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To human beings, Earth is known as the 'World', the whole shebang of this planet, the land, oceans, people, and most important, the weather. For humans nearly all things in the 'world' happen on land, exceptions are only some holiday activities: cruises, diving, surfing and expeditions using sailing vessels.
For many people the world begins just outside their neighborhood, and they call it, out of habit, afield.
Until recently large parts of the World were inapprehensible for most of its inhabitants.
But now there is an increasingly expanding network of means of transport, high speed trains, affordable flights, newly built airports, cruise ships, and - sub-orbital space tourism in the near future. This means you can move about Earth, discover countries, cities and quite unfamiliar cultures which may threaten your own beliefs. But go ahead, explore, learn, observe with an open mind, it will certainly change your point of view.
And, there is the Internet, a kind of magic communication device, you don't have to leave your field anymore, you can stay in your comfort zone and explore the world from there. Just ask the great, great GOOGLE a question and HE will answer it, easy as that, plain vanilla.
And while you're exploring more and more premises of Earth, you might ask yourself, does it make sense?
Actually, we think maybe not, but who are we?
An example, this is lyrics from the 21st century: Skyfall is where we start - A thousand miles and poles apart - Where worlds collide and days are dark - You may have my number, you can take my name - But you'll never have my heart.
I'm sorry, what is number and what is heart?
Another one: I died a hundred times.
Amy Winehouse sang her song 'Back To Black' some times ago, before she died - once, or maybe she was telling the truth.
The examples above are part of human communication, the messages were repeated for some times all over the planet, over and over again, OK, not so much anymore, something trumped it, I don't know what.
Whatever, what I've learned when I visited this planet: the truth is like poetry. And most people here don't like poetry.
So you see, sorry we do NOT (not yet =) have an answer whether anything makes sense (wait to find out more in our next sequel, coming soon, really), but read on, and maybe You will find THE answer (forget 42, it was just a close approach, or a near miss).
Until then let's try to be nice to each other, and think about it, - you are able to read/understand this, this should give you a headstart.
By the way, while you're traveling this site and you realize that you really don't like it, please avoid to click on any advertisement, because by doing so, it would help us being online much longer.
"In the most basic sense, the purpose of life is being - as opposed to not being."
Map of Africa
Countries of Africa
Angola | Botswana | Ethiopia | Gabon | Kenya | Madagascar | Mali | Namibia | Seychelles | South Africa
... all countries of Africa
Map of the North America
Map of the South America
Countries of North, Central and South America.
Bolivia | Brazil | Canada | Chile | Ecuador | Guatemala | Mexico | Nicaragua | USA | Maps of the U.S. States
... all countries of the Americas
Countries of the Caribbean
Bermuda | Jamaica | Bahamas | Barbados | Cuba | Dominican Republic | Guadeloupe | Haiti | Puerto Rico | Saint Lucia | Trinidad and Tobago | U.S. Virgin Islands
all countries in the Caribbean
Map of Asia
Map of Southeast Asia
Countries of Asia
Cambodia | China | India | Japan | Lao PDR | Maldives | Nepal | Philippines | Russia | Singapore | Thailand | Tibet | Viet Nam
... all countries of Asia
Countries of the Middle East
Iraq | Israel | Kuwait | Lebanon | Palestine | Qatar | Saudi Arabia | Syria | United Arab Emirates
... all countries of the Middle East
Map of Oceania/Australia
Map of Australia
Australia and the Islands in the South Pacific
Australia | Fiji | French Polynesia (Tahiti) | New Zealand | Samoa
... all countries of Australia/Oceania
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Map of Europe
Austria | Bulgaria | France | Germany | Italy | Spain | Sweden | Switzerland | United Kingdom
... all countries of Europe
Maps around the World.
Maps of Countries
Political maps, administrative maps, searchable maps.
List of almost all countries, territories, and regions in the world.
Overseas Territories and Dependent Areas
List of the Overseas Territories, Dependent Areas, and Disputed Territories.
Population by Country
Population figures for all countries.
The biggest cities in the World
A guide to the metropolises of this planet.
The most populated cities in China
China's greatest cities.
The most populated cities in Japan
List of Japanese cities with the greatest population.
The most populated Cities in the United States
Lists of U.S. cities with the most residents.
NEW Storybook of the U.S. state capitals
Images and information about the 50 US state capitals.
Chinese New Year
Learn more about the Chinese New Year celebrations for the coming year. See images of the Chinese Spring Festival celebrated in Bangkok's China Town.
Images of Angkor Wat (Cambodia) , Laos and Myanmar.
Buddha image, Yangon, Burma
Photos: Valeska Gehrmann
|Traveling and Travel Destinations
Most Famous Landmarks and Cultural Monuments in the World
As the title says, a virtual travel to many of the Most Famous Landmarks and Cultural Monuments in the World.
Airports and Airlines
Index of National Airlines and Airports around the world:
e.g.: IATA Airport Codes
International Currencies and Currency Codes
Up to date list of currencies around the World.
World's Top Travel Destinations
World's Top Tourism Destinations by various categories.
Travel Safety Advice
Compilation of links to Travel Advice.
First, Second and Third World
First, Second and Third World
States of the first, second and the third world, with an explanation of the terms.
|World Resources Report
Comparative (sortable) tables of:
1. Population and Human Well-Being
Table of core indicators on population, health, education, poverty,infant mortality, and HIV/AIDS prevalence by countries.
2. Food and Water
The table contains four core indicators: Intensity of Agricultural Inputs, Food Security and Nutrition, Fisheries Production and Water Resources.
3. Economics and Trade
The table shows core indicators of a country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the percent of total output of goods and services, and the Financial Flows.
4. Institutions and Governance
The sortable table shows values of core indicators to evaluate governments and levels of freedom within countries.
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