Lisbon, Portugal History
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Lisbon, Portugal History

It is located in the west of Portugal, on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, on the right bank (to the north) of the estuary of the Tagus River. The city occupies an area of 84.8 km². The city limits, contrary to what usually happens in large cities, are well defined within the limits of the historical […]

Liechtenstein Country Overview
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Liechtenstein Country Overview

According to militarynous.com, the Principality of Liechtenstein is a small German-speaking Alpine country doubly nestled by Switzerland and Austria. It is the last remnant of the Holy Roman Empire and an independent nation with very close ties to Switzerland. It enjoys a very high standard of living and is home to some incredibly beautiful mountain scenery. The capital of the principality, Vaduz, is […]

Latvia Country Overview
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Latvia Country Overview

Latvia. The Republic of Latvia is one of the Baltic states. It was an independent republic from the end of World War I until 1940. It is located on the northeastern shore of the Baltic Sea. It is bordered to the north by Estonia, to the east by the Russian Federation, to the southeast by Belarus and to the south by Lithuania. […]

Romania Law
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Romania Law

The starting point of Romanian law is found in Roman law, brought to Dacia by Roman colonists in the early years of the century. II d. C. and applied for more than one hundred and sixty years alongside the leges moresque peregrinorum. We do not know what these norms were in Dacia. Concrete proof of […]

Russia Literature Gogol and Realism
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Russia Literature: Gogol and Realism

The bitterness and exaltation of this world aroused by fantasy subsided in NV Gogol (1809-1852), the absolute master of realism. He approached fiction with tales full of life, in which one breathed nature (Veglie at the farm near Dicanca, 1830-32), then stroked the popular sensibility with the sanguine and full-bodied (1835). So far Gogol was […]

Transportation of Berlin, Germany
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Population and Transportation of Berlin, Germany

Population and Religion The population census of 1939 showed the highest level in the city’s history with 4.34 million residents. At the end of 1945 Berlin had a population of 3.027 and 1950 of 3.34 million. Immigration restrictions for Berlin (East), the end of the resettlement flows from the former German eastern regions and the […]

Leeds Castle, U.K.
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Leeds Castle, U.K.

The British nicknamed Leeds Castle the “loveliest castle in the world” and that’s true, because the moated castle near Maidstone is really exceptionally beautiful. Leeds Castle has almost a thousand years of history, was a Norman castle and privately owned by six British queens for around 300 years. Today the property is one of the […]

Hossa National Park, Finland
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Hossa National Park, Finland

Hossa National Park Attractions Finland’s 40th National Park is located in the middle of the country near the eastern border with Russia. The beautiful wilderness of the Hossa National Park in Finland is an excellent destination: the paths running along pine forests are ideal for hiking and cycling and the crystal clear lakes for canoeing […]

Turkey Ankara Places to Visit
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Turkey 2007

Yearbook 2007 Turkey. The year was marked by elections, constitutional crisis and arms rattle. A crucial battle was around the presidential post. The president is elected by Parliament and has been the strongest guarantor of the secular state since Turkey was founded. The ruling Islamist Justice and Development Party AKP’s candidate, Foreign Minister Abdullah G邦l, […]

Czech Republic Geography
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Czech Republic Geography

Czech Republic (in Czech language: Česká republika ). According to educationvv, it is a central European state, bordered to the north by the Republic of Poland, to the east by Slovakia, to the south by Austria, and to the west by Germany. It is made up of the traditional regions of Bohemia and Moravia and has an area of 78,866 km2, comparable to that of Portugal, Austria or Ireland. It is a landlocked […]

British Empire
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British Empire

British Empire, formerly the name for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and its colonial empire. After the collapse of the colonial empire, that emerged as a loose association Commonwealth of Nations. Britain Britanni | en, Latin Britannia, old name for England and Scotland, probably of Celtic origin. On the prehistory and […]

Roma, Italy
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Roma, Italy

Roma, former province (since 2015 Città metropolitana) in Latium, Italy, 5 352 km 2, 4.35 million residents; The administrative seat is in Rome. Goethe in Rome Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in Rome From his autobiographical work »Italian Journey« (1816–17) Rome, November 22nd, 1786, on the Feast of Cecilia. I must keep the memory of this […]

Cantabria, Spain
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Galicia and Cantabria, Spain

Galicia in Spain One of the autonomous communities of Spain is Galicia. The area of ​​this community is located in the northwest of the country. The four provinces of La Coruna,Lugo, Qurense and Potevedra divide the area among each other. The name was given to theregionfrom the Celtic Galläker, which also means Callaici in Latin. […]

Czech Literature
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Czech Literature

Czech literature, literature in the Czech language. Middle Ages According to andyeducation, Czech did not establish itself as a literary language until the 13th and 14th centuries. Century through. This was preceded by the very earliest approaches to Czech literature that were related to the missionary work of the “Slav apostles” Kyrillosand Methodius (9th century, […]

Principality and Kingdom of Bulgaria
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Principality and Kingdom of Bulgaria (1878 to 1944/46)

In the preliminary peace of San Stefano (March 3, 1878; national holiday since 1988), a Greater Bulgarian state was created which, in addition to the heartland, should also include access to the Aegean Sea with most of Macedonia and Thrace. Under British and Austrian influence, the Berlin Congress reduced(July 1, 1878) this Russian dictation on […]

Malta Attractions
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Malta Attractions and Tourist

Attractions in Malta It is impossible to see all the attractions and sights of Malta during a holiday. Then you should at least have both a long holiday and a total blow in beach life and sun and bath. The travel plan gives you whatever you just need to take with you on holiday in […]

Mallorca Attractions
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Mallorca Attractions and Tourist

Tourist in Mallorca For many, will the holiday mainly be about long days at the beach with swimming and various water activities such as swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, deep sea fishing or maybe water skiing? However, there is much else one can experience in Mallorca. Palma in Mallorca Majorca’s capital Palma is located on the […]

Manchester Attractions
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Manchester Attractions and Tourist

Attractions in Manchester All high-cultural excuses have excused us, because in Manchester football is the biggest attraction. At the center, though not geographically, stands the theater of dreams, Old Trafford. However, there are a number of other attractions and sights as well. So you don’t actually have to be a sports idiot to visit Manchester! […]

SIGHTS OF TURKU
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SIGHTS OF TURKU

Turku Cathedral is one of the city’s most important attractions. Turku symbols – church and castle Turku Castle is one of the symbols of the city. The foundations of the castle were built in 1284, and it has served as a medieval defensive castle, an administrative building during the time of Duke John, the court […]

GRAZ
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Graz Travel Guide

Graz is a historic city in Austria, surrounded by idyllic nature. Graz is the second largest city in Austria with about 250,000 inhabitants. Graz is especially known for its well-preserved historic center and Castle Mountain, where only the ruins and the bell tower of the ancient fortress remain. GRAZ AS A TRAVEL DESTINATION Graz’s beautiful historic […]

Sweden Stockholm Places to Visit
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Sweden Energy

Energy The size of energy use in Sweden has changed slightly between 1970 and 2017. As the population increased during the same period, this means that per capita energy consumption has decreased. This is due to more efficient use and that the composition of the business community has changed. The use has to some extent […]

Albania Tirana Places to Visit
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Albania 2007

Yearbook 2007 Albania. The ruling right-wing coalition suffered a stinging defeat when municipal elections were held in February. The opposition bloc, led by the Socialist Party PSSH, won in a majority of municipalities, including the capital Tirana. The government coalition only won in one major city: Shkodër. As a result of the weak result, Prime […]

Andorra Andorra la Vella Places to Visit
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Andorra 2007

Yearbook 2007 Andorra. Prime Minister Albert Pintat Santolària refurnished the government in May. According to CountryAAH, Andorra is the capital city of Andorra. The number of ministers was reduced from eleven to nine. Two ministers retained their previous post, five were given new duties and two were added. Andorra weather in March, April and May […]

Austria Vienna Places to Visit
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Austria 2007

Yearbook 2007 Austria. Shortly after New Year, Austria was given a new government. The deadlock after the parliamentary elections in October was resolved when the Social Democratic SPÖ and the conservative ÖVP formed a so-called large coalition. SPÖ had won the election over the previous ruling party ÖVP by a small margin. Together, the two […]

Belarus Minsk Places to Visit
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Belarus 2007

Yearbook 2007 Belarus is a country located in Eastern Europe. Faced with the threat of shut down gas supplies from Russia, Belarus agreed at the New Year more than doubled the Russian gas price. At the same time, Russia imposed export tax on crude oil to Belarus. As a result, the country lost large revenue […]

Belgium Brussels Places to Visit
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Belgium 2007

Yearbook 2007 Belgium. In a satirical ad on the e-commerce site eBay in September, the whole of Belgium was offered for sale, as “a kingdom, in three parts”. Any buyers were advised to buy one of the parts Flanders, Wallonia or Brussels. The background to the ad, which was soon removed from the site, was […]

Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo Places to Visit
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Bosnia and Herzegovina 2007

Yearbook 2007 Bosnia and Herzegovina. In January, Bosnian Legion Nikola Špiric was commissioned to form a coalition government following the All-Bosnian parliamentary elections held in October. Špiric’s predominantly Bosnian Serbian Independent Social Democrats’ party, SNSD, had made strong progress in the election. Parliament approved the new seven-party government in February. In the same month, the […]

Bulgaria Sofia Places to Visit
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Bulgaria 2007

Yearbook 2007 Bulgaria. On New Year’s Day, Bulgaria joined the EU. “A dream came true today,” Prime Minister Sergei Stanisev said in a speech on New Year’s Day about the coveted membership. In March, an EU minister was appointed and in May the country’s first 18 EU parliamentarians were elected. But at the same time, […]

Croatia Zagreb Places to Visit
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Croatia 2007

Yearbook 2007 Croatia. According to CountryAAH, Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia. The opposition leader and former Prime Minister Ivica Rac̆an passed away in April. He resigned from the post of leader of the Social Democrats a few weeks before he died, when cancer of the brain was detected. Rac̆an was prime minister in […]

Czech Republic Prague Places to Visit
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Czech Republic 2007

Yearbook 2007 Czech Republic. In January, the Czech Republic gained a new government after nearly eight months of political stalemate. According to CountryAAH, Prague is the capital city of Czech Republic. Former Prime Minister Mirek Topolánek also led the new coalition, consisting of his Democratic National Party (ODS), the Christian Democratic Union and the Green […]

Denmark Copenhagen Places to Visit
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Denmark 2007

Yearbook 2007 Denmark. Copenhagen was hit by worse street ravages during the year than usual. The conflict between young activists and police involved the disputed Youth House on Nørrebro, which was sold to a church and was to be demolished. Several violent riots preceded the big battle in early March, when the police took action […]

Estonia Tallinn Places to Visit
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Estonia 2007

Yearbook 2007 Estonia. The year was dominated by the battle for the so-called Bronze Soldier in Tallinn. It was a Soviet war memorial commemorating the Red Army’s victory over the German Nazis, but the Estonians saw the statue as a symbol of the Soviet occupation. Next to the monument were Soviet soldiers buried. According to […]

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Faroe Islands 2007

Yearbook 2007 Faroe Islands. The Faroe Islands planned record-high investments in new tunnel construction during the year. The Lagtinget decided to build a road tunnel about 12 kilometers below the sea between Streymoy and Suðuroy for the equivalent of close to SEK 1 billion. In addition, the autonomous government negotiated with private contractors a similar […]

Finland Helsinki Places to Visit
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Finland 2007

Yearbook 2007 Finland. The parliamentary elections in March became a victory for the bourgeois parties, which meant that the Social Democrats had to leave the center-led coalition government. Opposition Party The Collective Party emerged as the big winner. With the new party leader Jyrki Katainen, the party made its second best choice to date, winning […]

France Paris Places to Visit
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France 2007

Yearbook 2007 France. In January, the Union Government for a People’s Movement (UMP) appointed Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy as its candidate for the presidential election. Sitting President Jacques Chirac announced in March that he would not run for a third term. Sarkozy’s main opponent was the Socialist Party’s Ségolène Royal, but the temperature of the […]

Germany Berlin Places to Visit
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Germany 2007

Yearbook 2007 Germany. According to CountryAAH, Berlin is the capital city of Germany. Mounir Motassadeq was sentenced in January to 15 years in prison for assisting al-Qaeda members in the plans for the September 9, 2001 terrorist attack against the United States. This was the third time the Hamburg court sentenced Motassadeq, who again denied […]

Greece Athens Places to Visit
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Greece 2007

Yearbook 2007 Greece. According to CountryAAH, Athens is the capital city of Greece. At least 67 people were killed and 200,000 hectares of coniferous forests, olive groves and agricultural land were ravaged by violent fires in August, especially in the southern part of the mainland. Many suspected that the fires were caused by people who […]

Hungary Budapest Places to Visit
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Hungary 2007

Yearbook 2007 Hungary. In March, clashes took place in the capital Budapest between police and right-wing protesters. The unrest began when the police seized nationalist leader György Budaházy. Concern was preceded by a meeting in which British annihilator David Irving spoke. The meeting was held on the anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848, which […]

Iceland Reykjavik Places to Visit
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Iceland 2007

Yearbook 2007 Iceland. The general election in May became a success for the state-carrying Independence Party, which during its 16 years in power led Iceland from being a small fishing nation to a country with strong economy and international financial players. At the same time, the government’s toughest opponent won the Left – Green votes […]

Ireland Dublin Places to Visit
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Ireland 2007

Yearbook 2007 Ireland. On January 1, the Irish became one of the EU’s 23 official languages. In the early 1990s, Prime Minister Bertie Ahern, who was then Finance Minister, received gifts and large loans from friends and business representatives he did not publicly disclose. He maintained that he had made no mistakes, but the trips […]