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Griffith Observatory

Griffith Observatory (USA) — detailed description, address, opening hours, how to get there. Information about curricula and courses, reviews. The Griffith Observatory is one of the iconic places in Los Angeles. The idea of ​​its creation arose in 1908, when Colonel Jenkins Griffith saw the starry sky through the largest telescope at that time and… Read More »

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden (Dallas, USA): detailed description, address and photo. Opportunities for sports and recreation, infrastructure, cafes and restaurants in the park. Reviews of tourists. Arboretum and Botanical Garden of Dallas with an area of ​​more than 250 thousand square meters. m is located on the southeastern shore of White Rock Lake. There… Read More »

Florida Keys, Florida

Florida Keys – the main resorts and areas, excursions and attractions, museums, reviews of tourists about the Florida Keys. According to toppharmacyschools, Florida Keys is a chain of paradise islands that start 24 km from Miami. The archipelago stretches across the Atlantic Ocean for hundreds of kilometers and includes 1,700 islands. The capital is the… Read More »

Cody, Wyoming

Guide to Cody: how to get there and where to stay, what to see and where to go in the evening. Highlights of Cody: fresh reviews and photos, places to see, branded entertainment and shopping. According to toppharmacyschools, Cody is located in northwestern Wyoming, near the eastern border of Yellowstone National Park. Unlike its neighbor,… Read More »

Breckenridge, Colorado

Breckenridge from A to Z: map of hotels and ski areas, slopes and pistes, lifts and ski passes. Bright photos and videos. Reviews of tourists-skiers about Breckenridge. Breckenridge is imbued with the spirit of old America, which fills the resort guests with a special charm of the evening. Here you can admire the magnificent snow… Read More »

Papua New Guinea Attractions

New Ireland and the Admiralty Islands are off the beaten track. There are no trees on the Northwest Admiralty Islands. The islanders make canoes from logs driven down the Sepik. Bougainville and Buka are separated by a series of islets. Bougainville caters to tourists. There is excellent diving and swimming off the coast; the island… Read More »

The Republican of Valparaíso, Chile

In 1811 the first National Congress was formed and it was inaugurated in the atrium of the church of La Matriz. This congress ratifies the approval of the royal decree of 1802 and approves it by decree on August 9, 1811. The 28 of November of 1811 the Cabildo of Valparaiso acknowledges and sends the order to apply the title of “Very Noble and Illustrious City”.… Read More »

Geography of Namibia

General information about Namibia The official name is The Republic of Namibia. Located in southern Africa. The area is 825.4 thousand km2, the population is 1.8 million people. (2002, estimate). The official language is English. The capital is Windhoek (210 thousand people, 2002, estimate). Public holiday – Independence Day March 21 (since 1990). The monetary… Read More »

Geography of Poland

Poland is located between 14°08′ and 24°09′ East latitude and 54°50′ and 49°00′ North latitude. The length from south to north is 649 km, from west to east – 689 km. Poland is washed from the north by the Baltic Sea. The length of the coastline is 788 km. The shores of the Baltic Sea… Read More »

Nightclubs in Istanbul, Turkey

CLUBS BEYOGLU. Nightclub Babylon Performance Club is the best nightclub in Istanbul, with live music, one of the best jazz clubs in the world. Turkish and foreign performers of jazz, reggae and modern dance music regularly perform here. Drinks are expensive. Tickets for concerts, which can be bought in the afternoon at the ticket office… Read More »

Eleuthera and New Providence, Bahamas

Eleuthera Eleuthera is located 95 km east of Nassau. Eleuthera Island is of coral origin. It has the shape of a crescent (180 km long and in some places only about 2 km wide) and constantly changes its landscape under the influence of strong winds, carrying huge masses of sand, and waves. Sand dunes have… Read More »

Wangby, Vietnam

Uong Bi is a city of the first category, located in the northern part of Vietnam, in the west of Quang Ninh province. The city is far from the capital countries 130 km to the east. Wang Bi is located near the northern border of Vietnam, which makes this city of strategic importance. The city… Read More »

Cities and Sights of Capri, Italy

Cities There are only two cities on the island – Capri and Anacapri. Capriis the main city and capital of the island. Two harbors adjoin the city – Marina Grande (Marina Grande) and Marina Piccola (Marina Piccola), where the most popular beach on the island is located. The port of Marina Grande was built in… Read More »

The Golden Gate Bridge, California

The Golden Gate Bridge has drawn numerous tourists for decades. They can also cross the Art Deco style bridge on foot. Because in addition to the lanes for traffic, the beauty also has a pedestrian crossing on the bay side in the east. For a walk over the span of 1,280 kilometers there and back,… Read More »

Vietnam Recent History Part II

The conflict took a new turn after the Tet (Buddhist New Year) offensive of January-March 1968: equipped with Soviet missiles and refueled via the “Hô Chi Minh runway”, in Laotian territory, the Viet-Cong went so far as to attack with a daring foray into the outskirts of Saigon. The military events in Indochina had considerable… Read More »

Vietnam Recent History Part I

The Asian conference in Geneva (May 8-July 21, 1954), putting an end to the state of war, however, had left the ways of peaceful development undetermined. The final documents spoke of a single state of the Vietnam and of “displacement zones” of the two opposing sides, established that the Vietnamese territory was closed to the… Read More »

Switzerland Literature in German Lanuage

The complicated process of formation of the Confederation constituted for a long time an obstacle to the birth of a unified culture: in the absence of a common center of radiation, the culture of the individual cantons, especially the peripheral ones, continued for centuries to be nourished by modest local traditions. or from the great… Read More »

Travel Documents to French Polynesia

A visa to French Polynesia is issued at the French embassy, ​​in the Department of Overseas Territories of France, and is officially referred to as a “visa for traveling to French overseas territories.” A regular French Schengen visa for travel to French Polynesia is not valid. The following documents are required to apply for a… Read More »

Greece Archaeology Part 7

Fruit salad. – From ancient Thessaloniki, on the other hand, the remains of the tetrarchic city and numerous remains of the walls of the Christian and Byzantine age have come to light. The fortifications of the city appeared mostly from the Justinian period (Funtuku 1985) and follow the path of the most ancient walls, although… Read More »

Greece Archaeology Part 6

It is impossible to report the vast bibliography on individual searches. We limit ourselves to mentioning, in addition to the topographic series (see App. IV, ii, p. 116), the main journals that welcome studies and research on Greek archeology: Hesperia (American School of Classical Studies in Athens); Annual of the British School at Athens ; Bulletin… Read More »

Greece Archaeology Part 5

In Andro, the museum that houses the finds from the excavations of Zagora was inaugurated and, after thirty years, the research in the ancient city was resumed, with survey campaigns and prospecting especially for the walls. A new settlement of the Recent Geometric has been discovered in Aprovatu; on the acropolis a small building prostyle… Read More »

Greece Archaeology Part 4

In Thrace, prospecting in the territory, both along the coast and inland, has led to the discovery of numerous ancient settlements. In addition, research continued in the Greek colonies of Halkidiki, Macedonia and Thrace. Other sectors of the fortification were explored in Amphipolis, the bridge supported by wooden poles over the Strymon, the gymnasium from… Read More »

Greece Archaeology Part 3

Few relevant researches in Thessaly, where occasional discoveries or due to urgent interventions have involved numerous centers such as Lamìa (fortifications of the 4th century BC and necropolis from the 6th century to the Hellenistic age), Farsalo (fortifications of the 4th century BC, aqueduct, Hellenistic tombs, three votive deposits), Fere (early 4th century BC fortifications,… Read More »

Greece Archaeology Part 2

Investigations in the Asklepieion resumed in Messene: stratigraphic essays confirmed the dating of the temple to the first half of the 4th century BC, while the presence of layers with Neolithic material and protogeometric and geometric ceramics testify to an occupation of the site prior to the Theban foundation from 370-369 BC In the heroon… Read More »

Greece Archaeology Part 1

From the Iron Age to Hellenism. – Research in recent years has been intense and marked by discoveries that in some fields have made fundamental contributions to the progress of studies on Greek civilization. The building expansion of the cities that insist on ancient centers and the agricultural transformation works in the territory have engaged… Read More »

Greece Architecture

The end of the dictatorship (1974) marked for architecture, as well as for the entire Greek culture, the end of a long period of stagnation. In continuity with the previous building policy, the military class in power had left the field free to private initiative, ready to absorb almost all of the housing demand: hence… Read More »

Greece Economic Conditions

After the Persian wars Greece conquered an absolutely dominant position in the eastern basin of the Mediterranean, and passed to the fore in the progress of the economy, as well as of civilization in general, since the Greek colonies of Asia Minor had already suffered a lot under the domination Persian, nor, freed that they… Read More »

Russia Foreign Trade

Despite the profound change in the country’s economic life in the postwar period, foreign trade shows its structure substantially unchanged in the twenty-year period 1913-1933, and its trend is, on the whole – regardless of fluctuations of a transitory or artificial nature -, almost identical to the pre-war one. The most notable differences consist in… Read More »

Greece Literature – Characters and Periods

The history of Greek literature is also, for the most part, the history of the Greek spirit, considered in all the forms of its progressive development. If among any people, in general, literary, or properly aesthetic, expressions cannot and must not be separated from the remaining forms of spiritual life, among the Greeks, in particular, they… Read More »