The Drowned City of Shicheng - Unique Places Around the World
Ever since being intentionally drowned in 1959, the Chinese city of Schicheng has been a popular site for scuba divers.
What is Cubism?
Cubism is an avant-garde (boundary pushing) art movement from the 20th century.
Does the World Have a Carrying Capacity?
A carrying capacity has been described as the number of organisms a region can support before environmental degradation begins to occur.
What is Novelty Architecture?
Novelty architecture refers to buildings with unusual shapes, or whose existence exists for the purpose of advertisement.
What Is A Hutong?
A hutong is a type of narrow alley unique to Beijing, and a popular must-see for tourists who visit the Chinese city.
The Deadliest Stampedes Of Recent Times
Over 2,000 people lost their lives in the 2015 Mina Stampede, one of the deadliest records ever.
The Largest Concerts Ever Organized
Oxygene in Moscow, a concert attended by an audience of 3,500,000, and featuring Jean-Michel Jarre, a French composer and performer, is the largest...
10 Amazing Facts About The Apollo 11 Moon Landing
Although the first moon landing was an amazing feat within itself, there is also a fascinating amount of trivia that surrounds the landing.
Countries With the Most McDonald's Restaurants
McDonald's was opened in California, United States in the 1950s and has expanded considerably throughout the globe ever since.
Animals Who Have Been Domesticated By Humans
Domestication refers to the influence that one species has over another (in this case humans).
The Youngest Cities in the United States
According to data provided by the Big Cities Health Coalition, these are the cities with the highest populations of residents under 18.
The Gillingham Fair Fire Disaster: A Firefighting Demonstration Gone Horribly Wrong
A firefighting demonstration turned into a real fire show that trapped and killed firemen participating in the demonstration during the Gillingham...
The Shiloh Baptist Church Stampede of 1902
A simple error in hearing led to a horrendous stampede that claimed the lives of many and created utter chaos and confusion in a church building.
The Story of Rochdale College - Canada's Experiment in Alternative Education
In the 1960s and 70s, Rochdale College was an experiment conducted in student-run alternative education in Toronto, Canada.
What is Urbex?
Urbex, short for urban exploration, is the exploration of abandoned ruins of the manmade environment.
Australia's Oldest European Settlements
Australia had been inhabited for thousands of years by Indigenous Australians before European contact.
What Is The Religious Composition Of Norway?
84.70 % of the population of Norway practice Christianity while a significant population (10.10 %) are not affiliated to any faith.
The Religious Composition Of Belgium
64.20 % of the population of Belgium practices Christianity while a significant section (29.00 %) of the population is not affiliated to any faith.
Countries With The Largest Bahá'i Populations
India is not only known to host the largest Hindu, Jain, and Sikh populations of the world, but the country is also home to the world's largest...