This video presents the causes and the solution of the Great Depression.
A possible sea route connecting the northern Atlantic and Pacific Oceans was sought for centuries. This video is about John Franklin’s tragic expedition.
America was discovered by several groups before the Europeans arrived, but was forgotten after. One thing is sure: Columbus was not the first one.
Coffee, Sachertorte, horse-drawn carriages and imperial splendour. Let's visit the city that was named the best place to live: Vienna.
The appearance of snowdrops signals the arrival of spring. It is a protected species in many countries.
This is how you can create a small rocket using only a matchstick and aluminium foil.
The destructive force of waves can create steep cliffs in certain coastal areas. Let’s see how this process works.
The Battle of Austerlitz was one of most significant battles in the Napoleonic wars in which the French Empire crushed the Austrian and Russian Empires in 1805.
Medieval knights were heavily armoured mounted warriors.
The lifestyle of the Icelandic people did not change significantly over the centuries.
Have you ever thought about how old trees might be? You can determine their age by counting their rings.
Geothermal energy is environmentally friendly, safe and efficient; and thanks to modern technologies, its range of use is expanding.
A unique social and economic pattern called feudalism evolved in Western Europe during the Middle Ages.
Ethylene, produced by the heating of polyethylene, changes the colour of bromine water.
Did you know that about 75% of the land on our planet is covered with sedimentary rock?
In the Middle Ages the Catholic Church had immense power not only over religious life, but also over politics.
There is a city on the border between Bavaria and Austria that attracts thousands of tourists every day with its vibrant atmosphere.
Is the tundra region as cold and deserted as many people think?
The area surrounding an inactive or extinct volcano is not necessarily calm. Let’s see the potential after-effects of once active volcanoes.
Rich in wonderful natural sights, Iceland is also called the 'land of ice and fire'. Its population is just slightly above 300,000.