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Landmarks in Madrid, Spain

In the vicinity of Plaza de España, the vast Oeste Park is located. (West Park). This hilly park with many hiking trails is great for walking. Birches, cypresses, cedars and pines grow here. The park is interesting garden of roses “Rosaleda”, where annually in May is held a festival of roses. Also on the territory… Read More »

Sortavala, Russia

According to printerhall, Sortavala is the second tourist center of Karelia, because it is from it that excursions around the Valaam archipelago begin . Sortavala is located 42 km from the archipelago. Tourist boats and boats run from here to Valaam. The very path from Sortavala to Valaam is a whole excursion, during which you… Read More »

Cuisine of Azerbaijan

KITCHEN According to petwithsupplies, Azerbaijani cuisine is considered to be one of the most original culinary traditions of the world. Based on the centuries-old traditions of the peoples inhabiting this country, and on numerous borrowings from Arabic, Georgian, Persian and other cuisines, it is deservedly famous for its original dishes. The main feature of the… Read More »

Information About Sikkim, India

CLIMATE According to handbagpicks, Sikkim is located at the latitude of North Africa, Florida and Mexico (27-28), however, due to the high-altitude, rugged landscape, all natural and climatic zones are represented in the state, with the exception of the tropical. The river valleys (up to 2 thousand meters above sea level) are characterized by a… Read More »

Georgia Archaeology

ARCHAEOLOGY From the Dmanisi site come finds of extraordinary importance for paleoanthropological studies: there were in fact found fossil remains, dating back to 1.8 million years ago, of a hominid characterized by lower limbs of a modern type and by encephalization quotient, body aspect and many morphologies of the more archaic species of Homo erectus.… Read More »

Palestine Recent History

The proclamation of the Palestinian state. On November 15, 1988, according to cellphoneexplorer, the Palestinian National Council proclaimed the State of Palestine (with Jerusalem as its capital) and in December ‛Arafat explicitly recognized Israel before the UN General Assembly; by mid-1989 the state of Palestine (of which ‛Arafat was elected president) had been recognized by over… Read More »

Holidays in Abkhazia

Literally 30 years ago, many tourists, both from Russia and from all over the world, dreamed of a vacation in Abkhazia. Then her popularity faded to almost nothing, but now she is gradually returning. Indeed, how can you not love the clean laser Black Sea coast, Abkhazian wine and the wonderful nature of this country?… Read More »

Popular Destinations in Morocco

Rabat Where to relax in Morocco, if not in the capital of the kingdom? It is a cultural, political and industrial center on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, with rich architecture, interesting sights and a unique oriental flavor. ANDYEDUCATION: Introduction to education system in Morocco, including compulsory schooling and higher education. Beaches The coastal… Read More »

Ireland Attractions

Dublin’s Trinity College The renowned Trinity College was founded in Dublin in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I. founded. Among Trinity College’s most famous students were Samuel Beckett and Jonathan Swift. In addition to many green areas, the old library is worth seeing. It houses 200,000 ancient texts. The Long Room is also spectacular. It is… Read More »

Costa Rica Geography and Climate

The Republic of Costa Rica is located in Central America and borders the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea as well as Panama and Nicaragua. The capital is called San José and is also the country’s largest city. It is estimated that about a third of the country’s population lives in San José. The name… Read More »

About Peru

Peru is one of the most interesting countries in South America. There are many different monuments of the pre-European period, the most famous of which are Lurce, Chavan, Chimu and, of course, Inca. In addition to a great historical past, Peru is located in a place with amazing nature. The Andes mountain system is located… Read More »

Transport and Communications in Peru

TRANSPORT According to Franciscogardening, the public urban transport system in Peru is one of the most disorganized in Latin America. On the streets of large cities, small and mostly old buses and minibuses rush to each other, stopping anywhere, and barkers-conductors vying with each other shouting out the names of the stops. Each bus or… Read More »

Osaka and Kyoto, Japan

Osaka Osaka is the third most populated city in Japan, which is historically the country’s commercial capital and is currently one of the country’s main industrial centers and largest ports. The first large trading houses, the kabuki theater and the bunraku puppet theater were born here. Today’s Osaka, with an abundance of elegant boutiques and… Read More »

Zimbabwe Main Attractions

The best time to travel to the national parks and natural areas of Zimbabwe is from July to October. During this period, there is almost no rain, the vegetation is less lush, so it is easier to see animals. During the rainy season (December to April), some places are closed to the public due to… Read More »

Byblos and Beirut, Lebanon

Byblos A cozy little city located 40 km north of Beirut and was born in 8000 BC. e. one of the most interesting archaeological sites in the Middle East and the oldest cities in the world, which tourists from all over the world seek to see. Here you can literally touch the history – the… Read More »

Mexico Tourist Information

Mexico is a country of contrasts, where you can see both modern megacities and quiet traditional small towns, both the wild green nature of the tropical jungle and deserts, where the maximum that can be found is cacti… And, of course, do not forget about stunning beaches with white sand and warm gentle waters, and… Read More »

Latvia 2014

Demography and economic geography. – Northern European state. With 2,041,111 residents, According to an estimate by UNDESA (United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs) of 2014, of which a third concentrated in the capital alone, Riga, the population of Latvia is made up of 61.4% of Latvians (they were 77% in 1935 and then… Read More »

Iceland in the 1950’s

Population. – According to the 1950 census, the population was 144,263. with a density of 1.4 residents per km 2 ; the evaluation of 1958 gave a value of 170,156 residents; from the 1940 census to the 1958 valuation the overall increase was 48,682 units. Given the development of the fishing activity and the strategic… Read More »

Non-Italian Dialects in Italy

The numerical entity of Italians who usually speak a non-Italian language or dialect is shown in the following table, which refers to 1921, the date of the last survey (not having performed a special survey in this regard during the census carried out in 1931). The total of about 800,000 people represents a little less… Read More »

Norway Architecture

Norway. The Kingdom of Norway or simply Norway (in Norwegian Kongeriket Norge, in Nynorsk Kongeriket Noreg, in Sami Norga gonagasriika), is a monarchical state of northern Europe. The name seems to come from nor veg, the way to the north. It has been populated for 12,000 years. According to topb2bwebsites, the official language is Norwegian –… Read More »

North Korea Country Overview

Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (in Korean Choson Minjujuui Inmin Konghwaguk), colloquially called North Korea to distinguish it from South Korea, is a country in East Asia. Geographic location Located in East Asia, in the northern part of the Korean peninsula, between the Sea of Japan to the East and the Yellow Sea to the West, it borders China to the North and Russia and South Korea to the… Read More »

Norfolk Island Geography

Norfolk Island is an Australian territory made up of three islands in the Pacific Ocean located between Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia, and is one of the few external territories of Australia. The island has an area of 34 km². The Norfolk Island pine, which is also found on its flag, is a very iconic… Read More »

Niger Country Overview

According to softwareleverage, Niger is a landlocked country in West Africa. With an area of 1,267,000 km², its extension is comparable to the combined areas of Spain and Turkey. Its northern and central areas are located in the desert areas of the Sahara and the Sahel. History Evidence of the presence of human populations in Niger indicates that it has been inhabited… Read More »

New Zealand Country Overview

According to shoppingpicks, New Zealand is a country in Oceania that is located in the southwest Pacific Ocean, southeast of Australia. It is made up of two large islands, the North Island and the South Island, along with other smaller islands, among them Stewart Island and the Chatham Islands. This island nation is bordered to the north and east by the South Pacific, to… Read More »

New Caledonia Country Overview

History The western Pacific Ocean was populated 50,000 years ago. Then the Austronesians came to the area. The various groups of people who settled in the Melanesian archipelagos are known as Lapita. These arrived in New Caledonia and the Loyalty Islands around 1,500 BC. The Lapita were skilled navigators and farmers and influenced much of this area… Read More »

Nepal Country Overview

Nepal (official name, Nepāl Adhirājya, Kingdom of Nepal). Constitutional Monarchy of South Asia ; It is bordered to the north by the autonomous region of Tibet, in China, and to the east, south and west by India. The 25 of April of 2015 occurs the devastating earthquake of magnitude 7.8 on the Richter scale. The earthquake was registered at 06:11 GMT, and its epicenter was… Read More »

Nauru History and Politics

History The events prior to its colonization at the end of the 19th century are little known due to the lack of written sources and the almost absence of archaeological data. Subsequent events are closely linked to the history of its only wealth: phosphate. It was probably initially populated by Melanesians and Micronesians. It suffered a second… Read More »

Myanmar Modern History

Mongol invasion The Toung dynasty In 1287 the kingdom of Pagan falls under the Tartar or Mongol hordes of Kublai Khan, who invade Burma from the Yunnan region of China. Previously, in 1277 the Burmese had attacked the Mongol vassal state of Kaungai and they sent a first expedition of Tartars who defeated the Shes pagans in a battle described by Marco Polo in the Book of Wonders. Six years… Read More »

Myanmar Early History

Burma or Myanmar. Officially Republic of the Union of Myanmar, it is one of the countries of Southeast Asia. It shares its northern borders with China and its eastern borders with Laos and Thailand ; to the west are India, Bangladesh and the Bay of Bengal. The south of the country is bathed by the waters of the Andaman Sea. According to philosophynearby, the history of Myanmar begins with the invasion of four thousand years ago more people from China, Tibet, Laos and,… Read More »

Moscow, Russia History

According to pharmacylib, the name of the city Moscow comes from the river that crosses it called Moskva or Moskvá, in old Russian literally, the city of the Moskvá river. The origin of the name is unknown, although there are several theories. One theory suggests that the origin of the name comes from an ancient… Read More »

Tegucigalpa, Honduras City Overview

History According to payhelpcenter, Tegucigalpa was founded by Spanish colonizers as Real de Minas de San Miguel de Tegucigalpa on September 29, 1578 on the site of an existing native settlement of the Pech, Tolupanes, and Twahkas. The first mayor of Tegucigalpa was Juan de la Cueva, who took office in 1579. The Church of Dolores (1735), the Cathedral… Read More »

Tashkent, Uzbekistan History and Transport

History According to oxfordastronomy, Tashkent was probably founded in the 1st century BC, although the first news about the city dates back to the 8th century when it was occupied by the Arabs. After being conquered by Genghis Khan and his Mongol armies in the 14th century, the city fell into a time of turmoil. The Mongols lost it at… Read More »

Tanzania History and Geography

Tanzania. East African state formed by the union of Tanganyika and the island state of Zanzibar. It borders Uganda to the North, Kenya to the Northwest, the Indian Ocean to the East, Mozambique and Malawi to the South, Zambia to the Southwest and with Zaire, Burundi and Rwanda to the West. The State includes, in addition to the mainland, the islands of Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia located off the coast. History Prehistory According to neovideogames, the hunting activities of the Palaeolithic man made him occupy himself, almost exclusively, with making weapons… Read More »

Tajikistan Country Overview

Tajikistan – officially the Republic of Tajikistan is a landlocked country located in Central Asia. It borders Afghanistan to the south, the People’s Republic of China to the east, Kyrgyzstan to the north and Uzbekistan to the west. For much of the 20th century, the country was part of the USSR under the name of the Tajikistan Soviet Socialist Republic until its independence on December 25, 1991. Its capital is Dushambé.… Read More »

Syria Country Overview

Syria. Officially “Syrian Arab Republic”. Country of the Middle East which limits the south with Israel and Jordan, to the west with Lebanon and the Mediterranean, to the north with Turkey and to the east with Iraq. Its capital is Damascus. Most of the population profess Islam, with Sunnism being the majority Muslim group. Syria was established as a modern state after World War One under French rule, gaining independence in April of 1946, after which several military coups followed until 1971.… Read More »

Sweden Geography

Located in northern Europe, Sweden is bordered to the east by the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Bothnia, giving the country a long coastline, which forms the eastern part of the Scandinavian peninsula. To the west are the Scandinavian Alps, which form a natural border with Norway. To the northeast it borders Finland, to the… Read More »