Illinois was the 21st state to join the United States of America on December 3, 1818. Illinois is the sixth most populous state with the capital being Springfield but Chicago being the center. Here are 15 amazing facts about Illinois.
Louisiana was the 18th state to join the USA on April 30, 1812. The state has been inhabited for over 9000 years and is rich in history. Because of its geographical, historical, and cultural interest, it's a place you certainly don't want to miss out on.
North Korea was founded in September 1948 with the help of the Soviet Union. North Korea is known for being shut off from the rest of the world - so here are 20 amazing facts that will give you a glimpse into life in this mysterious country.
Idaho, also known as "The Gem State" was the 43rd state to join the United States of America on July 3, 1890. The area has been inhabited for at least 15,000 years giving it a rich history. Here are 15 amazing facts all about it.
Maine, also known as “The Pine Tree State,” was the 23rd state to join the United States of America on March 15, 1820. Having been inhabited for more than 5,000 years, this little state is steeped with interesting facts. Here are 15 that'll spark your curiosity.
China is one of the world's biggest countries and is home to the world's largest population. Historically shut off from the rest of the world, this great country is opening up, and we get a glimpse into its rich and unique culture. Here are 20 crazy facts about China.
Delaware became the first state to join the United States of America on December 7, 1787 making it a very important place on the world map. Check out what makes “The First State” so special in these 15 fascinating facts all about Delaware.
Pennsylvania was the second state to join the United States of America way back on December 12, 1787. The state has a long rich history and has been inhabited for up to 19,000 years! Here are 15 amazing facts about Pennsylvania - The Keystone State.
Kansas was the 34th state to join the United States of America. It is officially nicknamed “The Sunflower State.” Europeans initially ignored these plainlands, but it wasn’t long before it was discovered the perfect place for agriculture. Here are 15 awesome facts all about Kansas.
The US State of Georgia is nicknamed “The Peach State” and “The Empire State of The South”. It was the 4th state to join the United States of America. Georgia has so many stories to tell. Let’s dig deeper with these 15 fun facts.
From ghouls and ghosts to spirits and freaky sounds, many of the hotels scattered across the US are riddled to the core with paranormal activity. So if you're interested in the fright of a lifetime why not stay at one of these five most haunted hotels in the US?
Arkansas was the 25th state to join the United States of America on June 15, 1836. It's nicknamed the "Natural State" but nature isn't all that it has going for it. Arkansas has so many amazing facts about here and here are 15 of the best!