The Colossus of Rhodes, Lighthouse of Alexandria, Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, Temple of Artemis, Statue of Zeus and Hanging Gardens of Babylon are among the orginal Seven Wonders of the World, but none of them exist any more. The only one that remains is the oldest of them all, the Great Pyramid of Giza.
Why is the area of Paris known as the Left Bank, or Rive Gauche in French, if it is on the south side of the Seine River? It’s because when you look downstream, it is on the left side .
According to Zip Line Rider the longest zip line in the world is The Eye of the Jaguar in Peru’s Sacred Valley, about 45 minutes north of Cusco. The line is an eye-popping 2,130 metres long.
The world’s longest border lies between Canada and the U.S. Its length is 8,891 kilometres, including 2,475 kilometres shared with Alaska.
The Blue Flag is a voluntary eco-label awarded to more than 4,000 beaches around the world that meet strict environmental, water quality and safety standards. The countries with the most blue-flag beachs are Spain, Turkey and Greece.