Embraced by the sapphire waters of the Mediterranean Sea, Cyprus is surrounded by coast, and whichever part of the sun-drenched island you may be visiting, there is always a beach nearby waiting to be discovered. The beach experience varies from coast to coast, with unique characteristics for each region, including the colour of the sands and waters; the marine life and natural significance; the organised facilities and water sports available, and the popularity – or seclusion – of the shore. One common factor that unites all coasts and beaches is the seal of quality. The island consistently receives awards, accolades and top rankings for its water quality and safety, its eco-initiatives and the general cleanliness of its beaches. Cyprus is the proud recipient of 57 Blue Flag beaches - an eco-label awarded to beaches and marinas across the globe that meet its standards - and is also crowned ‘Cleanest Bathing Waters in Europe,’ with a consistent 100% score, year after year. ?Situated 4 km east of the centre of the popular resort of Agia Napa - on the road between Cape Gkreko and Protaras - the 200-metre long beach of Konnos is one of the most picturesque on the island.
Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg, called Gutenberg - born around 1400 in Mainz in the Holy Roman Empire and died in 1468 in his hometown - is a German printer whose invention of movable metal type was essential in the dissemination of texts and knowledge. Between 1434 and 1444, the Gutenberg family moved to Strasbourg where he trained in chasing and master alloys, which constitute the foundations of his future profession.
As the largest European political organisation, how many European citizens does the Council of Europe represent?
o 800 million
o 500 million
o 200 million
(Check your answer at the next station)
(Answer to the previous quiz: More than 200)