Syria Economy

Syria Economy and History

ECONOMY: AGRICULTURE, LIVESTOCK AND FISHING According to DISEASESLEARNING, 17% of the active population is still employed in agriculture, which forms the basis of the country’s economy; however, as a whole it is not a particularly flourishing sector, although it presents variously differentiated aspects in relation to the natural environment and the transformations brought about by […]

In Kuwait

In Kuwait

Getting organized is a race against time, but exactly two days later my camera colleague and I walk through the gleaming lobby of the Hilton Kuwait City hotel. Four tables covered with modules and lots of uniforms make us understand that we have arrived in the right place. Max Bloomenfeld, a kind reservist of French […]

India Finance

India Finance and Trade

Finances. – During the decade under review, the central government budget was constantly in deficit. Initially, the swelling of global public spending was determined by events and measures of an extraordinary nature: the problem of the accommodation of refugees transferred from Pakistan, following the partition of India into two independent states; increase in military spending, […]

Turkey in the 1950's

Turkey in the 1950’s

The process already underway of progressive liberalization of internal politics began in the immediate postwar period. They marked the stages of this process: the constitution of a new conservative anti-Kemalist party in favor of the Islamic religion and religious education (1947), the repeal of martial law (1948), which had lasted for a long time, and […]

Luang Prabang Laos

Landmarks in Laos

According to topschoolsintheusa, Laos is a People’s Democratic Republic and the only landlocked country in Southeast Asia. The narrow southern part of the country is located on the Indochinese Peninsula between Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia, while the northern part is on the Southeast Asian mainland and borders Myanmar and the Chinese province of Yunnan. In […]

Afghanistan History

Afghanistan History

Afghan history, shaped up to the 16th century by the incursion of Central Asian peoples who penetrated the Indian subcontinent via the Hindu Kush. In western historiography, the area of ​​Afghanistan is referred to as a military and economic “transit country”, “Highway of Conquest” or “Crossroad of the Conquerors”. Prehistory According to payhelpcenter, the prehistory […]

Armenia History

Armenia History

Armenia, officially Armenian Hayastani Hanrapetut’yun, German Republic of Armenia, landlocked country in southern Transcaucasia with (2018) 3 million residents; The capital is Yerevan. The Ararat plain and the area around Lake Sevan were built between 1100 and 880 BC. Conquered by the Urartians. Under Sarduri II (765 to around 733 BC) the kingdom of Urartu […]

Jordan Culture

Jordan History and Culture

HISTORY: BEFORE INDEPENDENCE Between the III and the I century. to. C. the territory of Jordan was marked by the presence of three peoples: Greeks, Jews and Nabataeans, while immediately afterwards the region was transformed into a Roman province. According to usprivateschoolsfinder, it then passed under the Byzantine rule, in 636 it was conquered by […]

Mongolia Facts

Mongolia Facts

In the eyes of many, the name Mongolia probably brings to mind Genghis Khan and wild steppes. Mongolia’s landscape consists of golden deserts and elongated, windy grasslands, and the country’s most famous inhabitant, Genghis Khan, was in the eyes of neighboring countries a barbaric conqueror. The Mongol people were so threatening that the Chinese emperor […]

Tibet, China

Tibet, China

Tibet, in Chinese Xizang, officially Xizang Zizhiqu, autonomous region in western China, in the highlands of Tibet, 1,228,400 km 2. Tibet has 3.0 million residents (mostly Tibetans, along with around 180,000 Chinese according to countryaah, but probably more than 300,000 Han Chinese according to international estimates, often the majority population in cities); The capital is […]

Syria History

Syria History

Syria (“Old Syria”) as a cultural geographic term describes the area between the Euphrates and the Mediterranean Sea and the area south of Gaziantep (Turkey) to the Hauran. It is not identical with the territory of the modern Syrian state, which on the one hand the (Turkish) province Hatay and Lebanon no longer belong, and […]

Vietnam Human Geography

Vietnam Human Geography

According to localtimezone, the Vietnamese group represents 86.2% of the country’s population overall; they occupy the flat lands of Tonkin, coastal areas and Cochinchina. In the northern and central-northern areas live, in a marginal position, the minor ethnic groups, the Tay (1.7%), the Hoa (1.7%), the Thais (1.7%), the Nung (1.1%)), the muong (1.5%), the […]

Travel to Myanmar

Travel to Myanmar

Area: 676,578 km² Residents: 54,040,110 (11/2018) Population density: 80 E / km² Form of Government: Republic System of Government: parliamentary democracy with parliament- bound executive power Neighboring countries: Thailand, Laos, China, India, Bangladesh Capital: Naypyidaw National language: Burmese, English religions: 87.9% Buddhists 6.2% Christians 4.3% Islam 0.5% Hinduism 0.008% Jehovah’s Witnesses Currency: Kyat (MMK) 1 MMK = 100 pyas Exchange rates: 1 EUR = 1,690.98 MMK […]

Indonesia History

Indonesia History

The oldest evidence of human life in Indonesia are the skeletal finds of Trinil, Sangiran and Mojokerto on Java, which are assigned to the species Homo erectus and the E. Dubois 1890/91 (after the finds by Trinil) referred to as “Pithecanthropus”. This early man is associated with the Paleolithic culture named after finds at Pactan. […]

Syria Culture and Literature

Syria Culture and Literature

CULTURE Syria is configured, within the Middle Eastern panorama, as a developed and modern state, where however the tradition and the artistic and architectural heritage are preserved and integrated into the contemporary dimension. Inhabited or conquered over the centuries by Phoenicians, Mesopotamian, Roman, Arab, Mongol and Ottoman civilizations, the country today retains important traces of […]