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The Warriors of Xian | Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses

Did you know that the Terracotta Warriors were created in order represent the reality in a huge mausoleum? The Warriors of Xian The Terracotta Army or the "Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses" are part...
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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...

The city with the most bridges in the world is Hamburg| Did you know...

Köhlbrandbrücke If we ask for cities with more bridges in the world, surely we would think in Venice (Italy) and Amsterdam (Netherlands). But there is still a city that has more bridges than these two...
Sotano de las Golondrinas

Sotano de las golondrinas in Mexico | One of the most eccentric ways of...

Probably one of the most spectacular places to perform a free fall or a bungee jumping is in Mexico in the jungle of San Luis Potosi. A group of Texans ornithologists who were studying...
Towing an iceberg

Icebergs can be used as a source for drinking water ? | Did you...

Did you know that 70% of the planet's water is found in the polar caps? Every year millions of tons of melting ice are diluted in the seawater. For this reason, a project named...
Dubai fountain

The largest fountain in the world is in Dubai

Did you know that the largest fountain in the globe was built in Dubai? Opened in spring 2009, Dubai’s fountain can boast of being the world's largest in the city that also includes the...
Giant sequoia tree

The world’s tallest tree is 115 metres tall

Discovered in 2006 in northern California, the 115 meters giant sequoia tree has so far the record for the highest tree in the world. The pulled the name from the Greek mythology and nicknamed...
Dublin

Dublin’s needle is the world’s largest sculpture | Did you know that

The needle of Dublin (the Spire), officially called the "monument of light" as it changes color depending on how the sun shines, rises imposingly on O'Connell Street in Dublin. With 120 meters, stainless steel...

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