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-The population of our country 83 million and its area is 783 km^2

- Our largest city, Istanbul, connects the European and Asian continents.

-Cente of tourism is Istanbul include the Sultan Ahmed Mosque (the "Blue Mosque"), the Hagia Sophia, the Topkapı Palace, the Basilica Cistern, the Dolmabahçe Palace, the Galata Tower, the Grand Bazaar, the Spice Bazaar, and the Pera Palace Hotel....

- The southern coasts of Turkey are world famous in sea tourism. You can visit Bodrum, Fethiye, Marmaris, Kuşadası, Çeşme, Didim, Antalya, Alanya, Ephesus, Troy, Pergamon, House of the Virgin Mary, Pamukkale, Hierapolis.

- The north of our country is famous for its forests and natural beauty. You can visit Trabzon (where one of the oldest monasteries is the Sümela Monastery)

- There are also natural beauties in the central part of the country. In Nevşehir, there is the world-famous tourism center of Cappadocia. Our City Kırıkklae is very close to Cappadocia. Mevlana mausoleum (where the poet Rumi had spent most of his life) can be visited in Konya city.

- There are very old and important historical places in the east of our country.

- And you can find more detailed information about Turkey from the links below.

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" Mustafa Kemal Atatürk" , the founding leader of the Republic of Turkey. The name Kemal was given to him by his mathematics teacher. Kemal means maturity, completeness, maturity, competence in terms of knowledge and virtue...

TURKISH COFFEE: It can be easily distinguished from other coffees with its unique scent and special foam. It is considered by coffee lovers to be the only coffee that can be drunk by boiling. It is the only type of coffee used to tell the future...


Fortune: After drinking the coffee, we turn the cup upside down. We wait for a while and wait for the finance to cool. We then tell stories from the shapes formed in the cup and make predictions about the future...

TURKISH BAKLAVA: There are many desserts in our country, but the most important one for us is baklava. Making this dessert, which has many varieties, requires a special skill. Its unique dough is rolled thinly, and pistachios are sprinkled between these doughs, which are opened 40 times, then cut on the tray and baked in the oven by spreading butter. After coming out of the oven, the syrup is poured and bon appetit...


The official currency of the Republic of Turkey is the Turkish Lira. Its subunit is Kuruş. There is a picture of Atatürk, the founding leader of our state, on our moneys.


You can see the "evil eye bead" in our country, sometimes at the entrances of houses, sometimes on trees, sometimes in workplaces. We believe that this object protects us from bad energy and evil eyes.


"Kebab" is the name given to meat dishes cooked in a barbecue or wood oven. Mostly mutton or veal is used as meat. It is usually cooked directly over the fire. There are many varieties unique to our country.


The "Van cat" takes it's name from a city in Türkiye. It's bi-colored eyes are attractive. It is playful, curious and sociable animal.



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  • Our school is in Prague – the capital of the Czech Republic.
  • Founded in 1952, it celebrates its 70th anniversary this year.
  • There are about 300 students and 25 teachers in our school.
  • We provide three educational programs in the field of transport, transportation, logistics, economics, banking, postal services and basic business issues.
  • We are still in a replacement building this school year due to renovations.

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Ľubovnian fair

Held every year, visitors can look forward to a rich program, a raffle, a varied selection of handmade products, various types of goods, and specialties from the field of gastronomy.As usual, the fair program takes place on the tribune in front of the district office on Námestie Generála Štefánika.


Stará Ľubovňa castle and an open-air museum.

It is a castle in the north of Slovakia, towering over the town of Stará Ľubovňa. The castle was built by the Hungarian king Ondrej III. (turn of the 13th -14th century).
A partially preserved and reconstructed castle. In some rooms, barrel vaults and Prussian vaults have been preserved, in the underground, it is preserved torture chamber. Among the preserved parts of the castle is also the castle chapel.
There is also a well-preserved open-air museum under the castle, which shows how people lived in this district before.
Polish coronations are also stored in the castle jewels.


Devil's rock maze

This is the largest maze in the middle Europe. It is located in the city of Stará Ľubovňa. The preparation of the labyrinth took 3 years, and for its realization, they needed to plant 20,000 trees, which in recent years have grown to a height of approximately 2 meters. The area where the maze is located has an expanse of 11,000 square meters, and the separate maze has 6,400 square meters.



Slovakia is unusually rich in the occurrence of mineral and thermal waters. For every country in which they are found, they are of great health, economic and social importance. In our territory, all known types of mineral waters are found, except for radioactive ones, some even in large concentrations.

There are also many springs in our neighborhood of Stara Ľubovna. There are up to 71 of them.

The Slovak president is a woman.

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  • Our president's name is Zuzana Čaputová
  • She is a Slovak politician, lawyer, and since June 2019 the President of the Slovak Republic
  • She is the first woman to be president in Slovakia


Caves in Slovakia

We have many caves in Slovakia, some of which are unique. The closest to us is the Belianska cave. This cave is among the most visited accessible caves in Slovakia. It is located in the Belianske Tatry National Nature Reserve on the territory of the Tatra National Park. There are three species of bats in Belianska Cave.


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Museum Burgher´s House

In the city center are houses from the 19th century. The museum located on time square St. Nicolaus in the center of Stara Ľubovna represents life in the past. It reveals a stylish living room with a preserved black kitchen, a paper-making workshop, blueprints, and a mint.

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The most famous prisoner in Stara Lubovna


Maurice Benyovszky was imprisoned at Ľubovňa Castle in 1767.

He escaped and 10 years later became the King of Madagascar.


Bratislava - the capital city

This is the Bratislava castle in the city of Bratislava, where our President Zuzana Čaputová also resides.


The most popular Slovak music group I. M. T. Smile sings a folk song from our region

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Folk song of our region.

You can hear the dialect spoken in the local families, and see the beautiful folk dress and the typical dance. Listen to a cheerful song and musical instruments typical of Slovak folk music.

IA large number of mineral waters originate in Slovakia. Many of them have a healing effect on the human body.

The Ščava spring is a natural carbonaceous mineral spring in the Stará Ľubovňa district with Na, Ca, Mg, Fe, and Mn content.
The water is suitable for drinking treatments aimed at cleansing and flushing the body, for diseases of the liver and pancreas, loss of appetite, chronic stomach problems and inflammation of the kidneys, and for preventing calcium deficiency.


The smallest high mountains in the world are the High Tatras

The High Tatras are the smallest mountain range in the world and the highest inland mountain range in Europe in the area between the Alps, the Caucasus, the Urals, and the Arctic Ocean. The main ridge of the mountain range is 26 km long.



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Plaza Mayor was erected on the former Plaza del Arrabal, where Madrid’s most popular market was held till the late 16th century. When King Philip II moved the Spanish court from Toledo to Madrid in 1561, he began to plan a remodelling of the square, although it wasn’t till his son and successor Philip III was in power, that the new square was built. It was designed by architect Juan Gómez de Mora, who brought architectural uniformity to this open space which would be used to host all kinds of events, from local festivities and bullfights to beatifications, coronations and even the occasional auto-da-fé during the Spanish Inquisition.

The Royal Palace of Madrid is the largest in Western Europe and one of the largest in the world. With over 135,000 square metres and 3,418 rooms, it has witnessed centuries of Spanish history. It is one of the few official seat of a Head of State that is open to the public.

The Royal Palace of Madrid, like all the Royal Sites managed by Patrimonio Nacional, is regularly used by Their Majesties the King and Queen of Spain for audiences and official events. Moreover, the Royal Palace of Madrid, the largest in Western Europe, continues to be the official residence of the King of Spain, being the only official residence of a Head of State that is open to the public, ensuring that the Palace is alive as it organises official events, the changing of the guard and dozens of activities that revolve around the visitors.

The quality and variety of its collection makes the Prado one of the world's best-endowed museums. It combines a first-class collection of Spanish painting, the most important works of the Flemish and Italian schools, and various fine examples of the German, French and English schools. It is home to numerous masterpieces of universal art such as Las Meninas by Velázquez, the two Majas by Goya, Nobleman with his hand on his chest by El Greco, the Garden of Delights by Bosch, and The Three Graces by Rubens, among other priceless pieces. Although the museum was created to house primarily works of painting and sculpture, it also contains major collections of drawings, engravings, coins and medals, as well as items of clothing and decorative art.

Foto: Las Meninas de Velázquez

This is Madrid's most famous and most central square, located just a short walk from the Plaza Mayor. Originally it was the site of one of the city's gates, which faced the east and was adorned with an image of the sun, hence the square's name.

The square is actually almost semi-circular in shape and owes its current form to the major renovation work carried out between 1854 and 1860.

If you look to the "flat" south side of the semi circle you will see a clock tower, part of a building known as the "Real Casa de Correos". This was originally built in the 18th century as part of the Post Office, and now functions as the headquarters of the President of Madrid's Autonomous Community.

The clock is the famous clock all Spanish people turn their eyes to on New Year's Eve, guzzling down a grape to each of it's twelve chimes at midnight. Millions watch on TV and what sometimes seems like millions more brave the cold in the square.

Spanish omelette or Tortilla Espanola is a simple potato recipe dish that can be enjoyed hot or cold, as a starter, main dish or as tapas at a picnic.

Paella is a classic Spanish rice dish made with rice, saffron, vegetables, chicken, and seafood cooked and served in one pan. Although paella originates from Valencia, it’s recognized as the national food of Spain and there are several different varieties. The most common types of paella are chicken paella, seafood paella, or mixed paella (a combination of seafood, meats, and vegetables).

Cocido madrileño (literally “Madrid stew”) is a three-course meal of soup, chickpeas, and vegetables and meats. The name alone doesn’t define what gets thrown in the mix. Chickpeas are essential. Potatoes, carrots, and cabbage are usually added, but sometimes leeks, turnips, and green beans are included, as well. Pork is the typical meat (chorizo; tocino, or bacon; and morcilla, or blood sausage, are common), but some people add chicken or beef. It’s a dish regularly served at family gatherings and on special occasions but is also on the menu at restaurants.

Rather than cooking the ham, you make jamón by dry-curing the leg. After slaughter, the legs are trimmed and cleaned, and then stacked in a barrel full of salt. They’re left for roughly two weeks to drain as much moisture as possible!

After that, the salt is wiped off and the legs are left to hang and cure. It’s carved off of the bone and served alongside other cured meats, sausages, and cheeses as an appetizer.

The Spanish tradition of ham making dates back more than 2,000 years to when the Roman Empire controlled most of the country. Even to the exotic palates of the Romans, Spanish ham was a delicacy. Pliny the Elder even praised jamón for its complexity, arguing that “the flesh of these hogs has nearly fifty flavors!”.

Retiro Park was once the royal garden of the old Buen Retiro Palace, built by the kings of Spain in the 17th century as a place of spiritual retreat, rest and vacation. It is home to many architectural and historical elements such as the great basin (tha lake as we also call it), Velázquez Palace and the Crystal Palace. It houses remarkable sculptures and fountains such as the monument dedicated to Alphonse XII, the statue of the Fallen Angel, the only sculpture in the world that represents the devil (Lucifer); the Fountain of The Galápago Tortoises, the amazing Hermitage of San Pelayo and San Isidoro, the Forest of Remembrance and the Puppet Theater, a unique theater in Europe that offers a program every weekend.

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Matoury French Guiana

Christiane Taubira, a French politician of whom French Guiana is proud. She was born in Cayenne and studied in French Guiana and then went to continue her studies in Paris.

Christiane is a woman on whom we should take an example. She was appointed keeper on the Seals after François Hollande (Former President or France 3012-2017) was elected to the presidential election.

Christiane is a mother of 4 children.

1-Did you know that the name "Matoury" owes its name to the Native American chief who reigned over the island of Cayenne and had his home on the mountain called "Mattory".

2-It was founded in 1656, under the name of district of the tour of the island "Matoury" becomes gives common by the judgment in February 25, 1891


Nikko, whose real name is Nicolas Coralie, is a Guyanese singer, producer and performer born in Cayenne.

With his group Ying Yang, he is considered the most famous Guyanese artist.

He is also known as the ambassador of Guyanese music.

Internationally “Nikko Reggae made in Guyana”.

I will tell you about the great footballer Mike Maignan. He is the great French international goalkeeper of AC Milan. This player is Guyanese, and he is 27 years old


Guiana Space Center French and European launch BASE, is located near Kourou in French Guiana. In 2021, the CSG has three active launch complexes used for firing heavy European Ariane 5 rockets (since 1996) and light Vega (since 2012) as well as for certain firings of the Russian Soyuz launcher (since 2011). A fourth launch complex has been built for the Ariane 6 launcher, which is to replace the Ariane 5 rocket from 2022. the place of space in the eco- Guyanese economy remains very important. the sector still generates 15% of the value added territory. No other sector of activity has such an important weight in added value.