Zambia – a country in South Africa, which has no outlet to the sea and surrounded entirely territories of other southern African countries such as Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Angola, Mozambique. The capital – Lusaka; other major city – Kitwe, Ndola.
Archive for June, 2016
Egypt – a state in north-eastern Africa and the Sinai Peninsula. It shares borders with Israel, the Palestinian National Authority (Gaza Strip), Sudan and Libya. On the north by the waters of the Mediterranean, in the east – the Red Sea. The river – the Nile. The capital of Egypt – Cairo.
They are proud of the stunning beaches, World Heritage Sites, striking monuments and magnificent nature – but not all travelers dare to come here. In countries with a dictatorial regime of citizens rights and freedoms are limited, and the alien could be imprisoned for insulting the state leader, photographing the sights or simply for their appearance.
The fountains, located in the popular tourist locations in serious amount accumulated for the year. It would seem that the tourists thrown into the fountains “fortunately” only small coins. But they typed a lot.
Tourists and business people who buy expensive tickets for the first class of aircraft, often exaggerate the possibility of service on the board.
Denmark – a country in Europe, the capital of Copenhagen. The population is 5,405,661 people, the area – 43 094 square kilometers. Currency – Danish krone. Official language: Danish, popular languages are also German and English.
Georgia – a country in the Middle East, located on the east coast of the Black Sea. Capital – Tbilisi; other major cities – Batumi, Kutaisi, Gori. If the western borders of the country are on the Black Sea, in the north lies the Big Caucasian Ridge. Countries with which borders Georgia – Russia, Armenia, Turkey and Azerbaijan. Currency – GEL.
The Government of the Isle of Man, situated between Ireland and Britain, found the possibility to extend for 2016 the only job in the world historic tram line. The route is operated without interruption for 140 years – since 1876.