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Hungary, a history as long as the Danube

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Hungary is crossed by one of the most important rivers in Europe, the Danube, which divides it into two halves, western and eastern. On one side lies the great plain and on the other, mountainous terrain. What unites this Eastern European country is its strong identity, which has remained practically unchanged over the course of its long history.

Haiti. The gem of the Caribbean

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Picture postcard scenery, music and the joyful vitality of a people poised between the past and the future.

Egypt, a modern country with an ancient history

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Egyptian culture is steeped in the mysteries of one of the oldest civilizations in the world. From the time of the pharaohs to modern agricultural techniques and energy supply, Egypt shows its "faces" at Expo Milano 2015.

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