Europe

France History: 1879-1918

France History - 1879-1918

Republic of the »opportunists« (1879–1898) While the upper bourgeoisie expanded their key positions in the economy and banking and the nobility, especially in the western parts of the country and in the army, retained their leadership role, the renunciation of…
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French Arts – 19th Century

French Arts - 19th Century

Until well into the 19th century, French art was caught between classicism and romantic currents. The classicist outlook, pushed back in the Rococo, broke through again with the French Revolution. Architecture The representatives of the so-called revolutionary architecture, C.-N. Ledoux…
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Attractions in Slovenia

Attractions in Slovenia

Slovenia – places of interest Slovenia has a large number of interesting attractions to offer, but only one is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit plus-size-tips.com for Slovenia a diverse destination for active holidaymakers. These are the Skocjan Caves. In the…
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Travel in Denmark

Travel in Denmark

The Kingdom of Denmark lies between Scandinavia and Central Europe. The kingdom includes a total of 443 islands. Because of its islands and rugged bays, the relatively small country has a coastline of 7,314 kilometers. Denmark has the only national…
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Emigration to Luxembourg

Emigration to Luxembourg

Luxembourg Area: 2,586 km² Residents: 602,005 (January 1st, 2018) Population density: 233 E / km² Form of Government: Monarchy System of Government: Parliamentary democracy Neighboring countries: Belgium, France, Germany Capital: Luxembourg National language: Luxembourgish (national language), German, French Currency: Euro Telephone Area code: +352 Time zone: UTC + 1 In 2020, 673…
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Estonia Main Cities

Estonia Country and People

Kohtla-Järve According to iamhigher, Kohtla-Järve, Russian Kochtla-Jarwe, is an industrial city in northeast Estonia (Ida-Virumaa), 4 km from the Gulf of Finland, (2019) 33,800 residents, around 80% of the population are Russian-speaking. Center for oil shale mining, industrial research institute,…
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Rijeka, Croatia

Rijeka, Croatia

Rijeka According to abbreviationfinder, Rijeka is a port city on the Adriatic Sea, Croatia, administrative seat of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar district, (2011) 128 400 residents. Rijeka extends on a narrow coastal strip (widened in places by artificial seafills) on the inner…
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Sicily, Italy

Sicily, Italy

Sicily According to abbreviationfinder, Sicily is the  the largest island of Italy and the Mediterranean, 25,426 km 2, with a minor islands as an autonomous region of 25,707 km 2, (2017) 5020000 residents; The capital is Palermo. Country nature Sicily is…
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Split, Croatia

Split, Croatia

According to abbreviationfinder, Split is the second largest city in Croatia and largest city in Dalmatia, on the coast of the Adriatic Sea, on a peninsula towered over by the Marjanberg (175 m above sea level) (forms the bay of…
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Rome, Italy

Rome, Italy

Rome According to abbreviationfinder, Rome is the capital of Italy, on the lower Tiber, with (2019) 2.85 million residents. The Vatican city. Rome, the “Eternal City”, is the cultural center of Italy with universities, scientific institutes and famous museums. Every…
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