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62% of Austria's total land area is covered by the Austrian Alps? Europe's second highest peak in order of prominence, Großglockner (3,798m, with a prominence of 2,423m) is located in Austria? The Krimml Falls (Krimmler Wasserfalle),…

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With 410 million native speakers, Spanish is the second most popular language in the world. The name Spain diverged from the word Ispania, which means the land of rabbits. Spain has over 8000 km of beaches. They have highest number…

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Egypt has the largest Arabic population in the world. The Copts are the largest Christian community in Egypt and in the Middle East. Because Christianity was the main religion in Egypt between the fourth and sixth centuries, the term…

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the climatic and geographical diversity and variety of Slovenia mean that you can ski in the morning, pick autumn fruits in the afternoon and have a night swimming in the Adriatic sea, all in a single day? although Slovenia’s surface…

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Triumph Arch was built following the proclamation of the Union and accommodates four exhibitions which can be visited on the occasion of Army Day, Aviators’ Day and Bucharest City Days. Calea Victoriei in Bucharest was formed after the…

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A pub in Blagesti, Bacau County turned into a library? Well done! local community, education wins over boozing. A schoolmistress from Darmoxa hamlet in Suceava village transformed her living room into a classroom? Tired to wait for the…

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