Zagreb, Guide To The Capital Of Croatia

Zagreb

The geographical position of Zagreb, which sees the capital closer to Vienna than to the Croatian city of Dubrovnik (formerly Ragusa), says much of the character Mittel European Zagreb, a city of over one million inhabitants with v’accoglie its orderly appearance of a city in Central Europe. Expanded mainly under the Habsburgs, with parks and […]

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Tallinn, Trip In The Hanseatic City

Tallinn

Tallinn, capital of the Estonia, according to archaeologists who have stood them in the ninth century on its current site, entered the 1248 joined the Hanseatic League, one of the most powerful business organizations in the Middle Ages, becoming at the beginning of the fifteenth century port and commercial hub of primary importance among the […]

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Skopje, Tour To The Capital Of Macedonia

Skopje

Skopje, in Macedonian Скопје, Shkup in Albanian, is the capital of the Republic of Macedonia. The city, which numbers approximately 700,000 and contains almost a quarter of the national population, is located in north-central part of the country, and represents the political, economic and cultural center of the country. Geographically it extends along the upper […]

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