The average amount of money that a professional basketball player makes in Denmark is about $5 million. The amount will vary depending on the experience and teams played for.
The estimated time is 6Hrs 30min. This is what you get if you google it or ask a flight desk representative.
However the more accurate time in the air would be calculated considering a distance of 4999Km and a speed of 900Km/hr which would give you a time of 5Hrs and 33min.
This would be the journey time minus take off, landing time, time cruising and waiting for permission to land.
Hope this answers your question.
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They speak German in Luxembourg because it is a neighbouring country and the Germans invaded Luxembourg during the war.
No, Luxembourg ans Switzerland are two separate independent countries.
Luxembourg sits between France, Belgium, Holland and Germany. It is a tiny country but known for its financial centers.
No the country of Luxembourg does not have a native dress. People in Luxembourg tend to wear modern Western-style clothing.
They are all VERY small countries in Europe.
Luxembourg declared independence from the French Empire on June 9, 1815, so Luxembourg has been a country for over 196 years.
Luxembourg is a heavily forested area and so you get all the usual animals that you will find in a Northern European woodland habitat, similar to the UK, especially, deer, red fox, hedgehogs, rabbits, frogs, and a wide variety of birds. The main difference is probably the presence of wild boar, although these animals are quite shy and keep away from humans. The last wolf was seen some 200 years ago.
Cost: The Château - the main palace - costs €13.50 (€10 after 16:00, under 18 always free, covered by Paris Museum Pass and Le Passeport pass, see below). The Château contains the Chapel, the Opera House (closed through June 2009), the King's and Queen's State Apartments (with the famous Hall of Mirrors), the French History Galleries (rarely open), the Dauphin's Apartments (heirs to the throne), and the Mesdames Apartments (Louis XV's daughters, open weekends only); all are included with your Château ticket.
Entry to the Domaine de Marie-Antoinette, the estate of the queen, costs €9 from April through October (€5 after 16:00, under 18 always free; covered by Le Passeport and the Paris Museum Pass). In winter, it costs €5. Tickets are available at the entry to the Domaine or at the main Château ticket office. With this ticket, you'll see the queen's Hamlet, the Grand and Petit Trianons, and a smattering of other nearby buildings.
The gardens are free, except on April-Sept weekends, when the fountains blast and the price shoots up to €8 (see "Fountain Spectacles").
Passes: Many travelers arrive at Versailles with one of these two passes.
The Le Passeport one-day pass is a good deal for serious sightseers lacking a Paris Museum Pass (April-Oct it's €20 Mon-Fri, €25 Sat-Sun; Nov-March it's €16 Tue-Sun). The pass covers your entrance to just about everything, as well as audioguides. (The pass is not a good value on Mon, when only the Domaine de Marie-Antoinette and gardens are open.) The pass gives you access to all open sections of the Château, the Domaine de Marie-Antoinette, and the fountain spectacles (that flow only on spring and summer weekends - hence the higher weekend pass prices). Le Passeport passes are sold on the Internet, at FNAC stores in Paris, the Ile de France TI in the Louvre, the TI in Versailles, and the palace itself (see www.chateauversailles.fr).
The Paris Museum Pass works at Versailles, covering entrance to the Château and the Domaine de Marie-Antoinette but not the gardens (on fountain spectacle weekends) or audioguides. Since a visit to Versailles can take up an entire sightseeing day, you'll likely get better use out of the Museum Pass in Paris, where it's easy to visit several sights in a day.
Hours: The Château is open April-Oct Tue-Sun 9:00-18:30, Nov-March Tue-Sun 9:00-17:30, closed Mon. The Domaine de Marie Antoinette is open daily April-Oct 12:00-19:30; Nov- March 9:00-17:30. The gardens are open daily from 9:00 to sunset (17:30 to 21:30), except on Sat in summer when they close at 18:00 to prepare for evening events. Last entry to all of these areas is one hour before closing.
When to Go: From May through September, Versailles can be a zoo between 10:00 and 13:00, and all day Tue and Sun. For fewer crowds, go early or late: Arrive by 9:00 (when the palace opens - tour the palace first, then the gardens). If you arrive later, tour the Gardens first and the Château after 13:00 when crowds dissipate (except on Tue and Sun, when the place is packed from open to close). Note that the last guided tours of the day generally depart by 15:00.
640000 acres, approx.
In 2006, average gross monthly earnings was €5,566 for workers classified as white-collar employees.
For workers classed as blue-collar, the highest increase in salary was found in the production and distribution of electricity, and in the gas and water sectors. Average gross hourly earnings increased from €16.96 in 2000 to €19.98 in 2006.
lumembourg was t he richest country per capita with a avg. income of $46,000 per citizen before joining the EU ...
99.0 is the current literacy rate of Luxembourg!
The drive from Paris France to Luxembourg City, Luxembourg takes 3 hours 35 minutes via A4. The driving distance is 247.6 miles.
The head of state is the Grand Duke Henri.
The special artefact is called the roof catcher it symbolises there's always some one there to catch a thief in Luxembourg
Belgium , Germany , France BTW: they speak french there
The capital of the country of Luxembourg is the city of Luxembourg.