Eiffel Tower Facts

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most famous and well-known monuments in modern history and is the source of many questions among children and adults alike. How tall is the Eiffel Tower is? How much does it weight? Why was it built? Who is it named after? The list of questions goes on. This page has some interesting and little know facts about the Eiffel Tower. Facts About The Read More

Argentina Facts

Capital Buenos Aries Population 37,384,816 (July 2001 est.) Area total: 2,766,890 sq km, slightly less than three-tenths the size of the US Argentina lays claim to a section of Antarctica of about 1,235,000 sq km (477,000 sq. miles) Location Argentina is the second largest country located on the continent of South America takes up almost entire southern half of Read More


Capital Vienna Population 8,169,929 (July 2002 est.) Area total: 83,858 sq km water: 1,120 sq km land: 82,738 sq km (slightly smaller than Maine) Location landlocked country in central Europe (none of its borders are next to water) borders Hungary and Slovakia (east), Liechtenstein and Switzerland (west), borders Czech Republic and Germany (north), Slovenia Read More

Hungary Facts

Capital Budapest Population 9,981,334 (July 2006 est.) Area total: 93,030 sq km land: 92,340 sq km water: 690 sq km slightly smaller than Indiana Government parliamentary democracy Money forint (HUF) Climate temperate; cold, cloudy, humid winters; warm summers Languages Hungarian 93.6% other or unspecified 6.4% (2001 census) External Read More

Spain Facts

Capital Madrid Population 40,037,995 (July 2001 est.) Area 504,782 sq km (this includes land & water - slightly more than twice the size of Oregon) Government Parliamentary monarchy Money Spanish peseta (ESP); euro (EUR) Climate Temperate; clear, hot summers in interior, more moderate and cloudy along coast; cloudy, cold winters in interior, partly Read More