Mission And Goals
Help Students build better writing and research skills and increase Global Knowledge.
Did you Know?
The Eiffel Tower, Paris France
has been synonymous with Paris for more than a hundred years. The entire Structure weighs about 11,000 tons. There are 1,665 steps to the top of the tower.
The Grand Canyon, United States
This massive gorge stretches ss far as the eye can see in a vast, spectacular complex of canyons, waterfalls, caverns, towers, ledges, and ravines.
The Parthenon, Ancient Greece
stands on the Acropolis, the ancient city on A hill above modern Athens. It was built on the foundations of an earlier temple to Athena –The Goddess of wisdom and the patron of Athens. The building belongs to the middle of the fifth Century BC.
rises to 12,388ft at its peak and lies on the main Japanese island of Honshu, Japan. Japan is part of a string of volcanic Islands on the Pacific rim, Known together as ‘The Ring of Fire’. The oldest lavas on Mount Fuji have been dated as only 8,000 years old, making it a very young Volcano.
The Great Sahara Desert, Africa
is the largest hot desert in the world. It sprawls over the northern part of Africa stretching 3,200 miles from Egypt and the Sudan to the West coasts of Mauritania and Spanish Sahara. One of the hottest places is Kebili, where temperatures can reach 131° F.