Study in Nepal

Study in Nepal

From the Ganges plain to the highest peaks of the Himalayas, Nepal stretches for more than 8,000 meters. The Himalayan republic, located between India and Tibet / China, is particularly known for its impressive mountain landscapes and subtropical valleys, often decorated with colorful flags and temples. In addition to Mount Everest, the country is home to seven of the ten highest mountains in the world. Scenic and cultural treasures regularly…

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Baltimore – the “Independent City” in Maryland

Baltimore - the Independent City in Maryland

Baltimore derives its name from Lord Baltimore (real name Cecilius Calvert), a religious free thinker, to whom the English King Charles I handed over what is now Maryland for administration in 1632. The city emerged from a trading post in the 17th century and became the largest town in the state of Maryland . A flourishing industrial metropolis with one of the largest sea ports in the USA has emerged…

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Sites in Antarctica

Sites in Antarctica

Videla research station The research station, named after the former Chilean President Gabriel González Videla, is located on Paradise Bay on the Antarctic Peninsula and is manned in the arctic summer. It serves to represent Chile in the event of later territorial and sovereign claims alongside Argentina and Great Britain. South Shettland Islands The first stop in Antarctica is usually the South Shetland Islands. The subarctic archipelago consists of 11…

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