Italy Fast Facts

Italy Fast Facts

Italy is located on the Mediterranean Sea and is a popular holiday destination for many Germans. The country borders directly on Switzerland, Austria, San Marino, France, Slovenia and the Vatican. The latter is a city-state within Rome. Italy offers beautiful, varied, Mediterranean landscapes, has beautiful islands and impressive cities that are worth a visit at […]

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Public Transport in Turkey

Public Transport in Turkey

PUBLIC TRANSPORT OPTIONS. DOMODEDOVO ( www.domodedovo.ru ). Aeroexpress from the Paveletskaya metro station (exit to the Paveletsky railway station) Moscow Paveletskaya – Domodedovo Airport – Moscow Paveletskaya (departure from 06.00 to 04.00 every 30 minutes, travel time 40-45 minutes, cost: 500 rubles – adult. Electric train (electric train) from the metro station “Paveletskaya” “Moscow Paveletskaya” […]

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Milan, Italy

Milan, Italy

The ancient capital of Lombardy impresses with its eclectic atmosphere. Milan is a city for everyone and for everyone. Connoisseurs of architecture are inspired by the unsurpassed beauty of the grand Duomo, the ancient Sforza Castle or the elegant gallery of Vittorio Emmanuel. Art lovers can enjoy the legendary “Last Supper” by Leonardo de Vinci […]

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Switzerland Literature 2

Switzerland Literature

The war, by isolating the China from the mother cultures, forcing it to rediscover the spiritual ferments of survival in its own bosom, has certainly restored strength and vigor to the Confederation’s literatures. The creation of the Pro Helvetia Foundation, a true stimulating center of Swiss literary and artistic life, will contribute to preserving the […]

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Greece Law

Greece Law

Criminal law is based on the nulla poena sine lege principle. Crimes are divided according to their seriousness into crimes, offenses and fines. The death penalty is preserved, with execution by shooting. In the event of an attempt or reduced imputability, the sentence of imprisonment (10-20 years) is applied instead of the death penalty or life imprisonment and, […]

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Poland Ethnography 2

Poland Ethnography Part 2

We can observe another important coincidence in the SE corner. of Poland. The current line from west to east of the ancient Thracian civilization merges with the current ethnographic border line, which crosses the Ruthenian-speaking territory. Here we certainly have the old frontier that once divided the northern Indo-European lineages from the Thracian ones: on […]

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Poland Ethnography

Poland Ethnography

The wide Polish plains, already swampy and wooded, today intensely populated, which, starting from the Carpazî, extend towards the north, are the center of the general problem represented by the important ethnographic border lines that cross them and are in apparent contrast with the conditions geographic. This fact is a consequence of the prehistoric past: […]

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Sweden Landmarks

Sweden Landmarks

Experience the Kingdom of Sweden in all its splendor! This Scandinavian state not only inspires with breathtaking fjords, glaciers and beautiful natural landscapes, but also with the 28 national parks and the Baltic Sea coast. Meet the friendly people in Sweden’s cities and don’t miss out on exploring Stockholm. In addition to the royal residence, […]

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Turkey Economy

Turkey Economy

Turkey’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2006 was $ 402,710 million, which was $ 5,518.50 per capita. Around 26.8% was contributed by industry, 9.7% by agriculture and 63.5% by the service sector. The economic recovery that occurred during the government of President Turgut Ozal is now over. The government of Prime Minister Tansu Çiller, with the support […]

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German Literature - From the End of the First World War to 1945 2

German Literature: From the End of the First World War to 1945 Part II

Literature under National Socialism As early as the Weimar Republic, “völkisch” literature continued to exist alongside literature oriented towards the modern industrial world and international developments. O. Spengler’s “Downfall of the Occident” (2 volumes, 1918–22) provided the historical-philosophical theory for a scale of values ​​that was hostile to progress and rejected the metropolis (especially Berlin), industrialization and […]

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Music in the GDR

Music in the GDR

Music in the GDR In the GDR, the Association of German Composers and Musicologists, founded in 1951, began to put into practice the theory of socialist realism developed in Soviet art. It was about the popular character and comprehensibility of the musical statement against so-called formalistic tendencies (formalism debate) in the West, which manifested itself […]

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Travel to Europe

Travel to Europe

A fantastic combination of culture, nature and unique experiences Europe offers unique experiences and we cover exciting nooks and crannies of our own lovely continent. Despite the fact that Europe is the second smallest continent in the world, there is no shortage of experiences when traveling around this beautiful continent. Europe can offer a varied […]

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STUTTGART

Stuttgart Travel Guide

The car city of Stuttgart surprises with its wines and greenery. Stuttgart is not only home to Mercedes-Benz and Porsche, but also a lively metropolis surrounded by wine slopes. In lively Stuttgart, Germany, you will get to know the car industry, taste wines and enjoy the atmosphere of a big city. German green car city […]

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