Saturday, 13 April 2024
37 facts about Slovakia
37 facts about Slovakia
A land of castles and palaces
Slovakia is a small landlocked country that was established in its present form after the division of Czechoslovakia in 1993. It is one of the countri ...

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It was created after World War I on the ruins of the Ottoman Empire.
One of the most popular Turkish dishes is kebab.
The “real” one is served with mutton or lamb.
On the promenade of Zadar, there is a monument Pozdrav Suncu, a circle with a diameter of 22 meters, embedded between the promenade's stones with 300 special plates that absorb the Sun's rays.
Underneath the glass plates, solar panels are located. After dark, the solar energy stored in the ba ...
Austria has numerous lakes.
The larger ones are of glacial origin and are located near the country's borders. The largest is Lak ...
Kazakhstan's population is more than 18, 7 million, with a population density of 6.8 per square kilometer.
Great Britain
Not every police officer in the UK carries a firearm.
Only police officers in Northern Ireland carry it with them at all times. Other countries in the kin ...
The National Sovereignty Day and Children’s Day are celebrated on April 23.
Czech Republic
At the end of the 18th century, with the spread of Romanticism, the Czech National Revival movement emerged.
After 1848, leading representatives of the Czech National Revival increased their political efforts ...
Animals typical of savannahs live in Uganda.
These are mainly: antelopes, giraffes, buffaloes, and big cats, including lions and cheetahs. Its wo ...
The oldest and most important university in Portugal is the University of Coimbra.
It was the only institution of this type in the country until the beginning of the 20th century. It ...