Hesperides Ἑσπερίδες - In Greek mythology, traditionally three but according to different authors possibly four, seven or even...
Karl Marx (1818 – 1883) - A German philosopher and economist who was also historian, sociologist and socialist...
T and O map (or O-T or T-O map for orbis terrarum) or Isidoran map – An antic...
January – First month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars – Usually said to be...
Nicolaus Copernicus (1473 - 1543) – Polish astronomer who defended the theory of heliocentrism, according to which the...
Nukuoro sculptures - Local deities in Nukuoro, Federated States of Micronesia , represented in stones or wooden figurines...
Michel de Nostredame (1503 - 1566) or Nostradamus - A French astrologer and apothecary – His most famous...
Water puppetry (Múa rối nước) – A Vietnamese tradition of water puppetry, the puppets being made out of...
Bògòlanfini (or Bogolan) - A traditional Malian cotton fabric dyed with fermented mud. It became a symbol of...
Hertzsprung–Russell diagram (or H–R diagram or HRD) – A scientific representation showing a plot of stars, classifying star's...
Mars - The fourth planet from the Sun, often referred to as the 'Red Planet' – Its orbital...
Gerardus Mercator (1512 –1594) - A cartographer, geographer and cosmographer and from the County of Flanders – Created...
“I believe a leaf of grass is no less than the journeywork of the stars...” Walt Whitman (1819...
Adam Smith (1723 - 1790) - A Scottish economist and philosopher – Considered as ''The Father of Economics''-...
Gustav Klimt (1862 –1918) – An Austrian symbolist painter, member of the Vienna Secession. Particularly known for his...
Noken - A knotted or woven bag, native to the Papua being hung from the head, used to...
Santiago de Compostela (Saint James of Compostella ) - Capital of the autonomous community of Galicia, in Spain...
Nan Pa'ch ceremony (or Paach ceremony) – A corn-veneration ritual giving thanks for good harvests celebrated in San...
Mooba Dance - The main dance of the Lenje ethnic group of Central Province of Zambia, performed since...
Kumbh (or Kumbha) Mela कुम्भ मेला (kumbh mēlā) - A major pilgrimage and festival in Hinduism celebrated at...
Astrid Anna Emilia Lindgren born Ericsson (1907 –2002) - A famous Swedish writer of fiction and screenplays for...
Selma Ottilia Lovisa Lagerlöf (1858 –1940) - A Swedish author and teacher – First woman to be wawarded...
Al-Qatt Al-Asiri (or nagash painting or majlis painting) - An Arabic art style originated in Saudi Arabia and...
Baile Chino – UNESCO intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity 2014 – “…Bailes Chinos are brotherhoods of musicians who...
Mount Nimba Strict Nature Reserve – A geographically unique area located in Guinea and Côte d'Ivoire including exceptional...
Kandy (Sinhala: මහනුවර Mahanuwara ; Tamil: கண்டி Kandy) - A city in Sri Lanka located in the Central...
Koutammakou - Land of the Batammariba - A cultural landscape in northern Togo with traditional mud houses, a...
Al-Balad - Historical area of Jeddah, founded in the 7th century - Gate to Makkah - UNESCO World...
Jesuit Block and Estancias of Córdoba – A Jesuit reduction built by missionaries in the province of Córdoba,...
Hoan Kiem Lake (Vietnamese: Hồ Hoàn Kiếm, Hán tự: 湖還劍) - A fresh water lake meaning "Lake of...
Nelson's Dockyard - A cultural heritage site and marina in English Harbour, located in Saint Paul Parish on...
Xoloitzcuintli (or Xolo) – A Mexican hairless breed of dog – Named after the Aztec god Xolotl and...
Kasbah of Algiers - Casbah قصبة meaning “citadel” - Old town or medina of Algiers, capital of Algeria,...
Sentinelese (or Sentineli or North Sentinel Islanders) - An indigenous people inhabiting North Sentinel Island - Bay of...
Giant's Causeway – Resulting of an ancient volcanic eruption, an area of 40 000 basalt columns located in...
Lakes of Ounianga - A series of 18 lakes in the Sahara Desert (Chad), in the mountains of...
Jonathan Paul Clegg or Johnny Clegg (1953 –2019) - A South African musician and anthropologist. After the disbanding...
Hailibu the Hunter – A legendary Mongolian hunter whose big heart allowed him to live beautiful and heroic...
Valentina Vladimirovna Tereshkova Валентина Владимировна Терешкова (1937-) – The first woman to have flown in space on the...
Emmeline Pankhurst born Emiline Goulden (1858 –1928) - A British political activist – She organized the British suffragette...
Marie Skłodowska Curie (1867 – 1934) - A Polish naturalized-French physicist and chemist - Her research on radioactivity...
Dame Jane Morris Goodall (1934 -) - An English primatologist and anthropologist, one of the best experts on...
Sarla Thakral सरला ठकराल (1914 –2008) also known as Mati - The first Indian woman to fly an...
Marie Magdalene "Marlene" Dietrich (1901 –1992) - A German-American actress and singer, one of the world’s most glamorous...
Lalibela ላሊበላ- A city in Ethiopia (Amhara Region) famous for its rock-cut monolithic churches. World Heritage site 1978....
Seven Lucky Gods or Seven Gods of Fortune 七福神 - Believed to grant good luck in Japanese mythology....
Ahmad Zahir احمد ظاهر (1946 -1979) - An Afghan singer and composer, an unmatched icon of Afghanistan known...
Kilimanjaro (Mount) – A mountain constituted of three volcanic cones, Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira, in Tanzania - The...
John Maynard Keynes (1883 –1946) - A British economist, author of The General Theory of Employment, Interest and...
Hồ Chí Minh - Chữ nôm: 胡志明 (1890 – 1969), born Nguyễn Sinh Cung, also known as Bác...
Tiki ou Ti'i (Tahitian) - Human representation carved in Oceania, taking the form of a statue or a...
Hạ Long Bay (Vietnamese: Vịnh Hạ Long) – A large and natural bay in Quảng Ninh Province -...
Shāh Abbās the Great or Shāh Abbās I of Persia (Persian: شاه عباس بزرگ) (1571 - 1629) -...
Alma Mahler or Alma Maria Mahler Gropius Werfel born Schindler (1879 – 1964) - A composer and author...
Takkyubin 宅急便 - A national delivery service company based in Japan, sending the parcel door to door usually...
Stupa स्तूप (Sanskrit: "heap") – A mound-like or hemispherical structure containing relics or place of meditation, in different...
Drag queen - An artist (usually a man, often homosexual) who dresses as a woman and animates colourful...
Zolgokh (Mongolian: Золгох) or Zolgolt – Traditional Mongolian greeting consisting of holding both their arms out, the younger...
Cochise (Apache: Shi-ka-She or A-da-tli-chi: "having the quality or strength of an oak" (c. 1805 –1874) - Principal...
The Scythians or Scyth, Saka (7th century BCE - 3rd century BCE) - A nomadic people in the...
Jeepneys (Filipino: Dyipne) – “A Philippine jitney bus converted from a jeep." Kind of buses used for public...
Narcissus (Greek: Νάρκισσος Nárkissos) - In Greek mythology, a hunter from Thespiae known for his beauty and the...
Machu Picchu - A15th-century Inca citadel, in Peru – Brought to international attention byHiram Bingham in 1911 -...
Ferdinand Magellan - Portuguese: Fernão de Magalhães (c. 1480 - 1521) - Portuguese navigator and explorer who was...
Enkutatash (Ge'ez: እንቁጣጣሽ) - The first day of the New Year in Ethiopia and Eritrea, more or less...
Dolly (1996 – 2003) – A female domestic sheep, the first mammal cloned from an adult somatic cell...
Adeline Virginia Woolf born Stephen (1882 – 1941) - An English writer, considered one of the most important...
Litema - A form of Sesotho mural art with geometric patterns, displayed on the outer walls as well...
Milton Friedman (1912 –2006) - An American economist - Opposing Keynesian government policies, he promoted an alternative macroeconomic...
Stonehenge - A prehistoric monument among the most famous landmarks in the United Kingdom consisting of a ring...
Sikmogil 식목일 - A celebration in South Korea, April 5, when public take part in tree-planting activities following...
James Cleveland "Jesse" Owens (1913 – 1980) - An American track and field (sprint and long jump) athlete....
Dante Alighieri (c. 1265 – 1321) - an Italian poet – Author of the Divine Comedy (written from 1308...
Martin Luther (1483 - 1546) - A German professor of theology and priest at the origins of the...
El Dorado (for "the golden one") or El Hombre (Rey) Dorado - "The Golden Man (King)") - A...
Durian – Sometimes named the "king of fruits", native to Borneo and Sumatra (with hundreds varieties in Indonesia),...
Jeffrey Preston Bezos né Jorgensen (1964-) - An American technology entrepreneur, founder, CEO, and president of Amazon.com, Inc....
Yggdrasil – A cosmic mythical ash tree in Norse cosmology, connecting the Nine Worlds (with different possible classifications)...
Angkor អង្គរ - The capital city of the Khmer Empire, also named Yasodharapura, a brilliant place from the...
Alan Mathison Turing (1912 – 1954) - An English mathematician and computer scientist, who brought a major contribution...
Guru Nanak (1469 – 1539) / Penjabi, ਗੁਰੂ ਨਾਨਕ ਦੇਵ (Gurū Nānak Dev) - The founder of Sikhism...
Ahmad Shah Massoud احمد شاه مسعود (1953 - 2001) - An Afghan politician and military commander, mujahideen during...
Maya calendars - A system of calendars consisting of several cycles (counts) of different lengths with the Tzolkin,...
Xuanzang 玄奘 (c. 602 – 664) - A Chinese Buddhist monk, scholar known for his decisive seventeen-year travel...
Cooper's Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake - An annual and now international event held near Gloucester / England. It...
Gregory XIII (1502 –1585) - Pope of the Catholic Church (1572 – 1585) - Best known for the...
Aisha Musa Ahmad عائشة موسى أحمد (1905 – 1974) or Aisha al-Falatiya - a Sudanese singer, the first...
Sámi people - a Finno-Ugric people present in northern parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia. Speaking the...
Kingdom of Kush (c. 785BCE – c. 350CE) - An ancient kingdom in Nubia. Its capitals were successively Napata (pres....
Halloween – A celebration held on 31 October, the eve of the Christian feast of All Hallows' Day...
The Amish - Traditionalist Christian church mainly in North America which stems in 1693 from Jakob Ammann (1644-1730),...
The Amazon rainforest or Amazonia or the Amazon Jungle – A tropical rainforest in the Amazon biome covering...
Torajans - An ethnic group of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Christian and Muslim, many practice a sort of animism...
Ivan IV Vasilyevich (Ива́н Васи́льевич (1530 – 1584) or Ivan the Terrible - Grand Prince of Moscow (1533...
Ka'el - An annual contest in the Bodi tribe (Ethiopia), which takes place on the New Year, aims...
The Thinker (“Le Penseur” in French) - A bronze sculpture by Auguste Rodin (1840 –1917), showing a nude...
Namaste नमस्ते - Indian greeting, also used for leave-taking - While spoken it comes generally with a slight...
Rose Valley of Kazanlak (Bulgarian: Розова долина, Rozova dolina) - A region in Bulgaria famous for its rose-growing...
Immanuel Kant (1724 –1804) - A major German philosopher in the Age of Enlightenment – Author of the...
The Saline Royale at Arc-et-Senans - A historical Royal Saltworks (located in the Doubs, France) built by Claude-Nicolas...
- A Cavalier & a Lady drinking chocolate
- A leaf of grass
- Aachen Cathedral
- Abya Yala
- Adam Smith
- Ahmad Shah Massoud
- Ahmad Zahir
- Ahura Mazda
- Ainu people
- Aisha Musa Ahmad
- Al-Qatt Al-Asiri
- Alan Turing
- Albanian alphabets
- Albert Camus
- Alexandra David-Néel
- Alexandre de Rhodes
- Allchar deposit
- Alma Mahler
- Amazon rainforest
- Amber Room
- Ame ni mo makezu
- Ando Tadao
- Andreas Vesalius
- Andy Warhol
- Anton Janša
- Aoi Matsuri
- Aomori Nebuta Matsuri
- Aran Jumper
- Ararat (Mount)
- Asahi Shimbun
- Asimov’s Laws
- Astrid Lindgren
- Atomium in Brussels
- Awa Odori
- Cai Lun
- Candombe drums
- Cang Jie
- Carl von Linné
- Catacombs of Rome
- Center of the world
- Cesária Évora
- Chappe’s Semaphore
- Chinese cricket containers
- Chinese New Year
- Cimitirul Vesel
- City of the Sun
- Cocoa (Maya)
- Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake
- Copper craftsmanship of Lahij
- Corongo’s water judges
- Cosquer Cave
- Cowbells in Portugal
- Cueva de las manos
- Cuir de Cordoue
- Cyril and Methodius
- Dame Jane Morris Goodall
- Dance Drums in Burundi
- Dante Alighieri
- Dia de Muertos
- Diamond Sûtra
- Diego de Landa Calderón
- Django Reinhardt
- Dodo in Mauritius
- Domestication of dogs
- Don’t wait for the Last Judgment. It takes place every day.
- Drag queen
- Ga fantasy coffins
- Gerardus Mercator
- Ghetto Vecchio
- Giant’s Causeway
- Gouda cheese
- Great Buddha in Kamakura
- Great Wall of China
- Gregoire Ahongbonon
- Gregory XIII
- Gross National Happiness in Bhutan
- Gundestrup cauldron
- Guru Nanak
- Gustav Klimt
- Hagia Sophia
- Hailibu the Hunter
- Hanging Gardens of Babylon
- Harald Blåtand Gormsen
- Hermitage Museum
- Hernán Cortés
- Hertzsprung–Russell diagram
- Hoan Kiem Lake
- Hokusai’s Wave
- Homo Abilis
- Hospicio Cabañas
- Hunahpu and Xbalanque
- Hussein Sheikh Ahmed Kaddare
- Hyde Park
- Hạ Long Bay
- Hồ Chí Minh
- Ibn Sina
- Icelandic Turf Houses
- Iio Sōgi
- Immanuel Kant
- Incense in Yemen
- Indus Valley Civilization
- International literacy day (September 8)
- Internet of Trees
- Inu Hariko
- Inuit people
- Ise Grand Shrine
- Ishiguro Hiroshi
- Ivan IV Vasilyevich
- Izanami & Izanagi
- Jack Ma
- Jadev Payeng
- James Cook
- James Ussher
- Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin
- Jeddah Gate to Makkah
- Jedek language
- Jeff Bezos
- Jesse Owens
- Jinmu tennô
- John Amos Comenius
- John Maynard Keynes
- Johnny Clegg
- Joya no kane
- Joyo Kanji
- Julio Jaramillo
- Jûshichijô Kenpô
- Kalyady Tsars
- Kangxi radicals (214)
- Karel Čapek
- Karl Marx
- Kasbah of Algiers
- Kasuga Grand Shrine
- Keiro no Hi
- Kiku no gomon
- King Ibrahim Njoya
- King Sejong
- Kingdom of Kush
- Kintai Bridge
- Kojiki & NihonShoki
- Kumbh Mela
- Macchu Pichu
- Maneki Neko
- Mao Zedong
- Maple Syrup
- Marie Skłodowska Curie
- Marlene Dietrich
- Martin Luther
- Martin Luther King Jr.
- Mask of Tutankhamun
- Mastiha on the island of Chios
- Matsuo Bashô
- Maya calendars
- Maya Strabismus
- Men crocodile
- Mesrop Mashtots
- Michel de Nostredame
- Microplastic in deepest oceans
- Miike Coal Mine
- Mikiel Anton Vassalli
- Milton Friedman
- Minik Wallace
- Miyamoto Musashi
- Molly Malone
- Mooba Dance
- Mount Nimba
- Mount Zaô
- Muhammad Yunus
- Nachi no hi matsuri
- Nakahama John Manjirô
- Nama and Hereros
- Nan Pa’ch
- National Museum of Japanese History
- Nazca Lines & Geoglyphs
- Nelson’s Dockyard
- Nicolaus Copernicus
- Nikola Tesla
- Nikolaj Grundtvig
- Nko alphabet
- Nolence Moses Mwangwego
- Notre Dame de Paris
- Nukuoro sculptures
- Nádleeh Two-Spirit
- Nô Theatre
- Sacred Cow
- Saint Patrick
- Saito Musashibō Benkei
- Salif Keita
- Saline Royale at Arc-et-Senans
- Santiago de Compostela
- Sarla Thakral
- Satish Kumar
- School of Athens
- Selma Lagerlof
- Seven Lucky Gods
- Shahr-i Sokhta
- Shaka kaSenzangakhona
- Shigeru Kayano
- Shiraito Falls
- Shirakawa-go and Gokayama
- Shô Tai
- Shāh Abbās the Great
- Siddham Script
- Sika deer
- Sing Sing
- Slovak opal mines
- Snowball Effect
- Solomon Temple
- Suleiman I
- Sámi people
- T and O map
- Taiping Heavenly Kingdom
- Taj Mahal
- Tale of the Heike
- Tassili n’Ajjer
- Teru teru bôzu
- The Decameron
- The Louvre (Museum)
- The Thirteen Buddhas of Chichibu
- The three wise monkeys
- The Way follows its own ways
- Thinker of Hamangia
- Thonmi Sambhota
- Tim Berners-Lee and the web
- Tokugawa Ieyasu
- Tokyo Wan Kannon
- Tomioka Silk Mill
- Traditional healers of Southern Africa
- Tsagaan Sar
- Tsukuba Science City
- Tupi-Guarani languages
- Täze Elipbiý