The largest species of eagle that has ever existed is an extinct Haast’s eagle, endemic to New Zealand.
Shakespeare’s works were published seven years after the poet’s death in 1623 under the title “Mr. William Shakespeare Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies.” The contemporary title of the first collection is “First Folio.”
Sri Lanka is the oldest democracy in Asia.
It’s named after a Greek deity.
Chocolate is a high-calorie product.
It is the first of the Abrahamic religions.
The opening of the Colosseum was inaugurated by 100-day games, initiated by Emperor Titus Caesar Vespasianus.
Eridu is considered the first city founded by the Sumer.
It is also used for the transportation of various materials, such as copper, coffee, cotton, and sugar.
In 1950, Louis Nichilo designed a gold lipstick container in the Leaning Tower's shape.
The population of the city was about 1,000 people, although it is recently assumed that it never exceeded 500 people.
The oil extracted from lemon balm has many uses.
The largest specimen of the cane toad was 39 cm (15,4 in) long.
Argentina is home to animals typical for South America: llamas, jaguars, monkeys, armadillos, toucans, hummingbirds, nandu, parrots, and Patagonian sea lions that live along the coast, and sea lions, that live in the Mar del Plata area.
The Gobi is located in northern China and southern Mongolia.
Germans produce more than 5,000 kinds of beer in more than 1,300 breweries.
Lake Huron formed due to glacier retreat in the last ice age.
The movie"Troy", which premiered in 2004, is an adaptation of the "Iliad".
The 45th parallel, the so-called Suncanik, runs through the town of Senj.