The world (and Spanish) boom of the almond tree

The picture of the almond tree in bloom around February, in places like the Valley of Pop in Alicante or the region of Campo de Cagitán in Murcia, is just the tip of the iceberg of a business that without making much noise has turned Spain into a world power.…

More Info

Ultras from Celta club Mérida fans at a bar in Coruxo

Ultras del Celta de Vigo have hit Mérida fans in the streets of Coruxo, a parish in the Pontevedra locality, where on Saturday a vital encounter takes place between Coruxo de Pontevedra and Mérida, where both seek to stay in Segunda B. ultras were presented in a bar armed with…

More Info

Huge fire ravages the EuropaPark, in Rust, Germany

Declared a big fire at EuropaPark, in Rust, Germany. The enclosure has been evacuated. Europa-Park is one of the most famous and large theme parks in Europe. It is located in Rust, in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg, between Freiburg im Breisgau and Strasbourg, in Germany.

More Info

Citizens receive threats for a " sensitive material "

The leader of Citizens, Albert Rivera, and number two of the party and president of the orange training in Catalonia, Inés Arrimadas, have their days numbered in politics. This is stated by several sectors of the Catalan independence movement.

More Info

The day that an atomic bombing was simulated on Badajoz

The free balloon is another means of transport for atomic bombs and also solves the problem proposed by Edward Teller (…). In the spring of 1954 a meteorological balloon was launched in Vernalis (California); after fifty-two hours of travel at the predetermined height of 11,300 meters, it landed in Badajoz…

More Info

The day that an atomic bombing was simulated on Badajoz

The free balloon is another means of transport for atomic bombs and also solves the problem proposed by Edward Teller (…). In the spring of 1954 a meteorological balloon was launched in Vernalis (California); after fifty-two hours of travel at the predetermined height of 11,300 meters, it landed in Badajoz…

More Info

Boeing 747 Jumbo: history of a hump

There is no doubt that the Boeing 747 “Jumbo” is the most recognized aircraft in the world. Its ubiquity, its enormous size and, in particular, its particular hump, warn from afar that the king of the heavens is approaching. If the Boeing 747 is a historic airplane, it is because…

More Info

The fall of Masada

Located on a mountain on the eastern edge of the Judean desert and near the shores of the Dead Sea, the Masada fortress was the scene of the last chapter of the Great Jewish Revolt against Rome. The fortress had become the last refuge of a group of rebels, and…

More Info
Page 1 of 712345...Last »