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Fool's day known as All Fool's Day. But there is really non interesting or despite history about this day at all like about hallo-ween for example.
Mostly is because of the first day of the Spring. From 14th to 16th century mostlyof the Western world celebrated the new year either with a party that lasted from March 25 to April 1 or on the resurrection of Jesus Christ, Easter.
However, communications being what they were in the days when news traveled by foot, many p...
Washington D.C., the capital of the United States and international head-quarters, is a city with a wealth of museums, modern architecture, and prestigious historical monuments. It was Pierre l'Enfant, an engineer of French origins, who drew the city's layout in 1791, inspired by European cities such as Versailles. Today, unlike most other major No...
Paris – one of the most fascinating and romantic cities in Europe, there are limitless places to see and things to do. Paris's atmosphere is overwhelming, as its known as a “City of lights”. Home to historical monuments such as Notre Dame, the famous Eiffel tower , Bastille, Louvre and many more, full of world-class tourism to make any visit ...
The Perfume Pagoda or Perfume Temple is a vast complex of Buddhist temples and shrines built into the limestone Huong Tich mountains. Is it the site of the religious festival which draws large numbers or pilgrims from across Vietnam. The center of the Perfume Temple lies in Huong Son Commune, My Duc district in the Hanoi province in Vietnam. The...
On the tiny volcanic islands of Sao Tome and Principe, Claudio Corallo cultivates possibly the greatest chocolate in the world. Sao Tomé and Principe are Portugese-speaking island nations off the western coast of Central Africa in the Gulf of Guinea. The chocolate comes from descendents of the first cocao plants to arrive in Africa in the early 18...
Whether you prefer to discover by foot, bike, car or boat, interesting neighbourhoods, gardens, parks and activities are around every corner. The City of Vancouver is quite cosmopolitan and is a mix of many multicultural groups. Because the city is multicultural, it's also multilingual on an unofficial level. Its people speak many different lang...
This Saturday 26th of March at 8.30 PM the lights will switch off all around the world for Earth our. WWF , with almost 5 million people supporting and global Networks in more than 100 countries, is organizing the Earthy hour. There is a lot more than just switching the lights off for one hour each year. WWF’s mission is to stop the degradation ...
The construction of Dubai's new urban masterpiece lasted about 64 months. From September 21st 2004 to January 4th 2010, the day it officially opened. The total cost for the project was about US $1,5 billion. The decision to build Burj Khalifa is reportedly based on the government's decision to diversify from an oil based economy to one that is ser...
Mostly famous for their white sand beaches and beautiful blue waters, but these famous islands are more this. They are surprisingly different-some are with strong culture of music and dance, some have excellent hotels and restaurants, so they are lively. Others are like a dozy island idyll – just with a few palms and just a spit of sand-many of ...
Madrid is a capital of Spain, rights in the Castillian's center-the Iberian Peninsula 646 meters above sea level, its a cosmopolitan city , with over than three million of population. Its Spanish Royal family's home, head center for the Government, Spanish Parliament and Public Administration and of course the business center. Madrid's populati...
The lovely city of San Jose, is the capital and largest city of Costa Rica. Located in the Central Valley, it is the location of the national government and the focal point of political and economic activity. San Jose is one of the youngest capital cities in Latin America, founded in 1738 by Cabildo de Leon. Today it is a modern city frequently ...
The capital and largest city of Malaysia in terms of population, Kuala Lumpur is the fastest growing metropolitan region in the country. It is the seat of Parliament of Malaysia making it the legislative capital of the country as well. The tallest twin towers in the world are in Kuala Lumpur, the Petronas Twin Towers, owned by an oil and gas comp...
The Cagaloglu Hamami was built in 1741 and is the last hamam to be built after a very long period during the Ottoman Empire. An hamami is a Turkish bath house. It's similar to a spa except with a more ancient traditional practices. If you need to decompress a Turkish bath is just the thing for you! The Cagaloglu was a gift to the city from Sult...
Plebiscito Hostel is awaiting your arrival to help us celebrate the arrival of spring! This year we bring you the theatre and lots of drama! We are happy to host the replica Dell'esilarante show "I + You = LoVe" (which is the result of festive drama workshop led by GAPA, Catania Seven talented young stars, have rewritten, with extraordinary cr...
When the snow starts to melt and the winter is on the back , Bavarian s in Munich start drinking season. Officially it's from 18th of March till 16th of April, the opening with many prominent guests is in the Paulaner Wirtshaus restaurant on the Nockherberg hill – the highest point in the city, the call it “mountain” . It's not as famous a...
The National Martyrs' Monument in Bangladesh located at Savar, 35km from Dhaka, represents the valour and sacrifice of those who died in the stuggle for Bangladesh's independence. The Muslim conquerors held control of the area from the 13th century. From the 15th Century, Europeans from the countries of Portugal, Holland, France and Britain discov...
This year is gonna be Italy's 150th aniversary. In 1861 Italy finaly became a unified State again, after political activities and struggles. Italy may be a history full country but it's quite young. After Roman Empire's fall, Italy had been divided in small states and little cities under the control of foreign nations like France, Spain and Austria...
The Glastonbury Festival, a.k.a. Glastonbury or Glasto, is the largest green field open-air music and performing arts festival in the world. The festival covers an area of over 900 acres and in 2007 hosted over 700 live performances on over 80 stages. Over 50,000 people attended the Glasto in 2007. Glastonbury is most known for the contemporary per...
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