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Beit al-Faqih

Yemen Attractions

The North Between Sana’a and Sada in the north lies the Wadi Wa’aar with a subtropical climate and endless mango, papaya and banana groves. The huge Shahara massif rises in this region. The highest...

Russia Geography

Russia Geography and Climate

Russia is a country that is geographically quite close to Sweden and with which we also share a lot of history, a name as Russian as Olga actually comes from the ancient Swede Helga....

About Faroe Islands

About Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands are inhabited by the descendants of the Norwegians who settled in this place in the 9th century. During its existence, the Faroe Islands were ruled by Norway, Denmark, and only in...

Tours to the Netherlands

Tours to the Netherlands

Tours to the Netherlands is a great opportunity to make a fascinating journey to the most picturesque country of Old Europe. Unique castles and picturesque ruins of fortifications, many museums and unusual botanical gardens,...

Quito, Ecuador

Salinas and Quito, Ecuador

SALINAS One of the best beach resorts in Ecuador, Salinas is located on the Pacific coast, 2.5 hours drive from Guayaquil. It is here that the most popular and luxurious hotels of Ecuador, apartments...

Athens, Greece

Athens, Greece

Attica is a native Greek land. Located in the basin of Attica, formed by the mountains off the coast of the Saronic Gulf, modern Athens is the capital and largest city of Greece. Their...

Tours to Colombia

Tours to Colombia

Colombia is associated with drug cartels and mafia crime lords. But this is fundamentally wrong! Holidays in Colombia are poorly studied settlements of ancient Indian tribes, historical sights, luxury resorts with the most comfortable...

Goa, India

Holidays in Goa, India

The smallest state of India in terms of area – Goa – is located in Western India and spreads out on its western coast. About 125 thousand tourists from all over the world come...

Philippines Population and Economy 1995

Philippines Population and Economy 1995

Population The population of the Philippines (68.6 million residents at the 1995 census, which rose in 1998, according to an estimate, to 72.9 million) continues to grow at a very rapid rate; as a...

Latvia in the 1910's

Latvia in the 1910’s

Latvia as a state body arose only in 1918. The Latvian tribes that inhabited the territory of today’s republic, together with other populations of different nationalities, remained, starting from the century. XII, under foreign...

United States Public Finance

United States Public Finance

A notable improvement in the economic situation occurred in 1936, ending with unemployment decreased by 31% compared to 1935 and national income increased by 16% (although still below the level reached in 1929). Undoubtedly,...

Italy Foreign Policy of the First Year of the War

Italy Foreign Policy of the First Year of the War

Italy’s entry into the war alongside Germany had taken place without any preventive political-military coordination, which never really took place even afterwards. The frequent meetings between Mussolini and Hitler (Brenner, 4 October 1940; Florence,...

Russia Climate

Russia Climate

The essential characteristics of the Russian climate are continentality and relative uniformity over vast surfaces; both in evident relationship with what has been mentioned about the morphology and above all the coastal contour of...

Germany Encyclopedia for Kids

Germany Encyclopedia for Kids

Germany The industrial power of Europe The economic heart of the European Union, a populous country with a strong identity and a great cultural tradition, Germany is one of the points of reference for...

Venezuela Literature

Venezuela Literature

For a long time Venezuelan literature was identified, at least in the eyes of Europeans, with the work of R. Gallegos (1884-1969); this was perfectly explainable, both for the intrinsic value of the writer,...

Palestine from 1993 to 2000

Palestine from 1993 to 2000

From Oslo to Camp David (1993 to 2000): In the wake of the Madrid Middle East Peace Conference (1991), the first approaches to solving the Palestine question were brought about by the secret negotiations...

Greek Arts

Greek Arts

Greek art, in the narrower sense the art of the Greeks from around the 11th to the 1st century BC. Chr. The geometric art (.. Approximately 1000-700 BC) is the first independent Greek art;...

Vietnamese Music

Vietnamese Music

Vietnam [ viεt- ] is a country in Southeast Asia with (2018) 95.5 million residents; The capital is Hanoi. Vietnamese music [viεt-].Vietnamese music, which has been historically tangible since the 10th century, is shaped...

Visit Worth Seeing Cities in Vietnam

Visit Worth Seeing Cities in Vietnam

Here you will find study trips and round trips through the metropolises of Vietnam Hanoi Discover Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, on a round trip. The most famous sights of Hanoi include the Old...

International Musical Eisteddfodd

Attractions in Wales

With Wales you encounter a piece of the United Kingdom… and in a certain way – especially historically – to England, which borders on the west. In addition, Wales borders on the Irish Sea,...

Burgundy, France

Burgundy, France

Burgundy Burgundy is a region in central France. The region consists of four departments. The capital of Burgundy is Dijon. Burgundy is a region with a rich tradition: the area was already quite densely...

Mexico Education

Mexico Education and Science

Basic education According to UNICEF, the Mexican nation has achieved important achievements in educational matters in recent decades [26] . Coverage in primary education in Mexico has become almost universal, representing an achievement of national public policy in...

Bahamas Culture

Bahamas Economy and Culture

Economy Bahamas is a stable developing country. Tourism is the main source of wealth, however under new economic policy guidelines they have obtained good results in the industrial field and banking activities. Tourism alone...

United Kingdom Politics 2011

United Kingdom Politics

Great Britain and Northern Ireland have neither a codified constitution nor a constitutional law of higher rank than ordinary statute law. The constitutional order is largely based on unwritten law (Common Law) or on...

How to Get to Dominica

How to Get to Dominica

If you are looking for a still untouched nature and an individual vacation, Dominica is sure to find one of the most dreamy places on earth. Dominica is part of the Lesser Antilles and is...

Uruguay Geography

Uruguay Geography

According to topb2bwebsites, Uruguay is the smallest Spanish-speaking state in South America. The country is located west of Argentina and south of Brazil and has a population of around 3.5 million. Typical for Uruguay...

Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City is located in the central highlands of Mexico at an altitude of over 2000 m. The city is the most important economic and cultural center in the country. The urban agglomeration with...

Nigeria Overview

Nigeria Overview

Nigeria borders in the west with Benin, in the north with Niger, in the northeast with Chad (Lake Chad), in the east and southeast with Cameroon. The coastal plain on the Gulf of Guinea...

Iraq World Heritages

Iraq World Heritages

Erbil Citadel (World Heritage) The citadel of Erbil is a fortified settlement hill (tell) with an almost oval floor plan in Erbil, the autonomous region of Kurdistan in northern Iraq. The facades of buildings...

Information about Thailand

Information about Thailand

Thailand is vast and offers the most beautiful beaches, exciting cultural experiences and an unforgettable and addictive cuisine. Whether you want to dive for exotic fish and colorful corals, hike in the tropical rainforest...

Lesotho History

Lesotho History

About 25,000 years BC The San, nomadic hunters and gatherers, settled in what is now the state. Of their numerous cave paintings, around 5,000 can still be found in Lesotho. The Sotho nation began...

The Spanish Bar

The Spanish Bar

A center of life – the bar in Spain Spain is the land of bars. However, this should not be taken to include the usual restaurants with a rather dubious reputation in other countries....

Latvia Culture

Latvia Culture and Traditions

TRADITIONS According to a2zcamerablog, Latvia is a country located in Europe. Latvian traditions are fundamentally linked to peasant life and the rhythms that mark it, so you can recognize the influence of pagan rituals....

Kazanlak Thracian Tomb (World Heritage)

Kazanlak Thracian Tomb (World Heritage)

The Thracian dome grave from the 4th century BC is a reminder of the Hellenistic period. The masterful fresco painting found in the burial place serves as a valuable reference to the way of...

Ruined City of Sigiriya (World Heritage)

Ruined City of Sigiriya (World Heritage)

The ruined city north of Kandy on a granite rock was once an important fortress and residence of King Kassapas (477– 495 AD) with a palace, cisterns, frescoes, rock caves and water gardens. The...

Augsburg, Germany Sightseeing

Augsburg, Germany Sightseeing

Highlights Fugger houses The houses of Augsburg’s most famous family stand along Maximilianstrasse and go back to the years between 1512 and 1515. Heavily damaged in the Second World War, all damage caused by...