Geography Facts

The highest nountain of the world?

The highest mountain in the world

The world's highest mountain has cost over 288 people's lives in their efforts to climb it over eight kilometers of high mountain. The accurate definition of the...
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The tallest building in the world

Burj al Khalifa: The tallest building in the world.   The world's tallest building raises over 800 meters in the air, but can be  overtaken soon. When the Empire...
daylight savings time-DST

Daylight savings time-DST-2014

What is Daylight Savings Time Originally introduced in 1784 by Benjamin Franklin, DST (Daylight Savings Time) is the time change that occurs in the Spring and Fall. In the Spring clocks are set one hour ahead,...

Why are some clouds dark in appearance?

A cloud is a visible mass of water (tiny water droplets and/or ice crystals) suspended in the atmosphere at a considerable altitude. Clouds are usually white in appearance whereas others can appear grayish an...
Mariana trench location

How deep is the Ocean?

The world's deepest point in the oceans is the Challenger Deep which is found within the Marianas Trench. The Marianas Trench is a depression (deep cracks) in the floor of the western Pacific Ocean. Marianas ...

What is the difference between an ocean and a sea?

Ocean and sea are two words that are used frequently and interchangeably (in writing and conversation) to mean the same thing: a continuous mass of seawater on the earth's surface. However, strictly speaking,...