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Climate and Weather of Côte d’Azur, France

The climate of the Côte d’Azur According to Existingcountries.com, the azure blue sea water is where the coastal strip from Saint-Tropez to the French-Italian border owes the name Côte d’Azur. This stretch of coast is known for its wonderful sun-drenched Mediterranean climate, with an average of about three thousand hours of sunshine per year and… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Aunu’u, American Samoa

The climate of Aunu’u According to Ehuacom.com, the volcanic island of Aunu’u belongs to American Samoa, which is an overseas territory that belongs to the United States. American Samoa is again part of the larger archipelago of the Samoa Islands. Aunu’u is found in the eastern part of this group. The island is completely car-free… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Maroua, Cameroon

The climate of Maroua According to Citypopulationreview, Maroua is located in the northernmost part of Cameroon on the Ferngo and Kaliao rivers. Maroua is located in the province of Extrême-Nord, of which it is also the capital. Waza National Park is located just outside the city. This popular game park includes elephants, giraffes, antelopes, lions… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Aleppo, Syria

The climate of Aleppo Aleppo is located in northwestern Syria and is one of the oldest continuously inhabited places in the world. Signs of habitation from more than 6000 BC have been found in Aleppo. The old historic center of the city has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986. The city is home… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Bijelo Polje, Montenegro

The climate of Bijelo Polje Bijelo Polje is located in the northeast of Montenegro, on the Lim River. Bijelo Polje is located in a hilly part of the country, in a valley dominated by the Lim River. This region has been inhabited since the Bronze Age, partly because of its sheltered location. Due to its… Read More »

Climate and Weather in Abomey, Benin

The climate of Abomey According to Bridgat, Abomey is located in the south of Benin in the department of Zou. When Benin was still called the Kingdom of Dahomey, Abomey was the capital of the country. The ruins of the royal palaces are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These palaces also house the historical museum… Read More »

Tours to Maldives

One of the most attractive exotic destinations is the Maldives. Tours to this wonderful place are becoming more and more popular among the sophisticated public. The Republic of Maldives is located in the equatorial waters of the Indian Ocean, about 700 km southwest of Sri Lanka and is a chain of 20 atolls, which, in… Read More »

Skiing in South Korea

The ski season in South Korea lasts from December to March, but most of the country’s ski resorts are also focused on recreation in the summer, golf courses and various attractions are equipped here. An important feature of ski resorts is that they are located near the capital of the country – Seoul. In the… Read More »

Places of Interest in Havana, Cuba

Its name arises from the fusion of the name of the saint chosen as patron (San Cristóbal) and the name by which he was known in his first settlements: Havana. Although there are several hypotheses of the origin of this name, the most accepted derives it from the name of a Taíno chief called Habaguanex [abaguanéks], who controlled the… Read More »

What to See in Switzerland

Bern (Switzerland) According to the UNESCO catalog, Bern is one of the world’s largest cultural heritage sites. Here, the Middle Ages are intertwined with modern history, creating a unique image of this city. Here are the diplomatic missions of almost all countries. Bern was founded in 1191 by Duke Bertohold V of Zäringem. The first… Read More »

What to See in Valle d’Aosta (Italy)

La Thuile, Valle d’Aosta (Italy) According to Vaultedwatches.com, the La Thuile ski resort is located at the foot of Mont Blanc at an altitude of 1441 m. It is adjacent to another popular Italian ski center Courmayeur . La Thuile is close to the Petit St. Bernard Pass which links Italy and France. Together with… Read More »

Falkland Islands Economics and Telecommunications

Economics Economy overview: According to Thenailmythology.com, the economy was formerly based on agriculture, mainly sheep farming, but today fishing constitutes the main economic activity. In 1987, the government began selling licenses to foreign trawlers to fish in the exclusive economic zone of the Falkland Islands. These licenses bring in more than $40 million a year,… Read More »

Listvyanka, Russia

The village of Listvyanka is the most popular recreation area in the vicinity of Irkutsk. It is located about 60 km southeast of Irkutsk on the northwestern shore of Lake Baikal at the source of the Angara River. The village is the starting point for traveling around Lake Baikal, the Circum-Baikal Railway, the Baikal National… Read More »

Washington Monument

Washington Monument (Washington, USA) — description, history, location, reviews, photos and videos. The Washington Monument National has been at the top of the list of the most sought-after attractions in the United States for many years. About 6 million people visit it every year. Despite its impressive size, the obelisk is not able to accommodate… Read More »

Long Beach, California

Guide to Long Beach: how to get there and where to stay, what to see and where to go in the evening. Highlights of Long Beach: fresh reviews and photos, places to see, signature entertainment and shopping. Long Beach is a major coastal city in Southern California, right on the southeastern border of Los Angeles.… Read More »

Vietnam Travel Tips

There is absolutely no religious fanaticism and racial prejudice in the country, therefore, in general, traveling around the country is considered safe (the country is one of the ten safest places in Eurasia). According to Sunglassestracker.com, the main problem is always and everywhere petty theft and importunity of local residents. Private traders and ordinary citizens… Read More »

Congo River

Great river of West Africa, for its vastness of basin and course development among the largest on the Earth, and, for its flow rate, inferior only to the Amazon River. The length of its path, starting from the origins of the Ciambesi, considered as its main spring branch, is approximately 4640 km., While its distance… Read More »

Lebanon Brief History

According to Sourcemakeup.com, Lebanon is an Middle Eastern state on the Mediterranean, bordering Israel and Syria, whose history it shared until the foundation of an autonomous state with this name, in 1920. From the Islamic conquest (634) to the end of the Ottoman period, the territory of the present Lebanon had given refuge, in its mountainous… Read More »

Philippines Attractions and Nightlife

Attractions Luzon Luzón is the largest and northernmost of the main islands. The landscape is made up of mountainous regions in the north, a plain in the interior, the lakes and volcanoes of the northern peninsula and the coast with its bays and sandbanks. Mindanao and the South At the southwestern tip of Mindanao lies Zamboanga… Read More »

Bering Sea

In the northern Pacific Ocean, there is the sea known as the Bering Sea, which stretches between Alaska and Siberia. The Bering Sea merges with the Arctic Ocean via the Bering Strait and separates two continents, but it is believed that there has previously been a land bridge between Russia and the USA. The sea… Read More »

Science and Culture of Ireland

According to Educationvv, public spending on education exceeds 6% of GDP. Compulsory education lasts from 6 to 15 years of age. Education in primary, secondary and – since 1996 – higher education is free. Primary and secondary schools are parochial and receive financial support from the state. The second stage is represented by private and… Read More »

Science and Culture of Argentina

According to the 1993 education law, the education system in Argentina includes: pre-school education for children aged 3-5 years, compulsory 9-year basic education (for children 6-14 years old). The number of students in compulsory schools is 5.153 million (2000). Secondary (“polymodal”) education has a 3 + 2 scheme (the basic cycle of secondary school is… Read More »

Shopping and Eating in Boracay Island, Philippines

Shopping The color of Boracay can be fully experienced by visiting the numerous colorful bazaars with souvenirs, local delicacies, handicrafts and exotic curiosities. A lot of shops and markets, shopping centers of all sizes – here you can spend hours looking, watching and wondering. The island’s largest shopping street, D’Mall, runs between White Beach and… Read More »

Sao Paulo and Lencois, Brazil

Sao Paulo Modern Sao Paulo is one of the largest cities in the southern hemisphere: more than 19 million people live in the city and its surrounding areas. Sao Paulo is the financial and industrial center of Brazil, one of the richest cities in the world. Many German and American companies are based in São… Read More »

Safari In India

India Travel Experience with TAJ SAFARIS The Taj company invites you to explore the amazing, full of mysteries and beauty of the jungle world of India. Ancient giant trees, the singing of forest birds, herds of peacefully grazing axis (a type of deer) convey the atmosphere of an untouched jungle and a travel experience unlike… Read More »

Cape Verde Islands

The archipelago consists of 10 large and 5 small islands, divided into “leeward” and “windward” groups. The windward group includes Santo Antao, San Vicente, San Nicolau, the uninhabited island of Santa Luzia, Sal and Boa Vista.. In the “lee” – Santiago (Santiago), Brava (Brava), Fogo (Fogo) and Maio (Maio). C AL – deserted island of… Read More »

The Pentagon for Tourists

The Pentagon on the banks of the Potomac is a building where the number 5 is of great importance. It is laid out in the form of a pentagram, with each side of the pentagon in turn consisting of five parallel rows of buildings, the so-called rings. Each of these rings in turn consists of… Read More »

Greece Population Statistical Data

If we consider only the absolute data of the overall population of the Greek state, it must be recognized that it has had a very large increase in the past century: in large part, it is true, due to subsequent acquisitions of new territories, but in part also precisely due to the high value of… Read More »