The Corn Belt area traditionally runs through Midwestern United States covering Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, eastern Nebraska, and eastern Kansas, in which corn (maize) and soybeans are the dominant crops, accounting for 50% of US production.
Established in 1985, Europe Day is celebrated on the 9th May in the Member States of the European Union to commemorate the Maurice Schuman Declaration of May 9th 1950.
The Lake District is England’s largest National Park 2,362 km2.
The Crooked Forest is a grove of oddly-shaped pine trees located near the town of Gryfino, West Pomerania, Poland.
Krakatoa is an active volcano in the Sunda Strait in Indonesia, between Sumatra and Java.
Stavanger is the fourth largest city in Norway and administrative centre of Rogaland county.
The Aletsch Glacier is the longest and largest glacier in the Swiss Alps, with a length of 23km and a volume of 15.4km3.
No bends or hills but fields of multicolored flowers on the 40 km road between Haarlem and Naaldwijk
The restoration of Mediterranean Forest and ecosystems is the central topic of the 7th Mediterranean Forests Week.
Rivers, the arteries of the earth, support the world's greatest biodiversity and provide the livelihoods of traditional people than in large cities, but less than 10% of the world's river basins are protected.
The 2 main islands of the archipelago are separated by a bay made up of a submerged caldera from a former volcanic eruption around -1645 BC.
Titled European Green Capital 2021 by the European Commission, the city of Lahti.