The name of the lake comes from the Mongolian language and means "Lake of Nature".
It is located in Egypt on a plateau in Giza. It is part of the Memphis necropolis.
According to legend, in 709 CE the Archangel Michael appeared to the Bishop of Avranches, St. Aubert, asking him to build a shrine on a rock.
Due to a natural disaster, the facility was made available to Pakistanis for protection.
The surface of Phobos is covered with streaks and ditches approximately 30 meters deep, 200 meters wide, and up to 20 km long.
It is estimated that 1 in 500 narwhals has not one but two fangs.
The location of the supposed baptism of Jesus is recognized as a place of worship.
Lake Tanganyika belongs to the Congo Basin and is connected to it by Lukuga River.
In 1995, a television adaptation of "Pride and Prejudice" - a miniseries starring Jennifer Ehle and Colin Firth, was awarded an Emmy statuette.
Russians celebrate the New Year twice.
Athena’s counterpart in ancient Rome was Minerva.
We know very little about the seven years of Shakespeare’s life after 1585. This period is referred to as the “lost years.”
The plant was cultivated by the Aztecs in pre-Columbian times and was a staple food of Mesoamerican cultures.
About 40 thousand people die of alcohol poisoning in Russia every year.
Asia is located almost entirely in the Northern and Eastern Hemispheres.
The young hatch after 2,5 to 3,5 months of incubation.