Summer Vacation in Thailand

Summer Vacation in Thailand

Spend your summer vacation in Thailand and experience golden temples, everyday life on Bangkok’s rivers, Pranburi’s pristine beaches and the vast landscapes of Sam Roi Yot National Park, the beautiful sandy beach on the tropical island of Koh Talu. The adventure begins in Bangkok where you can visit the local and vibrant markets, experience the […]

Berlin Wall

Berlin Wall

Berlin Wall, from 1961 to 1989/90, a strictly guarded military barrier system along the sector border (demarcation line) around West Berlin. Visit ask4beauty for Europe overview. The wall was built by the GDR since August 13, 1961 with the support of the Warsaw Pact states under the name “Antifascist protective wall” using the GDR’s army, combat […]

Ireland History

Ireland History

Colonized towards the century. IV a. C. from Celtic populations that overlapped the pre-existing Prittani, of unknown origin, the island formed a series of small states including that of Connaught prevailed to the point that its king was considered the “high king” by all the others , thus constituting a feudal unit ante litteram. Escaped […]

Downtown Baku (World Heritage)

Downtown Baku (World Heritage)

The old town of Baku is considered a jewel of historical city architecture, in which various cultural influences become visible. Most of the walls and towers have been in place since Persian times. Outstanding examples include the Maiden’s Tower from the 12th century, the Palace of the Khans of Shirvan from the 15th century, the […]

Boston Overview

Boston Overview

Boston – capital of Massachusetts JP, Dot Southie and Eastie – affectionate names for districts that were once independent cities and now form characteristic parts of Boston, the largest city in New England and the capital of the US state of Massachusetts on the east coast of the country according to Abbreviationfinder. In probably no […]

Buenos Aires, Argentina Sightseeing

Buenos Aires, Argentina Sightseeing

Special places, streets and neighborhoods Plaza de Mayo Since the city was founded for the second time in 1580, the square has been the center of the city. The presidential palace (“Casa Rosada”), the building of the former city council (“Cabildo”), which today houses a historical museum, the national bank (“Banco de la Nación”) and […]

Antalya Transportation

Antalya Transportation

General In Antalya – as in the rest of the country – you drive on the right side of the road. The maximum speeds shown can of course be reduced or increased by means of traffic signs. Regardless of the information given here, it is advisable to obtain detailed information from the ADAC, the AvD or […]

Algeria Travel Warning

Algeria Travel Warning

Terrorism In recent years there have been repeated terrorist attacks and kidnappings in Algeria, especially in the Algerian Sahara region, but also in the north and north-east of the country (especially Kabylia). The threat of terrorism, which is primarily directed against the state security forces, persists. Due to the tense security situation throughout the region […]

Transportation in Bahrain

Transportation in Bahrain

GETTING THERE Arriving by plane The regional airline Gulf Air (GF) (Internet: www.gulfair.com) offers non-stop and transfer connections from Frankfurt / M. at. National airlines fly from Europe, sometimes in cooperation with Qatar Airways and Gulf Air. Air passes With the Star Alliance Middle East Airpass, travelers can explore Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, Jordan, Qatar, Kuwait, […]

Transportation in Singapore

Transportation and Currency in Singapore

ON THE GO Traveling by plane According to youremailverifier, the Republic of Singapore Flying Club (Internet: www.singaporeflyingclub.com) offers sightseeing flights. On the way by car / bus Bus: Two local bus companies, SMRT Buses (Internet: www.smrt.com.sg/buses.html) and Singapore Shuttle Bus (SSB) (Internet: http://www.smrtbuses.com.sg/) are for the public Local traffic responsible. In addition, minibuses and shuttle […]

Transportation in Belgium

Transportation in Belgium

ON THE GO Traveling by plane There is no domestic air traffic. Express buses run from Brussels Airport to Antwerp, Ghent and Liège (Luik / Liège). An airport bus runs between Antwerp (city) and Brussels Airport, the journey is free for some passengers (see Travel – International). On the way by car / bus Belgium […]

Burkina Faso Crime

Burkina Faso Safety

Islamist terror The jihadist attack on the “Cappuccino” restaurant and the “Hotel Splendid” on January 15, 2016 with 33 dead put an end to Burkina Faso’s reputation as a safe and quiet country. After a series of attacks, jihadists last attacked a military camp and civilians at Christmas 2019. The Federal Foreign Office has been […]

Tahiti History

Tahiti History

Early history Tahiti and the islands around it were probably founded around 1,500 years BC. populated from Tonga, Samoa and Southeast Asia. The Society Islands and Marquesa Islands were settled first. The people called themselves Maohi. Rahitea Island, then known as Hawiki. It still appears in many legends of the Polynesians, for example in the […]

Beate Uhse-Köstlin

Kaliningrad Region Famous People

Musician Michael Wieck (born 1928), German violinist and author Michael Wieck was born on July 19th in what was then Köngsberg. After the Second World War, Wieck first emigrated to Berlin, where, after studying music, he played the first violin in the RIAS Symphony Orchestra from 1952 and was the second concertmaster of the Berlin […]

New Zealand Animals

New Zealand Animals and Plants

In the beginning there was the forest Before humans discovered New Zealand, most of the vegetation consisted of trees, mixed forests that were always green. Today only 20 percent of the country is forested, especially in the west of the South Island and the north of the North Island. The Kauri tree The Kauri tree […]

The Driskill Hotel in Austin

Austin Texas Travel Guide

Not only music lovers are enthusiastic about the capital Austin. The self-proclaimed “Live Music Capital of the World” is probably the most liberal city in the state. Students and politicians meet musicians and actors here. Countless clubs in the downtown area invite you to enjoy live music of all genres in the evenings. Despite its […]

Biomass in Brazil

Biomass in Brazil

The agribusiness includes the production of energy from biomass, an area in which Brazil is a world leader, the leadership is due to the country’s competitiveness in sugar production, an area in which it has the lowest production cost in the world – according to the Association of Sugar and Alcohol Industries of the State […]

Land Structure in Brazil

Land Structure in Brazil

In Brazil’s history, there is a recurring discussion about the land tenure structure, characterizing it as excluding and generating profound socioeconomic inequalities . In the initial decades of colonization, the Portuguese Crown, in the figure of Dom João III, saw the need to “patrol” the conquered lands, starting from the coast, through an effective occupation […]

Sicily Italy

The Largest Islands in Italy

Ischia – Exotic nature and thermal springs An exotic nature that is second to none awaits you on Ischia. Fantastic gardens with extraordinary plants, great hiking trails and spectacular panoramic views attract many vacationers. In addition, Ischia is located near Naples and is therefore simply perfect for a day trip. Wellness lovers in particular get […]

Sergipe, Brazil Overview

Sergipe, Brazil Overview

The smallest state in Brazil, Sergipe is also one of the largest producers and exporters of oil and oranges in the country. The coast of the state, with untouched natural landscapes, and the historic cities listed by the heritage are an important pole of tourist attraction in the Northeast region. The state of Sergipe (in […]

Geography of Tocantins

Geography of Tocantins

A dream nurtured for almost two centuries by the population that inhabited the north of the former state of Goiás , the creation of the state of Tocantins gave an important impetus to the population of north-central Brazil and opened a new development front towards the interior of the country, in a region with a […]

All About Minas Gerais 2

The population of Minas Gerais The state of Minas Gerais has about 21 million inhabitants. In 2013, it occupied the ninth position in the ranking of the national HDI, with an index of 0.731. Life expectancy at birth was 77.7 years and the illiteracy rate reached 6% of the population in 2018. Of the total […]

Minas Gerais 1

All About Minas Gerais 1

Owner of the second largest industrial park in Brazil, Minas Gerais is one of the three richest states in the country. The mineral and steel sectors stand out, alongside historic tourism. Cradle of the gold cycle, Minas brings the marks of the past. Historical aspects Until the middle of the 17th century, the Portuguese-Brazilian presence […]

Before the trip to Saint Martin

Before the trip to Saint Martin

Passport and Visa Nordic citizens do not need a visa to travel to Saint Martin / St Marteen if you stay shorter than 30 days. Check that your passport is valid until the day after the return journey. The passport must not be cracked or broken. Vaccinations and health Make sure you have good comprehensive […]

Brazilian Biomes

Brazilian Biomes

To talk about nature in a broader and more explanatory way, it is necessary to know some key concepts, ideal for understanding it in its entirety. One of these concepts is the so-called biome . By biome, it is understood a set of ecosystems that live in balance and function in a stable way, coexisting […]

São Francisco River Basin

Major Basins in Brazil

Amazon Basin With 3.9 million km 2 , the Amazon is the largest river basin in the world. It bathes almost half of the Brazilian territory. The main river in this basin, the Amazonas, is the most extensive and the largest volume of water in the entire globe. We know that the Amazon River is […]

Brazilian river basin

Platinum Basin: the River Plate Basin

The second major Brazilian river basin is Platina, also called the La Plata Basin or the Paraná-Paraguay-Uruguay system. In addition to the 1,415,245 km 2 (or just over 16% of the Brazilian territory), the Platinum Basin covers lands in Paraguay, Argentina and Uruguay. According to Petsinclude.com, the Southern Region of Brazil is characterized by the […]

Montenegro Coastline near Kotor

Sights in Montenegro

Montenegro is an up-and-coming holiday region on the southeastern Adriatic coast. The beautiful country in the Balkans has been an independent state since June 2006 and was previously part of the Republic of Yugoslavia. The capital and at the same time the largest city of the country is Podgorica, which has around 150,000 inhabitants and […]