Climate and Weather of Rangpur, Bangladesh

Climate and Weather of Rangpur, Bangladesh

Asia
The climate of Rangpur Rangpur is the main city of northwestern Bangladesh. The city is home to the country's main university and numerous other organizations. Various courses, museums and shopping centers make the city a lively whole. The city has a friendly and relaxed character. According to Citypopulationreview, Rangpur has a warm China climate due to its high location. This climate is very special and only occurs in a few places in the world. It is caused by the combination of high-lying areas at a relatively low latitude. The China climate has very wet, long, warm summers, which are extremely suitable for growing crops. The average temperature is well above 22°C all year round. There can also be a lot of precipitation in the winter months. Climate figures The figures…
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Climate and Weather of Al Hofuf, Saudi Arabia

Climate and Weather of Al Hofuf, Saudi Arabia

Asia
The climate of Al Hofuf Al Hofuf is a large city in eastern Saudi Arabia, in the Al-Hasa oasis in the eastern province of Saudi Arabia. This oasis and province has been inhabited since prehistoric times. Al-Hasa is the largest oasis in the world with more than 3 million palm trees. The city is not far from one of the largest oil fields in the world. The city has its own airport and can be reached by train from several directions. In Al Hofuf there is still a palace that dates from the Ottoman era and the Hofuf Fort. According to Bridgat, despite its location in an oasis, Al Hofuf has a desert climate, with hot summers and extremely mild winters. Summers are particularly hot here, with temperatures averaging above…
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Resorts in Cyprus

Resorts in Cyprus

Asia, Europe
Limassol If you are a convinced urbanist and cannot live without big houses, cars and people, you need to go to Limassol. This is the main port, the second largest city and the most important tourist center of Cyprus with a population of about 135 thousand people. It is located in the south of the island in Akrotiri Bay . The tourist zone smoothly flows into the city, filled with shops, restaurants and wine cellars. Limassol is the winemaking center of Cyprus and the holiday city. A colorful carnival is held here annually in February with a large parade passing through the central streets. Wine Festival, lasting 10 days, is held every September. Obviously that's why Richard the Lionheart married here with Princess Bernharda. Well, if you want something reasonable, kind,…
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Kalyazin, Russia

Kalyazin, Russia

Asia, Europe
According to Health-Beauty-Guides, Kalyazin is located on the banks of the Volga River in the Tver region. It is believed that the city was founded in 1134 by Prince Yuri Dolgoruky. At different times, it was part of the Rostov-Suzdal land and the Tver principality. The Trinity Kalyazinsky (Makariev) Monastery, which was erected on the other side of the Volga in the 15th century, brought fame to the settlement. At the same time, Kalyazin with its environs became part of the Moscow principality. By the 17th century, the city and the Makariev Monastery merged into one settlement, which also included the nearby Tver Nikolsky Monastery. In 1775, by decree of Catherine II, the settlement was given the status of a county town. The Volga position of the city made it…
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Saudi Arabia Human and Economic Geography

Saudi Arabia Human and Economic Geography

Asia
Population The Saudi population, which in 1998, according to an estimate, amounted to 20,181,000 residents, Grew at a very high rate until the beginning of the nineties, resulting more than doubled in less than twenty years (from 7,012,600 from the 1974 census to the 16,929,300 of the 1992 census). Subsequently, the increase decreased, but remained at high values ​​(34 ‰ in the 1990-97 period) due to the strong natural balance (birth rate of 35.1 ‰ compared to a mortality that dropped to 4.7‰) and a large immigration flow. The latter is essentially made up of skilled foreign labor, whose presence is necessary for the low level of education (still in 1995 the illiterate in Saudi Arabia exceeded 37 %); this workforce, although it has not altered the ethnic fabric of…
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Lebanon Archaeology and Literature

Lebanon Archaeology and Literature

Asia
Reliable data on the Lebanese population were difficult to find even before the civil war (which caused about one hundred thousand deaths between 1975 and 1982): the 1932 census was, in fact, never repeated to prevent political equilibrium from being questioned. from the possible observation of a changed numerical ratio between Christians and Muslims, then ascertained to the extent of 6 to 5. This ratio has actually changed in the following half century to the detriment of Christians, characterized by a greater propensity to emigrate and by a lower birth rate than Muslims, who are believed to make up (1990) 60% of the population. A 1970 estimate, based on statistical sampling, gave a total population of 2,126,000 residents (excluding 187,529 Palestinian refugees, now 302. 000 in 1990). Other estimates suggest…
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Travel Guide to the Philippines

Travel Guide to the Philippines

Asia
Customs regulations The following can be imported duty-free to the Philippines: alcoholic beverages - 2 bottles, cigarettes - 400 pcs, or cigars - 50 pcs, or tobacco - 250 g, food, household items and items - within the limits of personal needs. It is forbidden to import: firearms and objects that imitate them, explosives, ammunition, written or printed materials of an anti-state or inhuman nature, materials, photographs, engravings and other images of a pornographic nature, any drugs and their components, antiques, paintings, products made of gold, wood, ivory bones. Export is allowed: cigarettes - 200 pcs, or cigars - 50 pcs, or tobacco - 500 g of alcoholic beverages - 0.95 l. General information An island state, the second largest archipelago, consisting of 7107 islands, of which only 2000 are…
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What to See in Hong Kong

What to See in Hong Kong

Asia
Hong Kong is filled with amazing places from Victoria Peak with a stunning view of the harbor to the quiet sedate Big Buddha on Lantau Island. In addition to modern attractions, Hong Kong is brimming with a wealth of culture where East meets West and old temples can be found among the endless modern skyscrapers. Deciding where to go and what to see will also depend on how long your Hong Kong trip is. In order to leisurely visit only the most popular attractions, it will take about 5-7 days. Seeing all the sights of Hong Kong in 2 or 3 days is not a good idea because you won't be able to enjoy them as much as you should, and in the end you will be completely exhausted. If…
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Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka

Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka

Asia
Anuradhapura / Sri Lanka: The ruins of Anuradhapura are a UNESCO World Heritage Site Anuradhapura is one of the most beautiful and oldest cities in Sri Lanka. The city is located in the province of North Central, around 90 meters above sea level and has around 60,000 inhabitants. Anuradhapura today consists of two parts, a new center, which was only built in the 20th century, and the district of the old ruins. The most spectacular sight is the field of ruins, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1980. Anuradhapura was once the first capital of Sri Lanka and was a residential city for over 1300 years. The royal palace and the monastery complex were centers of religious and literary culture. Among other things, the first Buddhist cult…
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Kyrgyzstan as an Independent State

Kyrgyzstan as an Independent State

Asia
On August 31, 1991, Kyrgyzstan declared its independence. In December 1991 the country joined the CIS; in March 1992 it became a member of the UN. In June 1992, as a country starting with letter K according to Countryaah, Kyrgyzstan nationalized all armed forces stationed on its territory and on June 1, 1994 joined NATO's "Partnership for Peace" program. On March 29, 1996, Kyrgyzstan (alongside Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan) signed an agreement on the establishment of a »Community of Integrated States«. In 1996 and 2002, Kyrgyzstan concluded border agreements with the PRC. As the first of the former Soviet republics, Kyrgyzstan was admitted to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in October 1998; On July 1, 1999, a partnership and cooperation agreement with the European Union came into force. In 1999 and…
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Caspian Sea

Caspian Sea

Asia, Europe
With around 400,000 km², the Caspian Sea is the largest lake on earth without drainage. Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Iran lie on the Caspian Sea. In north-south direction it extends over a length of about 1200 km, its mean width is about 320 km. The main tributary is the Volga. The Caspian Sea repeatedly filled the entire Caspian Depression. The water level has sunk considerably since 1971 due to evaporation and water abstraction. The area of ​​the Caspian Sea shrank. The water level has been rising significantly again since the late 1980's. Today it is around 28 m below sea level. The salinity is high. Salt is extracted in the south of the Caspian Sea. Extensive inland waterways open up the Caspian Sea from the north and south. All…
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Siberia, Russia

Siberia, Russia

Asia
Siberia is a large landscape in northern Asia. It covers most of the Asian territory of Russia, as well as the north of Kazakhstan. It lies between the Urals in the west and the Pacific in the east, between the Arctic Ocean in the north and the Kazakh threshold as well as the mountain range on the borders with Mongolia and China in the south. Siberia is around 16 million km² and therefore larger than Europe. However, it only has about 33 million residents. Its north-south extension is around 3500 km, the extension from west to east about 7000 km. The relief of Siberia is divided into the large units of West Siberian Lowlands, Central Siberian Mountains, North Siberian Lowlands and North Siberian Mountains. The climate is continental with extremely…
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Japan Country Facts

Japan Country Facts

Asia
Country facts Official name: Japan License plate: J ISO-3166: JP, JPN (392) Internet domain:.jp Currency: 1 yen (¥) = 100 sen Area: 377,962 km² Population (2018): 126.5 million Capital: Tokyo Official language (s): Japanese Form of government: Parliamentary monarchy Administrative division: 47 prefectures Head of State: Emperor Naruhito Head of Government: Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga Religion (s): Shintoists, Buddhists Time zone: Central European Time +8 hours National holiday: December 23rd Location and infrastructure Location (geographical): East Asia Location (coordinates): between 24 ° and 46 ° north latitude and 123 ° and 146 ° east longitude Climate: In the north, cold and humid climate, in the middle, a warm, dry, winter climate, in the south, a subtropical climate Highest mountain: Fuji (3776 m) Road network (2015): 992 835 km (paved), 225…
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Austria Economy

Austria Economy

Asia
Economic situation As a country starting with letter A according to Countryaah, Austria is one of the highly developed industrial countries. It is characterized by a stable economy, low unemployment and a lot of transit traffic. The distribution of income depends heavily on educational attainment, but government intervention has significantly reduced the inequalities of income. Measured in terms of gross domestic product (GDP), the country has an economic output of € 398.52 billion (2019) and is one of the countries worldwide with a very high income and standard of living. In 2018, 4.89 million people were employed, with almost 70% of all women between the ages of 15 and 64 in employment. Unemployment is (2019) between 4 and 5% and thus at a low level, while that of young people…
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Before Departure to Sri Lanka

Before Departure to Sri Lanka

Asia
Read about passports, visas, vaccinations and the practicalities In Sri Lanka, an impressive journey awaits, where you can combine a beach holiday with unique culture, and where you can also experience the lush nature that Sri Lanka hides. On this page you will get practical information about passports & visas, vaccinations, currency and the language to equip you so that you are ready to travel to Sri Lanka with Tourist Travel. Passport & Visa to Sri Lanka The Sri Lankan authorities have provided the following passport and visa rules, which apply to Danish citizens when traveling to Sri Lanka. If you are in doubt about passport and visa rules, please contact the Embassy of Sri Lanka for confirmation below or for more information at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs .…
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Turkmenistan Media and Media Policy

Turkmenistan Media and Media Policy

Asia
The country's media are all controlled by the state, and the country is considered to be the most repressive country in the world when it comes to dealing with journalists as well as freedom of the media and freedom of expression. According to Thedressexplorer.com, the main goal of Turkmen media coverage is above all to convey a completely positive image of the present. Much space is also devoted to reporting on the President's achievements. Reports on processes abroad are only published if they are directly related to the President's actions; negative reports do not appear. Material from foreign news agencies is not used. Foreign print media are not legally available in Turkmenistan. In a sometimes called " war on satellite dishes bezeichnetne" approach President Berdimuhamedov has banned new installations of…
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Sri Lanka – Refreshingly Diverse!

Sri Lanka – Refreshingly Diverse!

Asia
Leopards, elephants, buffalo, crocodiles ... Sounds like Africa, but we are in Sri Lanka! Here you go on one day jeep safaris in one of the species-rich national parks, and the next day you are already on one of the blossom-white beaches, on a green hill with lush tea plantations, or with elephants, who refresh themselves in the quiet lakes. For many years Sri Lanka was considered a restless region, but now the people's longing for a harmonious everyday life has gained the upper hand and the residents are happy about every guest who visits their diverse country. The infrastructure of the island in the Indian Ocean is improving from year to year and although they are well on the way to modernization, the country and its people appreciate their…
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Death Railway, Thailand

Death Railway, Thailand

Asia
Death Railway is one of Thailand’s most popular attractions, and no wonder. The history of the railway is long and tragic, and in addition to an interesting past, visitors are fascinated by its scenic location along the River Kwai. Take a look at the history of the railroad and see where it got its scary nickname. History of the railway of death During World War II, it was considered necessary to build a railway that would form a direct route from Bangkok, Thailand, to Rangoon, the capital of Myanmar, or Burma, more than 400 kilometers away. How the railway got its name More than 60,000 prisoners of war and more than 200,000 Asian workers and forced laborers participated in the construction of the railway. The builders were forced to scrape…
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Winter vacation in Asia

Winter vacation in Asia

Asia
Where are you going to travel on your next winter vacation? As a continent consisting of 48 countries according to Countryaah, Asia offers many great destinations for a winter trip, whether you are looking for sun and warmth, culture and history or something completely different. We put together Asian travel destinations that are perfect for a winter vacation in January or February. Cambodia in January and February During a winter trip in Cambodia, the sun shines from a cloudless sky and the temperatures are pleasant. In January and February, the country has a dry season. Cambodia, like its neighbors, is quite compact in size. However, the country holds larger experiences. The most famous attraction in Cambodia is the Angkor Wat Temple, located in Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Angkor…
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When is the best time to travel to Maldives?

When is the best time to travel to Maldives?

Asia
Located in Southern Asia according to Countryaah, the Maldives is a great destination. On the islands you can enjoy a holiday in a luxurious setting, relax on the white sandy beaches and swim in the crystal clear waters all year round. But when is the best time to travel to the Maldives? Read more about the climate of the Maldives below and see when is the best time for you to travel to the Maldives. NOTE: This guide is for guidance only. The climate of the Maldives The Maldives are located at the equator about a thousand kilometers off the coast of Sri Lanka, so the islands have a tropical climate. The average daytime temperature is 28-30 degrees all year round, and even at night the mercury drops by only a couple of…
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