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Ukraine Calendar 2013

| February 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Ukraine Calendar Ukraine is literally ‘a land on the edge,’ a swath of Eastern Europe that borders on Central Asia, although the country’s character is more Slavic than Asian or European. Sitting on the border of the Black Sea, Ukraine has had a violent history that propelled the country to its great leap backwards until [...]

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Turkey Calendar 2013

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Turkey Calendar Istanbul, one of the chicest megalopolises in the world, is (literally) at the crossroads of Asia and Europe, and oozes with appeal characteristic of both sides of the continent. Istanbul is where travelers can both enjoy the colors and smells and sights of the distant past, as well as enjoy the conveniences (and [...]

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Switzerland calendar 2013

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Switzerland calendar Switzerland may be neutral territory, but travelers are not spared the inconvenience (or fun, if you look at it that way) of holidays when they do visit the country and find that government offices or some tourist facilities are closed. To prepare, take a look at this Switzerland calendar 2013 and brace yourself [...]

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Sweden Calendar 2013

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Sweden Calendar The birthplace of the Nobel Peace Prize is indeed an example of what it preaches: Sweden, like Switzerland, is neutral territory. But Sweden has had a history of war-like past when the Vikings were known as more than just able mariners. The land of Volvos, ABBA, the midnight sun, and clothing-optional beaches has [...]

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Saudi Arabia Calendar 2013

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Saudi Arabia Calendar One of most powerful of Middle East blocs and a central figure to the OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries), the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is largely governed by Sharia, or Islamic Law. As such, the handful of holidays in the Saudi Arabia calendar 2013 is largely religious in nature, and usually [...]

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