Greece people visits
Approximately 17.5 million people visit Greece each year, more than the country’s population.
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The fastest dinosaur was the Ornithomimus. It could run at a speed of about 43 miles per hour (70 km/h).
A common urban legend is that a ducks quack does not echo. This has however, been proven to be false.
The Buddha commonly depicted in statues and pictures is a different person entirely. The real Buddha was actually incredibly skinny because of self-deprivation.
The human nose can detect about 1 trillion smells.
The coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth was minus 128.56 degrees
Fahrenheit (minus 89.2 degrees Celsius), registered on July 21, 1983, at
Antarctica's Vostok station.
Argentina is the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world.
Blue Mountain Coffee is produced by Jamaica, a popular and expensive cafe throughout the world and one of the most rare coffees in the world.
Some dinosaurs tails were over 45 feet long. Most dinosaurs had long tails that helped them to keep their balance when running.
The color red doesn’t make bulls angry. In fact, cows are red-green colorblind! In bullfights, it’s the motion of the cape that draws the bull’s attention, not the color.