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Rolling roads

The rolling highway (Rollende Landstrasse) is an environmental friendly way of transport where lorries are transported by trains.

Fossil-fuel power plant

Fossil-fuel power plants produce most of the world's electricity, but their efficiency is mediocre and they significantly pollute the environment.

P+R

In big cities, the park & ride service is gaining popularity. Passengers can get to their workplace in the town centre quite fast, avoiding traffic jams.

Trolleybuses

After the first oil crisis in 1973, trolleybuses gained popularity in urban transport systems since their operation does not depend on the price of crude oil.

Roman ruins

Many remains of buildings are still visible in almost all provinces of the ancient Roman Empire. Excavation work is still going on today.

Trams

It is a popular form of urban travel. The first trams were built in the 19th century to satisfy the increasing demand for public transport.

Socialist architecture

Socialist realism was the official style of art in the Soviet Union and the communist Eastern Bloc.

Tectonic lake

Lakes formed by the movement of plates of the Earth's crust are called tectonic lakes. The shifting of tectonic plates can create basins which, when filled...

Neo-gothic church

When designing a neo-Gothic church building, architects are inspired by Gothic elements.

Four seasons

The continental climate zone is characterised by four seasons: hot summer, cold winter and two transitional seasons in between.

Salt Production

The evaporation of seawater provides an excellent opportunity for coastal countries to produce salt.

Paper birds

Let’s make paper birds! The more colour we use, the more beautiful our birds will look.

Nets of a cuboid

This animation demonstrates the different nets of a cuboid and includes a game.

The Hundred Years’ War

A century of war between England and France marked the end of medieval European society.

Greece

Greece is considered one of the cradles of European culture. Today, its key sector is undoubtedly tourism.

The Ramson

The ramson is also called bear’s garlic, but do bears really like it? You can find out here and learn more about this plant that has medicinal properties...

Oasis

Within the lethal embrace of deserts, life can only flourish because of large springs. Here plants thrive, animals enjoy something to drink, caravans can...

On the Beach

Going to the beach on a sunny day is a pleasant way of relaxation for many people.

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