Iran’s international relations and trade is heavily centered around two products: oil and gas. Its natural resources have kept the Middle East country in a dispute with its largest buyers, the U.S. and Europe.
Just a few hours before he was set to take the stage before an international audience, Dr. Irfan Günsel, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Near East University in North Cyprus, delivered an impacting message via the most prominent Turkish Media Channel, Haber TRT.
Seated at an elegant conference table before other distinguished representatives such as Ahmet Savasan, Board Member of Near East University and Kemal Göker, Representative of the TRNC in Berlin, he addressed viewers with the news of receiving the Business Initiative Directions Arch of Europe Award, one of the most prestigious honors in the world of international quality management, comparable in importance to the Malcolm Baldrige Award in the United States.
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Today we want to help you out with a brief guide to 7 points to see in the metropolis known as Frankfurt. And if you can’t follow these seven tips, don’t worry or feel guilty. Frankly, in a city as big and with as much charm as Frankfurt, it’s hard to sum it up in 20 lines:
1- Kaiser Platz: Kaiser Plaza is located in the city-center
2- Opernplatz: Opera Plaza is an important area located in the Northeast of the city
3- Commerzbank Tower: this important skyscraper was the tallest building in Europe until 2003. It’s 300 meters high and was designed by Foster and Partners. Currently it’s the second tallest skyscraper in the old continent, after the Triumph Palace in Moscow.
4- Frankfurt Stock Exchange:Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse is the most important stock exchange in Germany, and the third most important in the world.
5- Europaturm: the Europe Tower is dubbed the “Ginnheim Asparagus” by its locals. It is 337.5 meters high and somewhat similar to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.
6- Natural History Museum of Senckenberg: its rooms house an impressive collection of dinosaur fossils and disected birds, such as hominids and other animals from past ages.
7- The Museum of Modern Art: showcases the work of Viennese architect Hans Hollein. Among his most famous collections include the section dedicated to pop-art.