Flores Island

Indonesia Attractions

Java’s volcano Bromo The most beautiful volcanoes on earth are the Bromo and its high neighbor Gunung Semeru on the island of Java. They are located in the area of ​​the Bromo-Tengger-Seremu National Park, which is very popular with tourists. Many visitors come early in the morning so as not to miss the spectacular view […]

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Java, Indonesia

Java, Indonesia

Between the Indonesian islands of Borneo and Java as well as Sumatra and Sulawesi is the shallow sea basin that goes by the name Lake Java. This is a very shallow sea which, via the Karimata Strait, between Belitung and Kalimantan, is connected to the South China Sea and the Pacific Ocean. In the southwest, […]

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro (“January River”) is the former capital and most visited city in Brazil. Noisy, cosmopolitan and always bustling Rio strikes with a combination of ultra-modern architecture and the poverty of “favelas”, luxurious beaches and hotels with an amazing temperament of local residents and phlegmatic law enforcement officers, an abundance of greenery on the […]

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Indonesia Description

Indonesia Description

Area: 1,919,440 sq km Population: 242,905,556 people Capital: Jakarta Official language: Bahasa Indonesia Government: Republic Religion: Muslim*(87%) Christian (9%) Hindu (2%) Buddhist (2%) other (1%) Currency: Indonesian Rupiah Time in Jakarta: Moscow time + 3 hours The largest archipelago in the world is fraught with unlimited opportunities for the traveler. Original color, mystical rituals, ancient […]

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Switzerland Arts 2

Switzerland Arts

In the last twenty years the artistic panorama in China has been characterized by a significant decline of the abstractionist current, preeminent until then and with which Swiss art had often been identified abroad: just think of the figures of RP Lohse (m. 1988) and above all by M. Bill (d. 1994). On the other […]

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Germany Armed Forces

Germany Armed Forces

Army. – The Reich government with the law of March 16, 1935 re-established compulsory military service and a new organization of the armed forces, declaring the military clauses of the Versailles treaty invalid. According to the new order, the German army is made up of: 4 army group commands, with offices in Berlin, Kassel, Dresden […]

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Poland Music 2

Poland Music Part 2

After four centuries of a culture that deserved to be positively appreciated, Polish music, which had never yet preceded the musical creation of other nations, could reach its greatest flower in the activity of Federico Francesco Chopin (v.; 1810-1849), whose work represented the most perfect musical emanation of the Polish national spirit. Chopin’s work, which […]

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Poland Music

Poland Music

Although the oldest monuments of Polish music we know today do not surpass 550 years of material existence, the principles of indigenous music culture in Poland date back to much earlier times. Some of the popular songs, which are performed today during the wedding ceremonies at the young bride’s house (the texts of which still […]

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Aquitaine, France

Aquitaine, France

Aquitaine denotes a historical area, which today is known as a french region in the southwest of the country. In the south of the area are the impressive landscapes of the Pyrenees, to the west are the beaches of the Atlantic. This area offers everything from high mountain ranges to magnificent Sandy beaches really everything. […]

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Macedonia History

Macedonia History

In »Vardar Macedonia« a (socialist) Yugoslav republic with its own constitution (1945) was created in 1944–46 – based on the AVNOJ program of Jajce (1943). The republic arose from the communist partisan struggle that had been victorious since spring 1943 under the Montenegrin Svetozar Vukmanović-Tempo (* 1912, † 2000) sent by Tito. The Macedonian People’s […]

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Sights in Reunion

Sights in Reunion

As the French overseas department, La Réunion is Europe’s southernmost part and leads to an island that is still little known from a tourist point of view… at least significantly less known than Hawaii, with which La Réunion is occasionally compared due to its spectacular mountain scenery. The “Hawaii of the Indian Ocean” is located […]

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Quedlinburg Germany

Quedlinburg and Lübeck

Quedlinburg Quedlinburg is located on the northern edge of the Harz Mountains in Saxony-Anhalt. The city has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List as a so-called “area monument” since 1994 and impresses with its historical ambience and an eventful city history that goes back more than a thousand years. Quedlinburg was the royal palace […]

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Guyana History

Guyana History

The first residents of Guyana were the Arawaks, who called it that way (” Land of Water ” in their language for having humid lands and dense coasts of mangroves and swamps. The Arawaks were evicted by the Caribs, who dominated much of the region and then moved to the islands of the Caribbean Sea, which took its name from them. The […]

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