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Geography of Tunisia

General information about Tunisia The official name is the Tunisian Republic (Al-Jumhuriyah at-Tunisiyah). Located in North Africa. The area is 163.61 thousand km2, the population is 9.8 million people. (2002,…

Geography of Montenegro

Serbia and Montenegro is located mainly on the Balkan Peninsula, a small part north of the Danube and Sava is part of Central Europe. It extends from north to south…

Nightlife in Istanbul, Turkey

Traditionally, Istanbul’s nightlife used to take place in meykhana (taverns) and gazinos (taverns with liquor, meze, singers and oriental belly dance). There are still a few characteristic, traditional meykhane with…

Condao and Hoi An, Vietnam

Condao Kon Dao is still a corner untouched by modern civilization. 80% of the island (including 150 square kilometers of marine reserve with coral reefs, ideal for diving) are part of…

Myanmar Language and Literature

Myanma is the name that the Burmese give to themselves, their country, and their language. Myanma or Burmese is a tonal language that belongs to the Sino-Tibetan (or Indo-Chinese) family….

Vietnam Politics and History

The Democratic Republic of Vietnam (official name: Viêt – Nam Dan Chu Cong Hoa), which at the census of 1 March 1960 had 15,903,000 residents, is governed by the constitution…

Switzerland Medieval Arts

Internal state of southwestern Europe, bordered to the North with Germany, to the East with Austria and Liechtenstein, to the SE and S with Italy, to the West with France….

Greece Arts Part III

Thus, different forms of autonomous expression emerge, characterized mainly by the use of heterogeneous materials and means of expression, which are encountered above all in the various developments of the…

Greece Arts Part II

Furthermore, scientific theories on the structure of language and thought have their own effect on the sensitivity of various Greek artists; the transposition and transformation of these theories in the…

Greece Arts Part I

The passage from the Sixties to the Seventies was a painful historical experience for Greece During the dictatorial regime of the colonels (1967-74), cultural life underwent a strong shock. The…

Russia Foreign Trade Revolution

The foreign trade revolution. – Everything has changed in Russian foreign trade. Meanwhile, Comecon no longer exists, with its particular rules and internal preferential relations. Above all, a large part of…

Greece Literature and Cinema

Literature At the beginning of the 21st century. Neo-Greek literature is experiencing a crucial and fruitful moment also in reference to the problems posed by European integration in a globalized…

Germany Administrative Law

German administrative law was hitherto predominantly the law of the individual Länder. Presently, in the course of the National Socialist renewal of law, it is in the process of unification….

Egypt Language Part 2

As in Semitic, the direct genitive is expressed with the construct state of the regent noun. Similarly, the indirect genitive is expressed with a relative particle, eg. * n ḡ j “he…

Egypt Language

From a comparative point of view, the Egyptian language presents similarities with the Hamitic languages ​​(Berber and Cushite) and with the Semitic ones. With the former, known to us only…

Windhoek, Namibia

Windhoek in Namibia – one of the most interesting cities in Africa If you travel to Namibia, in most cases you first stop in the capital Windhoek, as this is…