Category Archives: Europe

The Contemporary History of Britain Part III

Brexit debate The debate about the British’s relationship with the EU was not new. It had been ongoing more or less since Britain joined the Union in 1973. Especially in the Conservative Party, the EU question had been divisive, and the right wing of the party had long expressed a desire to leave the Union.… Read More »

The Contemporary History of Britain Part II

Financial Crisis In the first year after the change of prime minister, Brown also had to constantly record new lows on his popularity curve. Increasing demands for his departure, including from prominent positions in his own ranks, reinforced the impression of a serious crisis in the party. The picture changed temporarily when the financial crisis… Read More »

The Contemporary History of Britain Part I

Iraq war Following the terrorist attacks against the United States on September 9, 2001 and the subsequent “War on Terror”, Britain joined the United States in the Iraq war in 2003. The United Kingdom was the United States’ foremost political and military partner, a war Prime Minister Tony Blair termed as the last resort after… Read More »

Europe Climate

From the climatic point of view, Europe – although it is almost entirely included in the temperate climate zone – can be divided into three major domains: that of the temperate oceanic or Atlantic climate, that of Mediterranean Europe, subtropical, and that of continental Europe. Oriental. The dividing lines between these three areas are not… Read More »

Great Britain Embassies and Consulates

Representations of Great Britain in Germany The current embassy building was built on the site of the old British embassy, ​​which was damaged by bombs during the war and completely destroyed by fire after the war. The remains were later removed by the GDR authorities, and the property was fallow until 1998. The plans for… Read More »

Visby Travel Guide

Visby is a fabulous city of roses. The historic city in the Swedish archipelago is at its best during the summer when roses bloom. Northern archipelago paradise According to DigoPaul, Visby is the lively center of Gotland, Sweden ’s largest island . Also known as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Visby is a living piece of… Read More »

Montenegro – a Surprise on the Adriatic

Montenegro is a small but interesting country that offers the opportunity for both beach holidays and wonderful nature experiences. Read the Beach Ball Destination Guide and plan your own vacation. Sea, mountains and beautiful countryside Situated on the shores of the Adriatic Sea, Montenegro pampers both the active holidaymaker and the beach-loving tourist. The journey… Read More »

Denmark – a Maritime Small Country

Denmark is made up of Jutland, Zealand, Fyn and the 400 surrounding islands, but is nevertheless one of the smallest countries in Europe. Greenland and the Faroe Islands also belong to Denmark, but have an autonomous status. Despite its small size, the country’s coastline is very long, at over 7,000 kilometers. Even after the Viking… Read More »