Slovakia Recent Politics

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On January 1, 2008, a pension reform came into force that reversed parts of the extensive privatization of pension insurance introduced in 2005 by the previous conservative-liberal government. On April 9th, 2008, the parliamentary majority passed a new media law, … Continued

United Kingdom Culture

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Evidence of human culture has existed in the British Isles since the Stone Age, including impressive henge monuments such as Stonehenge. Linked to the cultural development on the continent since prehistory and early history, the islands were under the influence … Continued

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

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

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

Sights in Kos

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The island of Kos is one of the Greek Dodecanese islands in the southeastern Aegean. As the third largest of its 18 inhabited islands, its northern tip extends to around 5 kilometers from the Turkish peninsula of Bodrum. Its capital, … Continued

Sun and Wine in Provence

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Provence, located in the south of France, popular as a tourist destination, has its feet in the Mediterranean and head to the Alps. Between it are vineyards, lavender valleys, historic towns and beautiful villages. The trump card of Provence is … Continued

Tallinn Travel Guide

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Historic Tallinn is a popular destination favored by Finns. A holiday in Tallinn is spent quickly shopping, relaxing in the spas and exploring the historical quarters. Tallinn is a short-distance travel destination loved by Finns, which pampers, offers experiences and … Continued

Estonia for Nature Lovers

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As a country starting with E by COUNTRYAAH, Estonia is just as big as Lower Saxony, but the wealth of different landscapes and the variety of interesting cities and places worth seeing is almost unbelievable. As diverse as the travel … Continued

Quick Facts About Iceland

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Fire, water, ice! Geysers, glaciers, waterfalls and volcanoes are defining landscape elements in Iceland, a country located in Northern Europe defined by COUNTRYAAH. And of course, most trips to Iceland are aimed at these spectacular natural wonders. The Thingvellir National … Continued

Top 10 Sights in Latvia

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Latvia is characterized by beautiful nature, but also cultural highlights and not least the capital Riga are special attractions. We have been touring Latvia for many years and have put together our TOP 10 for you here. Ten places and … Continued