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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UN Security Council in English

UN Security Council in English

According to abbreviationfinder, UN stands for United Nations. Objectives It arises as an intergovernmental organization that integrates the international community and serves as an instrument for governments to pronounce on global issues and problems, as well as adopt measures in relation to almost all issues that concern humanity. These issues are analyzed according to a […]

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Balkans

Balkans

The south-east of Europe, washed by the waters of the Mediterranean and Black Seas, the Balkans is a kind of corner for soulful neighborly gatherings in their own way. In the mountainous expanses of the Balkan Peninsula, everything is, of course, European… but still completely native: taverns, potatoes and sweet peppers, Orthodox churches, cross-stitch on […]

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Baltics

Baltics

Ancient Terra Mariana, “seaside land”, modern Baltics are pines and sand, drops of amber on deserted beaches, rebellious waves of the Baltic Sea, a measured rhythm of life and carefully preserved folk traditions. An impressive number of medical resorts, combined with a mild climate, where summers are not too hot and winters are moderately cold, […]

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Asia

Asia

The largest part of the world, washed by three oceans and containing 53 states, Asia on the world map is like a motley carpet of cultures, languages, and nationalities. Perhaps there is no region on Earth that is more diverse and rich in all sorts of curiosities. From Israel to the Philippines, from Mongolia to […]

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East Asia

East Asia

The very edge of the Eurasian continent, caressed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean, East Asia is a clear example of how seemingly obvious opposites can coexist in a small area. Here is planned-socialist China, in the neighborhood are the economic wonders of Taiwan, and a little further away is the spiritual center of […]

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Western Asia

Western Asia

White, black, red, green are the colors of Western Asia, the largest Asian region, the territory of which is divided between 17 full-fledged and 4 partially recognized states. Sharp contrast, austerity of color and straight lines are the hallmarks of West Asian flags. Sharpness, rigor and directness are no less iconic qualities of the national […]

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