US Official: Russian Missiles Aimed At Syria Crash in Iran
Four Russian cruise missiles launched from warships in the Caspian Sea crashed in Iran, falling short of their targets in Syria, a U.S official confirmed to VOA. The official said there has been no in...
Basel
A little movie about Basel.
Swiss Architecture Museum
Through its program of temporary exhibitions and events, the S AM Swiss Architecture Museum (German: S AM Schweizerisches Architektur Museum) in Basel (Switzerland) contributes to international de...
US Official: Russian Missiles Aimed At Syria Crash in Iran
Four Russian cruise missiles launched from warships in the Caspian Sea crashed in Iran, falling short of their targets in Syria, a U.S official confirmed to VOA. The official said there has been no in...
Gombe Stream National Park
Gombe Stream National Park is located in western Kigoma Region, Tanzania, 10 miles (20 km) north of Kigoma, the capital of Kigoma Region. Established in 1968, Gombe is the smallest national par...
Gombe Stream National Park - Wikipedia
Piz Lad
Piz Lad is a mountain of the Sesvenna Range (Alps), located on the border between Italy and Switzerland. The tripoint between Austria, Italy and Switzerland (2,180 m) is located 800 m north of the sum...
Piz Lad - Wikipedia
Ectodini
Ectodini is a tribe of cichlids that are endemic to Lake Tanganyika in East Africa. They live in the benthic zone. Most of the genera in this tribe are monotypic.
Ectodini - Wikipedia
Starry sturgeon
The starry sturgeon, Acipenser stellatus, also known as stellate sturgeon or sevruga (Drakul, Persian: اوزون برون (ozu:n boru:n) and (Turkish) Uzun Burun (long nosed)), is a species of sturgeon. It i...
Starry sturgeon - Wikipedia
Persian sturgeon
The Persian sturgeon (Acipenser persicus) is a critically endangered species of sturgeon.
The Persian Sturgeon has an elongated, bulky body with a bluish tint. This type of sturgeon is endemic to...
Persian sturgeon - Wikipedia
SS Clement Hill
SS Clement Hill was a cargo and passenger Lake Victoria ferry in East Africa.Bow, McLachlan and Company of Paisley in Renfrewshire, Scotland built her for the Uganda Railway in 1905. She was a "knock ...
Tres Fronteras
Tres Fronteras (Portuguese: Três Fronteiras) is the Spanish name for an area of the Amazon Rainforest near the tripoint where the borders of Brazil, Peru, and Colombia meet. The area is noted for ...
Tres Fronteras - Wikipedia
Coregonus gutturosus
Coregonus gutturosus, the Lake Constance whitefish, is an extinct species of whitefish in the salmon family Salmonidae. It was formerly found only in deep areas of Lake Constance.It was a deep water w...
Coregonus gutturosus - Wikipedia
Roman Catholic Diocese of Basel
The Diocese of Basel (German: Bistum Basel; Latin: Dioecesis Basileensis) is a Roman Catholic diocese in Switzerland.Historically, the bishops of Basel were also secular rulers of the Prince-B...
Roman Catholic Diocese of Basel - Wikipedia
HMS Mimi and HMS Toutou
HMS Mimi and HMS Toutou were motor launches of the Royal Navy. After undergoing an unusual journey from Britain to Lake Tanganyika in the interior of Africa, the ships played an important role in the...
HMS Mimi and HMS Toutou - Wikipedia
Leticia, Amazonas
Leticia ([leˈtisja]) is the southernmost city in the Republic of Colombia, capital of the department of Amazonas, Colombia's southernmost town (4.09° south 69.57° west) and one of the major ports on ...
Leticia, Amazonas - Wikipedia
Texhomex
Texhomex is a marker showing the tri-point of Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico. The marker is off U.S. Highway 56 about one mile east on Texas State Line Road and the corner of Oklahoma State Line Road....
Texhomex - Wikipedia
Chari River
The Chari River, or Shari River, is a 949 kilometres (590 mi) long stream, flowing in Central Africa.
The Chari River flows from the Central African Republic through Chad into Lake Chad, foll...
Chari River - Wikipedia
Indira Col
76°47′52″E / 35.66444°N 76.79778°E / 35.66444; 76.79778The Indira Col (altitude 5,764 metres (18,911 ft)) is a col on the Indira Ridge in the Siachen Muztagh in the Karak...
Tumba Peak (Belasica)
Tumba (Bulgarian and Macedonian: Тумба) is a peak in the Belasica mountains in the region of Macedonia. The peak, 1,880 metres (6,170 ft) in height, lies on Belasica's main ridge, west of Lozen P...
Tumba Peak (Belasica) - Wikipedia
Golden Triangle (Southeast Asia)
The Golden Triangle (Burmese: ေရႊႀတိဂံ နယ္ေျမ, [ʃwè tɹḭɡàɴ nɛ̀mjè]; Thai: สามเหลี่ยมทองคำ,  [sǎːm.lìəm.tʰɔːŋ.kʰam]; Lao: ສາມຫຼ່ຽມທອງຄຳ; Vietnamese: Tam giác Vàng; Chinese: 金三角...
Dominicans Island
The Dominican Island or Constance Island (German: Dominikanerinsel or Konstanzer Insel) is an island in Lake Constance immediately east of the city of Constance. With an area of 1.8 hectares, it ...
Dominicans Island - Wikipedia
Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline
The Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline (Azerbaijani: Transxəzər boru xətti, Turkmen: Transhazar turbaly geçiriji) is a proposed subsea pipeline between Türkmenbaşy in Turkmenistan, and Baku in Azerbai...
Basel German
Basel German or Baseldytsch (also Baseldütsch, Baslerdüütsch, Baseldeutsch) is the dialect of the city of Basel, Switzerland. Among the Swiss German dialects, it is the only Low Alemannic one.
Bas...
Khan Tengri
Khan Tengri or Hantengri Peak (Uyghur: خانتەڭرى‎, Chinese: 汗腾格里峰; pinyin: Hànténggélǐ Fēng) is a mountain of the Tian Shan mountain range. It is located on the China—KyrgyzstanR...
Khan Tengri - Wikipedia
Preston Monument
The Preston Monument is a stone marker that shows tri-point (the place where three states meet) of Oklahoma, Colorado, and New Mexico. It is named after Levi S. Preston, who surveyed a portion of the ...
St. Jakob-Park
 St. Jakob Park  is a Swiss sports stadium in Basel. It is the largest football venue in Switzerland and home to FC Basel. "Joggeli", as the venue is nicknamed by the locals, was originally ...
St. Jakob-Park - Wikipedia