu

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Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday falls on the Sunday before Easter every year. It is also the sixth Sunday and final day of Lent. This Christian holiday is all about peace and salvation. The day is basically observed to mark the occasion when Jesus rode on a donkey and entered Jerusalem. It is called Palm Sunday...

Palm Sunday

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Earth Day

The first ever earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970. In that celebration, over 20 million people gathered in the streets of the US and protested the industrial revolution. It was focused on protesting against an oil spill off the coast of California. This day originated in the

Earth Day

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Chaparral Biome

Chaparral Biome is characterized as very hot and dry. It is a part of each continent and consists of various types of terrain including mountains and plains. It is sometimes confused with the desert biome but both are totally...

Chaparral Biome

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Biofuel Facts

Biofuel can be defined as any type of fuel which gets the energy from the process of biological carbon fixation. This process takes place in living organisms. It is a non-

Biofuel Facts

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Gulf of California

The Gulf of California is located between the Mexican mainland and the Baja California Peninsula. The length of the gulf is about 750 miles and its average width is 95 miles. It is also known as the Sea of Cortez. The entire gulf covers an area of 62,000 square miles. It supports an...

Gulf of California

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La Sagrada Familia

La Sagrada Familia is a Roman Catholic Church which is located in Barcelona, Spain. It is no longer a cathedral and in 2010, it was declared as a basilica by Pope Benedict XVI. It is also home to the tomb of Antoni Gaudi, who was the...

La Sagrada Familia

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Snowdonia National Park

Snowdonia National Park is the third largest national park in Britain. It covers an area of about 823 square miles. It is also home to Mount Snowdown which is the highest mountain in England and Wales. There are 89 other

Snowdonia National Park

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Lake Tanganyika

Lake Tanganyika is the longest freshwater lake in the world with a length of 410 miles. It has an average width of 31 miles. This African Great Lake lies in the Great Rift Valley and is divided among four countries which are Burundi,...

Lake Tanganyika

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Pantheon Facts

The Pantheon is one of the most iconic structures of Rome, Italy. It is actually a Christian church and is the best-preserved ancient Roman building. It is the single largest concrete dome in the entire world and it is not even...

Pantheon Facts

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Shanghai Tower

Shanghai Tower is the tallest building in China and the second tallest in the world with the total height of 632 meters. This skyscraper has 128 stories and a total floor area of about 380,000 square meters. This building also has...

Shanghai Tower

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Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is a part of the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. It is the world’s first international peace park which was formed to celebrate peace and friendship between the United States...

Glacier National Park

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The Alps

The Alps are the highest and the most extensive mountain range system in Europe. It is also the youngest and most densely populated mountain range on the continent being about 65 million years ago. It was formed when the African crustal plate shifted into Europe. This mountain range...

The Alps

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Caspian Sea

The Caspian Sea is the largest enclosed inland water body on earth by area. It has a surface area of 371 ,000 square kilometers. It holds a total water volume of about 78,200 cubic kilometers. It has no access to...

Caspian Sea

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White Sea

The White Sea is an almost landlocked part of the extended Arctic Ocean. It covers a total area of approximately 35,000 square miles. It is also one of the smallest seas in Russia. It is located to the south of the...

White Sea

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Loktak Lake

Loktak Lake is the world’s only floating freshwater lake. It is located about 53 kilometers from Imphal, India. It is also the largest freshwater lake in northeast India. This

Loktak Lake

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Lunar Eclipse

A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon is opposite the Sun, the earth is in between and casts its shadow on the moon. It only occurs during a Full Moon but not every...

Lunar Eclipse

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Bay of Fundy

The Bay of Fundy is world famous because it has the world’s highest tidal range. It is located between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia on Canada's east coast. The Spring tides are the highest but they do not occur in spring as their...

Bay of Fundy

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Sunspots – Our Solar System

A sunspot can be defined as a dark and irregularly shape on the surface of the Sun. The temperature of these spots is usually lower than the surrounding photosphere. The photosphere has a temperature of 5,800 degrees, Kelvin and Sunspots have...

Sunspots – Our Solar System

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Apo Reef

Apo Reef is a series of coral reefs that spreads over an area of 34 square kilometers which makes it the second largest contiguous coral reef system in the world and largest in the Philippines. It is located within the waters...

Apo Reef

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Caribbean Sea

The Caribbean Sea is a part of the Atlantic Ocean in the tropics of the Western Hemisphere. It covers an area of about 2,754,000 square kilometers which makes it one of the largest seas in the world. Its average...

Caribbean Sea

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Rialto Bridge

Rialto Bridge is the oldest of all four bridges across the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. This 3800 meters long canal makes a large reverse S shape. The construction of the bridge began in 1588 and completed in 1591. It took about 3...

Rialto Bridge

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