Bulgarian Literature
Europe

Bulgarian Literature

Bulgarian literature, term for the first written monuments in Bulgaria from the 8th / 9th centuries. Century. These are chronicles (expanded by philosophical memorabilia) as well as building and grave inscriptions of proto-Bulgarian rulers and nobles in Greek, rarely also in the Turkic language of the proto-Bulgarians. Old Bulgarian literature On the basis of an […]

Romania after the Dictatorship
Europe

Romania after the Dictatorship (since 1989)

The on 22./28. 12. 1989 formed Council of the FSN under Iliescu raised inter alia. the resettlement laws and announced free elections; at the same time the name of the state was changed (Republic of Romania; previously Socialist Republic of Romania). At the end of 1989 the traditional National Peasant Party was re-established (originally founded […]

Cyprus Arts
Asia Europe

Cyprus Arts

Bronze age The culturally significant Bronze Age of Cyprus is divided into three main periods: early (2300–2000 BC), middle (2000–1600 BC) and late (1600–1050 BC) Bronze Age. The early Bronze Age is represented by sites (especially graves with additions), among other things. known in Vunus, Kurion, Phaneromeni (today Episcopi) and Philia with its jugs. The […]

Belarus Human Geography
Europe

Belarus Human Geography

Belarus, colloquially often Belarus, officially Respublika Belarus, German Republic of Belarus, landlocked country in Eastern Europe with (2019) 9.5 million residents; The capital is Minsk. Geography Vegetation According to 800zipcodes, over 40% of the state’s area is covered by forests (mostly mixed forests). In the north the spruce trees dominate as typical representatives of the […]

Italy Landmarks
Europe

Italy Landmarks

After Spain, Italy is one of the most popular holiday destinations for Germans. One of the reasons may be that Italy connects both those who are eager to learn and those who enjoy themselves among us, thanks to a composition of interesting history and a pleasant way of life. Almost every tour can be rounded […]

Niger Economy and History
Europe

Niger Economy and History

(République du Niger). State of north-central Africa (1,267,000 km²). Capital: Niamey. Administrative division: departments (8). Population: 14,296,816 (2008 estimate). Language: French (official), djerma, hausa, local languages, kanuri, poular, tamachek. Religion: Sunni Muslims 88.7%, animists / traditional beliefs 11%, others 0.3%. Monetary unit: CFA franc (100 cents). Human Development Index: 0.370 (174th place). Borders: Algeria and […]

Nebrija Universidad 6
Colleges Europe

Study in Nebrija Universidad

city Madrid is an impressive city with many sights and places to go out. There is actually something going on from Monday to Sunday, which of course can endanger learning. The city center with its many old buildings is reminiscent of Paris or Vienna. You can also get to know the real traditional Spanish life […]

Bachelor Abroad
Europe North America

Bachelor Abroad

In almost all countries, the Bachelor’s degree is the first, undergraduate degree within a three-level study system. After completing their bachelor’s degree, graduates can either pursue a master’s degree and continue their studies up to a doctorate, or they can start their professional lives straight away. This study model had existed for years in Great […]

Types of Universities in France
Europe

Types of Universities in France

The two-part university landscape in France is unique in its form and shows that the promotion of the elite still occupies an important position within the French university system. On the one hand, there are the universities (Universités) that are open to the general public and not restricted in admission. On the other hand, there […]

Semester Abroad in Italy
Europe

Semester Abroad in Italy

Longing for Italy! Bella Italia is not only the country with the most influential and popular cuisine in the world, but also the country with the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In fact, you don’t have to save on superlatives if you want to describe Italy adequately. After all, Italians themselves are not friends of […]