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Published on 2019-07-02
Where is the Tallest Waterfall in the World?The world's tallest waterfall is the 2,313-foot Angel Falls in Venezuela.
Published on 2019-06-19
The Seven Wonders of the WorldThe Seven Wonders of the World are: the Great Wall of China, Christ the Redeemer Statue, Machu Picchu, Chichen Itza, the Roman Colosseum, Taj Mahal, Petra.
Published on 2019-06-03
What Does an Urban Planner Do?An urban planner develops strategies for the use of land to accommodate growth, create communities, and revitalize facilities in cities, towns, and other urban environments.
Published on 2019-05-31
What is the Study of Geography?Geography is the study of the environment, physical features, and how they relate to people.
Published on 2019-05-16
Where is the Punjab? Who are the Punjabi People?The Punjabi people are closely connected to the Punjab region of India and Pakistan.
Published on 2019-05-06
Is Canada Bigger Than the United States?Canada is a larger country than the United States.
Published on 2019-04-15
Is the United States Bigger Than the European Union?By physical land area, the United States is bigger geographically than the European Union.
Published on 2019-04-02
Countries of Asia by Land AreaWith an area of 17,125,200 square km, Russia is Asia's largest country while Maldives with an area of 300 square km, is the smallest country in the continent.
Published on 2019-04-01
Flags With Gold, Black, and RedOf the 195 countries, only three countries have gold (yellow), black, and white color combination flags. However, several regions, cities, towns, and counties also have flags with three color combinations.
Published on 2019-03-28
Countries With the Highest High School Graduate RatesSome of the countries with the highest high school graduation rates in the world include South Korea, Georgia, Japan, and Croatia.
Published on 2019-03-22
Flags With Gold and BlackThere are no countries that have a flag that is completely made up of black and gold. However, there are some flags that represent smaller states and cities.
Published on 2019-03-18