1.Lavender Fields, France In the summer months, the rolling lavender fields of Provence teem with bright purple blooms as far as the eyes can see. 2.Procida, Italy This tiny island is starcked with charming candy-colored houses set against the brilliant blue backdrop of the Mediterranean. 3. Lake Retba, Senegal Due to its high salt content, […]Read more "10 Most Colourful places on Earth"
1. Canada is the second largest country in the world, right after Russia. 2.Every Christmas, one million letters are addressed to Santa Claus at his own postal code: “H0H 0H0, North Pole, Canada.” 3. With 1,896 km (1,178 mi), the Yonge Street in Canada, is the longest streetin the world. 4. Canada has no weapons of […]Read more "10 Facts about Canada"
The United Kingdom is made up of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. It has a long history as a major player in international affairs and fulfils an important role in the EU, UN and Nato. QUICK FACTS: OFFICIAL NAME: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland FORM OF GOVERNMENT: Constitutional monarchy with parliamentary government […]Read more "The United Kingdom"
1.Russia is bigger than Pluto. 2.In Russia there are9 million more Women than men. 3.Russia and America are less than 4 km apart at the nearest point. 4. 20% of the world’sunfrozen fresh water is in a single lake: Russia’s Lake Baikal. 5. 77% of Russia is made up of Siberia 6.Japan and Russia still haven’t signed a peace treatyto end World […]Read more "10 Facts about Russia"
France is known the world over for its cuisine, fashion, culture and language. It is the most visited tourist destination in the world. QUICK FACTS: OFFICIAL NAME: French Republic FORM OF GOVERNMENT: Republic CAPITAL: Paris POPULATION: 66,259,012 OFFICIAL LANGUAGES: French PRESIDENT: Francois Hollande PRIME-MINISTER: Manuel Valls MONEY: Euro AREA: 210,026 square miles (543,965 square kilometers) MAJOR MOUNTAIN […]Read more "FRANCE"
1.Germany As one of the most popular study destinations in the world there are more international students in Germany than in any other country in the European Union (EU) besides the UK, and when you start looking at the facts it’s not hard to see why. Most universities are public and free to attend for […]Read more "Top 5 countries to study abroad"
A sparsely-populated North Atlantic island, Iceland is famous for its hot springs, geysers and active volcanoes. Lava fields cover much of the land and hot water is pumped from under the ground to supply much of the country’s heating. QUICK FACTS: OFFICIAL NAME: Republic of Iceland FORM OF GOVERNMENT: Constitutional republic CAPITAL: Reykjavík POPULATION: 317,000 […]Read more "Iceland"