Denver, Colorado

Denver, Colorado

According to growtheology, Denver is the capital of the mountain state of Colorado. Although this city may not be at the top of your wish list, you should still consider it. Nowhere can you mix up culture (in the form of museums, restaurants and shops) and discover the great outdoors as well as in Denver. […]

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US 89 in Montana

US 89 in Montana

  US 89 Get started Gardiner End Babb Length 392 mi Length 630 km Route Wyoming Livingston White Sulfur Springs Great Falls Vaughn choteau browning Babb According to Iamaccepted, US 89 is a US Highway in the US state of Montana. The road forms a north-south route through the west and center of the state, […]

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Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, New York

Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, New York

  I-278 Get started Brooklyn End Queens Length 12 mi Length 17 km Route Gowanus Expressway 26 Hamilton Avenue 27 Atlantic Avenue 28A Cadman Plaza West 28B Brooklyn Bridge 29A Manhattan Bridge 29B Tillary Street 30 Flushing Avenue 31 Wythe Avenue 32A Williamsburg Bridge 32B Metropolitan Avenue 33 Humboldt Street 34 Meeker Avenue 35 → […]

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Nevada History

Nevada History

First European Explorations (1770–1855) Before the Europeans colonized present-day Nevada, it was sparsely populated by Native American tribes. The area has a rough and dry climate, which means that the population density was (very) low. Under New Spain According to watchtutorials, Franciscan Brother Francisco Garcés was probably the first European to visit the area in […]

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State Route 4 in Ohio

State Route 2 and 4 in Ohio

Ohio State Route 2 SR-2 Get started Hicksville End Painesville Length 227 mi Length 366 km Route Indiana state line Hicksville Bryan Stryker Archbold Wauseon Delta Swanton Holland Toledo Anthony Wayne Bridge Oregon Bono freeway West Port Clinton Port Clinton East Port Clinton Erie-Ottawa Regional Airport Lakeside Edison Bridge Bay View West Sandusky Southwest Sandusky […]

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U.S. Geography

U.S. Geography

The surface of the USA can be divided into five main geographical areas. To the east and southeast, the broad Coastal Plain stretches along the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coasts. The Appalachian Mountains run parallel to the east coast. West of them, the central plain turns into a prairie plateau. The entire western half […]

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Bakersfield, California

Bakersfield, California

Bakersfield is young and therefore not a destination for travelers interested in archeology. But if you want to get to know America today, you will like Bakersfield and enjoy your stay there. When you hear the word ” California “, you probably first think of sun, beach, waves and surfers. If you think of California […]

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Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

The hill called by the Indians Shawmut or Mushawomut and by the settlers Trimountain corresponds to the current Beacon Hill, on which the Government Palace stands. The name of Boston was adopted on September 16, 1630, in homage to the city of Lincolnshire from which many of the settlers came, who landed on the site of present-day Charlestown on June 17, […]

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Victoria, British Columbia (Canada)

Victoria, British Columbia (Canada)

According to themakeupexplorer, the city of Victoria is the capital of the province of British Columbia. It is located on the southeast coast of Vancouver Island. Vancouver Island is separated from the Canadian mainland by the Strait of Georgia. You can get here by plane or by ferry from the city of Vancouver. Victoria is […]

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Holidays in Mexico

Holidays in Mexico

Mexico is an amazing country with sandy beaches, ancient sites and great opportunities for active sports. Holidays in Mexico can become truly unforgettable and varied – it’s not for nothing that US residents love to relax here so much. Advantages and disadvantages Advantages Warm sea and gorgeous beaches Vacation exotic interesting nature Rich culture, ancient […]

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About Greenland

About Greenland

The residence of winter or the fabulous ice kingdom, Greenland is one of the rare tourist destinations in the world. Only a few daredevils are willing to take the risk and go to the abode of eternal glaciers that cover more than 80% of the island to see the mysterious fjords, taste fresh reindeer milk, […]

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Tours to Puerto Rico

Tours to Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is a wonder island in the Caribbean. The secret of the unique atmosphere of Puerto Rico is hidden in the history and culture of this island. Puerto Rico is a tropical paradise with turquoise ocean waters, colorful fish, palm trees, lush tropical greenery, sweet scents of exotic flowers and rosy sunsets. The island, […]

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United States Climate

United States Climate

United States of America is a federal state of North America, whose territory is divided between 50 member states and the District of Colombia, in which the capital Washington is located. The territorial continuity of the S. was altered in January 1959, when the dignity of a member state was granted to Alaska, separated from the neighboring states (conterminous United […]

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Panama Culture

Panama Society and Culture

Social development The Ministry of Social Development of Panama is the institution that develops strategic actions to promote human and social growth of the people who live in the national territory. Through the Law No.29 1 of August of 2005 reorganizes the Ministry of Youth, Women, Children and Family Affairs and the Ministry of Social Development of Panama is […]

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Dominican Republic Culture

Dominican Republic Culture

Dominican culture is a mixture of European, African and, to a lesser degree, indigenous elements. Among the popular festivals that are known in the country is the carnival, which is celebrated in many communities. There is even a Maroon Carnivalrelated more to African than European customs. In addition, there are the patron saint festivals that each […]

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Guatemala Arrivals

Guatemala Arrivals

Airplane: the Guatemalan national airline, Aviateca, is part of the regional Grupo TACA (together with El Salvador’s TACA, Costa Rica’s Lacsa and Nicaragua’s Nica). The US Federal Aviation Administration only gave the civil aviation authorities of Guatemala and El Salvador category 2, which means that they do not meet international aviation safety standards. Flights from […]

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How to Get to Mexico

How to Get to Mexico

Airplane: The most important airlines in Mexico are Mexicana (flies mainly to the USA) and Aeromexico (also offers flights to Europe, for example Paris). Their flight safety is comparable to that of the major US and European airlines. Iberia and Lufthansa fly from Europe to Mexico City, Lauda Air and Belair (from Zurich) also to Cancun. Condor offers relatively cheap flights to Cancun from Frankfurt, LTU also flies to […]

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Information about Aruba

Information about Aruba

Aruba’s pastel capital has Spanish-Caribbean-Dutch architecture. Here you can marvel at luxury cruisers that dock, giggle at American tourists in Hawaiian shirts, shop for diamonds – or have a refreshing lime drink at Iguana Joe’s bar. However, it is the beaches that attract the most and here most people spend most of their stay. Warm […]

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WTO History

WTO History

The emergence The World Trade Organization (WTO) was formed in 1995, but plans for an international trade organization already existed when the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank were formed in 1944. A decision was made in 1948 to establish the International Trade Organization (ITO) as a specialist body within the UN. However, […]

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Map of United States Washington D.C.

United States 2005

Yearbook 2005 USA. The beginning of President George W. Bush’s second term was marked by adversity for his Republican party. According to countryaah, Washington, D. C. is the capital and one of the major cities within the country of United States. The domestic political debate was permeated by bitter contradictions between the parties, and a […]

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Map of Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain

Trinidad and Tobago 2005

Yearbook 2005 Trinidad and Tobago. When elections were held to the local parliament in Tobago on January 17, the ruling bourgeois party PNM (People’s National Movement) won eleven of the twelve seats. According to countryaah, Port-of-Spain is the capital and one of the major cities within the country of Trinidad and Tobago. A mandate went […]

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Map of Saint Lucia Castries

Saint Lucia 2005

Yearbook 2005 Saint Lucia. In the spring, the CARICOM countries, which include Saint Lucia, installed the new Caribbean Court of Justice, which will settle disputes between Member States of the Caribbean Cooperation Organization and possibly replace the British Privy Council as the highest court in the country. According to countryaah, Castries is the capital and […]

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Map of Saint Kitts and Nevis Basseterre

Saint Kitts and Nevis 2005

Yearbook 2005 Saint Christopher and Nevis. In March, the government decided to close the 300-year-old, state-owned sugar industry after the year’s harvest was salvaged. The sugar industry that had been so important for many years had suffered a great loss. According to countryaah, Basseterre is the capital and one of the major cities within the […]

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Map of Panama Panama City

Panama 2005

Yearbook 2005 Panama. According to countryaah, Panama City is the capital and one of the major cities within the country of Panama. President Martín Torrio’s draft budget, which was presented in January and included cuts in the public sector and increased corporate taxes to overcome the budget deficit, was met by strong protests from both […]

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Map of Nicaragua Managua

Nicaragua 2005

Yearbook 2005 Nicaragua. Both the ruling Liberal Party PLC (Partido Liberal Constitucionalista) and the main opposition party Sandinist Party FSLN (Frente Sandinista de la Liberación Nacional) have experienced fragmentation trends during the year. Especially within the FSLN, excitement is rising ahead of the 2006 presidential election since the very popular former mayor of Managua and […]

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Map of Mexico Mexico City

Mexico 2005

Yearbook 2005 Mexico. By the end of the year, the three main candidates for the 2006 presidential election were ready. The nomination processes in all three major parties were bordered by internal struggles. According to countryaah, Mexico City is the capital and one of the major cities within the country of Mexico. The candidate who, […]

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Map of Jamaica Kingston

Jamaica 2005

Yearbook 2005 Jamaica. According to countryaah, Kingston is the capital and one of the major cities within the country of Jamaica. The right-wing opposition party Jamaica’s Workers Party (JLP) in February elected Bruce Golding as new leader since Edward Seaga opted to step down. Golding was a member of the JLP between 1970 and 1995, […]

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Map of Honduras Tegucigalpa

Honduras 2005

Yearbook 2005 Honduras. After a long drawn out voting process, the Liberal Party’s candidate, the former bank director Manuel Zelaya, was declared twelve days after the November 27 election day as barely a winner in the presidential election in Honduras. At the same time, elections to Congress, mayor posts and city councils were held. The […]

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Map of Haiti Port au Prince

Haiti 2005

Yearbook 2005 Haiti. After many postponements, at the end of November, President Boniface Alexandre and Prime Minister Gérard Latortue decided that the elections for the presidential post and the 129 seats in Congress, originally scheduled for November 13, would be postponed yet again to early 2006. A major problem in the now several The years-long […]

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Map of Guatemala Guatemala City

Guatemala 2005

Yearbook 2005 Guatemala. As in neighboring countries, crime is by far the biggest social problem in Guatemala. It is above all the youth gang (“maras”) that accounts for the high homicide rate in Guatemala, the second highest in Central America. However, the measures that President Óscar Berger Perdomo promised before his term of office have […]

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Map of Grenada Saint George's

Grenada 2005

Yearbook 2005 Grenada. Both political and economic and everyday life in Grenada were characterized during the year by the reconstruction following Hurricane Ivan, which in September 2004 destroyed or severely damaged almost all the settlement on the island. Large parts of the crops – not least the economically important nutmeg – were destroyed and over […]

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Greenland 2005

Yearbook 2005 Greenland. During the year there were several reports that Greenlandic children are doing very poorly. In Umanaq’s municipality, for example, nearly half of the preschool children were known by the community as victims of inadequate care and almost every fifth school pupil was in need of special education. It was also reported that […]

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Map of El Salvador San Salvador

El Salvador 2005

Yearbook 2005 El Salvador. Crime continues to be El Salvador’s biggest social problem by far. According to a report in September, the murder rate was the highest in Central America with 43 per 100,000 population, which was also a 23% increase from the previous year. In March, President Antonio Saca took the initiative for a […]

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