Ukraine Traditions

Ukraine Traditions

Amber jewels, flower-painted wool scarves, porcelain, carpets, enamels and golds from Kyiv: Ukraine’s artisan tradition is very rich and varied, with differences also affecting the regions of the country. Of the mountainous areas and of the Carpathian, for example, objects and wooden sculptures are typical, but above all the pyssanka, literally “written egg”, which has become […]

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Hungary History - 1989-2005

Hungary History: 1989-2005

Establishment of the new democratic Hungary (1989-2005) The Hungarian Democratic Forum (Hungarian abbreviation MDF) was founded on September 27, 1987. Other parties emerged in 1988/89, including the Bund Free Democrats (SzDSz; founded on November 13, 1988), the Independent Party of Small Farmers, Agricultural Workers and Citizens (FKgP, re-established on November 18, 1988) and the Christian […]

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Belarus Country and People

Belarus Geography

HUMAN GEOGRAPHY The overwhelming predominance of the Belarusian element, which has always made up approx. 80% of the entire population has preserved the homogeneity of the ethnic composition of the state. Even before Belarus, in 1918, was proclaimed a Soviet Republic, the Belarusian or White Russian ethnic group, so defined because of the prevalence of […]

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Netherlands Arts and Culture

Netherlands Arts and Culture

CULTURE: GENERAL INFORMATION The ancient Netherlands, a geographical area including Flanders (now included in Belgium) and part of northern France, enjoyed considerable economic and cultural prosperity in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, thanks to an extremely geographical position. favorable, at the confluence of three major European rivers, the Rhine, the Meuse and the Scheldt. Subsequently, […]

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Racist

Top 10 Most Racist Countries in the World

Racism is defined by the way of thinking, which shows the existence of different and superior human races with respect to hereditary physical characteristics and concepts involving character, culture and intelligence. And there is no scientific theory that supports racism, this a combination of preconceived opinions, valuing biological differences between humans, and attributing superiority to […]

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