Monthly Archives: October 2021

Myanmar Economy and Culture

ECONOMY: AGRICULTURE, LIVESTOCK, FISHERIES AND FORESTS Agriculture, which occupies more than two thirds of the active population, can benefit from very fertile soils in the alluvial plains. Although there has been an improvement in irrigation systems and a more extensive use of pesticides and fertilizers, it remains poorly mechanized and based on traditional techniques. According… Read More »

Russia History and Culture

History According to COUNTRYAAH, the first state formation on Russian soil was the Empire of Kiev (Kiewer Rus) in the 9th century. Around 1100 it split into partial principalities. All princes had to pay tribute to the Mongols ruling from 1240 to 1480. The rise of the Principality of Moscow began in the 14th century,… Read More »

Vanuatu Economy and Culture

ECONOMY In 2008, according to businesscarriers, Vanuatu’s GDP was US $ 573 million, while that per capita was US $ 2,442; most of the population is dedicated to subsistence agriculture (maize, yam, cassava, taro, breadfruit, vegetables and fruit), however the main economic resources are commercial agriculture (coconut palms, from which the cover, cocoa, coffee and… Read More »

Travel to Tunisia

Area: 163,610 km² Residents: 11,299,400 (2016 estimate) Population density: 69 E / km² Form of Government: Republic System of Government: semi-presidential system Neighboring countries: Algeria, Libya Capital: Tunis National language: Arabic Religions: 98% Muslims (Islam) 0.015% Jews The constitution provides for the free exercise of faith as long as this does not disturb public order. Currency: Tunisian dinar (TND) 1 TND = 1,000 millimes… Read More »

Small Arms – Big Effects Part I

More than 200,000 people are killed every quarter year with small arms and light weapons (hereinafter: handguns). One reckons that there are approx. 875 million small arms worldwide – 650 million of them are in civilian hands. Control and regulation exist in the arms trade, but contain many weaknesses and loopholes. What does one mean… Read More »

Scotland Geography

Scotland – key data Land Area: 78,772 sq km Population: 5.2 million (2008 estimate). Composition: bulkheads 88%,English people 8%, Irish, Welsh and others 4%. Ethnic groups: Whites 97.99%, South Asians 1.09%, Blacks 0.16%, multiracial 0.25%, Chinese, 0.32%, others 0.19% (2001 census). Population density: 64 residents per square kilometer Capital: Edinburgh (463,510 residents, 2006) Highest point: Ben… Read More »

Best Travel Time and Climate for Iran

The rose-scented gardens of Shiraz, the old bazaars of Tehran as well as mosques and palaces full of mosaics and mirrors – these are just some of the advantages of a holiday in this country. According to Softwareleverage, Iran is a country with a long history and many traditions. The country has been a destination… Read More »

Sudan History Timeline

Sudan is a former English colony in Africa. The border countries are Egypt, Libya, Chad, Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Eritrea, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the Central African Republic. According to Franciscogardening, Sudan is Africa’s largest country and is divided into 3 regions: the Desert region (Sahara) in the north, the plains in the central… Read More »

Best Travel Time and Climate for Armenia

Experience the beautiful sights of the mountain ranges and extinct volcanoes and experience the generous warmth of the natives. Some of the popular cities such as Yerevan, Dilijan and Gyumri delight travelers with a multitude of cultural and ancient historical significance, art and culture festivals, limitless monasteries, beautiful mountain ranges, pleasant climate and a village-like… Read More »

England History Timeline

According to constructmaterials, England is the largest and most populous of the four constituent countries of Great Britain. The country’s residents make up more than 83% of the total population of Great Britain, and the English mainland makes up most of the southern two thirds of the island of Great Britain and shares borders with… Read More »

Sightseeing in Brazil

If you are traveling in Brazil, you should definitely see Rio de Janeiro. The city is the second largest in all of Brazil and is particularly known for its wonderful view from Corcovado. Rio de Janeiro was founded in the 16th century and was the capital of Brazil from the 18th century until 1960. Interesting… Read More »

Hong Kong History

Today’s Hong Kong was still a fishing village and pirate shelter at the beginning of the 19th century. When Great Britain recognized in the Opium War of 1840-42 the strategic and commercial possibilities of the place, which had been used by the British opium clippers since 1821 because of its protected harbor, the Treaty of… Read More »

Cultural Sights in Washington DC

If you are looking for culture, you will definitely find it in the city on your trip. It is worth taking the Cultural Tourism DC Neighborhood Heritage Trail at the beginning. This is a series of footpaths on which you can find out more about the different districts through various information boards. Highly recommended to… Read More »

Iran Economy

Agriculture According to rrrjewelry, the agricultural sector contributes around 10% to GDP, the share of employees is around 17%. One tenth of the total area of ​​Iran is used for arable farming, half of it is irrigated. Rain-fed agriculture is mainly used for growing grain in the winter-humid western mountainous regions. Irrigated agriculture has a… Read More »

Russia Theater

In Russia the theater, as it is understood today, was born very late: exactly on October 17, 1672, by a decision of Tsar Alexis who only a quarter of a century earlier had issued a decree to prohibit not only shows but even secular music., among other things ordering the destruction of all musical instruments.… Read More »

Montenegro Country Overview

Montenegro is located in southeastern Europe on the southern tip of the Adriatic coast. The country borders Serbia to the north, Kosovo to the east, Albania to the southeast and Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia to the west. Montenegro is a sparsely populated mountainous region on the Adriaticand lies in the Southeast Dinarides. In the… Read More »

Rhodes, Greece

Greece is on Mediterranean Sea and borders on Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria and Turkey. Greece is made up of the greek mainland at the southernmost end of the Balkans, the Peloponnese peninsula and numerous islands mainly in the Aegean Sea, in the Ionian Sea but also in the Libyan Sea. The Peloponnesian Peninsula is formed by… Read More »

Working and Living in Norway

Immigration, permanent residence, residence permit If you are staying in the country for more than three months, you will need to register with the police. After 5 years of uninterrupted residence, you have the right to permanent residence. Even if you are not obliged to apply, a permanent residence permit can have advantages, such as… Read More »

Amsterdam Sights

City highlights Anne Frankhuis In the rear building on Prinsengracht in Amsterdam, the Jewish girl Anne Frank hid from July 6, 1942 to August 4, 1944 with her mother and sister as well as her father and four other people, before she was first transferred to the Westerbork Jewish transit camp after her arrest was… Read More »