Geography

Habitat 67, unique box-shaped buildings in the port of Montreal

What makes Montreal unique? – 11 Cool Reasons πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

Well, it doesn’t take much to see how special of a city Montreal is in Canada, let alone the world. A big city, one of the safest big cities, a popular spot for students and travelers looking for a one-of-a-kind corner of North America. Montreal is French but the … Continue reading

steep cliffs of Mount Roraima, tallest point in Guyana on the 3-point border

About Guyana – The Actual English World

What can we say about the nation of Guyana? It’s a fairly small country — well, most countries look small next to Brazil. Guyana is known for its preserved nature, unspoiled rainforests, scenic mountains, and wildlife. It’s a somewhat black, somewhat East Indian, really mixed country all around with … Continue reading

Aanischaaukamikw ᐋ α‘ŽαΉα‘α‘–α’‘ ᐋᓂᔅᒑᐅᑲα’₯α’„ Cree Cultural Institute in Northern Quebec

Why is Northern Quebec special? – 8 Cool Reasons πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

Last time we looked at a smaller section of Quebec, the much-populated south. Here, we’ll focus on the much bigger yet much less-known north of the province. Crater lakes and Dorset ruins are just part of the wonder located out in these snowy lands. But what can be considered … Continue reading

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