Ireland Travel Guide

August 1, 2011 at 6:08 pm (Blogging, Culture, Guide, Nature, Photo, Photography, Photos, Pictures, Slovenia, Travel, Trip, Vacation)

After many years of problems, it seems that Ireland Travel Guide can finally breathe a sigh of relief. Of course, the current situation leaves much to be desired, but at least now the country returns to its status as a major tourist attraction in Europe. Take a tour of Galway and soon you’ll understand why it has been called one of eight cities in the world sexy. Mingle with people in Cork for a multicultural celebration of art and gastronomy cosmopolitan luxury catering to all tastes. Above all, get a taste of Dublin’s art scene and vibrant nightlife to see why it is considered one of the youngest cities in Europe.

However, schools are full of tourists from the Irish experience. Movement off the beaten track to discover the most stereotypical of the less vehement, with its ring of coastal mountains extends refreshing greenery, sparkling lakes and the glorious monuments of the past.

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Inner Carniola

June 8, 2009 at 7:50 am (Blogging, Culture, Guide, Nature, Photo, Photography, Photos, Pictures, Slovenia, Travel, Trip, Vacation)

Inner Carniola is a traditional region of Slovenia. It was a part of the historical Habsburg crown land of Carniola. The traditional administrative and economic center of the region is Postojna, and other minor centers include Logatec, Cerknica, Pivka and Ilirska Bistrica.

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Constitution

April 17, 2009 at 11:30 am (Blogging, Culture, Guide, Nature, Photo, Photography, Photos, Pictures, Slovenia, Travel, Trip, Vacation)

tbb-ibiza_spain_02-719850The Spanish Constitution of 1978 is the culmination of the Spanish transition to democracy. The constitutional history of Spain dates back to the constitution of 1812. After the death of Francisco Franco in 1975, a general election in 1977 convened the Constituent Cortes (the Spanish Parliament, in its capacity as a constitutional assembly) for the purpose of drafting and approving the constitution of 1978. As a result, Spain is now composed of 17 autonomous communities and two autonomous cities with varying degrees of autonomy thanks to its Constitution, which nevertheless explicitly states the indivisible unity of the Spanish nation as well as that Spain has today no official religion but all are free to practice and believe as they wish.

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Prekmurje

January 15, 2009 at 2:01 pm (Blogging, Culture, Guide, Nature, Photo, Photography, Photos, Pictures, Slovenia, Travel, Trip, Vacation)

Prekmurje (also Prekomurje, węg. Muravidék, German Murland) – a small region in today’s historic Slovenia. Prekmurje has an area of 1,093 km2. He extreme north-eastern corner of Slovenia, pressed between the borders with Austria, Hungary and Croatia. Slovenia separated from the rest of them river Mura. In the southern borders of the Croatian region Medimurje with a similar history. North Prekmurje occupies hilly tectonic foreland Alps Goričko (Dreiländereck highest peak on the border with Hungary and Austria – 387 m above sea level), the southern part Ledavy river valleys and walls.

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Culture

December 5, 2008 at 12:00 pm (Blogging, Culture, Guide, Nature, Photo, Photography, Photos, Pictures, Slovenia, Travel, Trip, Vacation)

Slovenia in terms of culture was associated with countries of Central Europe, mainly Austria and northern Italy, also part of Hungary. SOUTHERN impact Balkan countries with which Slovenia joined the common country was seventy years the twentieth century, pointed to a lesser extent.

Despite the absence of independent statehood, in Slovenia since the sixteenth century, developed a reading in Slovene. More intensive development of the Slovenian culture began in the first half of the nineteenth century, when, as in some other European nations, and the awakening of the national and cultural.

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Industry

November 14, 2008 at 10:40 am (Blogging, Culture, Guide, Nature, Photo, Photography, Photos, Pictures, Slovenia, Travel, Trip, Vacation)

In Slovenia, is a well-developed textile industry and chemicals. The others are in phase rzowoju. This country is the most developed in the country in the former republics jugosławskich.

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Slovenia – Guide with tips for your holiday

October 7, 2008 at 1:02 pm (Blogging, Culture, Guide, Nature, Photo, Photography, Photos, Pictures, Slovenia, Travel, Trip, Vacation)

In the southwest of the country is due to the proximity to the Adriatic Sea Mediterranean climate with warm summers and mild, wet winters. In winter and spring occur along the coast often cold case winds (Bora) on. Inland, the climate is continental characterized. The annual fluctuations in temperature after taking East. When moist air on the Mediterranean rim meets the Alps, it is because of congestion effects to intense rainfall. In the high altitudes of mountainous regions 3 000 mm annual precipitation exceeded. In the capital, Ljubljana, the average January temperature -1 ° C, which in July is 20 ° C. The city had already extreme values of -28 ° C and 39 ° C. The average annual rainfall in Ljubljana amounts to approximately 1 390 millimeters.

Even the plant world documented the situation of Slovenia in the transition area between Central Europe and the Mediterranean. 55 percent of the country is forested. While in the northern mixed forests with oaks, beeches and pines predominate, dominate in the southern parts of the country Linden and bush (eg tree heather, strawberry tree and rockrose).

In the woods among other things Lifelong red deer, roe deer, wild boars, wild cats, various types and weasels foxes. In higher layers are chamois, marmots and mouflon relatively frequently encountered. The bird life is rich in species in Slovenia and others will find Birk and coroners chickens, and golden eagle Kolkrabe suitable habitat. The drier plateaus are the distribution area of different arachnids (such as scorpions and Taranteln) and reptiles (geckos, vipers, vipers, lizards). In the underground caves live Olm. About 6 percent of the land area of Slovenia are protected.

The population of the country amounts to 1.94 million (2004). The ethnic composition is very homogeneous: 96 percent of the population are Slovenes. Moreover, among other things Lifelong Croats, Serbs, Bosnians and Hungary in the country. This relatively uniform composition of the population favored the rapid secession of Slovenia from Yugoslavia. The population density is 96 inhabitants per square kilometer. The annual population growth in 2004 was 0.13 percent. The median life expectancy is 71.9 for men and for women 79.8 years (2004). The standard of living in Slovenia is the highest among the former socialist republics.

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Politics

August 22, 2008 at 4:14 pm (Blogging, Culture, Guide, Nature, Photo, Photography, Photos, Pictures, Slovenia, Travel, Trip, Vacation)

The Slovenian head of state is the president, who is elected by popular vote every five years. The executive branch is headed by the prime minister and the council of ministers or cabinet, who are elected by the parliament.

The bicameral Parliament of Slovenia consists of the National Assembly (Državni zbor), and the National Council (Državni svet). The National Assembly has ninety members, 88 of which are elected by all the citizens in a system of proportional representation, while two are elected by the autochthonous Hungarian and Italian minorities. The National Council has forty members, appointed to represent social, economic, professional and local interest groups. Parliamentary elections are held every four years.

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Bled Castle

June 17, 2008 at 2:08 pm (Blogging, Culture, Guide, Nature, Photo, Photography, Photos, Pictures, Slovenia, Travel, Trip, Vacation)

Perched atop a 100m (328ft) cliff, Bled Castle is the perfect backdrop to a lake view. One of many access footpaths leads up from behind the Bledec Hostel. Admission includes entry to the museum collection as well as Castle Printworks.

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When to Go

May 9, 2008 at 12:30 pm (Blogging, Culture, Guide, Nature, Photo, Photography, Photos, Pictures, Slovenia, Travel, Trip, Vacation)

September is an excellent month to visit because it’s the best time for hiking and climbing, and the summer crowds have vanished. December to March is high-time for skiers, while spring is a good time to be in the lowlands and valleys because everything’s in blossom. Try to avoid July and August, when hotel rates rise and there are lots more tourists, especially on the coast.

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