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Facts About Lake Maracaibo

December 18, 2018

Lake Maracaibo is a gigantic lake in Venezuela. It is recognized as the only freshwater lake in the world that has a direct and natural connection with the sea. Here are some amazing facts about Lake Maracaibo. Largest lake in Latin America It is located in Zulia state of Venezuela and covers an area of […]

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Facts About The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Unbelievable Facts About The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

December 12, 2018

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is an accumulation of an estimated 80,000 metric tonnes of plastic in the Central North Pacific Ocean. Here are some unbelievable facts on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. First found in 1977 In July of 1977, Captain Charles J. Moore of USA was sailing 1,600 kilometers off the coast of […]

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The Great Chicago Fire Of 1871

Facts About The Great Chicago Fire Of 1871

December 11, 2018

The Great Fire of Chicago was one of the most devastating fires of the 19th century. It left 100,000 people homeless and changed the destiny of the Chicago city. Here are some unbelievable facts about the great Chicago fire of 1871. Chicago was a settlement with many wooden structures In the first half of the […]

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Facts About Lake Hillier

Pinktastic Facts About Lake Hillier

December 5, 2018

Australia is a unique continent that is full of surprises. Its flora and fauna are one of a kind like nowhere else in the world. Although many say that everything in Australia wants to kill you, its spectacular scenery and picturesque never cease to amaze us. Among these is a remarkable lake that is pink […]

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Fun Coca Cola Facts

Fun Coca Cola Facts

November 28, 2018

Enjoy these fun facts about coca cola, the world’s most famous beverage! The secret recipe Only a handful of employees know the formula for the drink. It is stored behind thick vault doors in the Coca Cola Museum in Atlanta. Sold all over the world Coca-Cola exists in every country in the world except in […]

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Facts About Mexican Independence Day

Facts About Mexican Independence Day

November 11, 2018

The Mexican War of Independence began at dawn on September 16, 1810, when Father Miguel Hidalgo gave the call “Grito de Dolores” and ended on September 27, 1821 (11 years later). During these years, happened countless anecdotes, stories, and legends. Read on to unravel the Mexican independence day facts, history, celebrations, parade and food, the […]

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Facts About Mount Vesuvius

Top 10 Facts About Mount Vesuvius

November 3, 2018

Mount Vesuvius is an active volcano located 9 kilometers east of modern Naples. It is known for its massive eruption in 79 A.D. when people didn’t even know what a volcano is. When it erupted in 79, it destroyed and buried under it the ancient city of Pompeii. Mount Vesuvius is the only active volcano […]

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Facts About Jenolan Caves

Facts About Jenolan Caves

November 2, 2018

Jenolan Caves are one of a kind caves located 175 kilometers west of Sydney, Australia. They are recognized as the world’s oldest open cave system. They are a part of the famous Blue Mountain Area. The caves have been a tourist destination for over 100 years. On today’s date, they attract about 250,000 visitors per […]

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Geographical Facts About Nepal

Geographical Facts About Nepal

November 2, 2018

Nepal is a favorite tourist destination with majestic Himalayan mountains, the essence of Buddhism, and serene, yet spellbinding sceneries. Check out these amazing geographical facts about Nepal. Numbers and data SURFACE: 147,200 square kilometers. POPULATION: 28.109.000 inhabitants (IMF 2014 estimates) CAPITAL: Kathmandu, with 10.8 million inhabitants. Nepal is a small country. It measures 800 kilometers […]

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Facts About Mars - the Roman God

Interesting Facts About Mars – the Roman God

October 30, 2018

Mars is the god of war as per the Roman mythology. He was an agricultural guardian. He was among the most prominent Roman gods, second only to Jupiter. Did you know that the term “Martial Arts” is derived from “Mars”? The god of war, Mars was identified as strong, clever, masculine, moody and vain. He […]

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