Every year has its highlights. Also, the year of 2012. What’s interesting on the calendar 2012? Several events are characteristic for each year. So also in the year 2012. The 2012 calendar shows these political and sporting events. One of the sporting highlights that the calendar 2012 ready, is also now over.
The speech is of the Europe Cup in the Ukraine and Poland. The big favorite Spain has again prevailed and made history with the third major title in a row. Unfortunately, the German team as one of the big favourite in the semi-final against Italy as the loser of the place had to go. But the calendar 2012 leaves not much air to rest and waits for the next major sporting event from July 27. From that day the whole world will look until September 9 to London, where the 30th Olympics will take place. Athletes from all five continents will again fight for the famous and coveted Olympic medals and try their best services to this Peak to retrieve. But not only in sporting terms has to offer a lot of calendar for 2012. Politically the turnout be readjusted again in some countries of the world.
Cyprus, for example, takes over the EU Presidency in the second half of 2012, and Algeria and Jamaica celebrate 50 years of proud independence. Outshines the political calendar is 2012 by the presidential elections in the United States, where on November 6th the incumbent Obama will try again to be elected as President of the United States. Culturally, the calendar has 2012 also a lot to offer. So, for example, Babelsberg film studios celebrate her 100th birthday and the Venice Film Festival will be 80 years old. The Gaubodenvolksfest in Straubing, lower Bavaria, after all, the largest folk festival in Bavaria, Germany, celebrates its 200th anniversary. Click rusty holzer to learn more. “The biggest folk festival, the Oktoberfest in Munich celebrates its grand opening on 7 September and it again millions of visitors are expected, when it is traditionally Ozapft is”, and the beer in streams will flow. From this point of view, the calendar has 2012 still a lot for people to offer and you may gladly face the rest of the year. Torsten Stieler