Carinthia — the most southern Federal state of Austria on the border with Italy and Slovenia. Here the favorable climate, beautiful nature and, most importantly, developed tourist infrastructure. The ski season in Carinthia lasts no less than in the Tyrol — from mid-December to April. And in the North-West of the land where the glacier Mölltaler Gletscher, skiing is guaranteed all year round.
Southern Carinthia, which for the beauty of its nature is often called the “Austrian Riviera” – there are countless mountains and valleys, picturesque lakes, about 1270, on the banks of which are scattered small resort towns with world-class hotels, beautiful beaches and a complete infrastructure of leisure, and famous ski centers.
The capital of Carinthia – Klagenfurt, founded in 1252 near the beautiful lake wörth. This is a very beautiful place, famous for its Park “Minimundus” Museum reduced 25 times of the masterpieces of world architecture, as well as a miniature, but fully functioning railroad and a small port with boats.
Local attractions include the Renaissance town Hall with “heraldic hall,” the Baroque Bishop’s Palace (XVIII century), the Cathedral (XVI century), the Carinthian Museum and reptile Zoo are Happy and dinosaur Continue reading
Lakes are sources of the largest rivers in Africa that provide water and lots of fresh fish inhabitants of the “dark continent”. They are home to unique aquatic and terrestrial species. Africa has some of the biggest lakes in the world – Victoria, Chad, in the centre of the continent, and Tanganyika, lying between the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi, Tanzania and Zambia. Most large lakes in Africa are located along the continental fault known as the East African rift valley. Let us consider seven of the biggest lakes in Africa.
Lake Victoria (pictured) in East Africa located on the lands of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. 69484 with an area of square kilometers, the lake size can be compared with Ireland. Victoria gets its water from many rivers, the largest is the Kagera. Water from the lake then drains into the river via the Owen falls, where hydroelectric power plants are artificial. It is the second largest freshwater lake in the world, where there are major ports, countless small fishing villages. Green grassy shore of Homa Bay, Kenya are the ideal base from which to explore the wildlife of lake Victoria. Crocodiles and hippos grazing on the shores, and boat trips Continue reading
Population of Zambia
9770 thousand people.
The Location Of Zambia
Zambia is a country in South Central Africa. In the North it borders with the Democratic Republic of Congo and Tanzania in the East with Malawi, in South-East — with Mozambique, South Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia, on the West with Angola.
Times Of Zambia
Visa to Zambia
For travel to Zambia for the citizens of Russia need a visa.
The Climate Of Zambia
Flora Of Zambia
Fauna Of Zambia
For wildlife of Zambia is typical elephant, lion, Rhino, several species of antelope, Zebra, Jackal, hyena, crocodile. Inhabits large number of snakes and birds. Occasionally there are ostriches. Common termites, mosquitoes, tsetse flies.
Rivers and lakes of Zambia
The main rivers are the Zambezi and its tributaries Kafue and the Luangwa, and Luapula and Chambeshi. The largest lakes are Bangweulu, the southern part of lake Tanganyika, the Eastern part of Maru and Kariba — largest reservoir.
National parks, Victoria falls and the town of Kabwe, which was found near the remains of “Rhodesian man”, who lived at the same time as Neanderthal. The city has an Anthropological Continue reading