On the last day of October, the sun will be at 07.19 h and it will be placed at 5:15 p.m. That day we will have 10 hours and 32 minutes of sunlight, almost 5 hours less than the day of the summer solstice.The sky of December 2018 Calendar Excel
OctoberUnlike what happens in the middle of the summer, where many planets are visible to the naked eye, October is not a very generous month in terms of planetary views.
December 2018 Calendar Excel
This year, however, we can enjoy the observation of Uranus.Another element that needs to be present during the fall and winter - apart from the cool nightlife - is the frequent presence of fog or low cloud coverings on the hillsides and valleys of the interior and north of the country. The medium and high levels of the mountains will be more suitable for observations.
Taking into account these premises of each year, in October we must highlight different events:The cheapest in Sisak-Moslavina CountyThe analysis shows large differences in prices by regions and counties. In the first eight places were the City of Zagreb and all seven of the Adriatic counties. In the first place with the highest median price is the County of Primorje-Gorski kotar with a price of HRK 37.06 per square meter, followed by Dubrovnik-Neretva, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Šibenik-Knin, City of Zagreb, Zadarska, Istarska and Lika-Senj County with median lower at HRK 32.50 per square meter from neighboring Primorsko-goranska County.
On the ninth place there is a Vukovar-Srijem County with a median price of 3.58 kunas per square meter, followed by the remaining northwestern, central and eastern counties. For less than the kuna it is possible to buy a square meter of agricultural land in Sisak-Moslavina County, which is at the last place with 0.94 kuna per square meter. Thus, the difference in the median price between Primorsko-Goranska and Sisak-Moslavina County is as much as 36,12 kuna, or for square meter of agricultural land in Primorsko-goranska, in Sisak-Moslavina County 39,4 square meters can be purchased. is still on the European bottom at the cost of cultivable land.
According to Eurostat data, agricultural land is on average the most expensive in the Netherlands, with an estimated 63,000 euros per hectare of cultivated land. The cheapest in Europe The average price of EUR 2809 per hectare, Croatia, Romania and Estonia, is the cheapest in Europe. land depends on a number of factors, from national legal regulations and regional characteristics (climate, traffic connections), through local characteristics (soil quality, slope, drainage etc.) to the market power of supply and demand.
The low cost of cultivated land in Croatia is affected by the many weaknesses that accompany Croatian agriculture (land fragmentation, low productivity of production, weak agrotechnical measures). The limiting factor is also a moratorium on the sale of agricultural land to foreigners, which will last until 2020. Podravka Group also organized this year's annual meeting of its pensioners and employees with jubilee working hours.
. At the traditional gathering held in front of the Bakery and Vegeta Factory in Koprivnica, all the pensioners, 3391, and 250 employees with 30, 35 and 40 years of working life within the December 2018 Calendar Excel
Podravka Group were invited. Podravka is one of the few companies in Podravka. Croatia which organizes such gatherings for its former employees and jubilees.