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Geography
19 facts about Mount Vesuvius
The most dangerous volcano in Europe
Christopher Columbus
While acquiring a maritime practice, Columbus simultaneously educated himself by reading the writings of ancient and classical writers Strabo, Seneca, and Aristotle, as well as his humanist contemporaries.
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Animals
13 facts about Zebra mussel
Dreissena polymorpha
Bird of Paradise
Male birds of paradise often have special tail feathers that resemble swirling strings, wires, or a wide plume.
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Trevi Fountain
The fashion house Fendi sponsored the 2014 - 1015 restoration work.
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Geography
14 facts about Stromboli volcano
The volcano has been active for several thousand years.
Australia
The world’s longest fence is located in Australia.
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Animals
18 facts about Black-headed python
Aspidites melanocephalus
Animals
What's the difference between Salamanders and Lizards?
Very similar but completely different vertebrates
Sycamore maple tree
The sycamore maple is a melliferous plant.
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Clownfish
They are monogamic.
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Culture
38 facts about Mona Lisa
Probably the most recognizable painting in the world
Countries
47 facts about Cuba
El Caiman or El Cocodrilo
Glass frogs
Most of them are small with adults rarely exceeding 30 mm (1,2 in) body length.
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Cane toad
Despite their chemical warfare, cane toads have many predators.
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Mona Lisa
After a five-day exhibition at the Uffizi Gallery, the painting was taken to Rome to the Borghese Gallery and then to Milan to the Brera Gallery, from where it returned to Paris by train.
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Animals
15 facts about Yellow spotted lizard
Lepidophyma flavimaculatum
Pineapple
Pineapples contain a lot of fiber.
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Great Pyramid of Giza
It is believed that the architect of the pyramid of Cheops was Hemiunu.
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Michelangelo
When he achieved his first successes as a young boy, his father was only interested in whether money could be made from his work.
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Animals
What's the difference between Llamas and Alpacas?
Very similar and therefore often confused
American robin
While hunting, they rely mostly on vision.
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Red-necked wallaby
Red-necked wallabies can reach a weight of up to 26 kilograms.
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Plants
17 facts about California poppy
Eschscholzia californica
Liechtenstein
Liechtenstein's highest mountain is the Grauspitz, with an altitude of 2599 m.
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Biography
18 facts about John Sutter
An unfulfilled pioneer
Michelangelo
Lodovico felt that he was special because of his count connections.
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Animals
26 facts about Brittle stars
Also known as serpent stars, or ophiuroids
Animals
19 facts about Goblin shark
Mitsukurina owstoni
Biography
26 facts about Christopher Columbus
An Italian explorer in the service of the Spanish Crown
European wildcat
Wildcat inhabits mainly deciduous and mixed forests.
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Animals
20 facts about Leeches
Animals with unusual properties
Leeches
The cephalic segment of the leech is made up of a prostomium and four segments.
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Architecture
21 facts about Spanish Steps
One of the longest and widest staircases in Europe and one of the most famous in Rome
Santorini
The old Theotokaki church was built in the 10th century in the town of Pyrgos.
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John Sutter
In 1846 Sutter's Fort was overrun by United States Army.
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Countries
26 facts about Russia
A fascinating and mysterious land