The climate of Saint Pierre and Miquelon: when to go

The climate of Saint Pierre and Miquelon, due to its location along the coast of the Atlantic ocean, is humid and windy, with mists and fog (especially in June and July). The climate is characterized by long, dark winters. The ...

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Saint Pierre and Miquelon: last edge of an empire

Saint Pierre and Miquelon (Collectivité territoriale de Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon) is a French territorial community made up of two larger islands (Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon) and small rocks and islets that are located around the island of Saint-Pierre: Grand Colombier, Petit Colombier, Île aux Marins ...

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Icefields Parkway: the road of the glaciers and waterfalls

The Icefields Parkway (Highway 93) runs paralleal to the so-called Continental Divide, the dividing line between the streams flowing into the Pacific Ocean and those flowing into the Atlantic Ocean. This is a scenic route through the rugged landscape of ...

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Maligne Lake: a picturesque lake in the Rocky Mountains

MALIGNE CANYON To reach the Maligne Canyon you have to take Hwy 16 east from Jasper to the junction for the Maligne Lake Road,  from here are more 11 km to get to the Maligne Canyon. This is one of ...

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Jasper National Park: a park in the Rocky Mountains

Jasper National Park is, by extension, the largest park in the Canadian Rockies. This park covers an area of over 10,800 km². The park was founded in 1907 and today is visited by nearly two million people every year. Jasper ...

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Alberta: vast grasslands and spectacular mountains

Alberta is a province in western Canada, located near the Rocky Mountains. These mountains mark its border with the British Columbia province. The territory of Alberta then borders to the east with Saskatchewan, to the north with the Northwest Territories, ...

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Moraine Lake: a lake in the Rocky Mountains

Moraine Lake is a lake of glacial origin located in the scenic Valley of Ten Peaks at about 1,885 meters high. The lake is small in size – in fact it has an area of only 0.5 km² – but ...

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Banff National Park: the oldest national park of Canada

Banff National Park, which covers an area of 6.641 km², is the oldest (it was founded in 1885) and most famous park in Canada. Today it is visited by about five million people every year. Together with the neighboring parks ...

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The climate of Vancouver: when to go to Vancouver

The climate of Vancouver is temperate oceanic, due to the mitigating effects of the sea and the protection of the surrounding mountains, the city has a mild climate compared to other areas of Canada. Vancouver is characterized by a mild ...

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Vancouver: the most livable city of Canada

Vancouver is the most important city in British Columbia and the third largest city in Canada by population. Its metropolitan area is home to over 2,300,000 people. The city lies on the estuary of the River Freser, on the Burrard ...

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British Columbia: nature to the nth power

British Columbia is a province in western Canada. This province is located at the western end of the country, along the Pacific ocean coast. Britain is over four times the size and is the second largest province of Canada after ...

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United States of America: modernity and nature

The United States of America is a presidential republic. This nation which is the most important among the industrialized countries is made up of a confederation of 50 states and a federal district (District of Columbia, the city of Washington, ...

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The climate of Canada: when to go to Canada

The climate of Canada is continental, the country is in fact largely exposed to the polar influences, this translates into a kind of cold climate, with long, harsh winters and short summers, while spring and autumn are very short. The ...

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Canada: untouched nature and economic power

Canada (Canada) is a federal monarchy associated with the British Commonwealth, composed of 10 provinces (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador) and 3 territories (Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut). The country ...

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The climate of the US Virgin Islands: when to go

The climate of the US Virgin Islands is tropical hot-humid, but with pleasant temperatures at any time of the year thanks to the constant blowing of the north-east trade winds. In fact the temperatures vary little during the year and ...

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Virgin Islands of the United States: an ancient Danish colony

The Virgin Islands of the United States archipelago is a territory belonging to the United States of America. Until 1917 these islands were a possession of Denmark. In that year they were bought by the United States. The archipelago is ...

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The climate of Turks and Caicos: when to go

The archipelago of the Turks and Caicos islands, has a tropical climate tempered by the north-east trade winds, with stable temperatures throughout the year and with two climatic seasons that differ from each other in the rainfall. The temperatures of ...

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Turks and Caicos: tourism and financial activities

The Turks and Caicos Islands are a British overseas territory located in the Caribbean, in the Lesser Antilles, north of the island of Hispaniola and south-east of the Bahamas. The state is made up of the two archipelagos of the ...

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The climate of Trinidad and Tobago: when to go

The climate of Trinidad and Tobago is tropical hot and humid with high temperatures and heavy rains. The seasons are limited to a rainy season between June and December and to a dry season between January and May. The average ...

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Trinidad and Tobago: two islands off the coast of Venezuela

Trinidad and Tobago (Republic of Trinidad and Tobago) is an independent presidential republic within the Commonwealth. This republic is located in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Venezuela, facing the Orinoco delta. The state is made up of the ...

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The climate of Saint Vincent and Grenadines: when to go

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines have a pleasant warm humid tropical climate which is tempered by the constant blowing of the northeast trade winds. The seasons, as in the rest of the Caribbean, are differentiated by the amount of rain. ...

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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: islands of sailing boats

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a constitutional monarchy associated with the British Commonwealth. This island state is located in the Lesser Antilles, between the Caribbean Sea to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, north of Grenada, ...

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The climate of Saint Martin: when to go to Saint Martin

Ilet Pinel, Saint Martin. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The island of Saint-Martin/Sint Maarten has a tropical warm and humid climate, with temperatures undergo only slight variations throughout the year, and which are moderated by constant trade winds blowing from the east and northeast. The temperatures of Saint-Martin remain ...

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Saint Martin: the half French and half Dutch island

Maho Bay, Sint Maarten. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The island of Saint Martin – Sint Maarten (87 sq km) has the particularity of being divided between France and the Netherlands, only the northern part belongs to France for a total of 53 sq km, while the southern part ...

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The climate of Saint Lucia: when to go to Saint Lucia

The island of Saint Lucia has a hot and humid tropical climate, moderated by the north-east trade winds, the climate of the island differs in two seasons based on the rains, while temperatures are constant throughout the year. The average ...

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Saint Lucia: mountain landscapes and volcanoes

The island of Saint Lucia is a parliamentary monarchy associated with the British Commonwealth. The state is located in the Lesser Antilles, between the Caribbean Sea in the west and the Atlantic Ocean in the east, north of Saint Vincent ...

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The climate of Saint Kitts and Nevis: when to go

The islands of Saint Kitts and Nevis enjoy a tropical maritime climate tempered by the constant blowing of the north-east trade winds. The seasons differ according to rainfall, with a dry and a wet season, while temperatures are constant throughout ...

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Saint Kitts and Nevis: old British colonial atmosphere

Saint Kitts and Nevis (Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis) is an independent state within the British Commonwealth. This country is located in the Caribbean, in the Lesser Antilles, between the Netherlands Antilles (Sint Eustatius), Montserrat, Antigua and Barbuda and ...

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The climate of Saint Barthélemy: when to go

The island of Saint Barthélemy has a hot-humid tropical climate, with temperatures that undergo only slight variations throughout the year, and are moderated by the constant blowing of the north-east trade winds. The average maximum temperatures vary between 27 ° ...

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Saint Barthélemy: a former Swedish colony in the Caribbean

The island of Saint Barthelemy was once an ancient Swedish colony. But today it is a French overseas collectivity located in the Lesser Antilles between Saint-Martin in the north-west and Saint Kitts and Nevis in the south. The island is ...

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