Australia Visa

Australia Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

Embassy in Australia Australia, Embassy in Moscow Australian Embassy in the Russian Federation: Moscow, Podkolokolny per., 10a/2 Tel.: +7 (495) 956-60-70 Fax: +7 (495) 956-61-62 Reception of citizens in the Department Visas and Immigration is carried out by appointment. Appointments can be made by phone or by email. Phone call hours: 9:00 am to 12:30 […]

History in Papua New Guinea

History in Papua New Guinea

According to topschoolsintheusa, the territory of modern New Guinea became inhabited 60 thousand years ago. The inhabitants of these places were mainly engaged in agriculture. In the 16th century, Portuguese and Spanish merchants landed on the shores of New Guinea. It was the Spaniards who called the largest island of the Pacific Ocean New Guinea, […]

History in Tonga

History in Tonga

People appeared on the Tonga archipelago as early as the 13th century BC, so these islands are considered one of the oldest centers of Polynesian culture. In the 10th century AD. Tongans began to unite in tribes, headed by leaders. The first dynasty of leaders was called Tui Tonga. In the 15th and 16th centuries, […]

History in Palau

History in Palau

According to topschoolsintheusa, the first inhabitants appeared on the Palau Islands about 4 thousand years ago, they were immigrants from the eastern part of Indonesia. A tribal system prevailed here, where the main role was assigned to the leaders, with elements of matriarchy, when money and property were inherited through the female line. The Spaniards […]

History in Fiji

History in Fiji

The first inhabitants appeared on the Fiji archipelago in 1500 BC. e. They were Austronesians. They were engaged in fishing, farming, cattle breeding and set sail to the neighboring islands. Around the 10th century AD. Polynesians began to appear on the islands (residents of the neighboring islands of Tonga and Samoa). The first Europeans, led […]

Marshall Islands Resorts

Marshall Islands Resorts and Attractions

The Marshall Islands is a Pacific state in Micronesia, associated (a form of confederation of unequal states united on a bilateral basis, in which a smaller state, while formally maintaining sovereignty and independence, entrusts a significant part of its power to a larger state) with the United States. According to smb, the capital is Majuro. […]

New Zealand Resorts

New Zealand Resorts and Attractions

New Zealand (Long white cloud) is a state in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The islands were discovered in 1642. The main territory of the country is made up of two islands, South and North. According to smb, the capital is Wellington. Dutch cartographers named the islands Nova Zeelandia after one of the provinces of the […]

Micronesia Resorts

Micronesia Resorts and Attractions

Micronesia is part of Oceania. Includes the Marianas, Carolines, Marshalls, Gilberts and Nauru. According to smb, Micronesia is currently divided into several states. The Federated States of Micronesia are island-states: Kosrae, Pohnpei, the Yap and Chuuk island groups. The capital is Palikir. The official language is English. Currency – US dollar. Religion – Christianity. The […]

Education of New Zealand

Economy and Education of New Zealand

Economy of New Zealand New Zealand is one of the most economically developed countries. GDP per capita approx. 20 thousand US dollars (according to the purchasing power parity of the currency, 2002). GDP growth rates are low (1-3% per year), but quite stable. Most of the population is employed in the service sector: 27% – […]

Visa to Australia

Visa to Australia

For the period of quarantine, entry to Australia for citizens of Ukraine is open. According to a2zgov, the Australian Embassy operates as usual for the acceptance and issuance of documents. To enter the territory of Australia, citizens of Ukraine need to apply for a visa to Australia. Obtaining a visa to Australia is not an […]

Cocos Islands History

Cocos Islands History and Economy

The Cocos (Keeling) Islands Territory, also called the Cocos Islands and the Keeling Islands, is a territory of Australia. There are two atolls and twenty-seven coral islands in the group. The islands are located in the Indian Ocean, about halfway between Australia and Sri Lanka. Cook Islands comprehensive information can be found on simplyyellowpages. History Captain William Keeling was the first European to […]

Australia democracy and rights

Australia – The Penepian

The Kimberley (or Tasman Land) forms the northwestern part of the Great Australian Penepian. It differs from most of this mainly in having an annual precipitation above 500 mm; it consists of different soils eroded to varying degrees. The highest point is Mount Hann (853 m.). Due to the considerable rainfall, the penepiano, already almost […]

Australia Exploration

Australia Exploration

The appearance of the new lands, discovered here and there at times, was everywhere desolate and inhospitable; more than one of the navigators had been massacred by the natives during the first descents on the coasts. However, the government of the Dutch colonies, in order to more fully explore the Ocean in S., and to […]

Australia Ethnology

Australia Ethnology

No continent, like Australia, was inhabited entirely, until the century. XIX forwarded by primitive peoples. Such a recent occupation of the hunting territories of Australia’s indigenous peoples allowed a careful study of their customs before their culture was suffocated by that of the colonizers. But, due to the particular configuration of the continent, the primitive […]

Australia Finance

Australia Finance

The Commonwealth and individual states have separate budgets; However, all the revenues deriving from customs and the postal service are due only to the Commonwealth budget and correspondingly all the expenses connected with the aforementioned revenues and all those relating to national defense. The financial statements of the Commonwealth and of the individual states include […]

Australia After 1937

Australia After 1937

Following the elections of 1937, which confirmed the votes of 1931 and 1934, the Lyons government was able to reconstitute itself on the basis of the United Australia Party and Country Party coalition. During 1938, Japan’s war against China provoked a more intransigent reaction in the country than the government was then willing to demonstrate: the dock workers decided […]

Australia Geology

Australia Geology

In Australia the main geological regions correspond roughly to the topographical divisions; four are the largest on the continent: a) the peneplane of paleozoic and archaic rocks which occupies almost all of Western Australia, Northern and Central Australia and the north-western part of South Australia; b) the mountainous reliefs of the eastern part, consisting mainly of paleozoic […]

Tonga Economy

Tonga Economy and Society

Economic development The agriculture of Tonga contributed 41% of the Gross Domestic Product in 1990 and employed 45% of working capacity. Crops of coconuts, vanilla, squash, and bananas, which typically make up the bulk of Tongan exports, are the most common, in addition to yams, taro, sweet potatoes, melons, tomatoes, cassava, lemons, limes, oranges, peanuts, and Chinese trees. bread for internal consumption. Tonga comprehensive information can be found on simplyyellowpages. The islanders raise pigs, goats, poultry, and cattle. Fishing is usually […]

Tokelau Culture

Tokelau Economy and Culture

Economy Tokelau is a very poor community, with a consumption power of about 1,000 US $ (814 €) per capita. The government earns approximately € 410,000 (less than US $ 500,000) annually, against expenses of € 2,300,000 (US $ 2,800,000). This shortfall is offset by the financial assistance provided from New Zealand. Tokelau exports around […]

Turks and Caicos Islands History

Turks and Caicos Islands History and Government

History The first residents of the islands were the indigenous people, including the Arawak people, who were, for centuries, gradually replaced by the Caribs. The first European to document the islands was the Spanish conqueror Juan Ponce de León, who did so in 1512. During the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the islands passed from Spanish, to French, to British control, […]

Palau History

Palau History and Economy

Palau is a group of islands located in the Pacific Ocean, they belong to Oceania and have about 22,000 residents. They are about 500 km east of the Philippines and became independent from the United States in 1994. Palau comprehensive information can be found on simplyyellowpages. History The early history of the Palau (Belau) is largely veiled in mystery. Why, how and when people came […]

Papua New Guinea History

Papua New Guinea History

Papua New Guinean. It is a country in Oceania that occupies the eastern half of the island of New Guinea and a large number of islands located around it. It is located in the north of Australia, west of the Solomon Islands and southwest of the Pacific Ocean, in a region defined since the beginning of the 19th century as Melanesia. Port Moresby is the capital city of Papua New […]

New Zealand History

New Zealand State Overview

New Zealand is a country in Oceania that is located in the southwest Pacific Ocean, southeast of Australia. It is made up of two large islands, the North Island and the South Island, along with other smaller islands, among them Stewart Island and the Chatham Islands. This island nation is bordered to the north and east by the South Pacific, to the west by […]

Nauru History

Nauru History and Politics

History The events prior to its colonization at the end of the 19th century are little known due to the lack of written sources and the almost absence of archaeological data. Subsequent events are closely linked to the history of its only wealth: phosphate. Nauru comprehensive information can be found on simplyyellowpages. It was probably initially populated by […]

New Caledonia History

New Caledonia History and Geography

History The western Pacific Ocean was populated 50,000 years ago. Then the Austronesians came to the area. The various groups of people who settled in the Melanesian archipelagos are known as Lapita. These arrived in New Caledonia and the Loyalty Islands around 1,500 BC. The Lapita were skilled navigators and farmers and influenced much of this area […]

Samoa History

Samoa State Overview

Samoa, officially the Independent State of Samoa. It is a country that includes a group of islands belonging to the Polynesian archipelago in the south of the Pacific. From 1900 to 1914 they were known as German Samoa, and from 1914 to 1997 as Western Samoa. They were discovered in 1722 and achieved their independence in 1962. Apia is the capital city of Samoa according to simplyyellowpages. History There are two Samoas, the […]

Marshall Islands History

Marshall Islands History

Marshall Islands. Officially the Republic of the Marshall Islands is an island state located in the Pacific Ocean, in Micronesia. Complete independence in accordance with international law occurred on December 22, 1990, when the United Nations officially terminated the trust over the territory. It is a nation whose independence in 1990 made it one of the youngest countries in Oceania. It was part of the […]

Kiribati State Overview

Kiribati State Overview

Kiribati. An island state of Oceania, it is made up of several island groups (Gilbert, Banaba, Phoenix and Line Islands), distributed in an extensive strip of the Pacific Ocean around the Equator line. It is the only country in the world crossed by the international date line. Tarawa is the capital city of Kiribati according to simplyyellowpages. The Kiribati archipelago, crossed by Ecuador, is located in […]

Fiji History

Fiji History

Fiji is an island country in Oceania, made up of 322 islands and about 500 islets, located in the southern Pacific Ocean. Suva is the capital city of Fiji according to simplyyellowpages. The main island of Fiji is known as Viti Levu, and it is from it that the name Fiji derives, since its common pronunciation in English sounds […]