The story of how schoolmates lent a helping hand to a poor, little lame boy.
A common perennial plant inhabiting wetlands. You’ll find them in swampy hollows of meadows.
Basalt is the most common extrusive igneous rock, the colour of which ranges from grey to black.
A poor little boy went to the cobbler to have his shoes mended. In the end, the old man took pity on the child.
This magnificent Icelandic glacial river lagoon, a lake formed by the melting ice, is a sight to behold.
This plant originating from East Asia was used in folk medicine as early as 2000 years ago. It is also a decorative plant of gardens.
Curious little animal living in underground burrows in the African savannahs.
Juniper berries are used dried and crushed to flavour meats and sauces, as well as gin and some beers.
Subarctic climate regions are very close to the Arctic. Population is very sparse here, and vegetation consists only of some lichens and a few other plants.
Watch this video to learn about how the Viking settlers lived on the newly discovered island called Iceland.
Watch what the life in a small town in Iceland, the land of fire and ice, looks like.
Let’s watch what a sunset that lasts through the entire night looks like. There is no darkness between sunset and sunrise.
Let’s examine the building techniques that were developed in Nordic countries to protect against the cold.
The safest means of travel in the world is flying. However, accidents can happen even in the air sometimes. Fortunately plane crashes are rare.
An alternative source of energy used mainly for heating purposes; its exploitation is most economical in tectonically more active areas.
One spectacular result of volcanic activity at some hotspots is the eruption of water, steam and sulphur, discolouring the surrounding terrain, making it...
A glacier is a huge mass of ice accumulating over the years from snow and moving under the pressure of its own weight slowly downwards from higher ground.
Let’s watch a short video about hot water eruptions called geysers.
Banana production in Iceland is economical due to the fact that greenhouses are heated with cheap geothermal energy all year round.
Let’s take a short walk in Iceland’s biggest church called the Hallgrímskirkja.