“Tea is one of the mainstays of civilisation in this country and causes violent disputes over how it should be made.” George Orwell Tea has been ranking as the nation’s most beloved drink for several hundred years now. In this…
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With the spring around the corner, why not enjoy it to the fullest in a holiday mood while visiting a Mediterranean gem? It is enough to fly for a weekend break to one of these heaven-like places to unwind and reload your batteries. This spring we would like to invite you to Montenegro.
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Celebrated not only in Ireland, but also across English-speaking countries, marked by the colour green “splashed” all around and a jolly atmosphere, Saint Patrick’s Day is a much loved, Christian turned secular festivity. What makes St.Patrick’s Day so attractive? What draws thousands of people to Dublin every March?
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Colosseum, Coliseum or Flavian Amphitheatre are all names denoting this spectacular object of great archaeological significance, right in the ancient heart of the eternal city, Rome. Intended for pompous spectacles, it was built in the 1st century, its construction heavily relying on the loot gained from the Jewish Temple during the Siege of Jerusalem.
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Who were Nabataeans? This mysterious folk has been puzzling historians to this very day. History says they were a nomadic people whose empire extended across modern-day Yemen into Sinai Desert. However, no one can be certain about this. Probably the most perplexing trait of Nabataeans’ history is a complete lack of written evidence despite their widespread literacy. It is believed that almost every person, including shepherds, could read and write!
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