Alaska was the 49th state to join the USA, and has a population of 710,000 people, making it the 48th most populous state. But what fun facts are there about Alaska? Find out here with these 15 amazing facts!
Unofficially nicknamed the “Yellowhammer State,” the “Cotton State,” and the “Heart of Dixie,” Alabama was the 22nd state to join the USA on December 14, 1819. However, there's more that's interesting about Alabama than just the hard facts!
Despite it being the most preserved archaeological site of the Inca Empire, there are no records of the purposes of Machu Picchu, due to the Inca language being only spoken, not written. So, what do we really know about Machu Picchu?
Kenya is among one of the most well-known countries in Africa. With hundreds of miles of coastline featuring stunning beaches, it’s no wonder tourism is on the rise. To fully appreciate this country, let’s check out these top 10 Facts about Kenya!
Nestled along the beautiful French Riviera on the Mediterranean Sea, the Monte-Carlo is dazzling everyone with its elegance and luxury. Along with France and its unique charm, Monaco is a top destination for celebrities, superstars and rich people.
What’s in a street name? Quite a lot actually... Here we have an extremely useful infographic that looks at the differences between roads, avenues, streets & lanes, along with some famous examples. You'll also learn more about unusual roads like crescents, courts & mews.
If you're a cat person, there's a place for you in Japan! In this unique country, they have not one, not even just two, but eleven islands dedicated to cats! Check out the story to these islands and maybe get inspired to book your trip there!
Canada is no doubt one of the world’s most likable countries! You may already know Canada for it for its array of wildlife , but there’s more to this country that you might not know. Here we have the top 50 facts about Canada.
Saint Lucia is an island located in the Caribbean Sea, and although thousands of people make it a destination for their vacations every year, the average person doesn't know a whole lot about this island. Here are 30 facts you didn't know!
The Statue of Liberty was a beacon of hope for immigrants who came to America and is now one of the most famous landmarks in the United States. There's an impressive history to this giant statue, so here are some educative facts on the Statue of Liberty!
Denmark is the hidden gem of Scandinavia. Although it is not as large as other countries in the region, this tiny country still has a lot to offer, along with a fascinating history! To further your knowledge on this small power, we have 15 facts about Denmark.
Even though Japan is roughly the same distance away from the U.S. as Europe is, it has a vastly different culture than any Westernized country. Many things are different, some for the better, and some for the worse. Decide yourself which of these facts you like on a cultural level!