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Category : Travel

07 Jan 2023
Sassari, Sardaigne, Italie

Between human habitats and nature

Human and nature Biodiversity Between human habitats and nature Biodiversity conservation researcher Victor Cazalis: “Experiencing nature is a determining factor in the way we think about nature and environmental issues”   A recent Franco-German study shows that human beings are moving more and more away from nature, both physically by distancing themselves from a natural space and culturally. Victor Cazalis is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Leipzig and took part in this study, which we have already mentioned […]

15 Dec 2022


Amsterdam   Amsterdam is the capital and largest city of the Netherlands. He’s known for its historic canals, museums, and vibrant nightlife. Located in the province of North Holland. He’s home to about 850,000 people and is one of the most populous cities in the European Union. The city has a rich history dating back to the 13th century, and it is known for its cultural and artistic heritage. He’s also a major hub for business, tourism, and transportation in […]

10 Dec 2022
As early as the 14th century the inhabitants of the island had discovered the presence of coral. Alghero thus became a place famous for its coral.

Alghero, Sardinia, Italy

  Alghero: Have you ever seen the history and present of a city through its silhouettes! Alghero, a history between facts and legends; baroque, neoclassical, Catalan patrimony, the ‘Coral Coast’, and fortified with 90 km of shoreline… Alghero offers perhaps the most beautiful medieval center of Sardinia. And it’s between the walls and the sea that you can read the soul of the Alghero! An anthology sunset on its ramparts; the ocher stone of the houses then turns into bronze […]

28 Aug 2019
Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut, a compacted version of the world Gulgun Gunal | 28 August 2019, updated on 01 October 2022.  Lebanon: A Country of Emigration and Immigration Beirut, Lebanon “Lebanon is a multi-confessional republic. It is characterized by a sectarian power-sharing structure that arose as a result of its history, which is filled with sectarian and communal power struggles. Consequently, Lebanon has struggled for years on end to deal with human loss and brain drain as a consequence of continual emigration, in […]

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