Syria Travel Warning

Syria Travel Warning

ON THE GO Traveling by plane Syrian Arab Airlines (RB) connects Aleppo, Palmyra, Deir-ez-Zor, Al-Qamishlye and Lattakia. Domestic flights are quite cheap. On the way by car / bus The road network covers around 25,900 km, of which 22,500 km are paved. Some roads are impassable during the rainy season. The most important road leads from Aleppo to Damascus and Dar’a (north-south axis). Bus: Regular buses from Damascus and Aleppo…

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Shopping and Currency in Iran

Currency in Iran

DUTY-FREE SHOPPING Overview The following items can be imported into Iran duty-free: An adequate amount of tobacco products for personal use: a maximum of 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 g of tobacco; Perfume for personal use; According to aristmarketing, high-quality items are noted in the passport by customs on entry and may not be sold in Iran (customs control on departure). If you intend to re-enter Iran with…

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Iran Travel Guide

Iran Travel Guide

ON THE GO Traveling by plane Iran Air (IR) (Internet: www.iranair.com) flies to Tehran, Ahwaz, Tabriz, Isfahan, Shiraz, Mashhad, Zahedan and other major cities in the country. Aseman Air (Internet: www.iaa.ir) also offers domestic flights. Due to the size of the country, the plane is the usual mode of transport. On the way by car / bus Over 50,000 km of paved roads and 490 km of motorway are available.…

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Iran Economy and Culture

Iran Economy

GENERAL Official name of the state Islamic Republic of Iran. Capital Tehran. Geography According to a2zgov, Iran borders Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and the Caspian Sea to the north, Afghanistan and Pakistan to the east, the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman to the south, and Iraq and Turkey to the west. The east and the center of the country consist largely of barren desert, which is loosened up by…

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Israel Questions and Questions

Israel

What is a kibbutz Maybe you know the word kibbutz or have you at least heard it once? Kibbutz is Hebrew and means “community” or “assembly”. In a kibbutz many people live together like in a family. So they live together, eat together and also work together. These kibbutzim, that is the majority of kibbutz, only exist in Israel and nowhere else in the world. Everything belongs to everyone in…

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Iran Politics and Women

The power of the revolutionary leader In Iran, too, a president is elected by the citizens every four years. It also represents the state to the outside world and is responsible for international agreements. He heads the government. But the revolutionary leader has the say on important issues, which limits the president’s influence. Today’s revolutionary leader is called Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. The Shiite clergy have had the greatest power and…

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Syria Everyday Life

Syria Children

Where are people fleeing to? More than five million Syrians have fled abroad and half of them are children. Many have to go a long way and often on foot. Some still have their parents, some flee alone and some with their siblings. Often times they saw terrible things. They often find it difficult to sleep and are very scared. Most of the refugees flee to neighboring countries such as…

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Typical Saudi Arabia

Typical Saudi Arabia

Where does the water in the desert come from? One of the biggest problems of the state, but also of everyday life in Saudi Arabia, is water shortage. Where is one supposed to get water from in a country where there are no rivers and lakes? But imagine that every Saudi consumes an average of 265 liters of water a day. Even in Germany, water consumption is not exactly low…

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Turkey Culture

Turkey Culture

Do Turks love suit trousers? Do you know the clich√© that Germans always wear socks in their sandals? There is one for Turks too. However, they are not accused of a fashion mistake, but rather of wearing a chic item of clothing in every situation: suit trousers. This is especially true for Turkish men. Maybe you have some idea what these pants look like. With us, this is usually worn…

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United Arab Emirates Animals and Plants

United Arab Emirates Animals

What is growing in the UAE? Date palms are spotted everywhere in the United Arab Emirates. If there is enough water, then some places can also be bathed in green. Acacia trees also grow near the mountains. In the desert, thorn bushes and hard grass determine the flora. An important plant is the eucalyptus, the leaves of which are used as a medicinal product. The eucalyptus tree, which can reach…

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