Tourism- Mežica Mine

Slovenia – Under Mount Peca by train, on foot, by bike and by kayak Slovenia participates very successfully in the EU tourism initiative known as EDEN, which stands for “European Destinations of Excellence”. Thanks to this initiative, the EU is seeing the emergence of aRead More

Maurice Faure

France – Maurice Faure was born on 2 January 1922 in the Dordogne. After graduating with a degree in History and a Doctorate of Laws, he joined the Resistance in 1944. After the war, he became a young wolf of theRead More

Portugal North

Portugal-  The Arra?bida Bridge, the second bridge between Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia, was inaugurated in 1963. The demographic increase of the district of Porto and the municipality of Vila Nova de Gaia and the problems with tra cRead More

Weapon’s Ornaments

Romania – Romfilatelia introduces into circulation the postage stamp issue “Weapons’ Ornaments”, an issue meant to bring to collectors the beauty of firearms from bygone centuries. Warfare of the early modern period is associated with the start of the widespread useRead More

World Water Day

Bosnia & Herzegovina – The General Assembly of the United Nations in 1993 had decided to proclaim March 22nd as World Water Day in order to draw attention to issues concerning water and water resources. Water is a precious resourceRead More