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 Granada (en)
Granada is a city in the south of Spain. Granada is the capital of the province of Granada in the autonomous Spanish region of Andalusia. The city lies at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range for approx. 730 meters altitude at the point where the two rivers Darro and Genil meet. In 2005, the population of Granada was 236,982 and with the inclusion of suburbs, the total population of the urban area was estimated at 472,638, making the city the 13th largest city in Spain. Most residents are engaged in processing agricultural products or work in tourism. The University of Granada is also of great economic and cultural importance. With its approx. 60,000 students make it one of the largest educational centers in Spain. Just outside Granada is the Alhambra, an impressive Moorish building complex and palace that has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984. The area, along with Granada's historic neighborhoods, has been an attraction to Muslims, Jews and Christians alike, and the rich historical relics that remain have made Granada one of Spain's most attractive cultural sites.

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 Rome (en)
In Rome there are three airports, two of which are owned by Aeroporti di Roma. The Intercontinental Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport, southwest of Rome, is Italy's main airport. This is also known by the name of Fiumicino, which is also the name of the municipality in which it is located. The older Rome-Ciampino Airport (called Ciampino) is a combined civil and military airport located near the border of the municipality of Ciampino to the southeast of Rome. Rome surrounds the Vatican City, the enclave of the Holy See, a separate sovereign state. It houses St. Peter's Square with St. Peter's Basilica. The open space in front of the church was redesigned by Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini from 1656 to 1667 at the behest of Pope Alexander 7, designed as a courtyard so that as many people as possible could see the Pope blessing. , Rafael's Stanzas and other important works by Leonardo da Vinci,

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Het Dogenpaleis, voorheen ook het Dogenpaleis als zetel van de Doge, een van de symbolen van de stad Venetië en een meesterwerk van Venetiaanse gotiek, is een gebouw dat staat in het monumentale gedeelte van Piazza San Marco, in de San Marco, tussen het gelijknamige plein en het dok van het Dogenpaleis, grenzend aan de basiliek van San Marco. Piazza San Marco, gelegen in Venetië in de regio Veneto, is een van de belangrijkste Italiaanse monumentale pleinen, de wereld vanwege zijn schoonheid en architectonische integriteit. Het is de enige stedelijke ruimte in Venetië die de naam vierkant aanneemt, aangezien alle andere ruimtes in de vorm van een vierkant correct gedefinieerde velden zijn.

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The Uffizi Gallery is a state museum in Florence, which is part of the museum complex called the Galleria degli Uffizi and in addition to the aforementioned gallery also includes the Vasari Corridor, the collections of Palazzo Pitti and the Boboli Gardens, which together account for quantity and quality of the collected works, one of the most important museums in the world.

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Montserrat is a mountain in Catalonia, Spain, part of the Prelittoral Cordillera. The highest peaks are Sant Jeroni, Montgrós and Miranda de les Agulles. The mountain also takes its name from the Caribbean island of Montserrat and is known for the Benedictine Abbey of Santa Maria de Montserrat.

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 Barcelone (fr)
Barcelone est la capitale de la région espagnole de Catalogne au nord-est de l'Espagne sur la mer Méditerranée. La ville est la deuxième plus grande du pays avec 1 636 762 avec 4,8 millions d'habitants en banlieue, surpassée seulement par la capitale Madrid. La Sagrada Família ou plus formellement le Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Familia, est une église inachevée à Barcelone, en Catalogne, en Espagne, considérée comme le chef-d'œuvre de l'architecte Antoni Gaudi. La Sagrada Familia en catalan signifie Sainte Famille, c'est-à-dire Joseph, Marie et l'enfant de Jésus, et est l'objet du culte catholique. Le parc Güell est un parc conçu par Antoni Gaudi, composé de jardins, de sculptures et de terrasses à Barcelone, qui est aujourd'hui l'un des monuments les plus populaires de la ville, le style organique de Gaudi et le modernisme catalan. Le parc est connu pour ses mosaïques, ses vues sur la ville, ses terrasses de conception organique, ses nombreuses colonnes et arcades, le banc en serpentin recouvert de mosaïque et surtout pour la fontaine recouverte de mosaïques "Dragon", conçue comme une salamandre colorée, un symbole préféré. De le parc, la ville et Gaudi lui-même. En 1984, le parc a été sélectionné et inscrit sur la liste du patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO en Espagne dans le cadre des œuvres d'Antoni Gaudi, avec sa Casa Mila et d'autres bâtiments

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Barcelona is the capital of the Spanish region of Catalonia in the northeast of Spain on the Mediterranean Sea. The city is the second largest in the country at 1,636,762 with 4.8 million inhabitants in the suburbs, surpassed only by the capital Madrid. The Sagrada Família or more formally the Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Familia, is an unfinished church in Barcelona, ??Catalonia, Spain, which is considered the masterpiece of architect Antoni Gaudi. The Sagrada Familia in Catalan means Holy Family, that is, Joseph, Mary and the child of Jesus, and is the object of Catholic worship. Park Güell is a park designed by Antoni Gaudi, consisting of gardens, sculptures and terraces in Barcelona, ??which today is one of the city's most popular attractions, Gaudi's organic style and Catalan modernism. The park is known for its mosaics, city views, organically designed terraces, numerous columns and arcades, the mosaic-covered serpentine bench and most importantly for the mosaic-covered fountain "Dragon", designed as a colorful salamander, a favorite symbol. from the park, the city and Gaudi himself. In 1984 the park was selected and included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in Spain as part of the works of Antoni Gaudi, along with his Casa Mila and other buildings

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 Granada (de)
Granada ist eine Stadt im Süden Spaniens. Granada ist die Hauptstadt der Provinz Granada in der autonomen spanischen Region Andalusien. Die Stadt liegt am Fuße der Sierra Nevada für ca. 730 Meter an der Stelle, an der sich die beiden Flüsse Darro und Genil treffen. Im Jahr 2005 betrug die Einwohnerzahl Granadas 236.982. Unter Einbeziehung der Vororte wurde die Gesamtbevölkerung des Stadtgebiets auf 472.638 Einwohner geschätzt. Damit ist die Stadt die 13. größte Stadt Spaniens. Die meisten Einwohner beschäftigen sich mit der Verarbeitung landwirtschaftlicher Produkte oder arbeiten im Tourismus. Die Universität von Granada ist auch von großer wirtschaftlicher und kultureller Bedeutung. Mit ca. 60.000 Studenten ist es eines der größten Bildungszentren in Spanien. Etwas außerhalb von Granada befindet sich die Alhambra, ein beeindruckender maurischer Gebäudekomplex und Palast, der seit 1984 zum UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe gehört. Die Gegend war zusammen mit Granadas historischen Vierteln eine Attraktion für Muslime, Juden und Christen, und die reichen historischen Relikte haben Granada zu einer der attraktivsten Kulturstätten Spaniens gemacht.


Scotland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. It is located on the north side of the island of Great Britain, of which it covers more than a third of the area with its 78764 km² expanse. Scotland has no international borders, and the only border is inland with England to the south; it is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean through the North Sea to the east and the North Channel and the Irish Sea to the southwest, and in addition to the part merged with Great Britain, the territory includes more than 790 smaller islands, including the Shetland, Orkney archipelagos and the Hebrides. Scotland's capital and second city, Edinburgh was the center of the Scottish Enlightenment of the 18th century, which turned the country into one of Europe's commercial, intellectual and industrial powers.

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Bavaria is a state in southeastern Germany bordering Liechtenstein, Austria and the Czech Republic. The capital Munich is known for its annual beer festival, Oktoberfest, art museums and the Baroque Nymphenburg Castle. The scenic Romantic Road starts from the city of Würzburg in the northwest and descends south through rural villages and medieval towns to the foothills of the Alps on Germany's southern border.

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Seville is the largest city in southern Spain and is crossed by the River Guadalquivir. It is the capital of Andalusia and the province of Seville. Seville has 688,592 inhabitants. Seville is known to many as the frying pan of Spain due to the very hot summers and the flat landscape of the region in which it is located. Tourists can still enjoy the city's medieval atmosphere with winding streets and numerous pedestrian streets. Seville has a rich history, which is reflected to this day in the form of Roman, Christian, Moorish and of course more modern buildings. It came from Seville, Columbus in 1492, bound for the New World. La Giralda, a Moorish minaret from the 11th century, today stands as the landmark of Seville. The Seville Cathedral is technically the largest in the world, started in 1402 and completed 104 years later. The cathedral is richly decorated and contains (perhaps) the earthly remains of Columbus.

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Dubai is an important area in terms of both tourism and economy. Dubai is truly multicultural. Only about 20% of the residents are so-called "local". The remaining 80% comes from more than 100 countries, mainly from India, Pakistan and the Philippines. Human Rights Watch describes how most of these people live in inhumane conditions. The ethnic and cultural contrasts are especially evident in the cityscape. This is also characterized by the fact that in Dubai there are twice as many men - some think three times as many men - as women. The legal discrimination between citizens with and without citizenship became especially apparent to the outside world when the state apparatus tried - in part successfully - to destroy a case accusing three citizens of raping a foreigner. Dubai has become a major tourist area in the Middle East, including as a result of its fast-growing carrier, led by Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed al-Maktoum, the Emir's uncle. With the exception of a few winter months, the climate is very warm with little rain. There are over 400 hotels in the city and more are on the way - the most famous hotel is Burj al-Arab, the world's only 7-star hotel. Dubai has also become a hub for service-based industries such as IT, media and finance. Dubai is also a city of extremes. Here you will find the world's highest tower Burj Khalifa, which is the highest tower in the world at 828 meters. And at the base of the tower is the Dubai Mall, which is the largest shopping center in the world with 1,200 stores.


Madrid, the capital of Spain. attend? Read here all about the Top 10 sights in Madrid, such as visiting the Royal Palace, Retiro Park, Bernabeu Stadium or visit the famous Prado Museum of Madrid. Madrid is the capital of Spain and the largest city in the country. The city itself has about 3.3 million inhabitants and the metropolitan area (the suburban city) has more than 6 million inhabitants. In terms of population, the city itself is the third largest in the EU after London and Berlin, and the metropolitan area is also the third largest after London and Paris. The area of ??the city is approximately 605 km². The city is located on the Manzanares River on the Castilian plateau, roughly in the center of the country. Founded in the 9th century by the Moors, it became the capital of Philip II of Spain in 1561. The city flourished during the Spanish Golden Age in the 16th and 17th centuries, from which emerged some of the city's striking buildings. During the Spanish Civil War, Madrid was at the center of some of the fiercest battles that wreaked havoc, but the city has since been rebuilt and is now the center of the country in business and culture. It is known as a very green city with large park areas and other green areas used for recreation. The city's landmarks include some of the most prominent royal palaces, the Prado Museum, Teatro Real, Buen Retiro Park, and Plaza de Cibeles; the latter has become a kind of symbol of the city of Madrid.

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 Granada (fr)
Grenade est une ville du sud de l'Espagne. Grenade est la capitale de la province de Grenade dans la région autonome espagnole d'Andalousie. La ville se trouve au pied de la chaîne de montagnes de la Sierra Nevada pendant env. 730 mètres au point de rencontre des deux rivières Darro et Genil. En 2005, la population de Grenade était de 236 982 habitants et avec l'inclusion des banlieues, la population totale de la zone urbaine était estimée à 472 638, faisant de la ville la 13e plus grande ville d'Espagne. La plupart des résidents sont engagés dans la transformation de produits agricoles ou travaillent dans le tourisme. L'Université de Grenade est également d'une grande importance économique et culturelle. Avec ses quelque 60 000 étudiants, il est l'un des plus grands centres éducatifs d'Espagne. Juste à l'extérieur de Grenade se trouve l'Alhambra, un impressionnant complexe de bâtiments mauresques et un palais inscrit au patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO depuis 1984. La région, ainsi que les quartiers historiques de Grenade, a attiré les musulmans, les juifs et les chrétiens, et les riches vestiges historiques qui subsistent ont fait de Grenade l'un des sites culturels les plus attrayants d'Espagne.


 Rome (fr)
A Rome, il y a trois aéroports, dont deux appartiennent à Aeroporti di Roma. L'aéroport international Intercontinental Leonardo Da Vinci, au sud-ouest de Rome, est le principal aéroport d'Italie. Ceci est également connu sous le nom de Fiumicino, qui est également le nom de la municipalité dans laquelle il est situé. L'ancien aéroport de Rome-Ciampino (appelé Ciampino) est un aéroport civil et militaire combiné situé près de la frontière de la municipalité de Ciampino au sud-est de Rome. Rome entoure la Cité du Vatican, l'enclave du Saint-Siège, un État souverain séparé. Il abrite la place Saint-Pierre avec la basilique Saint-Pierre. L'espace ouvert en face de l'église a été redessiné par Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini de 1656 à 1667 à la demande du pape Alexandre 7, conçu comme une cour afin que le plus grand nombre de personnes puisse voir la bénédiction du pape. , Les strophes de Rafael et d'autres œuvres importantes de Léonard de Vinci,

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Milan, the world capital of fashion and design, is a metropolis in Northern Italy and is the capital of Lombardy. The headquarters of the Italian Stock Exchange is a financial center also known for its exclusive restaurants and shops. The Gothic-style cathedral and the cloister of Santa Maria delle Grazie, where Leonardo da Vinci's fresco “The Last Supper” can be seen, testify to the city's artistic and cultural heritage. Milan Cathedral, officially the Metropolitan Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Milan. Symbol of the Lombard capital, and located in the eponymous square in the center of the metropolis, it is dedicated to Santa Maria Nascente. The Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie is a basilica and sanctuary in Milan, belonging to the Dominican Order and run by the parish of San Vittore al Corpo. The main artwork is Da Vinci's Last Supper. There are several streets and squares in Milan that have historical, architectural, social or commercial significance. [Of the squares, the main one is Piazza del Duomo

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