This animation presents the phenomenon of the twin paradox that results from Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity.
Here are a few interesting bits and pieces about the world’s most economical means of transport: the bicycle.
Living organisms are classified into various trophic levels based on the role they play in the food chain. This video presents these trophic levels.
Water is one of the most important substances on Earth. Let’s take a look at its characteristics!
Watch this video to find out what problems a metropolis has to face today.
This video presents the consequences of the Earth’s overpopulation, the antecedents of the phenomenon and the population figures of our day.
A film about the fruit at the heart of winemaking.
The alternation of day and night is caused by the Earth’s rotation around its axis.
Legend has it that a question arose among the citizens of Königsberg whether one could walk through the city crossing all the bridges only once.
John Harrison dedicated his entire life to perfect his chronometer.
The Pantheon is one of the most significant and best-preserved ancient Roman temples.
One of the most significant Christian religious features of medieval Europe was the monastic movement.
The Ancient Roman main square is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Eternal City.
Early Christian relics stand out as witnesses to the Christian death cult in the first millennium.
A glacier is a large body of ice in constant, slow motion down a hillside.
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Did Neanderthals go extinct or did the wise man force them out? Or perhaps they merged into other groups and still live among us? You’ll get some answers in...
An unbelievable story of a family that in the hope of a better life risked everything at the beginning of the 20th century.
The Sedlec Ossuary is one of the most unusual chapels of Europe.
This video presents the beginning of astronautics and the early years of the Space Race.