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Champ Clark Bridge, Illinois

Edens Expressway and Champ Clark Bridge, Illinois

Edens Expressway I-94 Get started Northbrook End Chicago Length 24 km Route → Milwaukee / Des Plaines Northbrook → Highland Park Glencoe Winnetka Northfield Wilmette Glenview Morton Grove Skokie Lincolnwood Chicago city limits Peterson...

Mount Rainier National Park, Washington

Mount Rainier National Park, Washington

According to itypemba, Mount Rainier National Park was established in March 1899. The national park covers an area of ​​872 km² – 97 percent of which is untouched wilderness. At the center of the...

Outdoor Adventures in Orlando, Florida

Outdoor Adventures in Orlando, Florida

Although Orlando is best known for its theme parks, the city offers many unique outdoor adventures that make for an unforgettable vacation experience. From skydiving to horseback riding to surfing and auto racing, Orlando...

Hawaii Island, Hawaii

Hawaii Island, Hawaii

The youngest island in the Hawaiian archipelago is not only big, but it’s still growing thanks to volcanic activity. The island of Hawaii offers a diverse landscape with many unparalleled natural wonders to explore....

Illinois - Land of Lincoln

Illinois – Land of Lincoln

The Midwestern state is known as the “Land of Lincoln” – the state where the poor Abraham Lincoln worked his way up to become President of the United States. Illinois offers a fascinating mix...

Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Texas Road Network

Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Texas Road Network

Due to the polycentric character of the DFW conurbation, the urban area has a very extensive motorway network. Both Dallas and Fort Worth have a radial system with a ring road, however, there are...

Wichita Falls, Texas

Wichita Falls, Texas

Wichita Falls is a small city in the US state of Texas. The city has 103,000 inhabitants and an agglomeration of 149,000 inhabitants (2021). Introduction Wichita Falls is located in northern Texas, near the...

Tour of Georgia

Tour Georgia: The Peach State

Those who make a tour through Georgia will discover a fantastic mix between beautiful cities and impressive nature reserves. This multi-faceted state is located in the Southeastern United States and is surrounded by Florida,...

The Houston Zoo

Houston, Texas Highlights

When you say Houston, you often think of space travel, the wild west and cowboys on horseback. But it doesn’t stop there: Houston also has a wide range of art and culture. Every year,...

Magnolia State

Mississippi: Magnolia State

The state of Mississippi, also called Magnolia State, is the state of Delta Blues music. During your Mississippi vacation you will come across a lot of Native American history. The area that now forms...

Interstate 40 in California

Interstate 40 in California

  I-40 Get started barstow End Needles Length 155 mi Length 249 km Route → Los Angeles / Las Vegas1 Barstow 2 Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow 5 Nebo Street 7 Daygett 12 Barstow-Daggett...

Grand Canyon, Arizona

The Weather in the Grand Canyon, Arizona

Do you want to know what the weather is like in the Grand Canyon and what the current weather forecast for the Grand Canyon looks like? On our weather forecast pages for the Grand...

Cathedral of Saint James, Washington

Cathedral of Saint James, Washington

St. James Cathedral (USA) – description, history, location. Exact address and website. Reviews of tourists, photos and videos. Monumental, majestic, pompous, awe-inspiring – all these epithets are the best suited to describe the Catholic...

Statue of Liberty in New York

Statue of Liberty in New York

Statue of Liberty in New York (New York, USA) – description, history, location, reviews, photos and videos. Perhaps, not only a native American, but also any inhabitant of our planet, when asked what is...

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

According to acronymmonster, Detroit is one of the first cities in the United States by number of inhabitants, at 42 ° 20 ′ lat. N., and at 83 ° 3 ′ long. or, in...

PIIGs countries 1

Euro Countries – Meager Public Finances Part I

The industrialized countries, with the United States and Europe at the forefront, were hardest hit in the first worldwide economic downturn since World War II. The years from 2003 to 2007 were characterized by...

A Financial Crisis in the Making 3

A Financial Crisis in the Making Part III

Fact 2: See “bottom-up” One very important lesson from this financial crisis is that we cannot understand the problem by simply analyzing it “from top to bottom”. It is possible that there have been...

A Financial Crisis in the Making 2

A Financial Crisis in the Making Part II

From the summer of 2007 onwards, however, it was realized that the original lending (especially the subprime loans, see facts in No. 21, 2008) and the control of the individual loans in these composite...

A Financial Crisis in the Making 1

A Financial Crisis in the Making Part I

In recent months, words such as economic “crisis”, “collapse” and “depression” have been repeated in the media. A financial crisis has built up. The situation is dramatic, and the consequences of the crisis could...

The Financial Crisis 2009 1

The Financial Crisis 2009 Part I

In March 2009, it looked really dark for the world economy. Everything pointed downwards. Since then, stock markets around the world have risen significantly, and the fall in world trade has stopped. It may...

Economic Downturn in the West 1

Economic Downturn in the West Part II

China is not the only populous country experiencing rapid economic progress. India, with over 1.2 billion inhabitants, has also had a healthy growth in the last 15-20 years (but still lower than China). Together,...

Economic Downturn in the West 1

Economic Downturn in the West Part I

In the autumn of 2008, the American investment bank Lehman Brothers was declared bankrupt, and a global downturn began. The large industrialized countries are still struggling with the effects of the most severe post-war...

Miami

Miami Travel Guide

According to Abbreviation Finder, Miami is a well-known city for many Norwegians, primarily known for its sunny climate and for its role in countless TV series. The city of Miami is the second largest...