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Ong Cong, Ong Tao – Vietnam’s Day of the Kitchen Gods
Submitted by viethorizon on 2011-01-26 00:07:49 (via www.viethorizontravel.com)
‘Tao Quan’, ‘Ong Cong’ and ‘Ong Tao’, in Vietnamese belief, originated from the 3 Gods of the land
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Top 10 Heritage Sites in Europe
Submitted by European-Hotels on 2011-01-12 03:45:03 (via www.book-european-hotels.com)
There are so many inimitable sites, cultural remainders, and architectural wonders that have no comparison with any other thing in this world.
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Vietnam TET HOLIDAY – Lunar calendar New Year or Chinese New Year
Submitted by viethorizon on 2011-01-03 01:42:14 (via viethorizontravel.com)
Tet is the most important holiday of Vietnamese culture and for other countries that were affected by Chinese culture.
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African-American Heritage in Paris
Submitted by Marie on 2010-09-28 16:19:09 (via www.travelwithachallenge.com)
Jazz and Josephine Baker are just two examples of the rich cultural exchange between Black America and France. African-American artists, writers, entertainers and intellectuals have left their mark in Paris for over 200 years. Discover their stories and their neighborhoods.
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Buddhist pilgrimage tour in Nepal, buddhist pilgrimage tour
Submitted by shekharsinfohub on 2010-07-29 10:16:59 (via www.trektournepal.com)
Alpine Asian Treks & expedition arranges Buddhist pilgrimage tour in Nepal, Buddhist cultural tour
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Evora, Portugal and the Stone Age
Submitted by ManjaB on 2010-06-02 14:34:00 (via www.off-the-beaten-track.net)
An amazing travelogue by a dolmen afficionado about a visit to the wonderful city of Evora in Portugal, interesting in and by itself, but apparently also located in a region with many Stone Age remains: dolmens, menhirs, cromlech.
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Lekeitio and Mungia declared "slow cities" - Basque Country
Submitted by apartime on 2009-10-13 06:29:33 (via www.turismoa.euskadi.net)
Both towns have been selected among four towns of the Spanish State, ideal for the quiet traveller.
Following the trail of the Slow Food movement, created in 1986 by the gastronomy critic Carlo Petrini in view of the fast food proliferation, "slow cities" have originated. Currently 116 towns from 16 countries have received the acknowledgement.
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Links and pictures of wonderous sights and places to visit
Submitted by chubbs1402 on 2009-07-21 02:54:14 (via www.travel-wonders.com)
Travel tips and pictures to inspire any traveller
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Oruro Carnival Dances
Submitted by gkosaras on 2009-03-29 11:11:33 (via ezinearticles.com)
The Oruro Carnival in Bolivia is a festivity that was born from the ancestral ritual of adoration of the Urus gods and also of the Candelaria Virgin (Socavon Virgin) during the colonial times. The traditional Carnival festivity generates 18 marvelous dance expressions that nowadays are performed during the folkloric entrance.
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Carnival and Mardi Gras celebrations
Submitted by anacaona on 2009-02-12 10:21:38 (via www.hostelbloggers.com)
Today, the Mardi Gras Carnival is considered a period of letting go - of your diet, your troubles, and occasionally your clothing - before the tortuous abstinence of Lent kicks in.
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