Krakatoa Facts

Krakatoa is located in the Pacific Ring of Fire. It’s an active volcano with a history of eruptive activity. Krakatoa, … Read more

Manaslu Facts

Manaslu is a mountain in the Himalayas range of Nepal. The word “Manaslu” means “mountain of the spirit”. Manaslu is … Read more

Tilicho Lake Facts

Tilicho Lake is a high mountain lake located at an elevation of 4,919 meters (16,138 ft) above sea level on … Read more

Crater Lake Facts

Crater Lake is a national park in Oregon, United States. It was created by the collapse of the Mount Mazama … Read more

London Eye Facts

The London Eye is located in the capital city of England and is one of the world’s most recognizable icons. … Read more

Liberty Bell Facts

The Liberty Bell symbolizes American independence and democracy. The bell was originally commissioned in 1752 by the Pennsylvania Provincial Assembly to … Read more

Mount Rushmore Facts

Mount Rushmore is an impressive sculpture carved into the granite face of Mount Rushmore near Keystone, South Dakota. The brainchild … Read more

Mauna Loa Facts

Mauna Loa, meaning “Long Mountain” in Hawaiian, is Earth’s largest active volcano, standing 13,678 feet (4,169 meters) above sea level. … Read more

Mount Fuji Facts

Japanese parents teach their children that everyone should climb Mt. Fuji once, but only once. There is a saying that … Read more

Table Mountain Facts

The Table Mountain is one of the most iconic natural landscapes within South Africa. Table Mountain is also one of … Read more

Stonehenge Facts

Stonehenge, found in Wiltshire, England, is a prehistoric wonder of huge stones set in a ring formation. This mysterious stone … Read more