Shopping in Hungary

Shopping in Hungary

DUTY-FREE SHOPPING Overview The following articles can be imported into Hungary duty-free when entering from non-EU countries: When entering by land: 40 cigarettes or 20 cigarillos or 10 cigars or 50 g tobacco; For entry by air: 200 cigarettes or 100 cigarillos or 50 cigars or 250 g tobacco (from people over the age of …

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Getting to Germany

Getting to Germany

GETTING THERE Arriving by plane Germany is served by over 100 international airlines. The national airline Lufthansa (LH) alone (Internet: www.lufthansa.com) connects Germany with more than 160 cities worldwide. Thanks to the global route network and coordinated flight schedules of the Star Alliance, travelers from Germany can reach more than 720 destinations worldwide. From Austria: …

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ETA – Euskadi Ta Askatasuna

ETA – Euskadi Ta Askatasuna

Voters betray “ETA party” The 2001 regional election was a major defeat for Euskal Herritarrok, who won about 10 percent of the vote and lost half of his 14 seats. After the election loss, some of EH’s leaders were replaced, and some veterans who criticized ETA’s methods were said to have left the party. At the same …

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OSCE – Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe

OSCE – Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe

Disarmament The main result of the OSCE’s disarmament work is the CFE Agreement (Agreement on Conventional Forces in Europe; see Progress). This agreement involved the scrapping of 50,000 major weapons systems in Europe. The millennial dream of forging swords into plowshares thus seemed to come true. The agreement did not initially concern all OSCE participating …

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History of APEC

History of APEC

The then Prime Minister of Australia Bob Hawke took the initiative to form APEC. In 1989, the first ministerial meeting was held in Canberra, Australia. The six then ASEAN countries (see separate chapter on ASEAN) attended the meeting, as did the United States, Canada, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand and Australia. At the opening speech, …

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The 10 top honeymoon destinations

The 10 top honeymoon destinations

A wedding is one of the most beautiful experiences you can have in your life. On this day you marry the love of your life and you promise it eternal loyalty, support and affection. But a wedding must also be planned so that it can be a wonderful day and of course the honeymoon also …

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The 10 most famous sights in New York

The 10 most famous sights in New York

There is a lot to discover in the city that never sleeps. If you don’t have time to see everything, you can limit yourself to the 10 most famous sights: New York’s Times Square Right in the heart of Manhattan’s Broadway is the square named after the famous New York Times newspaper. Imposing neon signs …

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England Famous Philosophers and Theologians Part II

England Famous Philosophers and Theologians Part II

Wilhelm von Ockham (about 1285-1347) English philosopher and theologian. Wilhelm von Ockham was born in Ockham around 1285 and trained in the Franciscan order. He studied theology at Oxford University. He left behind writings on natural philosophy and theological as well as works on logic and politics. Von Ockham is considered one of the leading …

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Questions and Answers for Travelling to Morocco

Questions and Answers for Travelling to Morocco

Is it safe to travel to Morocco? Due to the current circumstances, we strongly recommend that you keep up to date with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ travel instructions in connection with COVID-19. You can read more about how we handle cancellation, travel guarantee and much more in relation to coronavirus right here . Below …

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Places to Visit in Morocco

Places to Visit in Morocco

Sahara Desert On a trip to Morocco, you should not deceive yourself for an overnight stay in the barren desert landscape of the Sahara. Here the blue sky stands in stark contrast to the huge, golden sand dunes that stretch as far as the eye can see. The world’s largest desert Sahara has a daytime …

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England Famous Philosophers and Theologians Part I

England Famous Philosophers and Theologians Part I

Francis Bacon (1561-1621) philosopher, writer, statesman and pioneer of empiricism. Bacon was born in London in 1561, studied various subjects in Cambridge from the age of 14 and lived with his brother Anthony, who later became a spy. He left behind many valuable philosophical and legal writings. The saying “knowledge is power” comes from Bacon. …

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Kosovo Social Security

Kosovo Social Security

Proportion of literate adults: 91.9% (2007) Major religions: Islam, Christianity (Serbian-Orthodox, Roman-Cat.) Urban population: 38% (2012) Life expectancy (female / male): 81.6 years (2016) Gender Inequality Index: – Birth rate: 2.0 (2018) Infant mortality: 10.6 per 1000 births (2018) In 2001, a three-pillar pension system was established in Kosovo under the supervision of the World …

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India Domestic Issues

India Domestic Issues

There are numerous domestic political challenges, the two most important of which have recently been in the Jammu and Kashmir region and building a temple in Ayodhya city: Cashmere In early August 2019, the Indian government lifted the special status of the state of Jammu and Kashmir and divided into two union territories with restricted …

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5 Attractions in Iceland

5 Attractions in Iceland

In recent years, our Scandinavian neighbor Iceland has become a very popular travel destination, and rightly so. Has this piece of sugar not yet caught your interest? Let me then tempt you with five sights that can turn the tables! Yes, many of us long to be able to get on a bus, train or …

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Climate in Madagascar

Climate in Madagascar

When is the best time to visit Madagascar? It is difficult to determine a single best travel time for Madagascar . Due to the size of the island and the hilly structure, different weather conditions prevail depending on the region. The climate in Madagascar is tropical. But the characteristics are different in the highlands than …

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Exotic Burma

Exotic Burma

Many Westerners have visited Thailand and other countries in Southeast Asia in recent decades. Few, however, have discovered the exotic Burma, which is without a doubt one of the region’s most interesting destinations. Burma was closed and inaccessible for too long but has now opened up to the outside world. Foreign visitors can now take …

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Round trip in China

Round trip in China

This is the trip for you who want to experience the most and best of China! You visit the capital Beijing and see here the Great Wall of China and the Forbidden City, the imperial city of Xi´an with the famous Terracotta Army, the vibrant world city of Shanghai, the garden cities of Hangzhou and …

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To Silk Road’s Samarkand

To Silk Road’s Samarkand

Join us on a tour that takes you to the heart of Central Asia and the legendary and magical Samarkand. During the tour we will also visit the Uzbek capital of Tashkent and the fabulous cultural cities of Khiva and Bukhara. You get the opportunity to discover a part of Asia with an exceptionally interesting …

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MELBOURNE ATTRACTIONS

MELBOURNE ATTRACTIONS

Federation Square is a popular meeting place Federation Square is the center of the Melbourne CBD, a spectacular meeting place and a square that encourages carefree hanging out. Federation Square’s modern architecture divides opinions: Melbourneers either love or hate their well-known landmark. Opened in 2002, the square is worth a visit to watch the hustle …

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Cairns Travel Guide

Cairns Travel Guide

Cairns is the center of the tropical north. The city of Cairns in Australia is the pulsating heart of North Queensland tourism. Tropical Cairns attracts tourists with its year-round warmth and relaxed vibe. The city is a great base for exploring the area’s numerous natural sites. Escape the Ausswinter north According to DigoPaul, Cairns, located …

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Shopping in Barcelona

Shopping in Barcelona

According to digopaul, Barcelona is the dream city for the most shopping-loving. The selection of shops is huge, all the well-known brands are represented, and you will also find local designs that can be absolutely phenomenal. Prices are generally somewhat lower than we are used to in Norway, but not necessarily when it comes to …

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Alice Springs Travel Guide

Alice Springs Travel Guide

Alice Springs is the gateway to the red heart of Australia. Located in the heart of Australia, Alice Springs is a wilderness city that serves as a gateway to mystical Uluru. In secluded Alice Springs, the traveler finds a rare backyard atmosphere. A city of fun raptures With around 27,000 inhabitants, Alice Springs is the …

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Shopping and Eating in Zurich, Switzerland

Shopping and Eating in Zurich, Switzerland

According to DigoPaul, Zurich is one of the largest cities in the country of Switzerland. Shopping in Zurich Zurich’s main street is the world-famous shopping avenue Bahnhofstrasse. Here are a mile and a half with exclusive and expensive stores such as Bottega Veneta in No 25, Louis Vuitton in No 30, Chanel in No 39 …

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Shopping and Eating in Zadar, Croatia

Shopping and Eating in Zadar, Croatia

According to DigoPaul, Zadar is one of the largest cities in the country of Croatia. Shopping in Zadar Zadar, the capital of Croatia described on Countryaah is a big city by Croatian scale, so this is a place where you can shop most of the time. Of course, Zadar can’t compare to metropolises like London, …

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Shopping and Eating in Wroclaw, Poland

Shopping and Eating in Wroclaw, Poland

According to DigoPaul, Wroclaw is one of the largest cities in the country of Poland. Shopping in Wroclaw There is a nice price level in Poland, and this benefit you bring with you as a tourist in Wroclaw defined by AbbreviationFinder. But you do not come here to shop well-known western brands. Not that you …

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Shopping and Eating in Washington DC

Shopping and Eating in Washington DC

According to AbbreviationFinder, Washington DC is one of the largest cities in the country of United States. Shopping in Washington DC Washington DC’s premier shopping district is located in the northwest, more specifically in Georgetown. There are shops around M Street and Wisconsin Avenue, scattered on both sides of the many pedestrian streets. In addition …

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Shopping and Eating in Warsaw, Poland

Shopping and Eating in Warsaw, Poland

According to DigoPaul, Warsaw is one of the largest cities in the country of Poland. Shopping in Warsaw Poland, after its membership in the EU, has noticed that prices have increased, but you still get very good value for money in Warsaw, the capital of Poland described on Countryaah. Imported goods are of course not …

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Shopping and Eating in Vilnius, Lithuania

Shopping and Eating in Vilnius, Lithuania

According to DigoPaul, Vilnius is one of the largest cities in the country of Lithuania. Shopping in Vilnius You do not go to Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania described on Countryaah primarily for shopping. Granted, the prices are low, but the selection is not very different than in Norway when it comes to shoes and …

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Shopping and Eating in Vienna, Austria

Shopping and Eating in Vienna, Austria

According to DigoPaul, Vienna is one of the largest cities in the country of Austria. Shopping in Vienna Vienna, the capital of Austria described on Countryaah is not a cheap shopping city. Historically it has always been expensive in Vienna, not least because of the wealth of aristocracy and its demand for the exclusive and …

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Shopping and Eating in Venice, Italy

Shopping and Eating in Venice, Italy

According to DigoPaul, Venice is one of the largest cities in the country of Italy. Shopping in Venice Shopping in Venice defined by AbbreviationFinder can be a costly affair. After all, this is Italy’s most expensive city. Venice offers quality and exclusivity that is not left behind for Paris and Milan. The fashion conscious will …

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