Category Archives: America

Loop 202 in Arizona

  SR-202 Get started Phoenix End Chandler Length 77 mi Length 124 km Route 1 → Los Angeles 2 40th Street 3 → Tucson 4 52nd Street 5 Sky Harbor Airport 6 Priest Drive 7 Scottsdale Road 8 McClintock Drive 9 → Phoenix Beltway 10 Dobson Road 11 Alma School Road 12 McKellips Road 13… Read more »

Guantanamo, Cuba

Guantánamo is a city in the southeast of Cuba, famous for the nearby permanently leased US military base, on the territory of which the so-called Guantanamo prison for those accused of various crimes is located. Guantanamo was founded in 1820 by the Catalans and the French, and the bulk of the city’s population was made… Read more »

Northwest Territories, Canada

East of the Yukon Territory are the Northwest Territories. In addition to the mainland, they also include part of the islands of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. The Northwest Territories is known for its diamond deposits and contains four of the largest kimberlite pipes in the country. This region is considered one of the world’s largest… Read more »

San Diego Zoo

San Diego Zoo, USA: detailed description, address and photo. Animal species, zoo tours, tourist reviews. This zoo is incredibly popular – and deservedly so. The San Diego Zoo is home to over 3,700 animals from over 650 species and subspecies. The zoo’s founding organization, San Diego Zoo Global, is the largest zoological society in the… Read more »

Pentagon, USA

Pentagon (USA) – description, history, location. Exact address, phone number, website. Reviews of tourists, photos and videos. The Pentagon – one of the most important buildings in America, which is a symbol of the highest power of the country, was built in the first half of the 20th century. It houses the US Department of… Read more »

Guatemala Climate and Hydrography

Located between 13 ° 54 ′ and 17 ° 48 ′ north latitude, Guatemala falls within the domain of warm, tropical equatorial climates. The altimetry, by modifying the temperatures and rainfall, allows the region to be divided into the following bands: 1) tierra caliente, from sea level to 600 meters, with average annual temperatures above… Read more »

Tours to Uruguay

A small state with a big heart and a pure soul – this is how the Uruguayans call their country. Tours to Uruguay are diverse: even individual tours of the same intensity each time bring new discoveries and give fresh impressions. Holidays in Uruguay are attractive at any time of the year, but you should… Read more »

Alabama – the Hart of the South

Alabama is known as the Heart of Dixie because Montgomery was the Confederate capital and its first president, Jefferson Davis, also resided here. The state is the 29th largest in the United States. According to ask4beauty, Alabama is bordered by Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, and Mississippi. In the south there is a tiny stretch of coast… Read more »

Independent Mexico Part 2

Rising up in arms against President Lerdo, brought back to the presidency after an election that the president of the Supreme Court accused of fraudulent, P. Díaz, who had already rebelled against Juárez for his repeated presidencies, was regularly elected president in the elections of the 1877, made on a platform of opposition to the… Read more »

Independent Mexico

The Itúrbide in 1822 convened a congress and in this, taking advantage of the struggle between monarchists (exponents of the great property and the high clergy) and liberals, these in turn divided between Scots (aristocrats and clericals) and Yorkinos(democratic republicans and federalists, relying above all on the mestizo mass), he was nominated by the monarchists… Read more »

Jamaica State Overview

Geography According to allcitycodes, the island of Jamaica is mainly made up of mountainous terrain surrounded by a small strip of coastline. Cities are usually established in this coastal plain. Due to its situation, in the middle of the Caribbean Sea, it does not suffer hurricanes as often as its neighboring islands. This is mainly due… Read more »

Caracas, Venezuela During Republican Period

The 19 of April of 1810 the originating Revolution on April 19, 1810, when a popular movement rejects in Caracas to the newly appointed governor of the province, Vicente Emparan, who had been awarded to office by King José I of Spain. The Cabildo of Caracas and part of the bourgeoisie and the Creole aristocracy do not know the new Captain General,… Read more »

Lake Clark National Park

In the state of Alaska you can find the Lake Clark National Park, which is frequented by almost 5,000 visitors every year. Its area: 13,881 km². It was founded on December 2, 1980. The area of ​​the Lake Clark National Park and Preserve was created to protect nature, its landscapes, fish and other animals. This… Read more »

Canada National Parks

With an area of ​​almost 10 million square kilometers, Canada is the second largest country in the world. The relatively young country has managed to preserve the untouched nature of its huge national parks and to protect the numerous animal and plant species in these areas. The national parks in all parts of the country… Read more »

Jasper National Park

The Canadian province of Alberta is home to Jasper National Park. It was founded in 1907. The park covers an area of ​​10,878 square kilometers, making it the largest national park in the Canadian Rocky mountains. Jasper National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Naming of the Jasper National Park The namesake of the… Read more »

Sirmilik National Park

This national park in Canadian Nunavut Territory includes part of Baffin Island and the Bylot Islands. Its 22,200 square kilometers make it the third largest National parks of the country. It got its name from the Inukitut Indians. It means place of glaciers and this is absolutely true. The first protected area began in 1965.… Read more »

Wood Buffalo National Park

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 wonderful landscape of a boreal character stretches out, which captivates the visitor in a variety… Read more »

Brazil Federal District

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 Legislative, Executive and Judiciary powers. Territorial and political aspects According to Weddinginfashion, the Federal District… Read more »

Amazon and Galapagos

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 culture with Shamans and the many medicinal plants that are revealed here. We spend three… Read more »

Sights in Miami

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 city of the Sunshine State Florida! Miami is a year-round travel destination with a subtropical… Read more »