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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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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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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England Overview

Society & everyday life in England Religion The majority of the UK’s population are Christians at around 59 percent. Over 14 million inhabitants (approx. 25.1 percent) also stated that they did not belong to any religion. Most of the Christians feel they belong to the Anglican Church, around 11 million people belong to other Protestant […]

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Spain Overview

Society & everyday life in Spain Religion Religious freedom prevails in Spain. However, 90% of the population are baptized Roman Catholics. The church is particularly important in rural areas. In the cities, faith has taken a back seat, and faith is only lived out at major celebrations such as Easter, Christmas or at weddings. On […]

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In the spa town of Baile Felix, you can spend a pampering holiday cheaply. Cluj-Napoca has a Central European soul Cluj-Napoca is the center of Transylvania, which exudes a Central European urban atmosphere. Street cafes and historic buildings overlap into a lively shopping center, which now also shows a lot of tourists. The main attractions […]

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History of Finland

FROM THE VIKING AGE TO TODAY Finland’s history is characterized by constant changes in the rulers. Both Sweden and Russia claimed the country for themselves for centuries. Despite these adversities, Finland has developed into a modern and democratic state. Learn more about Finland’s exciting past. FINLAND UNDER SWEDISH INFLUENCE After several crusades rocked the country, […]

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Hungary Travel Destinations

In the picturesque landscapes of Hungary, a thriving countryside, lively city life and excellent food await tourists. Hungary can rightly be considered one of the gems of Central Europe, where Eastern traditions and Western way of life meet according to countryaah. For Finns, the price level in the country is still affordable, and Hungary is an exciting […]

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