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Outer Mongolia

Outer Mongolia

Today, with this name, we mean Outer Mongolia, that is, the western part of the vast territory inhabited by the Mongols, which was constituted into a republic, under complete Russian domination. The Soviet government, however, faced with the unpopularity of certain clearly communist reforms, which took place at the general meeting of the Hural, held in 1934, with the character of the Constituent Assembly, renounced their application. Instead it has imposed itself absolutely in the military field, so that today…

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Malaysia Attractions

Malaysia Attractions

Hiking in Malaysia Due to the variety of different vegetation and the variety in the mountain regions, Malaysia is an ideal country for trekking tours. Excursions into the cooler and rolling hills of the Cameron Highlands offer unforgettable experiences for both novice and intermediate hikers. In the Taman Negara National Park, tours of all levels of difficulty and in combination with rafting or boat trips are offered. More demanding are the mountain tours to Gunung Tahan at over 2000 m…

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Attractions in Mindoro Island, Philippines

Attractions in Mindoro Island, Philippines

Sablayan. Sablayan is a friendly, tidy town located in Pandan Bay. From the tower of the lighthouse you can clearly see the sea and the beaches surrounding it. Sablayan also organizes trekking tours and motorcycle trips to the mountainous areas of Mindoro. Pandan Island. The magical coral island of North Pandan off the coast of Sablayan covers an area of ​​​​about 30 hectares. Despite its modest size, it has everything that makes a paradise island a paradise: white sand beaches,…

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Bali Island, Indonesia

Bali Island, Indonesia

Taxi Bali has a large number of taxi companies. Therefore, there is no single color for taxi cars. Each company has its own color. Distinctive features of a taxi are the “TAXI” sign installed on the roof and the presence of a meter in the car. Drivers are generally disciplined and turn on the meter immediately upon boarding. If this does not happen, ask the driver to turn on the meter: “meter, pliz” (Meter, please). Taxi services in Bali are…

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Tours to Cambodia

Tours to Cambodia

Tours to Cambodia have recently become an independent tourist route that attracts travelers from Moscow and other regions. This country has something to show connoisseurs of attractions: the ancient city of Angkor, the magnificent capital of Phnom Penh with the famous Silver Pagoda, the temple complexes in Kampong Cham, the Popoquil Waterfalls and the Bokor National Park. Holidays in Cambodia will allow you to enjoy the beauty of the famous Mekong Valley and relax in comfortable hotels located in the…

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North Korea Culture and History

North Korea Culture and History

History From 1910 until the end of World War II in 1945, Korea was occupied by Japan. With the beginning of the East-West conflict, the country was split into North Korea and South Korea in 1948. In the Korean War (1950–53), the People’s Republic of China supported North Korea against the United Nations (UN) armed forces under the leadership of the USA. Peace negotiations failed. To this day, a heavily fortified armistice line separates the two states. The leading politician…

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Japan Language and Literature

Japan Language and Literature

The privilege of reading and writing was only of high society, so Japanese classical literature reflects an elegant, cultured and refined court. The masterpieces of this period are those of the ladies of the court who wrote their intimate diaries, nikki, true literary testimonies of this time. Let us cite one of the oldest: Kagero Nikki (Diary of an ephemeral), by unknown author; and next to it, let us point out the Makura no Soshi (Intimate Sketches) of Sei Shonagon…

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Yemen Culture

Yemen Culture

Architecture The old part of Sana’a is a World Heritage Site with an architectural style that is typical of Yemen such as tower-style houses with multiple floors. Within this part of the city, there is the market or souk al-Milh, which is recognized by many as the best of the Peninsula in which it is located. This part of the city has been inhabited for more than 2,500 years, so there are real architectural gems there. In addition to the multi-storey houses…

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Turkey Industries

Turkey Industries

Natural resources According to Youremailverifier, Turkey has a number of different mineral resources and is one of the world’s most important chrome ore suppliers (mining mainly near Guleman, Fethiye). In addition, the mining of copper ore and barite is of international importance. Other important mining products are lignite, hard coal, crude oil as well as iron ore, bauxite and borax. Energy industry The most important energy sources are natural gas, mostly imported from Russia and Iran (share of total electricity…

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Thailand for The Adventurous

Thailand for The Adventurous

A perfect trip for you who want excitement and adventure. Here you can dive, cycle and hike. Live, eat and sleep in the jungle – like a real forest ranger. Koh Tao and Koh Phangan are characterized by diving, relaxation – all in true backpacker style! Experience Bangkok and all that the big city has to offer. Here you can, among other things, take part in an active bike ride around the city. By bike you see the city’s many…

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Bhutan Overview

Bhutan Overview

(Druk Yul). State of Central Asia (38,394 km²). Capital: Thimphu. Administrative division: districts (20). Population: 683,406 (2009 estimate). Language: dzongkha (official), Nepali dialects, Tibetan dialects. Religion: Buddhists 74.6%, Hindus 25.4%. Currency unit: ngultrum (100 chetrum) and Indian rupee, quoted at par. Human Development Index: 0.619 (132nd place). Borders: Tibet (China) (N), India (E, S, W). Member of: UN. TERRITORY: HUMAN GEOGRAPHY The population, whose density is 18 residents / km², is concentrated above all in the valley bottoms and in…

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Transportation in South Korea

Transportation in South Korea

ON THE GO Traveling by plane Korean Air (KE) (Internet: www.koreanair.com) and Asiana Airlines (OZ) (Internet: http://us.flyasiana.com) regularly connect Seoul with all major cities in the country as well as Cheju-do Island. On the way by car / bus Half of the streets are paved. All major cities are connected by excellent highways. The main route is the 428 km long Seoul – Pusan highway. However, secondary roads and country roads are often in poor condition. Street signs mostly also…

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The Most Beautiful Islands in the Andaman Sea

The Most Beautiful Islands in the Andaman Sea

The Andaman Sea is, unlike the Gulf of Thailand, on the west coast of Thailand. It is home to many islands that are also suitable for island hopping. However, you should take a lot of time , as there are really a lot of beautiful islands to see here. Here, too, I have picked out the most beautiful and interesting islands for you. Ko Phi Phi Island – Hollywood’s favorite According to proexchangerates, Koh Phi Phi – also Ko Phi…

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Israel and Palestine

Israel and Palestine

Israel offers diversity and a wealth of variety like no other! Here you will find everything from fertile valleys, plains, mountain areas and deserts. Here, on historic land, are numerous Jewish, Christian and Muslim memorials. Israel has a strong international character and a large part of the population has come here from all over the world. Join a tour of Israel during which you will get an insight into the modern state of Israel and experience places such as Nazareth,…

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Koh Samui Travel Guide

Koh Samui Travel Guide

Koh Samui is a fine palm island in Thailand. Koh Samui is especially suitable for couples looking for a little luxury on holiday. Koh Samui is ready to challenge even Phuket to the title of Thailand’s most popular holiday island. Thailand’s second largest holiday island Thailand’s third largest island, Koh Samui, with its second spelling of Ko Samui, is located in the Gulf of Siam to the east of the mainland. Koh Samui belongs to the Samui archipelago, which also…

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Bali – an island of thousands of temples

Bali – an island of thousands of temples

It is said that a beloved child has many names. And in Bali there are enough of them! The Indonesian island has been nicknamed the Island of the Gods and the Island of Thousands of Temples . And the names are deserved, as Bali has over 10,000 temples or shrines, each unique. But what is the significance of temples and religion to Balinese? Bali religion and temples The main religion of Bali is Hinduism. Balinese Hinduism is characterized by belief…

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Russia Public Policy

Russia Public Policy

Current policy Russia is a country located in the region of Eastern Europe. In the spring of 2012, Vladimir Putin was re-elected president after taking office as head of government for four years (see Modern History). Back at the presidential post, Putin pushed for a stronger control of political life while strengthening Russian influence abroad. The conquest of Crimea from Ukraine in the spring of 2014 as well as the Russian involvement in Syria from 2015 caused Putin’s popularity to…

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Nepal Public Policy

Nepal Public Policy

Current policy Nepal is a country located in the region of Southern Asia. At the end of 2017, general elections were held in Nepal for the first time since the country was given a new constitution almost two years earlier. Winning became the Maoist party CPN-MC and the communist UML which together formed a left government. Many Nepalese hoped that the election would lead to political stability in a country that experienced ten prime ministers in eleven years – years…

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