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Napoleon Bonaparte

Written By: - May• 16•14

In the context of a Mediterranean explore numerous islands cruise. What is a Mediterranean Sea cruise so popular? That there are many points. The short journey, beautiful weather, the fascinating cities and certainly the many beautiful island and island group. The Balearic Islands capital island of the Spanish group is known as Majorca, one of the most popular holiday islands in Europe and now also a major port for Mediterranean cruises from Mallorca. The autonomous province of Baleares comprises also the islands of Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, together around 5000 square kilometers area. You’re looking for vacation destinations are all of the Balearic Islands, Ibiza is in demand because of its vibrant nightclub scene and nightlife especially among young people. Therefore here cruise ships Moor in the summer also regularly.

Corsica apart from some small islands on the Cote d’Azur, France has only the island of Corsica in the Mediterranean. La Corse is 8722 square kilometers and is used by a quarter of a million people inhabited. Capital and Chief port is Ajaccio, where at the date of the association with France, on 15 August 1769, Napoleon Bonaparte came to the world. The great Corsican is several times thought in Ajaccio: his birthplace is listed, a Napoleon Museum was established at the Town Hall, the Cathedral refers proudly to the Napoleon baptismal font and Bonaparte’s uncle, is in the Palace of Cardinal Fesch, the chapel with the Bonaparte family vault. In Corsica, it is yet an other crowned heads held high to commemorate: the adventurer Theodor von Neuhoff was 1736 himself crowned King of the Corsicans. the native Cologne ruled at least for two years. Own rulers want a reputable even today many Corsicans of course and one from his own ancestry. Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean, Sicily with 25708 square kilometers It is separated by the narrow Strait of Messina at the toe of the Italian motherland.

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