Information about Nepal

Information about Nepal

Nepal is adorned with mighty Himalayas that stretch their snow-capped peaks towards the sky. The country’s magnificent nature also provides world-class trekking, hiking and rafting mixed with outstanding opportunities for jungle safaris in the national parks. On this page you will find practical information and facts about Nepal. PRACTICAL INFORMATION ABOUT TRAVELING IN NEPAL Climate […]

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Kenya Economy

Kenya Economy

ECONOMY: GENERAL INFORMATION The Kenyan economy before the arrival of the British was based on agriculture and subsistence farming in the interior of the country and on trade with Asia and Arab markets in the coastal areas. At the end of the nineteenth century, Great Britain began to settle militarily and politically in the area […]

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Hebrew Language

Hebrew Language

Hebrew language, term for a North (West) Semitic language (Semitic languages). Closely related to Ugaritic, Phoenician and Moabite, and also closely related to Aramaic. In Egyptian and Babylonian texts from the 15th – 13th centuries Century BC Words from the language of Palestine, which are documented in BC, suggest that this was already similar to […]

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Thailand Economy

Thailand Economy Sectors

ECONOMY: INDUSTRY AND MINERAL RESOURCES The industry employs just over a fifth of the active population but, as “submerged” manufacturing activities are widespread, practiced outside the legal controls, the figure certainly underestimates the number of workers in the sector. Generally speaking, the consumer goods industry has developed in Thailand (to the detriment of the heavy […]

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Norway Geography

Norway Geography

Norway borders in the south with the North Sea (including Skagerrak), in the west with the European Arctic Ocean (known as the Norwegian Sea off the central Norwegian coast), in the north with the Barents Sea (Arctic Ocean), in the north-east with Russia (196 km long border with the Murmansk region) and Finland (727 km) […]

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China People

China Population

Of the population of China, more than 92% are Chinese (Han). They speak Chinese with numerous dialects (Chinese language and writing). About 8% of the population belong to the national minorities, who live mainly in the sparsely populated southwest, western and northwest border regions, partly in autonomous areas where the language of the respective minority […]

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Portugal Arts

Portugal Arts

Some Christian churches remain from the period of the Visigothic domination in which Byzantine elements are mixed with others of Germanic derivation (San Frutuoso in Braga, VII century). Arab constructions are scarcer (some fortifications, Mozarabic church of Lamosa, 10th century) due to the destruction caused by the wars of Reconquest. In the sec. XII, with […]

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