The work of George Gordon Byron, the world-famous English poet, is lyrical and romantic, but at the same time, seems rather gloomy in places
Perhaps the most famous industrialist in history is Henry Ford, a genius entrepreneur who turned the world’s view of how plants and factories can work.
Seagulls can be seen all over the world - these birds live everywhere, occurring on all continents and most islands.
The world-famous composer Felix Mendelssohn is probably familiar to everyone, because he composed the most popular wedding march in the world. However
Newton’s Day is celebrated on January 4. It is the birthday of Sir Isaac Newton. It was on January 4, 1642 was born, an outstanding genius of science, the merits of which are simply priceless
Interesting facts about tsunamis The most common causes of tsunamis are underwater earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and landslides
For many years, farming was the major source of livelihood for the villagers of Asola-Fatehpur Beri in northern India
The famous French film actor Louis de Funès became incredibly famous thanks to a series of films with his participation.
“A grandfather is sitting, dressed in a hundred fur coats; he who undresses him, sheds tears”. The reason onions are so tearful is that of a special substance - lacrimator (lat. lacrima - tear)