The lakeside is the natural habitat for a number of species. Here you can find duckweed, reed and cane, too. A bit further away the floodplain forest begins.
The most useful way to reduce mountains of waste is waste separation.
Coal is one of the most widely used energy sources. Its heating value is high; however, its exploitation is becoming increasingly problematic in Europe.
When the essential oil from the peel touches the candle flame, it burns and creates a ball of fire.
Almost every corner and building of the Italian capital is a reminder of historic events which you have certainly heard about.
The largest species of lizard that lives in isolation. Even a single bite of it can be fatal.
Horseshoes are mystical objects; they are thought to bring luck. Watch how the ancient profession of farriers is still practised today.
Waves play an important role in forming the coast.
Why did World War One break out? Who faced each other on the battlefields?
Who were the winners and losers of World War I? Among other things, this video sheds some light on that, too.
In this experiment we prove that it is possible to cut a bottle with just a string.
A bicycle light can be used with not only batteries, but it can be operated with our own muscle power as well. Let's see exactly how it works.
A synagogue is a Jewish house of worship. Our video presents the Dohány Street Synagogue, located in Budapest, Hungary. It is the largest synagogue in Europe.
The decisive factor that determines the climate zones of mountains is the altitude above sea level.
A typical animal of the Andes kept as a beast of burden as well as for its meat and wool.
This prosimian is an excellent example for a species' evolution in geographical isolation.Lemur means 'ghost' in Latin.
In this video we present why some of the well-known animal species were domesticated.
This plant in the family of Polygonaceae originates from Asia. Its name means “the root of Barbarians”. In many places it is grown as a vegetable, too.
Zither is a plucked string instrument. Its variations are common in Scandinavia and the Far East.
A popular decorative plant grown to cover porches and climb up walls of buildings.