Tours to Hungary

Tours to Hungary

Hungary – Magyarorszag (Magyar country). State in Central Europe. It has common borders with Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia. The relief is predominantly flat. The climate is continental – winters are warm, summers are hot. Forests have been preserved only in mountainous areas (20% of the country’s territory). Budapest is the country’s capital and largest city. Capital: Budapest Large cities Debrecen, Pecs, Eger, Miskolc, Szeged Language According to Arist…

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Romania Basic Information

Romania Basic Information

Basic data Capital Bucharest (București, Bucharest) Population 19.2 million Language Romanian, at the level of local administration it is also possible to use minority languages ​​in some areas Religion Christianity (81% Romanian Orthodox Church) State system republic (multi-party parliamentary system with strong powers of the president, 2 chambers of parliament) Head of State Klaus Iohannis Head of government Nicolae Ciuca Currency name Romanian leu, 100 bani, (ISO 4217 code is…

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Memo to a Tourist in Italy

Memo to a Tourist in Italy

DOCUMENTS: Issued one day before departure at the company’s office after 17-00. AIRLINE TICKETS: Check your air ticket carefully. The ticket indicates the local departure time of the aircraft. Flight check-in starts 2 hours 30 minutes before the departure time. The travel company is not responsible for the cancellation, delay or change of your flight. Please do not leave luggage and personal belongings unattended (our company is not responsible for…

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Malta Tourist Guide

Malta Tourist Guide

Brief information about the country The Maltese archipelago consists of three main islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino; and also from the many uninhabited – Cominotto, Filfla, St. Paul’s and others. Malta and its islands are located about 93 km south of Sicily and 230 km north of the coast of North Africa. The total area of ​​the archipelago is 316 sq. km (Malta – 246 sq. km, Gozo – 67…

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List of Ministries in Italy Since May 24, 1948

president, Fanfani Amintore

– (May 24, 1949 – January 14, 1950): president and, ad int., Italian Africa, De Gasperi Alcide; vice president and merchant navy, Saragat Giuseppe (resigned on 7 November 1949); vice-presidents, without portfolio, Attilio Piccioni; Giovanni Porzio; without portfolio, Roberto Tremelloni (vice president of CIR and CIR-ERP, who resigned on 7 November 1949); Giovannini Alberto; foreign, Sforza Carlo; interiors, Scelba Mario; grama and justice, Grassi Giuseppe (died January 25, 1950); finance, Vanoni Ezio; treasure and, to the int., balance sheet, Pella Giuseppe; defense, Pacciardi Randolfo; public education, Gonella Guido; public…

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Spain History – The Visigothic Comination Part II

Spain History - The Visigothic Comination 2

The blow was very rough. The monarchy with Gaul lost its center; and not only did he not have the strength to win her back, but he saw his very existence in danger. The Iberian Peninsula, on which by now he had to rely almost exclusively, was a country of too recent conquest to be able to immediately become its valid support. Moreover, since Clovis’s conversion to Catholicism had given…

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Spain History – The Visigothic Comination Part I

After numerous attacks, finally overcoming the resistance of the Basques, who have been staunch defenders of the independence of their land for many years, in 409, to the Vandals, some ranks of Alani and a branch of the Swabians, he managed to cross the Pyrenees gorges. Much of the Iberian Peninsula was sacked; and then, around 411, the invaders thus divided the country: the Swabians and the Asdingi Vandals took…

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Civil Wars in Spain Part III

Civil Wars in Spain 3

On the other hand, what became more and more acute was the gap between the regions forming the Castilian monarchy and those constituting the Catalan-Aragonese: the accession to the Aragonese throne of Ferdinand el de Antequera having changed the situation very little, although it could in some way prepare the country to accept closer dynastic ties; because at the moment of the marriage between Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of…

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Civil Wars in Spain Part II

Civil Wars in Spain 2

Miserably failed the dream of Alfonso X of León and Castile, who had hoped to be crowned emperor (and in his mad attempt he had destroyed the state treasury and strengthened the opposition to the enterprise that was not considered to be of national interest in the country with the unpopular measures he had been forced to take to make up for the lack of money, with his tendencies towards…

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Civil Wars in Spain Part I

Civil Wars in Spain 1

The era of civil wars in Spain and the Catalan-Aragonese expansion in the Mediterranean. – It was in such conditions, when the great military enterprises against the Muslim world ended with the deaths of Ferdinand III of León and Castile and of James I of Aragon. In fact, if the war, which continued especially from Castile, lasted another seventy years until the battle of the Río Salado, on the other…

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