The Most Beautiful Places in the World
Beauti Reef to the Serengeti. While pinpointing all the planet's greatest hits could take an entire lifetime, we think these 50 stunning landscapes and awe-inching wonders from Australia to Zambia deserve to be at the very top of your bucket list. Whether you're seeking beaches, forests, or natural wonders, you'll find your next favorite destination below.
The History Behind the Cades Cove Methodist Church
This is the history behind the Cades Cove Methodist Church located in The Great Smoky Mountains National Park! Cades Cove is just a few miles from Townsend, Tennessee.
A Smoky Mountain Waterfall! Meigs Falls On Little River
This is Meigs Falls located on Little River in The Great Smoky Mountains National Park! Meigs Falls is one of the many beautiful waterfalls that are located in the park!
What Do Cicadas Sound Like?!
Have you ever wondered what cicadas sound like?! Here's a video of the Brood X cicadas that emerged last year!
Thomas Jefferson's Monticello Estate Mulberry Row Part 3
This is Mulberry Row at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello in Charlottesville, Virginia. This is where most of the Monticello activity took place!
The History Of Stone Mountain | Civil War Monument
This is the history of Stone Mountain. Stone Mountain is one of the many incredible monuments Georgia has to offer!
The History Behind Forge Creek Road In Cades Cove
This is the history behind Forge Creek Road in Cades Cove in The Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Thomas Jefferson's Monticello Gardens | American History | Charlottesville, Virginia
This is Thomas Jefferson's Monticello Gardens. Thomas Jefferson is our third President, the author of the Declaration of Independence and our first Secretary Of State. Music by Asher Fulero | Song Hopeful Freedom
The Pearl Harbor Tree In Cades Cove
This is one of the many hidden gems in Cades Cove. This tree has alot of history and pays remembrance to those who have served and to those who gave it all to keep us free. F.D.R. said it best "a day which will live in infamy". December 7, 1941.