Transportation in Cyprus

Transportation in Cyprus

GETTING THERE Arriving by plane According to youremailverifier, there are several direct flights to Cyprus from several German and Austrian airports, including from Munich with Lufthansa (LH) and from Vienna with Austrian Airlines (OS). In addition, several international airlines offer daily connections to Cyprus via Athens and London. For Austria there are direct flights from Vienna several times a week with Austrian Airlines (OS). Charter companies fly non-stop to Larnaka…

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Agriculture in Developed and Underdeveloped Countries

Agriculture in Developed and Underdeveloped Countries

Agriculture in developed countries With the agricultural revolution of the 20th century ( green revolution ), rich countries began to employ less and less labor in rural activities. In this group of countries, agriculture is modern and uses advanced production resources, such as the intensive use of pesticides , fertilizers, mechanization, biotechnological resources and adequate methods of soil management. The result of this is high productivity and large agricultural production.…

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Main Hydrographic Basins in the World

Main Hydrographic Basins in the World

We can highlight in each continent some hydrographic basins of great importance for human use. American continent America has land in all climatic zones, with the exception of the Antarctic glacial zone. For this reason it presents a dense and quite varied hydrographic network. Depending on the use and the degree of importance for transport, we can highlight: – North America – The Mackenzie and São Lourenço rivers, in Canada.…

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Economic Blocks

Economic Blocks

The economic blocs are associations of countries that aim to strengthen and privilege trade relations and improve the economy among themselves, in addition to boosting relations with other blocs and countries. The end of the Cold War acted as a stimulus for the regionalization of the economy and the formation of blocs organized based on commercial interests. The dispute for hegemony started to be determined by commercial competition, and the…

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Economic Cooperation in Asia and the Pacific – APEC

APEC

The APEC Economic Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, was created in 1989 in Australia as a talk forum between the member countries of ASEAN (United Nations Association of South – East Asia) and six economic partners in the Pacific region, as US and Japan. However, it was only in 1994 that it acquired the characteristics of an economic bloc at the Seattle Conference, when members pledged to transform the Pacific into a…

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Asian Tigers

Asian Tigers

The Asian Tigers correspond to South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong (ex-English territory and current Special Administrative Region of China) which experienced a rapid industrial process, receiving the name NICs (Newly Industrialized Countries – New Industrialized Countries) . The expansion of industrial activity after the Second World War reached Southeast and East Asia, regions that have always had agricultural prominence, with rice production in the gardening system or in…

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MACAO ATTRACTIONS

FLIGHTS, ACCOMMODATION AND MOVEMENT IN MACAO

FLIGHTS, ACCOMMODATION AND MOVEMENT IN MACAO The architecture of the casino hotels is startling, but in contrast to the modern buildings, the city also has several parks. Travel to Macau via Hong Kong The easiest way for a Finnish tourist to travel to Macau is to fly to Hong Kong and continue the journey by ferry to Macau. There are both direct and scheduled flights to Hong Kong. Finnair’s direct…

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Asia

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Asia

Southeast Asia has many magnificent cultural and natural sites that are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The UNESCO World Heritage List is a system designed to protect the world’s unique cultural and natural heritage. The sites selected for the list often represent important eras in the history of each country and also have a significant impact on the country’s current culture. For the tourist, a visit to a UNESCO…

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