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The oldest advertisement in the world found in Thebes, Egypt | Did you know...

Today advertising pervades our lives. The media and new technologies make it impossible to escape. Anywhere in the world we are subjected to an "uncontrolled pressure" to buy and consume. There are people who...
Chimborazo

The mountain with the farthest distance from the center of the Earth

Did you know that the mountain with the farthest distance from the center of the Earth is not the Everest? Even though the highest mountain on the planet earth is Everest, 8848m above sea level,...
Blackbird

An Italian legend| Days of the blackbird to predict the weather

These last January days and the already February ones we are living are, for many, accompanied by legends and traditions that could give us a clue about when this spring will arrive to our life. Will it be soon or...
Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse

The Incredible Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse Swallowed By The Dunes

Seeing a lighthouse surrounded by sand is quite unusual and seems strange. Usually they are surrounded by sea on a rocky promontory, on a remote island, left to inclement weather. However, this is not...
Emerald lake

Canada has most of the lakes in the world | Did you know that

Did you know that more than half of the world's lakes are in Canada? Around the world there are approximately 3 million lakes and 60% of these lakes are in Canada. The lakes are...
Aurora Borealis Polar

Polar Aurora | Searching Earth’s Magnetosphere

Did you know that the difference between aurora borealis and aurora australis is given by the hemisphere in which it occurs. Aurora (atmospheric phenomenon), is alight that occurs at high altitudes, usually above 60...
Riding on the Alps

What Happens to French Ski Chalets in the Summer?

Hundreds of thousands of people flock to French ski chalets during the winter months, but have you ever wondered what happens to them outside of ski season? Unlike the snow they don’t simply melt...
Quai d'Austerlitz

Strange buildings | The palace that bleeds at the Quai d’Austerlitz in Paris

Even without going down, just take the lines of 5 or 6 subways soon as you are on Seine and you cannot help but notice the palace, with red drops dripping down on its...