Gabbeh: A traditional variety of Persian carpet

0.0 00  Persian Gabbeh is a hand-knotted (handmade) thick Persian rug with long pile. It is made by the nomads of Fars province in southern Iran, of which the famous city of Shiraz is the capital. The most famous nomad group of this region is the Qashqai Tribe. Although the existing few old pieces of […]

The Hottest Spot on the Planet: Lut Desert

0.0 00 The Hottest Spot in the Planet: Lut Desert Let’s see what’s going on the hottest, driest, and most scenic desert on Earth. The Lut Desert, also known as Dasht-e Lut, (registered as World Heritage List)  is an extreme landscape in more ways than one. The hyper-arid desert is one of the hottest and […]

Top 4 Oldest Cities of Iran

0.0 00 Top 4 Oldest Cities of Iran We’ve already mentioned to some amazing and less undiscovered points of Iran. Here in this article, we’d like to lead to you the oldest cities of Iran that you might not heard before! follow us. 1. Shahre Sukhteh (The Burnt City) Number one in our “oldest cities […]

The man who disproved the world’s end

0.0 00 The man who disproved the world’s end  Eise Eisinga Dutch amateur astronomer Eise Eisinga might have left school at 12 years old, but he built an inch-perfect model of the solar system in his living room. There was a beat of silence as the room’s atmosphere shifted from inward reflection to jittery disbelief. […]

Are Lithuanians obsessed with bees ?

0.0 00 Are Lithuanians obsessed with bees ? In mid-January, the snow made the little coastal town of Šventoji in north-west Lithuania feel like a film set. Restaurants of Lithuanians, shops and wooden holiday cabins all sat silently with their lights off, waiting for the arrival of spring. I found what I was looking for […]

The wise words that changed my life

0.0 00 The wise words that changed my life A surprising friendship in Dublin ‘I told her how I had never felt at home anywhere, and how disconnected I had always felt from the country of my birth.’ It was one of those Dublin summer days that don’t make sense; the sun was hiding behind […]

The cliff that revealed Earth’s history

0.0 00 The cliff that revealed Earth’s history A rocky, remote outcrop in Scotland inspired the realisation that the Earth was millions of years old – this cliff led Charles Darwin to his theory of evolution. “Just a bit further, round the next bend,” my guide Jim said, as our fishing boat pitched and rolled […]

Spain’s most expensive delicacy?

0.0 00 Spain’s most expensive delicacy Baby eels are one of the most expensive Spanish Food, but when you see them for the first time you might wonder why. They’re not, to put it mildly, something that cries out to be eaten. When alive, they’re transparent and slimy, slithering and squirming like tiny snakes. Cooked, […]

Is Singapore suffering from FOMO?

0.0 00 Is Singapore suffering from FOMO? In practical terms, ‘kiasu’ means that Singaporeans love a bargain and hate missing out. But where did this deep-rooted belief come from? I’d only been in Singapore a few months when I had my first experience of kiasuism. It was a Saturday afternoon and after a couple of […]

Asia’s most multicultural city?

0.0 00 The Asian city that caters to everyone Centuries of global trade, conquest and colonisation have made Delhi one of the world’s most multicultural cities. With its 26 million people, Delhi has been described as a microcosm of India, with trappings from the country’s many cultures, religions and traditions. Centuries of global trade, conquest […]