Singles Vacations

Monterrey, Mexico, its historic beauty, and out of this world of relaxation in the joints is one of the best places for singles vacations and a place where people with similar interests to meet and interact.

Enough with the peace and tranquility. Located in the volcanic Galapagos islands of South America, has time and again shown that it is an ideal place for adventurous activities such as climbing, hiking or exploring. The excursions here are not only exciting, but it is also a good place for an active one to meet each other.

For those seeking “hydrophilic” singles vacation, Belize in Central America is the place where they should go. With attractions such as water skiing, kayaking, and lots of other outdoor activities, Belize is an excellent choice for fun and even meet people busy.

Climate of basins

The average annual temperature is between 5 °C and 8.5 °C. The average temperature of the hottest month is between 15 °C and 18.5 °C and the average temperature of the coldest month is between −3 °C and −6 °C. This climate can be found in almost all basins in Slovakia. For example Podtatranská kotlina, Žilinská kotlina, Turčianska kotlina, Zvolenská kotlina. It is the typical climate for the towns of Popra and Sliač.

Traditional sweets and cookies

Usually baked at Christmas time, but also all year long, Slovak traditional sweets are usually home baked and harder to find in stores.

  • Laskonky: fluffy dough with walnuts and creamy filling
  • Mačacie oči
  • Trotle: 2 layers of cookie-like round tarts filled with chocolate cream and half-dipped in dark chocolate.
  • Vajcový koňak: the equivalent of eggnog.
  • Medovníčky
  • Medvedie labky
  • Trdelnik (desert)

Industry

Slovakia is a country poor in mineral resources. Lignite coal mined in the vicinity of the city Prievidza (3.5 million tons per year), manganese ore in the region, small quantities of iron ore, copper, mercury (Record, Slovakian Ore Mountains), antimony and magnesite (Slovakian Ore Mountains), Building stones, oil . Production of electricity at 1 amounts to about 4200 kWh per year.

Industry

Slovakia is a country poor in mineral resources. Lignite coal mined in the vicinity of the city Prievidza (3.5 million tons per year), manganese ore in the region, small quantities of iron ore, copper, mercury (Record, Slovakian Ore Mountains), antimony and magnesite (Slovakian Ore Mountains), Building stones, oil . Production of electricity at 1 amounts to about 4200 kWh per year. 2 nuclear power plants – Mochovce, Jaslovské Bohunice. Developed iron and steel (3.9 million tons of steel, 1992. Kosice) and non-ferrous metals (Banska Bystrica, Krompachy – copper, Ziar nad Hronom – aluminum, Sered ‘- nickel) and the armaments industry (tanks, heavy armored vehicles, recoilless , Munitions). The Refinery and Petrochemical converted 6.5 million tonnes per year of crude oil (Bratislava, Nováky). A number of chemical plants (fertilizers, synthetic fibers, medicines, rubber products), footwear (Partizánske, Teplice), wood (Zvolen, Vranov n. Topľou, Spisska Nova Ves, Ružomberok), Stationery. In addition, the machine (6.0 thousand. Pieces of cars, 2000. 0.6 million – refrigerators and freezers, 1992, 216 thousand. – Televisions, railway wagons, footwear and agricultural machinery, steel structures), clothing, food, the main beer ( Poprad, Topolcany), tobacco, confectionery. The largest centers of industry: Bratislava, Kosice, Žilina, Banská Bystrica, Martin, Nitra.

Slovakia – Guide with tips for your holiday

Slovak Republic (short form Slovakia; officially Slovenska Republika), country in Central Europe. The Slovak Republic is bordered to the north of Poland, in the east to Ukraine, Hungary to the south and west to Austria and the Czech Republic. The Slovak Republic went on 1 January 1993 as the Czech Republic from Czechoslovakia as an independent state out. Slovakia, covers an area of 49 035 square kilometers. The country’s capital Bratislava.

Slovakia is largely a mountainous country and is pervaded by the Carpathians. The various groups such as Mountain High Tatras, Slovak and Low Tatras Erzgebirge by river basins and valleys (including Waag and Gran) separated. In the area of the High Tatras, in the north of the country, is the highest peak of Slovakia, the Gerlsdorfer peak (2 655 meters). This mountain is also the highest peaks of the Carpathians. In the east reaches the Hungarian lowlands on Slovak territory. The Danube forms part of the border with Hungary. On the northern shore of the river spreads the level of the big bulk from. In Slovakia, there are numerous natural mineral springs.

In Slovakia, there is temperate continental climate with hot summers and cold winters. After the East take the annual fluctuations in temperature. The highest annual average temperatures are around 10 ° C in the Low Countries reached. There are about 500 millimeters annual rainfall, while the much cooler mountainous regions (such as the High Tatras) to 2 000 millimeters can be achieved.

Slovakia is about 42.5 percent forested. By air pollution and acid rain is a big part of the forest damage. Firs and pines are particularly in the higher regions of the characteristic trees, while in the root zones of oak, ash and maple dominate. Larger forest areas exist in the Tatras, in the Erzgebirge and in the Carpathians. The stock of wild animals is due to pollution and deforestation greatly diminished, but in the Carpathians are still brown bears, wolves, lynx and wild cats at home. Among the striking birds of the major river valleys include ospreys, cormorants, herons and gray.

Before the 5th century

From around 500 BC, the territory of modern-day Slovakia was settled by Celts, who built powerful oppida on the sites of modern-day Bratislava and Havránok. Biatecs, silver coins with the names of Celtic Kings, represent the first known use of writing in Slovakia. From 2 AD, the expanding Roman Empire established and maintained a series of outposts around and just north of the Danube, the largest of which were known as Carnuntum and Brigetio. Near the northernmost line of the Roman hinterlands, Limes Romanus there existed the winter camp of Laugaricio (modern-day Trenčín) where the Auxiliary of Legion II fought and prevailed in a decisive battle over the Germanic Quadi tribe in 179 AD during the Marcomannic Wars. The Kingdom of Vannius, a barbarian kingdom founded by the Germanic Suebian tribes of Quadi and Marcomanni, as well as several small Germanic and Celtic tribes, including the Osi and Cotini, existed in Western and Central Slovakia from 8–6 BC to 179 AD.