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Ålesund: Where Norwegian fairy tale begins
The Times newspaper edition recognized Ålesund as the most beautiful town in Norway. It is not without reason: wayward sea, mesmerizing northern nature, famous fjords, fabulous multi-coloured houses in the Art Nouveau style and the legendary Trolls' Path, beckon those wishing to see the stunning wild landscapes.
06.01.2019 | nature, Norway
What do they eat: Bolivia
Bolivian cuisine is the diversity of flavours, mostly inherited from the ancient Indians. Only in Bolivia, you can enjoy authentic dishes cooked according to their indigenous recipes, not influenced by European trends. After a hearty dinner of banana puree with alpaca meat, sitting comfortably in a rocking chair with a mug of the traditional Mate drink, you will feel perfect enjoying the stunning sunset above the mountain slopes.
22.08.2018 | Bolivia, what do they eat
Kangaroo island: Australia garden of Eden
Formidable waves rise up like soldiers on guard, then beat against the rocky coastline, lay down their arms and meekly retreating, crumble into a foam. Wind freely runs over lavender fields and eucalyptus groves hiding sleepy koalas in bushland. Twilight is ready to cover every living creature with a dark bucket, and the bustling nocturnal life spreads its wings. This is not a fictional world of fairy tales but everyday life of Kangaroo Island, a booming destination for wilderness and wildlife fans.
17.05.2018 | travel, Australia
On the catwalk: Norway
Full set of Norwegian national outfit can be traded for a pretty immodest car. Offspring of Vikings habitually create their bunads, decorated with elaborate embroideries, only manually thus investing a lost of effort and patience in it. Sure enough, they don’t wear helmets with horns anymore, but their folk dress still doesn’t lack splendor.
08.01.2017 | Norway, on catwalk
What do they eat: Kyrgyzstan
With the passage of time, people in this country have not ceased to amaze guests with their mentality and thoughtful approach to cooking of homemade meals. Salty tea, sour soups, snacks from horse meat - a bold combination of products and flavours defy culinary clichés, thus creating gourmet masterpiece delighting indigenous population and surprising visitors to the valley of the Celestial Mountains.
Bangladesh: Frozen-in-Time Metamorphose
Crazy stream of traffic with double-decked busses – second of which is a roof full of dare-devils, cycle rickshaws scurrying far and wide like dragonflies, contrast of centuries-old temples and colorful advertising signboards, high-rise blocks with their curious dwellers, ready to invite a stranger to their wedding in the heat of a friendly talk right after first meeting – that’s what Bangladesh is about.
30.08.2016 | Bangladesh
Kyrgyz yurt: House in the Celestial mountains
The great importance of a yurt for the Kyrgyz people is evident from their national flag: a round dome of a traditional home embraced by effulgent solar disc, proudly flaunts in a red background. Although usual life of nomads has been transformed to brick houses, a yurt still has an important place in their daily life, hiding under its tent echoes of history and carefully preserving old traditions.
17.06.2016 | the Kyrgyz Republic
Panska street - Down from a mall, straight to the ball
Dilapidated Soviet-era buildings, grandiose palaces of the Hungarian aristocracy, booths with antique utensils, street art in the style of Van Gogh - Panská Street is full of contradictions! This place is a fusion of old grey-headed traditions, and ardent desire to be a little neat Europe. OUTLOOK knows what secrets go hiding at the streets of Bratislava.
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