Were the Minoans the people Plato referred to as Atlanteans? What really happened to this bright Bronze Age civilization?
Coming up May 23rd through 27th of 2020, the Cities on Volcanoes 11 brings the world’s top volcanologists to Greece for the first time. The conferences and workshops of “Volcanoes and Society: environment, health, and hazards” will welcome many of the world’s foremost experts to Heraklion, Crete. Organized by the International Association of Volcanology Cities, […]
On the eastern side of Russia, the Kamchatka Peninsula stretches away from the continent of Asia, reaching between the Bering Sea and the Sea of Okhotsk. Here, in this isolated spot, lies one of earth’s great geological treasures – the Valley of the Geysers, one of the country’s seven main natural wonders. The valley is […]
An exclusive press release from Magnuson Hotels tells of their expansion into the Southeast Asia hospitality market. According to the news, the world’s largest independent hotel group adds the Grand Royal Panghegar Hotel in Bandung. A 450 room, four star hotel, the Grand Royal is situated in the center of Bandung, once referred to as “the Paris of Java.”
Thousands of years ago, the ancient region of Anatolia in Turkey was a very violent place – angry volcanoes exploding with an intensity of the like we will never see today, blasting rocks, molten lava and red hot clouds of ash and dust into the sky for miles around. It’s this volcanic activity which forms […]