Many cities are defined by their skyline. Some stand distinguished mainly because of their historical buildings while others stand out on account of the tall vertical structures. Which are the cities with the most skyscrapers? This is our topic for today's photo gallery.

One of the last trips that will feature an individual country will take us to Australia - the smallest continent in the world, where the distances are often greater than the distances separating the largest countries in Europe. Seventy percent of Australia’s area is covered with deserts or semi-deserts, which is why the greatest part of the Australian population lives in the cities on the coasts. The country's magnificent scenery attracts millions of tourists every year.

Now that we are in winter, it is more important than ever to stay strong and healthy. In the next two articles we will focus on two important vitamins that, especially in winter, people too often lack.  The first of them is vitamin C. What to eat or drink in order to absorb the right quantity of this important vitamin?

Our next Austrian university town is a beautiful small city with a population of 150 000, near the German border. Listed in UNESCO, and situated close by the Alps, it is the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart... and these are only few interesting facts about it. Here is all that is worth seeing while studying at one of Salzburg‘s three universities.

One million, five hundred thousand? To get closer to the precise numbers, you will need to come down bit more. A list of the world’s least populated national capitals can be found in our new article.

This week, to add to the entertainment options for your weekend, we present some of the best motion picture parodies of all time.  Without exception, these five films make fun of other categories of movies or characters or, in some cases, specific films.

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