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A Child's Geography

The Wibbly-Wobbly Bridge
Millennium Bridge has been fondly nicknamed the Wibbly-Wobbly Bridge by Londoners. Check out this video to learn how the Millennium Bridge received its unusual nickname: For Londoners, the humor surrounding the “Wibbly-Wobbly” Bridge continues...
Let’s watch the fun Dinant Bathtub Regalia event here:
The Netherlands: Working Windmills
Bog-shoeing in Estonia
The bog lands stretch as far as the eye can see. One can literally bog-shoe for days before coming out the other side, as you can see here: https://www....
Ice Hotel in Sweden
Ice Hotel is an actual hotel where you can sleep overnight in frosty sub-zero rooms carved from real ice. The fanciful rooms and sparkling ice sculptures captivate guests from all over the world. The artists who create this wintry palace will watch it...
Aurora Borealis in Sweden
An aurora happens when solar flares from the sun’s surface fling out into space at speeds of over a million miles per hour and crash into our earth’s atmosphere. The incredible part is that a layer of our atmosphere—the ionosphere—has been set in place...
Rune Stones in Sweden
In the early 20th century, many Swedish historical societies excavated the earth to restore these monoliths. Over 2,500 runestones have been recovered in just Sweden alone, and we’ll be able to see some of them up close, along with photos from the excavation...
The Vikings of Scandinavia
The Norwegians never forget their mighty Viking roots. They embrace their vibrant if violent, heritage. Here in the Land of the Midnight Sun, the Viking spirit lives on. You can learn more about the Viking empire by watching the video below, which I ...
A Ship in a Bottle
Aero looks like the type of tiny town you might find assembled in miniature form inside a bottle. In fact, this is where the ships-in-a-bottle were once made, and you can see hundreds of them for yourself in the Bottle Peter Museum: View several...
Flying Over Greenland
National Geographic put together a short film about icy, inaccessible Greenland. View some rare footage of this huge arctic island at the link below:
YouTube video of Lipizzaner horses
Punting on the River Cam
If you would like to try your hand at punting, a popular pastime in Cambridge, you can learn how here:
The Welsh Language
Listen to the locals as they speak of their beloved Wales in their own tongue: The “w” in Welsh is actually a long vowel, which sounds like an English double-o as in “pool”, but the double-L is unlike any sound we use in the English language...
The Longest Name
The town that holds the record for the longest name anywhere in the world is in north Wales. Its name is Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch. Let’s hear how the people of Wales pronounce it: Now, it’s your turn to try to...
The Music of Ireland
You can’t help but smile when you hear the unmistakably Irish melodies floating through the air. In this video, you can see some Irish step dancing as well as listen to some traditional Irish music played in Galway. The last third of the video is of ...
The Cliffs of Moher
Kara and Nate, American travelers who host a popular YouTube show, have invited us along to hike the Cliffs of Moher with them and their drone. The scenery is spectacular, and their cheerful company is delightful. Let’s join them here:
Geyser in Iceland
Geysers, which are springs of water pushed turbulently into the air at regular intervals, are a rare phenomenon that occur only in a few places on earth and generally near active volcanic sites. Iceland has many geysers, one named Geysir, from which ...
A Child's Geography: Explore the Holy Land
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A Child's Geography: Explore Medieval Kingdoms
A Child's Geography: Explore Medieval Kingdoms Thank you for your purchase of A Child’s Geography: Explore Medieval Kingdoms. To download, simply click on the button and save to your computer. You may want to create a special folder entitled “A Child...
Globalmania
Master World Geography in 7 Months or Less! Looking for an Easy and Effective way for your students to learn world geography? Look no further… In an effort to rid the world of geographaphobia, we are pleased to offer our very popular ebook titled GLOBALMANIA...
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