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Germany History - The Emergence of the Habsburgs

Germany History – The Emergence of the Habsburgs

This chaotic period for imperial power can actually be started from 1246, when, after Frederick was deposed by Pope Innocent IV in Lyon, the crown was given by the princes – managed by the archbishop of...

Sweden Literature 2

Sweden Literature Part 2

Only in the Eighties, after a long training in writing in prose as well as in poetry, did G. Tunström (b.1937) and T. Lindgren (b.1938) gain international fame, both involved, in different ways and...

Sweden Literature

Sweden Literature

The intense and multifaceted literary activity of recent years, after the disappearance of many ideologies and many illusions about the validity of the ” Swedish model ”, has been supported by a new confidence...

India Travel

India Travel: Tea, Temples and Natural Spectacles

For nature travelers, India is often not at the top of the “bucket list”. Not yet! If you take a closer look at this huge country as a nature travel destination, you will quickly...

Attractions in Las Vegas, USA

Attractions in Las Vegas, USA

Las Vegas, USA: gambling, magic shows and location in the desert The California city of Las Vegas is known for its gambling, magic shows and its location in the desert. However, it has a...

Landmarks in Senegal

Landmarks in Senegal

Traveling to Senegal means having the chance to be at the westernmost point of the African continent: Cape Verde. Apart from this peculiarity, Senegal has a lot more to offer as a travel destination…...

Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

Lauterbrunnen Staubbachfall Lauterbrunnen Switzerland In the middle of a gigantic wall of rock and ice, with the characteristic triumvirate of Mönch, Eiger and Jungfrau in the center, lies the 2500 soul village of Lauterbrunnen....

Bad Gastein, Austria

Nockberge and Bad Gastein, Austria

Nockberge The Nockberge are located in the Gurktal Alps in Austria. They are ideal for hiking and exploring nature. Nockberge – a gentle mountain range The Nockberge are the highest mountain group in the...

The Turkish Republic

The Turkish Republic

Led by Atatürk during its first 15 years of existence, the Turkish Republic was founded on six principles embodied in the Constitution: republicanism (based on the premise that sovereignty belonged to the people), Turkish...

Zimbabwe Geography

Zimbabwe Geography

Geographic location It is bordered to the north by Zambia and Mozambique, to the south by Botswana and the Republic of South Africa, to the east by Mozambique and to the west by Botswana. The capital is Harare. The territory of...

India Economy

India Economy

Business Despite widespread poverty and still a relatively large share of agriculture in the gross domestic product (GDP), India is one of the G20 countries. According to bridgat, the service and industrial sectors are...

Russian Theater

Russian Theater

Russian theater. According to bridgat, the Russian theater emerged in an institutionalized form around the middle of the 18th century under the suggestion of courtly theater, which in the course of the 17th century...

Namibian Desert Safari and Tour

Namibian Desert Safari and Tour

Basic travel information Embark on an incredible and varied landscape safari and nature adventure in Namibia. Highlights of Namibia’s tour include The barren scenery of the Namib desert and climbing the giant dunes of...

Hiking in Bulgaria

Hiking in Bulgaria

Basic travel information Bulgaria is familiar to Finns mainly as a Black Sea beach destination, but there is much more interesting in the country – for example, the highest mountains of the Balkan Peninsula,...

Iran Politics

Iran Politics, History and Economy

Politics According to the constitution approved by referendum on December 2 and December 3, 1979 (with extensive changes on July 28, 1989), Iran is an Islamic republic with a presidential system, whose political, social...

France History Since World War II

France History Since World War II

HISTORY: THE SECOND WORLD WAR AND THE END OF THE IV REPUBLIC France was unwillingly drawn into a war that led to an unprecedented military catastrophe. In May 1940 the German armies broke into...

German Literature from 1945 to 1990 2

German Literature from 1945 to 1990 Part II

The experimental poetry of this time was expressed by v. a. in concrete poetry. According to the theoretical specifications of the Swiss E. Gomringer, H. Heißenbüttel, M. Bense, F. Mon, the Austrian E. Jandl et al. towards a rational experience...

German Literature from 1945 to 1990 1

German Literature from 1945 to 1990 Part I

With the collapse of National Socialism and the subsequent division of Germany and Europe, there was a deep break in the history of all German-language literature. Many of the emigrants did not return to...

Emigration to Brazil 2

Emigration to Brazil Part II

Travel and Visa Changed travel regulations during and after the corona pandemic Entry and transit of foreigners by air are generally permitted. Travelers entering or passing through Brazil are required to provide the airline...

Emigration to Brazil 1

Emigration to Brazil Part I

Area: 8,515,770 km² Residents: 208,360,000 (December 2017) Population density: 24 E / km² Form of Government: Federal Republic of Government: Presidential democracy Neighboring countries: Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guyana Capital: Brasília National language: Portuguese Religions: 73.6 Roman Catholic, 15.4% Protestant, 1.3%...

Caribbean Islands

Caribbean Islands – West Indies

West | Indian Islands, West | India , Caribbean Islands, the island world of Central America, which stretches in a loose 4,000 km arc between the continents of North and South America and separates...

South America Climate

South America Climate

What most distinguishes South America from North America is the great diversity of environments depending on the climate. Virtually all terrestrial climates are represented in South America according to countryaah. This in relation to...

Culture of Black Africa

The Culture of Black Africa

According to countryaah, the cultural typology of Africa is very complex and only in the second half of the twentieth century did a systematic research and reconstruction of the past of peoples and civilizations...

Middle East Overview

Middle East Overview

The Middle East, Southwest Asia, in political-geographic parlance today mostlycalled West Asia. In the Near East archeology and ancient Near Eastern studies, the term Near East continues to be common; the area, the scene...

Mountaineering in Asia

Mountaineering in Asia

Mysterious Asia – the world’s largest continent. The place where it is necessary to know the winding roads of the mountainous landscape to be led to the experiences that shake you with a power...

Famous Theologians and Philosophers in U.K.

Famous Theologians and Philosophers in U.K.

Francis Bacon (1561-1621) philosopher, writer, statesman and pioneer of empiricism. Bacon was born in London in 1561, studied various subjects in Cambridge from the age of 14 and lived with his brother Anthony, who...

Colca Canyon

Places to Visit in Peru

Machu Picchu The forgotten Inkaby Machu Picchu is clearly the biggest draw, for touring Peru. Machu Picchu is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the seven wonders of the world,...

Languages ​​in Antarctica

Antarctica – the 7th Continent

A completely unique journey to the frozen continent For those who dream of visiting the 7th continent of the globe, and who are at the same time extremely price-conscious, we have gathered the highlights...

Jamaica History

Jamaica History and Politics

First residents The first inhabitants belonged to the saladoids. Little is known about them. Since the 12th century, Taino lived from the Arawak people in Jamaica. They lived in villages, grew cassava and fished....

Brazil's Regional Contrasts

Brazil’s Regional Contrasts

Brazil is one of the largest countries in the world in territorial extension, with approximately 8,547,403 km 2 . Only four countries are bigger than Brazil: Russia, Canada, China and the United States. Some...