June is the 6th month of the Gregorian calendar. It represents the longest days of sunlight for those in the northern hemisphere and the shortest for those in the southern hemisphere. Let’s delve deeper and see what makes June so special with these 20 juicy facts.
Sir Winston Churchill often voted Top Briton of all time led the country from its darkest days into its finest hour during World War II, but how much do you know about him? Let's find out in these 10 awesome facts about Winston Churchill.
Arizona, home to the Grand Canyon, is the 48th State of America. With a population of 7.2 million people it is the 14th most populous state. Find out more through these 15 astonishing facts about Arizona.
Like any month, May has its share of exciting events and historical happenings! Interestingly enough, a President has never died in the month of May. Find out more unique facts about the fifth month of they year!
Morocco is a country roughly the same size as California. It has close relations to Europe as its north coast looks onto Spain. Having been ruled by France, Romans and Arabs this country is steeped in history. Here are 17 facts to get you started.
eBay has been around since 1995 and has completely changed the way the world sell and auction their unwanted goods. But how did it become so popular? Let’s take a look at that and more in these 10 amazing facts all about eBay.
Amsterdam is full of timeless architecture, stunning waterfronts, lush green parks, culture, museums, amazing food and a great night life. Here we look at some interesting facts about this beautiful city.
April is the fourth month of the Gregorian calendar. Like all other months, April has lots of fun interesting facts, let's look at its origins, interesting observances, and some of significant points in history which all occurred in April.
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!
In 2010 the Colombian Army faced a pretty serious hostage crisis. Several groups of kidnapped soldiers were held hostage by armed guerrilla fighters of the Revolutionary Armed Forces. In order to inspire the spirits of the hostages, the government had to get a message to them... but how?
March is known for two major holidays – one to find candy, and the other to drink lots of beer! Certainly you can guess which events those are, but there’s a lot of other happenings going on in March. That, along with a rich history of course!
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!