World Language Links
Castle High School Library - World Language Links
Smithsonian - Museums and Research Centers
Weather Channel - International weather reports
Wired for Books - listen to books read in a foreign language
Atlapedia - Statistics and key facts on countries of the world as well as full color physical and political maps
Infonation - A U.N. site that lists nations by their countries
Library of Congress Country Studies - Information on countries
Lonely Planet - Click a location on the map or type in the search box to access information on countries and cities
Eiffel Tower - The official site of the Eiffel Tower offers an interactive tour plus historical background.
FL Teach - A listserv and Web site focusing on foreign language teaching methods. The Web site includes instructions for joining the listserv and links to foreign language sites.
FranceKeys - Information on regions plus travel information
French Connection - Collection of Internet links to places and items of interest with a French theme
Le Monde - Famous daily newspaper from France (In French)
Paris Pages - Extensive information about Paris and the museums
Pariserve - Commercial site associated with the French Tourist Office provides information about museums
Tour de France - Tour various regions of France
http://focus.de/ - Magazine
http://ard.de/ - News
http://zdf.de/hp/index.html - News
http://tagesschau.de/ - Television broadcast
German-English Online Dictionary - Translates German to English and the other way around
Countries in Latin American and Caribbean - Culture, economy, etc.
Day of the Dead, All Saints Day - All Saints Day, November 1 and All Souls Day, November 2 mark many celebrations in Mexico,
Diego Rivera Web Museum - Life and art of Mexican artist and activist, Diago Rivera. The site is available in both English and Spanish versions and includes virtual reality panoramas of Rivera's art.
Spanish Dictionary - Spanish to English
Spanish Language Resources - Cengage Learning - Variety of resources: culture, history, music, radio, television, news, magazines, literature, country/city tours.