Bratislava, Slovakia Architecture and Culture
Bratislava, Slovakia Architecture

Architecture According to allcitycodes.com, the city of Bratislava has undergone a profound transformation from an architectural point of view since the beginning of the 21st century, yet it is still characterized by its medieval towers and grandiose 20th century buildings. Among its oldest and most emblematic constructions we must highlight the extraordinary Bratislava Castle, one of the most […]

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United Kingdom Economy
United Kingdom Economy

The UK economy is made up (in descending order of size) of the economies of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Based on market exchange rates, the UK is today the sixth largest economy in the world and the third largest in Europe after Germany and France [11] . The Industrial Revolution began in the UK with an initial concentration of heavy […]

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Iceland Culture
Iceland Culture

Nordic-pagan traditions and customs, the language, which has changed little over many centuries, and the European way of life, which has been influenced by the mainland, shaped Iceland’s culture. In addition to Christian and national holidays, these include Icelandic Language Day (Dagur íslenskrar tungu), the North Germanic festival of sacrifice Þorrablót and the polytheistic Ásatrú […]

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Traveling in Canada
Traveling in Canada

Airplane: Air Canada operates the largest domestic flight network with its subsidiary Air Canada Jazz, serving around 150 destinations. However, several low-cost airlines are trying to capture a larger market share in Canada. The largest company among them is WestJet. In response, Air Canada is offering cheap “Tango” fares that are sometimes even lower than […]

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Kenai Fjords National Park
Kenai Fjords National Park

The Kenai Fjords National Park is located in the US state of Alaska. Every year up to 242,000 visitors come to the area of ​​the Kenai Fjords National Park. The 2,436 square kilometer area of ​​the park is located on the Kenai Peninsula in the southern part of Alaska. The park was established on December […]

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Manitoba (Canada)
Manitoba (Canada)

Manitoba is located in central Canada. It has been part of Canada since 1870 and has an area of ​​approximately 647,800 km². The capital is probably best known here in Winnipegbe, a cosmopolitan city, which despite everything is still referred to as the “gateway to the prairie”. Winnipeg was already a trading center about 6,000 […]

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Cape Breton Highlands National Park
Cape Breton Highlands National Park

The beautifully situated Cape Breton Highlands National Park is in the Canadian Nova Scotia Province. The park is located in the north of Cape Breton Island. It got its name from the plateau located there Cape Breton Highlands. When driving on the Cabot Trail, which runs through part of the National parks, one experiences the […]

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Russia Location
Russia Location

Location The country borders in the north-west on Norway, Finland, Estonia and Latvia and, with the exclave of the Kaliningrad region, on Lithuania and Poland; in the west and south-west of the European part of Belarus and Ukraine; in the south to Georgia and Azerbaijan (in the Caucasus) and to Kazakhstan; In the eastern south […]

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La Mauricie National Park
La Mauricie National Park

A scenicThe La Mauricie National Park is a particularly attractive park. It is one of the 43 national parks and preserves in Canada and is located in the Laurentine Mountains of the province of Québec. La Mauricie National Park was established in 1970 and covers a total area of ​​536 square kilometers. Geologically seen the […]

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Arusha and Kilimanjaro National Parks
Kilimanjaro National Park

Arusha National Park The Arusha National Park is located near the city of Arusha, where President NYERERE announced the “Arusha Declaration” in 1967, which committed Tanzania to independent socialist development. It occupies the entire eastern slope of Meru and its foreland with a view of Kilimanjaro, including the summit of Meru (4575 m). With an […]

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Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Ngorongoro Conservation Area

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) is located west of the East African Rift on the highland threshold. It is named after the huge caldera (collapse funnel of a volcano) of the former Ngorongoro volcano. That is why the term “area of ​​giant craters” is also used for this area. The NCA territory was formerly part […]

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Serengeti National Park
Tarangire National Park

Serengeti National Park The Serengeti – National Park is an infinitely flat Geibiet that is in the northwest of Tanzania. It covers an area of ​​14764 km² (almost the size of Schleswig Holstein), making it the largest national park in Tanzania and one of the largest in the world. It was opened in 1951. The […]

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Protected Areas of Tanzania
Protected Areas of Tanzania

Tanzania has declared around 25% of its territory to be protected areas (12 national parks, 12 game reserves and more than 40 protected areas). This is an excellent contribution to the preservation of nature, life and culture on earth. The national parks include unique natural landscapes such as the Ngorongoro Crater and Kilimanjaro (the highest […]

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European History: Late Middle Ages
European History

Crisis and reorientation (1200–1500): While the 13th century was still characterized by economic prosperity, since the beginning of the 14th century there have been increasing signs that the limits of growth had been reached (increasing crop failures due to the aging of the soil and the deterioration of the climate). The great plague that broke […]

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Oman Culture and Traditions
Oman Culture

As a country beginning with letter O listed on Countryaah.com, Oman is a state of Southwest Asia (309,500 km²). Capital: Muscat (Masqaţ). Administrative division: regions (5), governorates (3). Population: 2,909,000 residents (2008 estimate). Language: Arabic (official), English. Religion: Muslims (Ibadi) 73.6%, Sunni Muslims 14.1%, Hindus 7.4%, Christians 3.7%, others 1.2%. Monetary unit: Omani rial (1,000 […]

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Qatar Economy
Qatar Economy

In the period preceding the economic exploitation of oil fields, which took place at the end of the 1940s, the economy of Qatar was essentially based on the breeding of camels, fishing and the collection of pearls. With the extraction of oil, initially entrusted to European and American companies then nationalized, and, later, with the […]

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Zimbabwe Geography
Zimbabwe Geography

Landscape As one of the two countries starting with letter Z according to Countryaah.com, Zimbabwe is bordered by Zambia to the northwest, Mozambique to the northeast and east, the Republic of South Africa to the south, and Botswana to the southwest and west. Most of Zimbabwe is covered by inland highlands. Between Bulawayo and Harare, […]

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Cost of Living in Russia
Cost of Living in Russia

Immigration, permanent residence, residence permit One year after moving to Russia, an application for the so-called Residence Permit can be submitted. However, this should be done at least 6 months before the temporary residence permit expires. The Residence Permit is valid for five years and can be extended indefinitely. However, it cannot be issued beyond […]

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Gibraltar Travel Overview
Gibraltar Travel Overview

GENERAL Capital Gibraltar. Geography According to allcitycodes, Gibraltar, a 5 km long promontory made of Jurassic limestone, lies at the western entrance to the Mediterranean on the southern tip of Spain. The highest point of the rock is 425 m. ü. d. M. Both the bay and the strait in front of the city are […]

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Vietnam History
Vietnam History

The country’s history counts both war and colonization. The narrative is harsh, but the story has taken a beautiful turn. Despite a gloomy past, the Vietnamese today stand with their heads held high, united as one population. Travel to Vietnam is marked by the country’s incredible, fascinating and dramatic history. Vietnam opened up many trade […]

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