Original snacks for the festive table
  Only original recipes! Rolls of pancakes with chicken Ingredients: 12 pancakes 400 gr. boiled chicken breast 250 g of hard cheese 300 gr. mushrooms butter salt pepper mayonnaise or…

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Delicious summer salads for the holiday table recipes
In the summer, we especially want to keep your figure in perfect form. But it is quite difficult if you do not do physical exercise. We offer you a light…

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Unusual festival of LOI Krathong in Thailand

 

Surely, you have heard that in the land of smiles during the year notes any unusual holidays. This Thai New year – Songkran Day and pineapple, and Makha Bucha, the rocket festival, flower festival and many others, in an unusual celebration. And if you’re going to relax in Thailand from Belgorod in the month of November, you will have the unique opportunity to attend the festival of LOI Krathong.

The LOI Krathong festival/Loi Krathong is celebrated each year across the country and in some regions bordering Burma and Laos. Speaking generally, it is a celebration of the spirits of water and light. He is being held in the dark under a full moon in November. At this time in Thailand across the country celebrated the flood and the rivers reach its maximum strength. And since in the Northern regions of the hot season and the rainy season are most pronounced, it is best to visit during the celebration of the festival in the Northern capital city of Chiang Mai.

In the literal translation from Thai language the word ” loi ” means “float” and “krathong” -“the boat leaves from banana trees”. According to the traditions, boats-krathongs shall be made from the leaves of a banana tree and decorated with flowers. But modern krathongs, often made from Continue reading

About the country

 

Kingdom Denmark – it is a small country that is located on the shores of the North sea and the Baltic sea in Northern Europe. Denmark called “the pearl” of the Scandinavian Peninsula. It is known for its Royal castles, colorful cozy houses, narrow medieval streets, canals and bridges, and monuments of fairy tales. Denmark – the birthplace of the famous Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen . a heroine of one of his tales the little Mermaid is the symbol of Copenhagen. In addition, it is a country of fearless Viking . once lived on its territory.

Many centuries ago, Denmark was one of the most powerful States in Northern Europe. The Danes were members of the Vikings from the late 8th to 11th century. On their account – many victories and conquests. Today anyone has a unique opportunity to attend the annual Viking festival in Aarhus. and also to see a 1000 year old Viking longships in Roskilde. Restored settlement of these ancient Scandinavian people you will find in the city of Ribe in Ribe Viking Centre. About mighty history of Denmark is reflected in the monuments in the town of Jelling and the ancient Viking fortress – Trelleborg. Aggersborg. Furkat.

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The Most unusual of the world holidays Holiday, holiday!

 

We all know such holidays as new year, the eighth of March and all those that are for us, traditionally, were holidays. We’re also well-known international April fool’s day, Valentine’s day, the day of Cosmonautics.

Holiday, a holiday.

However, international holidays much more than we think. They are all established by the UN and UNESCO. And if we don’t celebrate, then surely at some point the world celebrate in a big way.

January 11 is international thank you day (International Thank You Day). “Thank you,” that, without which our lives would be negligible and gloomy!

January 11 is international thank you day (International Thank You Day). “Thank you,” that, without which our lives would be negligible and gloomy!

January

January 21, noticed a very unusual holiday – international hug day (International Hugging Day).It was founded in the USA in 1986, and rapidly conquered the entire world!

February

February 11 – world day of the sick. (World Day of the Sick). Day was established on 13 may 1992 at the initiative of Pope John Paul II as a day of sick people.

February

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