A glacier is a large body of ice in constant, slow motion down a hillside.
A unique social and economic pattern called feudalism evolved in Western Europe during the Middle Ages.
Geothermal energy is environmentally friendly, safe and efficient; and thanks to modern technologies, its range of use is expanding.
Have you ever thought about how old trees might be? You can determine their age by counting their rings.
The lifestyle of the Icelandic people did not change significantly over the centuries.
Medieval knights were heavily armoured mounted warriors.
We can often observe spectacular atmospheric phenomena. Let's see how some of these are formed.
Charles V was the most influential and powerful ruler of the 16th century.
This is how you can create a small rocket using only a matchstick and aluminium foil.
The concept of a spherical Earth became more and more accepted during the 15th century, but Magellan’s expedition provided the first evidence.
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.
Coffee, Sachertorte, horse-drawn carriages and imperial splendour. Let's visit the city that was named the best place to live: Vienna.
Water is essential for life. In this video, we present a few bird species from among the wonderful fauna found by the water.
The appearance of snowdrops signals the arrival of spring. It is a protected species in many countries.
Characterised by the revival of past styles, historicism was the main architectural style of the 19th century.
The Cold War is on between the two superpowers. The only question is who gets to the surface of the Moon first?
The unique beauties of the karstic caves are called dripstones.
This video presents the beginning of astronautics and the early years of the Space Race.
In this film we explore the puzzling black holes. Join us in this incredible space ride!