FLIGHTS, ACCOMMODATION AND MOVEMENT IN ALANYA
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ATTRACTIONS IN ALANYA

FLIGHTS, ACCOMMODATION AND MOVEMENT IN ALANYA The warm sun and good sandy beaches attract tourists to Alanya. Flights and package tours Alanya is a standard destination for many travel agents, but in addition to traditional package tours, there are only flights. Many travel to Alanya from Antalya Airport, located about 130 kilometers from Alanya. Alanya’s […]

Northern Cyprus
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Northern Cyprus – on the Edge of Europe

To the north of the divided island of Cyprus you will find wonderful cultural experiences as well as atmospheric towns and villages. The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus may still be a holiday destination unknown to Finns. The colorful history of the area at the crossroads of three continents from ancient times to the present […]

Lisbon Attractions
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Lisbon Attractions and Tourist

Lisbon Attractions & Attractions Jeronimos Monastery (Mosterio dos Jeronimus) This is a fantastic building from the 16th century and Portugal’s foremost example of the distinctive manual style. The main attractions are the church, the monastery and the southern portal. Jeronimo Monastery is located in the Belem worm (Praca do Imerio.) Free admission is available, and […]

Las Palmas Attractions
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Las Palmas Attractions and Tourist

Attractions in Las Palmas Given that Las Palmas is such a big city, it’s no wonder that there are several attractions and sights around the city. But Las Palmas can by no means compare with Madrid or Barcelona for those looking for cultural treasures. See AbbreviationFinder for commonly used abbreviation of city Las Palmas. Also […]

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Top Sights in London

According to DIGOPAUL.COM, London is the capital of United Kingdom. Abbey Road Whether you are a fan of the band The Beatles or not, you have probably seen the iconic cover image on the album Abbey Road. The cover photo was once taken in the transition field next to the Abbey Road studio and the […]

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Vatican City History

History Following the incorporation of the Church cost by Rome’s conquest of 1870 in its entirety in the Kingdom of Italy, the Italian State offered the Pope a regulation of their mutual state-legal relations through the so-called Guarantee Act 1871. be personally inviolable, have the right to own guardianship and live in the Vatican Palace […]

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United Kingdom History

The United Kingdom was created in 1707 when the staff union between the kingdoms of England and Scotland (which had existed since Elizabeth 1’s death in 1603) was transformed into a real union. Wales had been in union with England since 1536, while Ireland joined in 1801. In 1921, most of Ireland broke out and […]

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Ukraine History

Prehistory The prehistoric development in western Ukraine bears similarities to that in Poland, while eastern Ukraine is more distinct. Early Paleolithic finds are known, and rich Middle Paleolithic settlements have been investigated (see Molodova). The hunter culture of the modern age is well known through extensive excavations of settlements, and from the Mesolithic over a […]

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Switzerland History

Prehistory In Kesslerloch and Schweizerbild, finds have been made from the magdalene age (younger paleolithic): legs with engraved images of horse and reindeer. The finds from the Mesolithic period are less prominent, but during the Neolithic period occurred from about 4,000 BC. several agricultural cultures, whose settlements on the lakes had the character of pile […]

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Sweden History

Prehistory The Stone Age: Paleolithic (ca. 11000–8200 BC) During the last ice age, reindeer hunters migrated from the European continent across a land bridge in the Sound. Their oldest known camp site, about 13,000 years old, is located on Lake Finjasjön in Skåne, a slightly younger one at Segebro. During this time, a specific material […]

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Spain History

Prehistory Settlements from the older Stone Age, the paleolithic, have been found on river terraces and in caves; among the latter, over 40 pieces have preserved decor. The most famous painted cave is Altamira, with polychromic images of bison, horse, etc. from preferably the magdalenia (about 16,000-10,000 BC). From the following period, the Mesolithic, settlements […]

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Slovenia History

Slovenia’s history is the country’s history from the Middle Ages to 1992. The area that is today Slovenia was in the Middle Ages subject to the Frankish Empire, then the German-Roman Empire. From the 13th century, the influence of the Habsburgs grew in parts of present-day Slovenia, and around 1500 all of Slovenia was subject […]

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Slovakia History

Prehistory The older Stone Age (Paleolithic) is well known from numerous settlement finds; During the Late Paleolithic (about 30,000 years ago), both the local Seleucid culture and cultural forms with a wider spread appeared. In the east, the Neolithic with the Chorean culture entered during the 4000s BC. During the older Bronze Age (around 2,000 […]

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Serbia History

Serbia’s history is the country’s history until 1918. The first Serbian state formation occurred in the 11th century, and the Serbian medieval state reached its peak in the 1300s. At the battle of Kosovo on June 28, 1389, the Serbian prince fell, and Serbia became a province under the Ottoman Empire. This board lasted for […]

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San Marino History

The history of San Marino begins in the 300s, when St. Marinus (San Marino), the leader of a Christian congregation, settled on Monte Titano in the Appennines. The small settlement on the mountain eventually developed into a monastery, then a fortress. Despite many attempts at interference by foreign states, San Marino has managed to retain […]

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Russia History

Prehistory From the early part of the Paleolithic, a few places of discovery are known in the southernmost part of the Federation, while the later Paleolithic settlements (see Sungir) are scattered throughout most of the area. Beginning in the Neolithic, the area’s prehistory can best be followed divided into four zones: 1) the Black Sea […]

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Romania History

Prehistory The oldest archaeological finds in Romania can be dated to older Paleolithic. During the 5000–3000 languages BC the early agricultural cultures replaced each other (compare Starčevo, band ceramic culture and Cucuteni). Transylvania with its metallurgical centers came to play an important role in cultural development in Central Europe during the Middle and Middle Bronze […]

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Portugal History

The history of Portugal begins as the Roman province of Lusitania. After the fall of the Roman Empire, Portugal was occupied by Germans, then by Arabs. During the Middle Ages, Portuguese princes, with the support of the church, began to conquer the country, and Portugal reached its present borders around 1300. In the 1400s and […]

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Poland History

Prehistory Between the ice ages, the memorial and the rice, perhaps more than 350,000 years ago, lived Neanderthal people in southern Poland. From about 130,000 years ago, there are several traces of settlement in caves, among other things. near Cracow, and from a cave near Zakopane comes a boomerang of mammoth bones, dated to 25,000 […]

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Norway History

The history of Norway Norway’s history covers the period from the first people came to the country and up to our time. The earliest traces of human settlement in Norway are from the Stone Age, which began around the year 9,000–10,000 before our time. Stone age Duration: about 10,000–1800 BCE. The Stone Age is considered […]

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Northern Macedonia History

Prehistory The upper part of the Vardar valley has at all times constituted an important cultural link between the Mediterranean world and the interior of the Balkan Peninsula. However, the older phases of the Stone Age are poorly known. The Neolithic began with the appearance of the starčeviculture, later succeeded by the wine culture. Bronze […]

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Netherlands History

Prehistory From above all the younger Paleolithic and Mesolithic, a number of places with rich implements are known. Agriculture was introduced in the southwestern Netherlands with the band ceramic culture from Central Europe via Germany around 4000 BC. In the northeast (Drenthe), the funnel cup culture is characterized by rectangular megalithic tombs from about 2500 […]

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Montenegro History

Montenegro’s history is characterized by the country’s geographical location close to more powerful neighboring states. In the Middle Ages, Montenegro was subject to the Byzantine (East Roman) Empire and then the Kingdom of Serbia. When the Serbian kingdom disintegrated in the 1300s, Montenegro became an independent principality. In 1918, Montenegro became part of the new […]

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Monaco History

Prehistory In the Grotte de l’Observatoire, settlement dates from about 200,000 to 25,000 BC. coated. Findings from there, as well as from the Grimaldi caves, can be found in the Musée d’Anthropologie prehistorique de Monaco, which also contains objects from the Greek and Roman eras. History From Massalia (Marseille) was founded in the 500s BC […]

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Moldova History

Moldova’s history begins with the founding of the Principality of Moldova in the mid-1300s. From 1538 the southeastern part of Moldova, Bugeac, was directly subject to the Ottoman Empire, while the rest of the country was a vassal state under the Ottomans. In 1812, the eastern part of Moldova, including Bugeac, was conquered by Russia […]

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Malta History

Prehistory Malta was first colonized around 5000 BC of farming groups likely to come from Sicily; the oldest ceramic finds are identical to contemporary finds from the stentinello culture of the Syracuse region. Cultural development thereafter has a strong local character. In the next phase (c. 4,000 BC), kidney-shaped cult houses appeared as well as […]

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Luxembourg History

Luxembourg’s history dates back to 963, when the castle of Luxembourg was fortified and a city community developed around it. In 1354 the country became a duchy, and from 1443 Luxembourg came under various European countries and dominions. In 1830, Luxembourg was divided and the Walloon part became subject to Belgium. When Belgium disbanded from […]

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Lithuania History

Prehistory The oldest traces of human presence date from small groups of moose hunters during the 9000s BC. Their culture (so-called Baltic magdalenia) was akin to the bromine culture in southern Scandinavia. Locations have been found on the Nemunas River and at lakeside beaches. During the Mesolithic period (7000s BC), the local nemuna culture was […]

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Liechtenstein History

Liechtenstein’s history begins with the creation of the Roman province of Rhaetia in the area. During the migration period Liechtenstein was populated by the Germanic tribe Alemanni, and eventually the area became part of the German-Roman Empire. The southern part of the country became independent in 1342, while the northern part joined in 1434. In […]

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Latvia History

Prehistory The oldest archaeological finds in Latvia date from the end of the preboreal era, ie. 9000s BC The people lived by hunting and fishing and buried their dead in large tombs. The beginning of the Younger Stone Age (c. 4000 BC) is characterized by pottery from the so-called narra culture, which also occurs in […]

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Kosovo History

Kosovo has been a resident of the Stone Age of various peoples. The area has been incorporated into several different empires and state formation, and its history is closely linked to neighboring countries. Since ancient times, Kosovo has been a contentious border area, with floating borders, and subject to Roman, Byzantine, Serbian, Ottoman and Yugoslav […]

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Italy History

Prehistory Humans (Homo erectus) are believed to have existed in Italy about a million years ago. The oldest traces from the Paleolithic period are simple stone implements; these have been found in the “settlement” of Isernia-La Pineta in Molise (about 700,000 years old). Acheule-type handguns are common, as are habitats both in the open and […]

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Ireland History

History (after 1921) The 1921 independence agreement with the British was controversial. Within Sinn Fein and the IRA, there were groups that wanted to break with Britain and establish a republic. They were led by De Valera, who left the post of President of Dáil Éireann in protest of the deal. A civil war was […]

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Iceland History

Iceland’s history begins in the 8th century, when the island, located in the northern Atlantic Ocean, was populated, mainly from Norway and the British Isles. Iceland was then a free state until the 1200s, when the country was subject to the Norwegian king. After the Reformation in 1536, Iceland formally became part of Denmark. In […]

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Hungary History

Hungary’s history is characterized by its central location in Europe. During the Iron Age and during the migration period, the country was populated by many different groups of people, and it was for a time also a Roman province. In 896, the area was conquered by the Madjars, who would become the country’s dominant group […]

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Greece History

The history of Greece and the Greek-speaking people goes back to ca. 1600 before our time calculation. The Greek antiquity extends from 800 BCE. to 395 AD and was a period of political, philosophical, artistic and scientific innovations that constitute a cultural heritage that has exercised fundamental influence on Western civilization. Throughout most of the […]

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Germany History

Prehistory The Stone Age About half a million-year-old gear along with the legs of Homo erectus have been found in Bilzingsleben near Halle and in Mauer near Heidelberg. In southern and central Germany, the Middle Paleolithic is richly represented by settlement and skeletal finds derived from Neanderthal people (compare the Steinheim man). A large number […]

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France History

France’s history dates from the Roman conquests of the 100th century before our time. The present France is equivalent to most of the ancient Gallia Transalpina, which was divided into the Belgian to the north, the Celtic to the middle (around Seine and Loire) and Aquitania to the south (between Garonne and the Pyrenees). In […]

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Finland History

Prehistory Mesolithic Age (7300-4200 BC) Finland’s oldest stone-age finds belong to the Mesolithic Suomusjärvik culture. The oldest settlement, Ristola in Lahti, with a flint inventory with counterparts in the Baltic customer culture, can be dated to the preboreal period (c. 8000 BC), as well as the Antra nets. however, the majority belong to the boreal […]

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Faroe Islands History

In the 7th century, Irish monks settled in the Faroe Islands, but already in the 8th century the archipelago was conquered by Norwegian farmers and in 1035 it became a Norwegian county. Like the other North Atlantic islands, the Faroe Islands followed Norway into the personnel union with Denmark in 1380, and they, like Iceland […]