Breadcrumb Home > Ask the Editors Archive > Geography Cite Ask the Editors Archive Geography Jump to a category: - Any -CountriesCivicsFoodAwardsLanguageSportsMoviesAnimalsScienceHumanityUS CitiesUS HistoryMiscellanyArtsMoneyGeographyMathUS StatesInventionsPeopleReligionLiteratureCalendarRace GenderNatureUS StatisticsAstronomyPresidentsWeatherTelevisionHistoryIndex What is the longest river in the world and how long is it and through what countries does it flow? Is the historic volcano, Mount Vesuvius, still active? O.K., experts. Where can I find the best beaches in the United States? What is the difference between an "ocean" and a "sea"? How far apart are each of the time zones? Which canyon, located in Tanzania, is famous for its fossil beds? What is the deepest lake-man-made or natural-in the world? Why is a pond called a pond and a lake called a lake? I have a body of water that is 5 acres, 15 to 20 feet deep. How do I know what to call it? The story of Romeo and Juliet happened in Verona. Is there any place or thing in Verona, in connection to the play, that I could go see? Is the Red Sea red? If so, why? What are the easternmost and westernmost points in the United States? What are "the Seven Seas?" What's the difference between Great Britain, the United Kingdom, and England? What are the Seven Wonders of the World? Is the Great Wall of China really the only manmade structure that can be seen from space? What is the speed limit in the Erie Canal and how long does it take to use it? How high must a mountain be to be technically considered a "mountain"? Historically, what have been the world's tallest buildings? Can you please tell me where the world's highest airport is located? What is the water temperature at the Mariana Trench-the deepest part of the Pacific Ocean? Pagination Current page 1 Page 2 Next page Next ? Last page Last Top Ten Frequently Asked QuestionsOther Archives:Feature ArchivePoll ArchiveQuiz ArchiveTimeline ArchiveTop Ten Archive TrendingHere are the facts and trivia that people are buzzing about. August 2021 Current Events: US News Record Highest Temperatures by State The Megacities of Africa The Mongol Empire The Real World Destinations of Greek Mythology The Most and Least Religious Countries ?