Rock Formations That Look Like People From Around The World
Each of these strikingly anthropomorphic geological features have proffered their surrounding areas international renown.
The Tallest Buildings In New York City
The 1,776 feet tall One World Trade Centre is the tallest building in the New York City.
The Most Notable Pyramids Of Egypt
Egyptian pyramids have always fascinated the world with their history, mystery, astounding architecture, and design.
Countries With Most Endangered World Heritage Sites
Syria and the Democratic Republic of Congo have the largest number of endangered UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Longest Train Service Routes In The World
The longest train service route runs for 9,289 kilometers between Moscow and Vladivostok in Russia.
The 10 Most Visited Attractions In The United Kingdom
The British Museum in London, a museum dedicated to art, culture, and human civilization, is the most visited site in UK.
The Seven Second Summits Of The World
Mount K2 of Asia, With An Elevation Of 28,251 Feet, Is The Tallest Second Summit Of The World
The Largest Cricket Grounds In The World
Though Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia is the largest in the world, India dominates the list with 8 entries.
15 Best Countries To Retire To
As per the International Living’s Annual Global Retirement Index, when your career is over Latin America and Southeast Asia appear to be ideal...
Lauca National Park Of Chile
Adjacent to the Bolivian border, Lauca sits in a region historically active with volcanoes.
Antartida Argentina is the portion of Antarctica controlled by Argentina in the province of Tierra del Fuego.
Olympic Mountains, Washington State, U.S.A.
The unique coniferous rainforests of the Olympic Mountains receive some of the highest precipitation in the U.S.
Countries With The Most UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Italy, China, Spain, and France have 51, 48, 44, and 41 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, respectively.
The Biggest National Forests In The United States
The United States are home to a number of massive protected National Forests, many of which are found west of the Mississippi.
The Tallest Statues In The United States
With a height of 151 feet, the world-famous Statue of Liberty is undeniably the tallest statue in the United States.
The Spotted Lake Of British Columbia
The mineral composition of the water of Spotted Lake gives it its iconic "spotted" appearance.
Rub al Khali, Empty Quarter Of The Arabian Desert
The Rub al Khali is the largest uninterrupted expanse of sand desert in the world.
Bruce Peninsula National Park Of Canada
Not far from Niagara Falls in southern Ontario, Bruce Peninsula is famous for its grottoes and wildlife.
Death Valley, California
The lowest and most environmentally severe desert in North America lies in the eastern portion of the U.S. state of California.