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The world's best skiers and skaters are heading to Italy for the 2006 Winter Olympics. Find out more about the host country right here.
Everyone has a fave city - even religious groups. Check out some of the holiest cities on earth according to some major religions.
As Holocaust Memorial Day approaches, get the fact on WWII - the devastating war that killed more people than any other war in history.
World War I started after a Serbian nationalist assassinated the Archduke of Austria. Learn the historical facts about WWI right here.
Hispanic culture is about a heck of a lot more than tacos. Check out the 411 on this vibrant community!
So, your fave show is Charmed and you're dying to spin your magic? Just be thankful you weren't around in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692!
Guatemala is the home of the oldest Mayan ruins, as well as the latest castaways of Survivor. Find out more about this Central American country!
Endurance ships 20 contestants off to a remote location and challenges them to endure life away from the comforts of home.
Know how to build a pyramid? Ever wanted to mummify a corpse? Get all the answers here cuz Kidzworld has some cool ideas for Egypt projects.
Planning a trip to San Diego? Find out about the hottest vacation spots that you can check out with the family!
7.5 million people call London home, including the Queen and Madonna! Get the 411 on what was once the center of the English-speaking world!
Before you head off on your summer vacation with the fam, find out about the coolest attractions in Los Angeles!
Visiting California this summer? Then be sure to check out these cool tourist attractions in the San Francisco Bay Area.
We're putting you to the test by giving you a ton of flags to match with their country of origin. Find out just how worldly you are!
Check out these famous inventors who contributed to the world of modern-day communication!
Disneyland is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a parade of dreams, fireworks, amazing rides and much more! Get the dish on the happiest place on Earth.
The Seven Natural Wonders of the World are magnificent landmarks. Find out what makes them so amazing!
April 21st to 27th, 2008 is TV Turnoff Week so turn off the tube already! Check out these ideas that'll keep you busy all week.
There are 193 countries in the world, so Kidzworld wants to know how many nations you can identify. Get ready to show us how well-traveled you are!
The Titanic sank during her first and final voyage across the Atlantic Ocean when she struck an iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland in 1912.