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Boston History

Boston History

With a latest population of 589,141 according to Allcitypopulation, Boston was founded in 1630 by John Winthrop. The name goes back to a town in England that meant home to many Puritans like Winthrop. The...

Cities and Towns in French Guiana

Cities and Towns in French Guiana

Cayenne Cayenne is the capital of French Guiana. Around 61,268 residents live in the city with its special flair and the old Creole houses that shine in bright colors. This also makes it the...

Trekking & Cycling Adventures in Uganda

Trekking & Cycling Adventures in Uganda

This round trip is for you who want great cycling experiences in magnificent nature and world-class animal experiences. Look forward to venturing out on Uganda’s country roads and experiencing the contrasting nature of the bicycle...

Beer Luff Among Greek Islands

Beer Luff Among Greek Islands

Imagine beer beer among beautiful Greek islands. With a ferry pass, you choose which islands you want to visit, jump from island to island and enjoy freedom, sun, beach and water. A fun bike excursion and...

Hiking, Minority People and Ha Long Bay

Hiking, Minority People and Ha Long Bay

You get a unique insight into Vietnamese culture as you hike past terraced rice paddies, water buffaloes and traditional minority villages in the mountains. Enjoy the beautiful Ha Long Bay and limestone formations from...

Mauritius History

Mauritius History

It is believed that Arab geographers and navigators already knew of its existence in medieval times. The Portuguese first arrived in Mauritius with Domingos Fernández in 1512 and gave the island the name of...

Japan Literature

Japan Literature at the Turn of New Millennium

At the end of the nineties of the twentieth century, the literary panorama opened, on the one hand, in the name of the success of a new translation into modern Japanese of the classic...

Poland Literature - From The Enlightenment to Romanticism

Poland Literature: From The Enlightenment to Romanticism

Under the influence of the Western Enlightenment ideology, an intellectual transformation took place, especially in the scholastic field. The ideology and culture, on the threshold of the great bourgeois transformations, undergo notable changes: the...

Raquel Welch

Chicago Famous People

Patricia Arquette (born 1968) The Hollywood actress had her breakthrough in 1993 with Tony Scott’s “True Romance”. Since then she has starred in numerous feature films and television series. John Ashcroft (born 1942) The...

Parks and Zoos in Bangkok, Thailand

Parks and Zoos in Bangkok, Thailand

Parks and amusement parks Benjasiri Park In 1992, the park on Sukhumvit Road was created to celebrate the Queen’s 60th birthday. That is why it is also called “Queen’s Park”. It is the best...

Auckland Sightseeing

Auckland Sightseeing

Special places, markets and streets Aotea Square Originally, the Horotiu River ran parallel to today’s Queen Street across the square, which was declared a market square by the city in 1855. In 1908 the...

Currency in Burkina Faso

Transportation and Currency in Burkina Faso

GETTING THERE Arriving by plane The national airline is called Air Burkina (VH) (Internet: www.air-burkina.com). Inexpensive direct flights only from Paris-Orly. From Europe, some national airlines also fly in cooperation with other airlines via...

Transportation in Iceland

Transportation in Iceland

ON THE GO Overview Traveling by plane In view of the sometimes difficult road conditions, the aircraft plays an important role in domestic traffic. Air Atlanta Icelandic (CC) (Internet: www.islandsflug.is or www.atlanta.is) and Air...

Argentine Travel Warning

Argentine Travel Warning

Country-specific safety information According to youremailverifier, there are frequent strikes and demonstrations in Argentina, especially, but not only, in the metropolitan areas. In this context, road closures and sometimes considerable restrictions on local public...

Transportation in Thailand

Transportation in Thailand

ON THE GO Traveling by plane Thai Airways International (TG) Internet: www.thaiair.com) and Bangkok Airways (PG) (Internet: www.bangkokair.com) fly to all major cities. Outside the main season there are often discounts and special tariffs....

How to Get to Saba

How to Get to Saba

How to get to Saba Flights The nearest international airport is on the neighboring island of Sint Maarten. But there is a regional airport in the north-east of the island. The runway is extremely...

How do you get to the Balearic Islands

Balearic Islands Various Travel Information

Formalities and visas No visa is required for travelers from EU countries. Spain – and thus also the Balearic Islands – belong to the Schengen area, which is why there are no more regular...

Public Transport Melbourne

Public Transport Melbourne

The public transport in Melbourne are made up of buses, trams, trains and ferries. In addition, Melbourne is very easy to explore by bike, as there is a well-developed network of bike paths. Unfortunately...

8th Street in Downtown Boise

Boise Idaho Travel Guide

Boise is the capital of the US state Idaho. The city is located in southwest Idaho, about 65 km east of the Oregon state line and 175 km north of the Nevada state line....

Hong Kong Overview

Hong Kong Overview

The island of Hong Kong was ceded to the United Kingdom in 1842, with the Chinese defeat in the Opium War . The Kowloon peninsula came under British control in 1860, while the new...

Netherlands Country Overview

Netherlands Unofficially known as Holland, it is limited to the north and west with the North Sea, to the east with Germany and to the south with Belgium. With Luxembourg and Belgium they form...

Argentine History 2

Argentine History

According to YOUREMAILVERIFIER, the Argentina is the second largest country in South America and one of the world’s largest meat exporters. In 1991, it formed the Southern Common Market ( Mercosur ) with Brazil,...

Greece Country Overview

Greece Country Overview

Republic of south-eastern Europe; it occupies the southern part of the Balkan peninsula and comprises numerous islands. It borders northwest with Albania; to the north with the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Bulgaria;...

Galicia Overview

Galicia Overview

Galicia’s relative isolation, a consequence of its geographical location and historical circumstances that separated it from the rest of Spain, preserved the Galician language, which has close links with Portuguese, and the traditions of...

History of France

History of France

France is a traditional pole of arts and culture in the West, France is one of the countries that occupy a central position in the international economic and political system. He is a member...

Finland Country Overview

Finland Country Overview

Republic located in northern Europe, it is limited to the north with Norway, to the east with Russia, to the south with Russia and the Gulf of Finland, to the southwest with the Baltic...

Philippines Country Overview

Philippines Country Overview

Southeast Asian country, formed by the Philippine archipelago. The Philippines is made up of 11 large islands and more than 7,000 islets. The archipelago is home to Asia’s largest Christian country. The island of...

La Pelosa

10 Most Beautiful Beaches in Sardinia

The sunny Italian island of Sardinia has long been known as one of the most popular holiday destinations in the entire Mediterranean region. In my article today I will show you the most beautiful...