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In the Islamic world there are male sexologists who, together with their European and American colleagues are trying to understand what the sex in Arabic in our time. So recently…

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Wedding traditions around the world!
Wedding traditions from different countries very different from each other. Of course, there are widespread items such as wedding rings or white dresses. Even in one country there may be…

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Unusual projects of houses and cottages from all over the world

To build a good house — that’s half the battle in the entire process of creating your own home )) But how to build to surprise the whole world — the task is really challenging… to help You more clearly and in more detail picture of our future housing, we have prepared for You a selection of the most interesting and unusual projects of private houses, villas and cottages… Read, enjoy, dream …

Villa Spa House Metropolis Design in Cape town. South

Africa

Spa country House is the architectural work of the company Metropolis Design . This Spa house is in a secluded location on the slopes of beautiful

of a hill in the picturesque suburb of Cape town (South Africa). Formally the architectural design of the Spa House consists of several separated sculptural forms that

actually merged into a single dynamic structure. Residence from Metropolis Design is a full service building with pool, recreational area and Spa, located in prestroika to the main building. Because the basic premise

country Villa is located within the natural slope, it seems,

if Spa is fully isolated design with all

the necessary modern amenities for a comfortable stay.

Spa House includes three levels. From the Windows Continue reading

The strangest snacks and drinks from Japan

To convince people that the Japanese are a very strange people different from us, usually is not necessary. Agree with that many. And Bloggie you can read about the many unusual things, invented by the Japanese, which confirms the above. However, we are not talking about inventions, and unusual snacks and drinks that you can try in Japan.

The Japanese eat almost everything that swims in the sea, until a particularly poisonous puffer fish, when properly cooked which man painfully dying or jellyfish, which are 95 % water. In comparison, candied squid seems not such a rarity. Actually, despite the obvious presence of sugar, these squids are not sweet. Why – unknown. Apparently, the secret of the company.

Another unusual product can safely be called a cheese drink . The company “NEEDS Cheese Factory” with Hokkaido began to make a strange drink to attract the attention of the Japanese to the cheese, which this product does not enjoy great popularity. Many Japanese children do not know the taste of the cheese. At least, so said the noble rescuers of cheese from the company. By the way, non-traditional beverage can still be used as a traditional cheese sauce. But this is not so funny.

What about chewing gum with the taste of roses? After all, in Japan there is. Gum called “Otoko Kaoru” (“the Man, smelling Continue reading

Culture of Asian

The heterogeneity of society and diversity of culture of Malaysia highlighted the customs and traditions of different ethnic groups living in the country. The bulk of the population of peninsular territory are Malay, Chinese and Indian communities. In Sarawak and Sabah are numerically dominated by the IBAN, melanau, kadazan and other dyaks; there is large Chinese Diaspora. In Sarawak is home to a large number of Malay population. For centuries Malaysia was influenced by early Buddhist and Hindu civilization, who came from India, from Java and Sumatra. In the XIV–XVI centuries along with Indian and Arab merchants came Islam, and the later Portuguese, Dutch and the British brought elements of European culture.

culture of Armenia

From the 7th century Armenia was an Outpost of Christianity in the surrounding Muslim world. In the Armenian (Monophysite) Church preserved the traditions of Eastern Christianity that resisted both its Western and Eastern branches, from which it was isolated. After Armenia lost its independence (1375) it was the Church that contributed to the survival of the Armenian people. Since the 17th century contacts with Italy and then with France and later with Russia, through which Continue reading

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