Ushuaia, Argentina

Ushuaia, Argentina

Ushuaia, Argentina: Ushuaia is located in Argentina, has around 64,000 inhabitants and is the southernmost city in the world. Ushuaia is located in Argentina, has around 64,000 inhabitants and is considered the southernmost city in the world. Puerto Williams, located on the Chilean island of Navarino, would also like to claim this title, but has […]

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Attractions in Hiroshima, Japan

Attractions in Hiroshima, Japan

Hiroshima, Japan: The city gained notoriety The city in the southwest of the Japanese Peninsula gained notoriety on August 6, 1945. When one hears the name of the city of Hiroshima, one inevitably associates it with the atomic bombing in World War II and the unspeakable suffering and deaths that this nuclear attack caused for […]

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Budapest, Hungary Culture

Budapest, Hungary Culture

Integrity The extended property demarcation meets integrity requirements as it includes attributes of outstanding universal value and its historical and structural role is preserved in the urban fabric. Despite the dilapidated or missing buildings in some parts and especially in the Buda Castle district, and despite the reconstructions within the panorama of the banks of […]

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Travel to Germany

Travel to Germany

Best travel time for Germany Basically, every season of the year is suitable for a trip in Germany, the chosen travel time depends heavily on the desired holiday activities. Most holidaymakers come between May and September, during which time there are often traffic jams, accommodations are often fully booked and the sights are overcrowded. Summer […]

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Traveling in Honduras

Traveling in Honduras

Honduras climate According to Bridgat, Honduras has a tropical climate that is temperate in the higher elevations inland. Due to the mountainous topography of Honduras, the local climate varies considerably depending on the altitude. In the always humid Caribbean lowlands, the average annual temperature is around 25 ° C. In the winter-dry Pacific region, the […]

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Carpathian hiking trip, Romania

Carpathian Hiking Trip, Romania

Basic travel information Romania is an excellent destination for active travel. The Carpathian Mountains separate the Transylvania region from the southern parts of Romania. On a Carpathian hiking trip, we hiked in beautiful mountain scenery and got to know the interesting history of Transylvania and the rest of Romania, as well as the picturesque natural […]

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Asia Modern History

Asia Modern History

Since the beginning of the 16th century, the Islamic area was ruled by the Safavids in Persia (Iran, history), the Mughals in India and the Ottoman Empire (Turkey, history); The latter also seized large parts of southern Europe and was not finally prevented from advancing further into Central Europe until the Battle of Kahlenberg near […]

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Europe Energy

Europe Energy

The most important European electricity producers are – in that order – Russia, Germany, France, Great Britain, Spain and Italy. In the combination of the primary energies used for electricity generation, there are in some cases significant differences between the European countries. While the energy mix is ​​relatively different in countries such as Germany, Spain […]

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Travel to Asia

Travel to Asia

Join Tourist Travel and experience the real Asia Asia offers unique experiences in amazing surroundings. Our strongest starting point in Asia is in Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, India, China and Uzbekistan, and from here we offer a wealth of opportunities. We travel with a Danish tour guide or at tailor-made, individually arranged events. This is true […]

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Scotland Geography

Interesting details The geography of Scotland is very varied. In general, it is divided into the flat lowlands in the south and the mountainous highlands in the north and west of the country. The gentle curves of the Highlands bear witness to the last inland freezing of Europe. Scotland’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, is also the […]

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Ciudad Perdida

Travel to Colombia

Experience trekking, the Caribbean Sea and the Andes on a trip to Colombia A trip to the South American country of Colombia can, with its location next to the Caribbean Sea, among other things offer delicious sandy beaches. On your journey you will also have the opportunity to experience the Andes Mountains that stretch across […]

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Eating in Solomon Islands

Typical Solomon Islands

Naturally blond? Did you know that only two in 100 people on earth even have blonde hair? And they don’t just live in Sweden, Holland or anywhere else in Northern Europe. No, there are also people in the Solomon Islands with blonde hair – but at the same time dark skin color. Every tenth person […]

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Plant Extractivism in Brazil

Plant Extractivism in Brazil

The great variety of vegetal formations in Brazil favors vegetal extractivism , which consists in the collection of products not cultivated directly from nature, exploited with little technology or with rudimentary techniques and equipment. There are several products of vegetal extraction in Brazil, which vary from region to region. Some of the most characteristic are […]

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Spain travel guide 2

Spain Travel Guide

Spain quick facts Capital: Madrid Form of government: Parliamentary hereditary monarchy Population: 46,438,422 General emergency call: 112 Emergency fire brigade: 085 Country code: +34 Electric voltage: 230 V. The Spaniards are open, sociable people and take every opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and the sun. The cozy chat with neighbors and acquaintances on the street […]

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England travel guide 1

United Kingdom Travel Guide

England quick facts Capital: London State form: constitutional monarchy Population: 66,650,000 (2019) Police emergency number: 112 Emergency ambulance: 999 Country code: +44 Electric voltage: 240 volts The British are a bunch of their own: They are very polite, have a fixed time for their afternoon tea , drive on the left and are known for […]

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