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Savoring the Last Few Moments of 2014 in the Philippines

Filipino New Year

By Correspondent Joshua Kevin Bondoc in Manila, Philippines.  As 2014 creeps to a close, I can’t help but to look back at the year that has just passed—from a micro level perspective as an

New Year’s Eve in Armenia: Then and Now

Armenia Christmas

By Correspondent Vahan Kirakosyan in Yerevan, Armenia. One of the ancient countries of the world, Armenia (officially the Republic of Armenia) is a mountainous country in the South Caucasus region

How the Maragoli Celebrate Christmas

Elders at the Maragoli Festival

By Correspondent Simbili M. M. in Kenya. The Maragoli are a sub-tribe of the Abaluhya community of the Western province of Kenya. The majority of the Maragolis are found in

Croatian food and houses

Houses in Croatia

By Correspondent Velimir Baksa in Varaždin, Croatia. What to say? What to write about food in Croatia? The easiest way to describe food in Croatia is as regional food. Every region,

Even the wind knows it’s New Year’s Eve

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By Correspondent Aitziber Saldias in Beasain, Spain. New Year’s Eve starts as any other day, but it’s easy to feel that there’s something different in the air. People rush through

Dutch December Holidays

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By Correspondent Susanne in Amsterdam, Netherlands. December is that special month of the year where many countries celebrate their version of Christmas. People spend more time on creating the perfect

Christmas in Croatia

A street from Croatia on Christmas

By Correspondent Velimir Baksa in Varaždin, Croatia. How is it in Croatia for Christmas? Well, to be honest with you, every year it is different. As I grow older my

Ancient Christian customs for Christmas Eve

Shepherd

By Correspondent Radmila Aras in Belgrade, Serbia. Christmas is the biggest Christian holiday which celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ. According to historical data Christmas is officially celebrated from the

Montenegrian Cuisine

Kačamak

By Correspondent Nikola Tvrdisic in Podgorica, Montenegro. If someone asked me what I can offer to tourists in my own country, in addition of standard of accommodation and stay at

Serbian caviar

A jar of ajvar

By Correspondent Mirna Gacesa from Belgrade, Serbia. Serbian caviar for cold winter time There are so many unique and specific places in this world, but just few of them express