Germany Fast Facts

Germany Fast Facts

Of course, Germany should not be missing from my profile collection. My home country is in the heart of Europe, bordering Denmark , Netherlands , Belgium , Luxembourg , France, Switzerland , Austria , Poland and the Czech Republic. In the north, the North and Baltic Sea coasts lure, in the south the foothills of […]

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Isle of Man

Isle of Man, United Kingdom

Overview Viking and Celtic heritage combine in interesting ways on the charismatic Isle of Man. Scenic highlights include the picturesque national glens, or glens, the bays of the south coast and 621m high Snaefell, from where on a clear day you can see England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. The Isle of Man is home to […]

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Geography of Serbia

Geography of Serbia

Serbia and Montenegro is located mainly on the Balkan Peninsula, a small part north of the Danube and Sava is part of Central Europe. It extends from north to south between 46°11′ and 41°50′ north latitude, from east to west between 18°26′ and 23°00′ east longitude. From the southwest it is washed by the Adriatic […]

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Tourist Areas of Sardinia, Italy

Tourist Areas of Sardinia, Italy

Costa Smeralda (Costa Smeralda, Emerald Coast)located on the northeast coast of Sardinia. This corner delights with its marvelous beauty: a truly emerald-crystal sea and emerald greenery of lush gardens, as well as 55 km of magnificent beaches with pearl sand, bizarre rocks and bays that look like fjords, ancient towns with unique architecture, luxurious hotels […]

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Estonia Language and Literature

Estonia Language and Literature

LANGUAGE Estonian belongs to the Balto-Finnic group of the Finno-Ugric language family. It separated from the common Finnish relatively recently. In phonetics we note a complicated system of quantitative alternations and the gradual extinction of the vowel harmony. There are two main varieties: the northern one, or of Tallinn, which is the basis of the […]

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Switzerland Neutrality

Switzerland Neutrality

Neutrality – in its complex conceptualization – is an integral part of Swiss history and a value rooted in the conscience of Swiss citizens. This principle has its roots in the battle of Marignano in 1515 but it is in the Vienna Congress of the post-Napoleonic Restoration that it finds an explicit ruling also at […]

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Greece History - The Aetolian and Achaean Leagues 3

Greece History – The Aetolian and Achaean Leagues and the Republican Awakening Part 3

Perhaps this was the occasion for the expansion of the republican movement in northern Greece. When Alexander, the son of Pyrrhus, died, in Epirus the Eacid dynasty, although feeling weak it had resorted to the support of Macedonia, was overwhelmed, and, established a federative republic centered in Phoenix, Epirus allied itself with the Aetoli, while […]

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Greece History - The Aetolian and Achaean Leagues 2

Greece History – The Aetolian and Achaean Leagues and the Republican Awakening Part 2

But, despite so many disasters, the spirit of freedom was still alive in Greece. It had established itself, almost inadvertently, in the northern canton of the Peloponnese, Achaia, where the Achaean cities, starting from 281-280, had gradually organized themselves into a solid federal state, constituted on the example of that that on the other side […]

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Greece Archaeology and Ancient Arts 1

Greece Archaeology and Ancient Arts Part 1

Excavations and discoveries. – According to Insidewatch, the intense excavation activity combined with the architectural restoration and reorganization of old and new museums, as well as the numerous scientific publications of the materials, has brought decisive contributions and very often substantial revisions to the historical framework of the ancient civilizations (see also athens ; attic […]

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Greece border

Greece Name and Boundaries

Name The name given in Western languages ​​to the more strictly peninsular part of the current Balkan Peninsula derives from the denomination of Graeci, under which the Romans (like the Italics in general) knew its residents in historical times. The origin of this ethnic group is not entirely sure, some connecting it, on the basis of […]

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Germany Arts

Germany Arts

German art had, after 1945, to be linked to the period before 1933 because the Nazi regime had systematically stifled any truly creative artistic activity. Already around 1933 most of the artists had fled abroad and did not return to Germany even after the war. The effects of this emigration were particularly felt in the […]

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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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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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