Mount Everest (8'848m) is the highest mountain on earth, named after the British land surveyor George Everest since 1856.
21 August 2020
Science research in the Antarctic is ideal for carrying out experiments because of its remoteness and thinly populated environment.
26 July 2020
The amazing rock-hewn churches are scattered in several clusters over an area of 50'000 square kilometers in the Tigray region of Ethiopia.
05 July 2020
The national tree of Colombia - the Quindío wax palm is the tallest recorded monocot in the world. It grows in the humid montane forests of the Cocora Valley in Colombia.
21 June 2020
Rapa Nui (or Easter Island) is a small island in the southeastern Pacific Ocean. This Chilean territory is a UNESCO world heritage site due to the thousands of monumental statues.
04 June 2020
For the most part, the Altiplano is located in the Bolivian Andes - It is one of the most extensive areas of high plateau on Earth.
29 May 2020