Category: Geography

Punta Arenas and Puerto Montt, Chile

Punta Arenas According to Wholevehicles, on the shores of the Strait of Magellan is the city of Punta Arenas (“sand cape”), which once occupied not the last place in the…

Marianske Lazne, Czech Republic

According to Wholevehicles, Marianske Lazne (Mariánské Lázně) is the second largest balneological resort in the Czech Republic, located 180 km from Prague and 48 km from Karlovy Vary at an…

Tucson, Arizona

According to jibin123, Tucson (pronounced: too-son) is the second largest city in the US state of Arizona. Tucson has 543,000 inhabitants and an agglomeration of 1,052,000 inhabitants (2021). Introduction Tucson…

Matmata, Tunisia

Matmata, an area on the southern spurs of the Atlas Mountains, the most “otherworldly” attraction of Tunisia, the “flying Dutchman” and “kin-dza-dza” in one bottle. Either figures of people and…

Ouarzazate, Morocco

The capital of the Moroccan film industry, Ouarzazate, it is not by chance that it has a second unofficial name – Wallywood: the number of films shot here exceeds fifty….

Omaha, Nebraska

According to ehuacom, Omaha is the largest city in the U.S. state of Nebraska, with a population of 487,000 and an urban area of 971,000 residents (2021), which extends into…

Jacksonville, Florida

  Jacksonville City in the United States Location State Florida County Duval County Coordinates 30°19’N, 81°39’WL General Surface 2,265.30 km² – country 1,935.88 km² – water 329.42 km² Residents (April…

Annapolis, Maryland

Annapolis has been the capital of the state of Maryland in the United States of America for about 300 years. It is also the county seat of Anne Arundel County….

Boston, Massachusetts

American Boston is said to stand out from the American context precisely because its structure and atmosphere are more reminiscent of European cities, and it is most often compared to…

ANAP Explained

National Association of Small Farmers is short for ANAP according to abbreviationfinder. Created on May 17, 1961, within the framework of its First Congress, under the revolutionary laws and in…

University of San Andres (Argentina)

University of San Andres. It is a private Argentine university with definitive official authorization. It is proposed to constitute an academic community of professors, students and graduates committed to the…

OPEC Explained

OPEC, which stands for Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries [ ɔ ː gəna ɪ ze ɪ ʃ n əv p ɪ trə ʊ ljəm eks p ɔ ː t ɪ…

Meanings of IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), defined on abbreviationfinder, was founded in 1945 together with the sister institution World Bank. The IMF is based in Washington, DC, USA. In 2019 it…

Meaning of Global Warming

According to abbreviationfinder, the notion of global warming makes it possible to refer to two related issues: on the one hand, it is a phenomenon observed in the average temperature…