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New Year in Argentina
New Year in Argentina The South American country of Argentina celebrates New Year with much fun fare and it also entails to the entire family to come together for late dinner. New Year in Argentina is a public holiday therefore giving more reasons to celebrate and stay out for the entire night and party. As it is in the southern hemisphere, New Year in Argentina is generally hot, unusual to most parts of the world where New Year is synonymous to the chill and long winter nights. Argentines plan to go to the beaches, lakes and swimming pools for a refreshing swim on New Year day, as swimming is an activity very close to their hearts. Usually the entire family on the New Year Eve, 31st December, gathers for late Dinner. The lavish spr...
Korean Folk Village Religious Ceremonies and Festivals
Korean Folk Village Religious Ceremonies and Festivals Folklore religion- Religions in Korea were divided into three large categories: Shamanism, worship of the house god and worship of the village god. Shamanism is a religion centered around shamans and can belargely divided into kang-sin-mu and hereditary shaman. The name ofshaman differed by region and praying method. Worshipping of the housegod was generally observed by performing ritual services to house site god,three gods governing childbirth, ancestor god, house master god, the god of earth, toilet god, and dragon god were performed. Worshipping of thevillage god was observed by performing ritual service for the god who guards the village. A shrine of the mountain god, Sansindang, was built on the hill at the ba...
The Havana Carnival in Cuba Attraction for Tourist
The Havana Carnival in Cuba Attraction for Tourist The Havana Carnival in late July and early August features parades in front of the Capitolio or along the Malecón on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. The Jornadas de la Cultura Camagneyana is scheduled for the first two weeks of February, and the Festival Internacional de Jazz fills the first week of December with song and dance. April sees the Semana de la Cultura celebrated in Baracoa and the Electroacoustic Music Festival in Varadero. The first week of May has the Romería de Mayo in Holguin, and at the end of June Trinidad hosts the Fiestas Sanjuaneras. Carnival is celebrated in Santiago de Cuba during the last two weeks of July and the first week of August to coincide with the holidays around July 26. C...
Culture of Taiwan
Culture of Taiwan The Culture of Taiwan is a hybrid blend of Confucianist Han Chinese cultures, Japanese, European, American, global, local and indigenous influences, which are often perceived in both traditional and modern understandings.The common socio-political experience in Taiwan gradually developed into a sense of Culture of Taiwan and a feeling of Taiwan Culture awareness, which has been widely debated domestically. idea Bentuhua or Taiwanese localization/indigenization has become, arguably, the most important symbol of The Culture of Taiwan over the past twenty years. Bentuhua describes the social and cultural movement by the people of Taiwan to identify with Taiwan's unique historical and cultural legacy and, it has been ar...
Horse Riding The Traditional National Sports
Horse Riding The Traditional National Sports The traditional national sports reflect the importance of horse riding in Kyrgyz culture. Very popular, as in all of Central Asia, is Ulak Tartysh, a team game resembling a cross between polo and rugby in which two teams of riders wrestle for possession of the headless carcass of a goat, which they attempt to deliver across the opposition's goal line, or into the opposition's goal: a big tub or a circle marked on the ground. Other popular games on horseback include: 1.Aht Chabysh - a long-distance horse race, sometimes over a distance of more than 50 km 2.Jumby Atmai - a large bar of precious metal (the jumby) is tied to a pole by a thread and contestants attempt to break the thread by shooting at it, while at a ...
Sierra de San Francisco in Mexico
Sierra de San Francisco in Mexico Sierra de San Francisco is the gateway to some spectacular pre-Hispanic rock art and as such has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At Cueva Pintada, Cochimi painters and their predecessors decorated high rock overhangs with vivid red and black representations of human figures, bighorn sheep, pumas and more abstract designs. Hire a guide in San Ignacio. Address Km 118, Transpeninsular, Baja California. Source:www.lonelyplanet.com
Successors of Chinggis Khaan
Successors of Chinggis Khaan In compliance with the will of the dead Khaan, a Grand Khurildai at Kharkhorum in 1229 selected Ogedei, third son of Chinggis, as Khaan. The Grand Khurildai also decided to launch a campaign against the Bulghars, Turks in the region of Kazan on the middle Volga River, and to complete the conquest of the outlying Western Xia territories. By 1229 Batu Khan, grandson of Chinggis, had defeated most of the Bulghar outposts, and in 1231 Ogedei sent an expedition to conquer the Korean Peninsula. That same year, Ogedei decided to destroy Jin. He formed an alliance with the Song, then sent Tului southward with a large army into Jin territory. In 1232 in the middle of the campaign, Tului died, and Subeedei took command. He co...
When to Go Switzerland
When to Go Switzerland You can visit Switzerland any time throughout the year. Summer lasts roughly from June to September and offers the most pleasant climate for outdoor pursuits. Unfortunately, you won't be the only tourist during this period, so prices can be high, accommodation hard to find and the mainstream sights crowded. You'll find much better deals and fewer crowds in the shoulder seasons of April-May and late-September-October. At any time, as you travel around the country you'll hit many different climatic conditions. The continental climate in the Alps tends to show the greatest extremes between summer and winter. Mid-August to late October generally has fairly settled weather, and is a good period for hiking trips. If you'r...
Christmas in Argentina
Christmas in Argentina Argentina has been an amalgamating point to various cultures and communities, owing to the fact that it had been under the dominion of several nations. Therefore the celebrations of Christmas in Argentina are diverse and interesting. First and foremost, Christmas in Argentina falls in the summer time, keeping it devoid of snow and white rooftops around this time. Where most countries around the world are shivering in the biting cold weather around Christmas, Argentines plan a picnic to the nearby beach or hold a barbeque and invite relatives and friends! The Christmas Eve on the 24th of December witnesses the entire families to go to the church to offer prayers and attend the Midnight Mass. ‘Feliz Navidad' i...
Sihanoukville - Cambodia Mother Nature Playing Nightly
Sihanoukville - Cambodia Mother Nature Playing Nightly Sihanoukville is a sleepy beach town in Cambodia on the Gulf of Thailand. In December, the beach is a great place to watch Mother Nature do her thing in spectacular fashion. Named after a Cambodian King, Sihanoukville isn't easy to get to, but it is worth the hassle. If you're coming from Thailand, the best choice is to cross the border at Koh Kong and grab a boat to Sihanoukville. The boat takes roughly four hours, but beats taking on Cambodian roads, which are pure hell. If you're coming from any location inside of Cambodia, try to get to the major highway between Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville as it is the only road without potholes, missing bridges, etc. Sihanoukville bends up and around a point of land on the...