Russia Religion

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The constitution (Article 28) guarantees freedom of religion, follows the principle of the separation of state and religion and expressly excludes the establishment of a state religion (Article 14). The religious communities are subject to state registration at the federal … Continued

Kenya History

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HISTORY: FROM THE ORIGINS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC Reliable hypotheses suggest that the large area, later known as East Africa, was home to Bushman and Proto-Hamite populations. Blacks must have settled in the region from the 10th millennium … Continued

Germany History

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The area of ​​today’s Germany has been populated since the Stone Age (Central Europe). During the Iron Age, the south was a core area of ​​the Celts, who were displaced from the north by Germanic peoples until the turn of … Continued

Australia Geography

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Climate and Weather There are very different climatic zones and different seasons depending on the north-south extent and the size of the country. The Australian winter is very pleasant by European standards (low season in Australia). Best time for trips to the … Continued

Emigration to Japan

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Area: 377,835 km² Residents: 126,045,000 (2017) Population density: 333.6 E / km² Form of Government: Parliamentary hereditary monarchy System of Government: Parliamentary democracy Neighboring countries: none (island) Capital: Tokyo National language: Japanese Religions: over 80% Shinto and Buddhists at the same time, 0.17% Jehovah’s Witnesses Currency: Yen (JPY) 1 Yen … Continued

Casa Migliaca, Sicily, Italy

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Casa Migliaca is located 7 km from the north coast of Sicily, midway between Messina and Palermo, not far from Cefalù. The place has always belonged to the Allegra family, Signora Teresa’s family who lived in the nearby town of … Continued

History of Sicily Part II

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In 395, the Roman Empire was divided into the Western Roman Empire, which had Rome as its capital, and the Eastern Roman Empire, where the capital was Byzantium. Vandals finally became the Western Roman Empire. The Vandals were a Germanic … Continued

History of Sicily Part I

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For those interested in history, Sicily is a must with a background completely different from the rest of Italy. Some turbulent millennia have left their mark in the form of numerous notable buildings scattered scattered across the island. The Greeks … Continued

Wood Buffalo National Park

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Vast areas and unique animals: Canada’s largest nature reserve, the Wood Buffalo National Park, is located in the northeast of the province of Alberta. On a gigantic area of ​​44,807 square kilometers, about one eighth the size of Germany, a … Continued

Brazil Federal District

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Located in lands ceded by Goiás , the Federal District is the area in which Brasilia, capital of Brazil and seat of the political power of the Union is located. It was inaugurated in April 1960 and houses the federal … Continued

Amazon and Galapagos

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Join us for some of South America’s absolute highlights. The journey starts with us taking a beautiful journey from the Andes to the Amazon. A great journey not only for the fantastic views but also in terms of the exciting … Continued

Sights in Miami

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When you hear the word Miami, you immediately have wonderful pictures in front of your eyes: miles of fine sandy dream beaches, palm trees, Caribbean flair and of course the sun. And so is the reality in the most famous … Continued