Třebíč (World Heritage)

World Heritage Sites in Czech Republic

World Heritage Sites Historic Center of Prague (Praha) (1992) Historic Center of Český Krumlov (Český Krumlov) (1992) Historical center of Telč (Telč) (1992) St. John of Nepomuk pilgrimage church in Zelená Hora (Grüneberg) (1994) Historic center of Kutná Hora and St. Mary’s Church in Sedlec (1995) Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape (Eisgrub-Feldsberg) (1996) Historic village of Holašovice […]

Tropical rainforests of Sumatra (World Heritage)

Indonesia Cities and World Heritage Sites

Cultural landscape on Bali (World Heritage) The world cultural heritage protects the communities called Subak to maintain complex rice irrigation systems in Bali. Cultural landscape in Bali: facts Official title: Cultural landscape in Bali: the Subak system as a manifestation of the Tri Hita Karana philosophy Cultural monument: Centuries-old Subak system (Subak = connected water) […]

Umm ar-Rasas archaeological site (World Heritage)

World Heritage Sites in Jordan

According to ethnicityology, Jordan, Arabic Al-Urdunn, officially Al-Mamlaka al-Urdunnijja al-Haschimijja, German Hashimite Kingdom of Jordan, is a state in Western Asia with (2018) 10 million residents; The capital is Amman. Baptismal site “Bethany Beyond the Jordan” (Al-Maghtas) (World Heritage) The historic settlement of Bethanien is located two kilometers east of the Jordan, around 50 kilometers from […]

Sydney, Tasmania & Great Ocean Road

Sydney, Tasmania & Great Ocean Road

Discover the best of South Australia; the stunning cities of Sydney and Melbourne, wineries, kangaroos and koalas, nature experiences, hiking, beach holidays, mountains and the country’s best food. Nature is the focus of this road trip but you also see Australia’s two largest cities; Sydney and Melbourne. Australia is a country located in Oceania according to itypeauto. The […]

Nicaragua Literature

Nicaragua Literature

THE STATE Independent since 1821, Nicaragua is a unitary republic. According to a2zdirectory, Nicaragua is a country in Central America. On the basis of the 1987 Constitution, amply modified by the 1995 amendments, the President of the Republic, who is also head of the Government, exercises executive power assisted by the cabinet of ministers appointed […]

Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea Overview

HUMAN GEOGRAPHY The population is very composite, also because the ethnic stocks are different in Bioko and Mbini. In the continental part, the population, made up largely of Bantu fang (82.9%), overlapped by successive immigrations from the N to the native Binga pygmies; on the island, on the other hand, the original residents are the […]

Iran Culture

Iran Culture

Neolithic urban cultures on the soil of today’s Iran (Iranian art) formed the basis for the ancient oriental Elamite culture and Median art , which developed in close contact with neighboring Mesopotamia and Babylonia. The main testimonies are the step temples (zikcurrat) and palace complexes made of adobe bricks, for example in Susa. The Persian […]

Luxembourg (World Heritage)

Luxembourg (World Heritage)

The fortifications are masterpieces by the French Sun King’s military architect, Sébastien le Prestre de Vauban (1633–1707). According to areacodesexplorer, the Wenceslas Wall with its 37 towers and 15 gates in the lower town, the grand ducal palace and the high Gothic Cathedral of Our Lady in the upper town bear witness to the great […]

Mexican Arts

Mexican Arts

Mexican art, term for the art in what is now Mexico. 19th century After independence from Spain in 1810, numerous European artists traveled to Mexico to depict geography, people, everyday life, architecture and archaeological sites, including. Claudio Linati (* 1790, † 1832) from Italy, who introduced lithography, Frédéric Waldeck (* 1766, † 1875) from France, […]

Senegambia Stone Circles (World Heritage)

Gambia Country Overview

Gambia, officially English Republic of the Gambia [r ɪ p ʌ bl ɪ k ɔ f də gæmb ɪ ə], German Republic of the Gambia, country in West Africa with (2019) 2.3 million residents; The capital is Banjul. Landscape According to shoppingpicks, the Gambia borders the Atlantic Ocean in the west, otherwise it is enclosed […]

Petra (World Heritage)

Petra (World Heritage)

The caravan and royal city of the Nabataeans was once an important intersection between Arabia and the Mediterranean. The city was founded in the 2nd century BC. Founded in AD and conquered by the Romans in AD 106. The buildings with their magnificent facades were carved directly out of the rock. Outstanding are the 42 […]

Family Adventures in Australia

Family Adventures in Australia

Go with the family on a camping holiday along Australia’s east coast. Surf Bondi Beach, discover Australia’s wildlife and snorkel on the world’s largest coral reef. Australia is a country located in Oceania according to globalsciencellc. Australia’s fantastic wildlife. The major cities of Sydney and Brisbane and long white sandy beaches. Time for relaxation – and freedom to go […]

Road Trip in Western Australia

Road Trip in Western Australia

Many people miss the enchanting west coast with cozy Perth, the colonial city of Fremantle, vineyards in the Margaret River, dolphins in Monkey Mia and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Shark Bay! Western Australia is for those who want to see a different side of Australia. Here there are few tourists, outback for real with many, […]

Mexican History

Mexican History

Mexican history, common prehistory with other states in Central America. The oldest traces of settlement in the high valley of Mexico are around 20,000 BC. Dated from about 7000 BC. The cultivation of cultivated plants can be proven, especially important the cultivation of the maize. Since around 2000 BC Mexico belonged to the area of […]

Armenian monasteries in Iran (world heritage)

World Heritages in Iran Part II

Historical bazaar in Tabriz (World Heritage) The city of Tabriz on the Silk Road has been a place of cultural exchange since ancient times. The focus: the historical bazaar. It consists of covered buildings that are connected to each other. He achieved his greatest fame from the 13th to the end of the 18th century. […]

Liberia Economy

Liberia Economy and Culture

ECONOMY The economy of Liberia is characterized by factors of foreign dependence (in particular the US) of particular gravity: based on a colonial system often still managed by foreign companies, it cultivates and exports rubber, coffee, cocoa, coconut palm and owes a large part of the its income from mining. The first fundamental sale of […]

Tacht-e Soleiman Archaeological Site (World Heritage)

World Heritages in Iran Part I

Bisutun (world heritage) The rock relief from the 6th century BC Was by Darius I around 520 BC. Commissioned. The trilingual – Old Persian, Elamite and Babylonian – inscription reports on the rise and victories of Darius. It played a crucial role in deciphering the cuneiform script. Bisutun: facts Official title: Bisutun Cultural monument: Archaeological […]

Brazil Country Facts

Brazil Country Facts

Country facts Official name: Federative Republic of Brazil License plate: BR ISO-3166: BR, BRA (76) Internet domain:.br Currency: 1 Real (R $) = 100 Centavos Area: 8 515 770 km² Population (2018): 209.5 million Capital: Brasília Official language (s): Portuguese Form of government: Presidential Federal Republic Administrative division: 26 states and federal district of the […]

Persepolis Ruins (World Heritage)

Persepolis Ruins (World Heritage)

Persepolis is considered a unique testimony to ancient Persian culture. The city was founded by Darius I (522 – 486 BC) and was the capital of the Achaemenid Empire for a long time. The palaces, temples and other buildings were on an artificial terrace. Persepolis was founded in 330 BC. Destroyed by Alexander the great. […]