Austin, Texas

Austin, Texas

Austin’s skyline. According to MCAT-TEST-CENTERS, Austin is the capital of Texas and the fourth largest city in the state with 964,000 inhabitants, and the 10th largest in the United States. It is the fastest growing conurbation in the country. The agglomeration has 2,352,000 inhabitants (2021). Introduction Location Austin is located in Central Texas, about 100 […]

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Chambery, France

Chambery, France

Crossroads of Alpine roads, nestled in a valley and securely protected on all sides by mountain ranges, is Chambéry, the capital of the southeastern French department of Savoy in the Rhone-Alpes region. In Chambery from the first minutes you feel so at home that you are tempted to leave the hotel in slippers. Even the […]

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Udaipur, India

Udaipur, India

Udaipur today is a city with a population of more than half a million people. Once it was the capital of Merwar, the hilly region of Rajasthan in India, and the city was founded by Maharaja Uday Singh, who named it after himself. Udaipur is an oasis, the pearl of arid Rajasthan, spread out on […]

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Jacksonville, Florida

Jacksonville, Florida

According to EHUACOM.COM, Jacksonville is the largest city in the state of Florida, in the United States. The city has 955,000 inhabitants. The agglomeration has 1,638,000 inhabitants (2021). Introduction The Dames Point Bridge on the east side of Jacksonville. According to MCAT-TEST-CENTERS, Jacksonville is located in northeastern Florida, a few miles inland from the Atlantic […]

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Indianapolis, Indiana

Indianapolis, Indiana

  Indianapolis City in the United States Location State Indiana County Marion County Coordinates 39°46’7″N, 86°9’29″WL General Surface 953.18 km² – country 936.3 km² – water 16.88 km² Residents (April 1, 2020) 887,642 (948 inhabitants/km²) Politics Mayor Joe Hogsett (D) Website indy.gov According to Existingcountries, Indianapolis is the capital and largest city of the US […]

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Tampa, Florida

Tampa, Florida

The city of Tampa is located on the west coast of Florida on the Gulf Coast. It is the county seat of Hillsborough County and has a population of about 350,000. It is the 53rd largest city in the United States. The city of Tampa, together with the cities of St. Petersburg, Largo and Clearwater, […]

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Fort Smith, Arkansas

Fort Smith, Arkansas

Fort Smith is the second largest city in the US state of Arkansas and one of the most important places in Sebastian County. The city itself has a population of around 100,000, but the entire metropolitan area with the surrounding towns and counties of Crawford, Franklin and Sebastian has a population of around 300,000. Fort […]

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Antarctic

Antarctic in English

Population – zero, time zones – everything – with such incredible facts you can start a story about the most difficult to reach continent of the planet – Antarctica. The southern ice cap of the Earth is truly a unique place: the temperature here rarely rises above -20 ° C, so polar explorers do not […]

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Mediterranean

Mediterranean in English

According to abbreviationfinder.org, the cradle of civilizations, the apple of discord and the oldest trade routes – all this is the “sea in the middle of the earth”, whose waves wash the shores of 22 states, most of which have managed to benefit directly from this remarkable neighborhood for tourism. It is on the numerous […]

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IMF

IMF in English

Short for International Monetary Fund according to abbreviationfinder, IMF is the most important international financial institution in charge of promoting foreign exchange policies at the international level as well as promoter of trade. The IMF forms part, together with the World Bank, of the specialized organisms in economic-financial matters of the United Nations, being integrated […]

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