West Berlin

West Berlin

Forced by the behavior of the SED (primarily due to the SED-controlled occupation of the New Town Hall in the east of the city by violent demonstrators, September 1948) and the Soviet occupying power, the magistrate and the House of Representatives partially relocated their seat to the west of the city, among others. in the …

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Paraguay Country Information

Paraguay Country Information

Paraguay is a landlocked country in South America that borders Bolivia to the north and west, Brazil to the east, and Argentina to the south and west. The name of the state means “water that goes to the water”, derived from the language of the indigenous people, Guaraní. The currency of Paraguay is of the …

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Backpacking on Borneo, Malaysia

Backpacking on Borneo, Malaysia

A travel suggestion for those who have a limited budget but still want to experience Borneo’s highlights, such as orangutans, jungle trekking through lush rainforest, and sun holidays on a tropical island. Experience Sabah backpackerstyle. You visit the famous Sepilok rehabilitation center for orangutans. Further on a river safari along the Kinabatangan River and to …

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Suriname Overivew

Suriname Overivew

TERRITORY: ENVIRONMENT The vegetation is characterized by the equatorial forest, rich in precious essences (Lucuma mammosa, Lecythis ollaria, Copaifera bracteata, Bombax ceiba or Kapok etc.) and which covers almost the entire territory; a strip of mangroves borders the coast and, in the less humid areas, there are savannah areas. Over 90% of the country’s surface …

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Nepal Arts and Traditions

Nepal Arts and Traditions

TRADITIONS According to campingship, Nepal is a country located in Asia. The most notable expression of the custom in Nepal can be found in the spirit that characterizes the participation of the residents in popular festivals. The scanning of the recurrences is structured on the Nepalese calendar, whose starting point is the Indian calendar Bikram …

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Koguryŏ Tombs (World Heritage)

Koguryŏ Tombs (World Heritage)

The Koguryŏ dynasty ruled from 37 BC. BC to 688 AD large areas of northern China and the northern half of the Korean peninsula. In the middle of the 5th century, Pyongyang became the capital of this empire, which was subjugated by the Silla Empire in 688. The tomb complex near Pyongyang is of great …

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Places to Visit in Bordeaux, France

Places to Visit in Bordeaux, France

Churches or sacred institutions Cathédrale St. André The cathedral was inaugurated by Pope Urban II in 1096 and comes close to the enormous dimensions of Notre Dame in Paris. The cathedral in Romanesque-Gothic style has a separate bell tower, which offers a beautiful view. The preserved baroque organ of the cathedral is also worth a …

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Parks and Cemetery in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Parks and Cemetery in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires Botanical Garden The Buenos Aires Botanical Garden (Jardín Botánico Carlos Thays de la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires) is a public garden located in the Palermo district, in the north of the city. It is bordered by Avenida Santa Fe, Avenida Las Heras and Calle República Árabe Siria. According to Abbreviationfinder, Buenos Aires is …

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Beijing Festivals and Events

Beijing Festivals and Events

Beijing: Known People Note You can find numerous people from Beijing, including all the emperors who ruled the empire, at Goruma under the heading “Personalities of China” under the following link. In order to avoid double entries, only relatively few people are shown at this point Aisin Gioro Pu Yi (1906-1967) Born in Beijing, he …

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Venezuela Travel Warning

Venezuela Travel Warning

According to youremailverifier, the Venezuelan government declared a state of emergency on the entire country on May 13, 2016. Violent clashes broke out during political protests. Given this current situation and the ongoing economic and supply shortages in the country, non-urgent travel to Venezuela is not recommended. The following tourist destinations are excluded from this …

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Ethiopia Travel Warning

Ethiopia Travel Warning

At the beginning of January 2017, a hand grenade exploded in front of the Grand Hotel in Bahir Dar and a week later in the entrance area of the Etasal Hotel in Gondar. In the latter incident, one person died and others were injured. According to youremailverifier, the Ethiopian government declared a state of emergency …

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Transportation in Romania

Transportation in Romania

ON THE GO Traveling by plane Tarom (RO) (Internet: www.tarom.ro) flies regularly to Constanta, Arad, Bacau, Caransebes, Baia Mare, Cluj-Napoca, Iasi, Satu Mare, Timisoara, Oradea, Tirgu Mures, Sibiu, Suceava and Tulcea. On the way by car / bus Even the most remote places in Romania can be reached by car. There is now a 334 …

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Transportation in Hungary

Transportation in Hungary

ON THE GO On the way by car / bus According to youremailverifier, Hungary has a well-developed road network (Internet: www.aka.hu). There are eight major thoroughfares; except for the M8, they all start in Budapest. The two main connecting roads from Budapest are the M1 to Hegyeshalom and the M7, which connects Budapest with Lake …

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Peru Everyday Life

Peru Everyday Life

Everyday life in Peru The day usually starts early in Peru. In the country, there is a mate tea for breakfast, along with bread and mote, which are boiled corn kernels. The main meal is at noon. The people here traditionally live in huts made of unfired, air-dried mud bricks, the adobes. Not only here, …

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Tibet Recent History

Tibet Recent History

Tibet in the 18th and 19th centuries In 1717 the Dzungar Mongols invaded Tibet, but were quickly driven from Tibet by the Tibetan army. Due to the unrest in Tibet, the Manchu Emperor K’ang-Hsi managed to gain a foothold in Tibet. In order to secure Manchu influence in Tibet, the Manchu Emperor Yung-Cheng first appointed …

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Madeira Overview

Madeira Overview

Madeira – island of eternal spring Madeira belongs to Portugal and thus to the European Union. Since the uprisings of Madeira’s residents in the 1970s after the so-called “Carnation Revolution” in Portugal, the island has been an autonomous region of Portugal, but still politically and militarily dependent on the mother country. Madeira, together with the …

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History of Gambia – from Senegambia to today

History of Gambia – from Senegambia to today

British West Africa In 1765 Great Britain established its first colony in West Africa on the Senegal and Gambia rivers and named it Senegambia. It belonged to British West Africa. In 1779 the French recaptured their trading establishments in Senegal. They took James Island and destroyed the fort. It was the end of Senegambia. Great …

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Salt Lake City Utah Travel Guide

Salt Lake City Utah Travel Guide

Salt Lake City is the modern capital of Utah. Tourist highlights are a visit to the Salt Lake Temple, the heart of the Mormon temple complex “Temple Square” as well as the Utah State Capitol and the Fort Douglas Military Museum. The city calls itself a ski city – and for good reason. 11 ski …

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Fiji Travel

Fiji Travel

LESSON 1: BULA! = HELLO! GOOD DAY! HOW ARE YOU? Palm beaches, lagoons, coral reefs – Fiji has them all and more! The more than 300 islands in the South Pacific offer pure South Sea feeling . On the two main islands Viti Levu and Vanua Levu you will also find colonial architecture, lively markets …

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Travel to Cook Islands

Travel to Cook Islands

RELAXED ATMOSPHERE IN THE PACIFIC ISLAND PARADISE Northeast of New Zealand, the Cook Islands are far away from everyday stress . According to Youremailverifier.com, the archipelago consists of 15 islands. Rarotonga is the largest island with wonderful mountains and the capital Avarua. From here you should plan a detour to Aitutaki and visit the beautiful …

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The Most Beautiful Hotels In Tuscany

The Most Beautiful Hotels In Tuscany

The Tuscany is one of the most popular destinations in Italy and offers a great landscape also numerous famous buildings that are simply impressive. Visit the Cathedral of Florence, do a winery tour and discover the charming medieval city of Siena – there is a lot to do in Tuscany. Of course, for a successful …

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Mexico City and Puebla

Mexico City and Puebla

Our exciting group trip to Mexico City begins with excursions in the city and its surroundings. The huge capital Mexico City is built on top of the ancient Aztec cult site Tenochtitlán. The center of the Aztec universe, the Templo Mayor, still remains with ruins in the modern Zocaló square. On this large square is …

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Before the trip to Iran

Before the trip to Iran

Alcoholic beverages and drugs are strictly forbidden to bring into the country; importation and trafficking in narcotics may result in the death penalty. Bringing in pork, printed matter, videos, cassettes, CDs, shortwave devices and religious material can be considered culturally sensitive and such goods can be seized by the police. There are some restrictions on …

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Sightseeing in Bulgaria

Sightseeing in Bulgaria

Bulgaria, a Balkan state in south-east Europe, is becoming increasingly important as a holiday destination. The country not only offers beautiful beaches and good conditions for a relaxing beach holiday, but is also rich in architectural highlights and cultural sights. In addition, nature lovers get their money’s worth. The holiday country on the Black Sea …

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Sightseeing in Bali

Sightseeing in Bali

The dreamy Indonesian island of Bali is blessed with great beaches, lush green jungle, breathtaking volcanic areas and impressive temples. The grandiose nature, the sea and all the magical stretches of land are equally suitable for a beach holiday and an active holiday. There is so much to explore on the island of the gods. …

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Kotor Travel Guide

Kotor Travel Guide

Kotor is the beauty of the Adriatic. Kotor is one of the most popular resorts in Montenegro, with its beautiful old town. Montenegro, Kotor is a real gem hidden in a Lonely Planet chose the 2016 top travel destination urban crowd. Kotor, still relatively unknown, enchants the tourist with its magnificent nature. The rugged and …

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