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      Geography & Travel

      Planet Earth contains some extraordinarily diverse environments, some of which are easily habitable and some not so much. In different areas of Earth, one might find sweltering deserts, dense tropical rainforests, or bone-chilling tundras. Each biome and habitat comes with its own selection of flora and fauna, and it may include physical features such as canyons, volcanoes, rivers, or caves. Human beings have built homes in many different environments, settling the area and organizing it into units such as cities, states, regions, and countries, each with its own points of interest. Shifting trends in human migration have resulted in a human geography that is profoundly different from that of centuries ago.
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      8 Hotly Disputed Borders of the World
      Somaliland, the Korean peninsula, Western Sahara—all of these places are home to some of the most hotly disputed borders...
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      38th Parallel. Korean War. demilitarized zone (DMZ). Crossing the 38th parallel. United Nations forces withdraw from Pyongyang, the North Korean capital. They recrossed the 38th parallel, 1950. The DMZ was created July 27, 1953 at P'anmunjom.
      What Is Known (and Not Known) About the Bermuda Triangle
      People have been trying to solve the “mystery” of the Bermuda Triangle for years. Here’s what we know (and don’t know) about...
      Companion / Geography & Travel
      Big Sur. Pacific Ocean. Waves. Beach. Point Sur on the Pacific coastline near Big Sur, California.
      Why New York Is Called "The Big Apple" and How 8 Other Famous Cities Got Their Nicknames
      What’s so apple-y about New York, anyway?
      #WTFact / Geography & Travel
      Sydney Opera House, Port Jackson, Sydney Harbour, New South Wales, Australia.
      What Is the Difference Between South America and Latin America?
      Not all of South America is Latin America and vice versa.
      Demystified / Geography & Travel
      South America map
      Geography
      Geography, the study of the diverse environments, places, and spaces of Earth’s surface and their interactions. It seeks...
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      camel; Pyramids of Giza
      African Americans
      African Americans, one of the largest of the many ethnic groups in the United States. African Americans are mainly of African...
      Encyclopedia / Geography & Travel
      Barack Obama: 2008 election night rally
      South America
      South America, fourth largest of the world’s continents. It is the southern portion of the landmass generally referred to...
      Encyclopedia / Geography & Travel
      South America
      Indo-Aryan languages
      Indo-Aryan languages, subgroup of the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European language family. In the early 21st century,...
      Encyclopedia / Geography & Travel
      Devanagari script

      Geography & Travel Quizzes

      Boat in River Ganga at sunrise, Varanasi, India. (Ganges; sunrise; sky; sky color; atmosphere; dawn)
      Passage Through India
      India is a big country. But what continent is it part of? And just how many time zones does it span? Test your knowledge...
      Chandigarh. Statuettes at the Rock Garden of Chandigarh a sculpture park in Chandigarh, India, also known as Nek Chand's Rock Garden. Created by Nek Chand Saini an Indian self taught artist. visionary artist, folk artist, environmental art
      Explore India Quiz
      Delhi lies on which river? How many countries border India? In what state is Bengaluru? Explore India’s vibrant geography...
      Jodhpur. Rajasthan. Jaswant Thada an architectural landmark in Jodhpur, India. A white marble memorial, built in 1899, by Sardar Singh in memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. Indian architecture
      Discover India
      Which city lies on the Ganges river? What is the capital of Goa? Sort out the facts in this quiz devoted to the capitals,...
      Island, New Caledonia.
      Islands and Archipelagos
      What are the islands of the Maldives made of? What is the world’s largest archipelago? Sort out the facts about islands across...
      Aerial view of island, part of reef formtion, South Pacific, shows water on all sides, smaller islands in background and one in foreground.
      Islands
      Lots of people love island getaways for their sun and sand. But there are more to islands than you might realize. Island...
      Flags of the world. National flags. Country flags. Hompepage blog 2009, history and society, geography and travel, explore discovery
      Countries of the World
      Which country claims "Waltzing Matilda" as their unofficial anthem? What country has the largest Muslim population? Sort...
      Flags of all countries of the world. Flags of the world. National flags. Country flags. Hompepage blog 2009, history and society, geography and travel, explore discovery
      The Country Quiz
      Can you name the country that boasts having the 10 coldest cities? Which country has no death penalty? Learn the answers...
      The flag of the European Union
      Passport to Europe
      Can you name the colors of the French flag? Where is the highest mountain in Europe? Pull out your passport and travel your...
      Euro dollars. Monetary unit and currency of the European Union.  (European money; monetary unit)
      Traveler’s Guide to Europe
      Where would you travel to to see the running of the bulls? What currency will you use in Russia? Sort out the facts as you...
      Front of a bullet train in the station in Zurich, Switzerland. High speed train. Hompepage blog 2009, geography and travel, science and technology passenger train transportation railroad
      A Visit to Europe
      Where can you catch a Real Madrid game? What is the capital of Sweden? Sort out the facts in this quiz about historic European...
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      Riyadh Cities & Towns
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      Ukraine Countries of the World
      Although there isn’t universal agreement on the question of what qualifies as a “country,” it is generally accepted that in order to be a country, a state must be a sovereign unit that has a permanent population, defined territorial boundaries, a government, and the ability to enter into agreements with other states. Even when these conditions are met, however, internationally recognized independence is not a given, and a territorial entity that declares itself to be an independent country is not always recognized as such by the rest of the world.
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      ancient Rome Historical Places
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      Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument Highways & Trails
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      Distribution of North American Plateau Indians Human Geography
      Since 1945 human geography has contained five main divisions. The first four—economic, social, cultural, and political—reflect both the main areas of contemporary life and the social science disciplines with which geographers interact (i.e., economics, sociology, anthropology, and political science and international relations, respectively); the fifth is historical geography.
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      Some of the pictorial signs used at the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles, Calif. Languages
      Language, a system of conventional spoken, manual, or written symbols by means of which human beings, as members of a social group and participants in its culture, express themselves. The functions of language include communication, the expression of identity, play, imaginative expression, and emotional release.
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      Mount St. Helens volcano Physical Geography of Land
      Earth’s geographic history has been one marked by significant overall change, with ice ages, continental drift, and other major disruptions ultimately shaping Earth's land into the landscape of mountain ranges, deserts, islands, and volcanoes that we see today.
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      Arctic. Greenland. North Pole. Political map: boundaries, cities. Includes locator. Physical Geography of Water
      Whether it's Lake Michigan, the Gulf of Panama, or the River Thames, bodies of water of all shapes and sizes can be found around the globe, and they play a critical role for human beings, who use such bodies of water as a source of drinking water, a means of transporting both goods and people themselves, or a place to engage in water sports, among a plethora of other possible uses. Additionally, many bodies of water provide striking scenes of natural beauty and house important marine ecosystems. Satiate your thirst for knowledge about Earth's oceans, lakes, seas, rivers, waterfalls, bays, and more.
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      Hiker in Sequoia National Park in the Sierra Nevada, east-central California. Nature Reserves & National Parks
      Nature reserves are areas set aside for the purpose of preserving and protecting plants and animals, particularly endangered species. National parks may effectively serve a similar purpose by shielding threatened species from hunters, but these parks can also be created for the purpose of public recreation, affording its visitors a chance to be immersed in a protected natural environment. Many national parks have been created in the last 100 years, including Yellowstone National Park, the oldest and probably the best-known national park in the United States.
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      Flag of Queensland States & Other Subdivisions
      Every nation has its own subdivisions to demarcate smaller political units within its territory. Counties, districts, oblasts, polis, nomos, unitary authorities, boroughs, and cities are all examples (among many others) of how land can be organized.
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      Northern Africa. Political/Physical map: regional, elevation. Geographic Regions
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      Big Ben Tourist Attractions
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