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Hungary Geography

Hungary Geography

Hungary is located in Central Europe, the country is bordered by Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Ukraine and the Slovak Republic. In the north-western part of Hungary, the small lowland extends into the Hungarian low mountain range transforms. Between the Carpathians and the Danube, as well as between the Fruska Gora mountains and the Transylvanian Alps is the Great Hungarian Plain. The Balaton (also known as Balaton) is one of the largest lakes in Europe. Budapest is the capital of…

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Austria Literature from 1945 to 1990

Austria Literature from 1945 to 1990

Coming to terms with participation in or guilt of National Socialism, be it individually or collectively, was initially the exception in Austrian literature immediately after the end of the war, and the war was not a literary subject either. A number of authors kept their domicile abroad, such as Bruckner, J. Améry, the controversial lyricist of the 1968 revolt, E. Fried, and F. Hochwälder, whose plays deal with the immediate past using historical material as an example, and who has…

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Denmark Modern History

Denmark Modern History

The parliamentary elections on November 20, 2001 were decided by the right-wing conservative camp, the third strongest force with 12% of the votes were the right-wing populists (Danish People’s Party). A. Fogh Rasmussen (Liberal Party) then formed a minority government from his and the Conservative People’s Party and introduced a more restrictive policy on foreigners and development aid (first appointment of a Minister for Refugees, Immigration and Integration). Based on positive economic development, the Rasmussen cabinet implemented the »tax freeze«…

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Lithuania Culture and Traditions

Lithuania Culture and Traditions

(Lietuvos Respublika). State of northeastern Europe (65,300 km²). Capital: Vilnius. Administrative division: counties (10). Population: 3,350,079 (2009 estimate). Language: Lithuanian (official), Russian. Religion: Catholics 79%, Orthodox 4.1%, others 16.9%. Monetary unit: litas, in the pl. litai (100 cents). Human Development Index: 0.869 (43rd place). Borders: Latvia (N), Belorussia (E and SE), Poland and Russia (SW), Baltic Sea (NW). Member of: Council of Europe, EBRD, NATO, UN, OSCE, EU and WTO. Visit petwithsupplies for Brief Information About Lithuania. Overlooking the eastern coast…

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Estonia Country Overview

Estonia Country Overview

Estonia – key data Area: 45,228 km² (of which land: 42,388 km², water: 2,840 km). The area of ​​Estonia includes around 1,520 islands in the Baltic Sea. Population: 1.3 million (2011 estimate, CIA). Composition: Estonians 67.9%, Russians 25.6%, Ukrainians 2.1%, Belarusians 1.3%, Finns 0.9%, others 2.2% (2000 census) Population density: 28 people per km² Population growth: -0.641% per year (2011, CIA) Capital: Tallin (403.505 residents, 2006) Highest point: Suur Munamagi, 318 m Lowest point: Baltic Sea, 0 m Form of…

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Moldova Culture and Literature

Moldova Culture and Literature

CULTURE: LITERATURE According to globalsciencellc, the official Moldovan language, mother for approx. 3 million people, actually has a very close proximity to the Romanian one, substantially identical from a phonetic point of view. Until 1940, when Moldova was still part of Romania, there was no other language, but after the Soviet occupation there seemed to be a need, including a political one, for the rediscovery of an original Moldavian stock, with the Cyrillic alphabet.instead of Latin, contiguous to Russian. Only…

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Spain Population and Religion

Spain Population and Religion

Spain, Spanish España [at yield pa ɲ a] officially Reino de España [ rrεino de -] German Kingdom of Spain, country in south Europe, on the Iberian peninsula (2019) 47.1 million residents; The capital is Madrid. Spain also includes the Balearic and Canary Islands as well as the North African possessions of Ceuta and Melilla. Population The ethnic origins of the population are diverse. There are differences between Castilians, Asturians, Aragonians and Andalusians. Basques (with their own pre-Indo-European language), Catalans…

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Sweden Early History

Sweden Early History

HISTORY: PREHISTORY Covered for thousands of years by thick ice sheets, the Swedish territory could offer favorable conditions for human settlement only at the end of the Pleistocene. The main testimonies are therefore referable to different Mesolithic facies, some of which are distributed between Sweden and Denmark. Among these we remember the Brommiano, characterized by the so-called pedunculated points of the “Lyngby” type and by axes in reindeer horn; the Maglemosian, widespread mainly in Denmark, with C14 dating between 7600…

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Finland History

Finland History

Probably in the first centuries AD, Finnish tribes from the Baltic States and the south-east invaded the largely sparsely populated area of ​​today’s southern and central Finland (Finns). Visit printerhall for Finland Since 2000. Part of the Swedish Empire After first contact with Christianity in the 11th century, the Christianization of Finland by Swedish missionaries began in the middle of the 12th century. At the same time, the country came politically under Swedish influence. In 1249 (according to other information 1238/39)…

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Germany Economy: Service Sector

Germany Economy: Service Sector

The tertiary sector as a whole has the largest shares of GDP produced and of employees (68.9% of GDP and about 65% of the workforce), with considerable sectoral productivity. For a majority of these figures, these are service activities intended for businesses, that is to say, to support the enormous production sector mentioned so far. The communications system, which is very dense and well equipped, has a similar purpose, both as regards roads and motorways, and for the railways. The…

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The Classic Degrees in Czech Republic

The Classic Degrees in Czech Republic

The classic degrees in the study system in the Czech Republic correspond to the degrees of the Bologna Process, whereby the term “Bachelor” has been transferred to Czech (Bakalář) and the old expression Magistr has been retained. Bachelor / Bakalář According to searchforpublicschools, bachelor programs (Bakalářšký program) in the Czech Republic qualify for the exercise of a profession or for a postgraduate master’s degree. The Czech Higher Education Act defines 37 different areas of education to which the individual courses…

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University of Essex Student Review

University of Essex Student Review

Education As a foreign student, you can only take a maximum of four modules at the University of Essex . What you actually study does not matter when you enroll. As a sociology student, I took two modules in psychoanalysis, one in philosophy and one in sociology. In addition to the modules in which I was enrolled, I also attended a number of other lectures – which was never a problem for the lecturers. However, because I did not officially…

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Riga Stradins University Student Review

Riga Stradins University Student Review

Hello everyone, I started studying at the RSU in the summer semester of 2016 . It was already clear to me during my school days that I would accept a stay abroad in Latvia in order to be able to study human medicine. As a result, I applied relatively early, but wasn’t sure whether I would actually be accepted. During my application process I asked myself a number of questions which, fortunately , were answered very well and in detail…

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Madrid Travel Guide

Madrid Travel Guide

Madrid is a metropolis of artistic experiences and tapas bars. Versatile Madrid is a fascinating destination that culture lovers, gourmets and shoppers are sure to love. Attractive tapas bars and restaurants, cozy squares and parks, great art experiences and excellent shopping are just a few of the reasons that make Madrid an interesting destination. The Spanish capital, Madrid, offers something for every traveler, making it an easy destination for any party. Art, parks and spectacular squares The Spanish capital Madrid easily…

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Basel Travel Guide

Basel Travel Guide

According to DigoPaul, Basel is the third largest city in Switzerland, which with its 170,000 inhabitants must be considered a small city. In any case, the city is one of the most important in the country when it comes to cultural events, and has a rich history that comes to life through both architecture and art. The city’s central location in Europe provides a stable climate with a lot of rainfall, while the temperature in the summer months makes it…

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