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    Which Ice Cream You Should Try in Russia, Korea, US, Singapore and Egypt

    If you are traveling for the Trump-Kim Summit in Singapore, planning to go to Russia for the World Cup or even wondering what’s your favorite football player, Mohammad Salah, likes as a dessert? well, we have collected five traditional ice cream from the trending countries so you can try it during your travel. It’s always good to know other country traditional food…since food will connects […] More

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    6 Forgotten Cities in Africa Now a UNESCO World Heritage Sites

    1. Chartage Chartage was a city ruin in Tunisia. It was founded by Queen Dido she bought the amount of land and built Chartage empire. The empire then becomes a threat to the Roman empire. The Romans declared wars with Carthage and called as the Punic Wars. This ancient city was declined and destroyed by the Romans in the third Punic Wars in 146 BC. […] More

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    8 Facts of Cleopatra "The Unforgettable Queen of Egypt”

    Besides the fact that many people were captivated by her presence. Cleopatra was the most intelligent and the most courageous woman in her time. She ruled Egypt in the most passionate way… even though she’s not an Egyptian herself. Well, here is the 8 Facts of Cleopatra you probably missed out. 1. She was a descendant of a Ptolemaic ruler who was a Macedonian Greek. […] More

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    Adel El Siwi : The Living Breath of The Paintings Itself

    Adel El Siwi was born in Behera, Egypt. He lives and works in Cairo. In 1970’s he developed his paintings through independent study at the Faculty of Fine Arts. He had emigrated to Europe and North America but drawn by Egypt’s legacy in Art  made him to go back to Cairo in 1990 after he stayed in Milan. Growing up in Egypt, Adel El Siwi […] More

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    5 History of Cat's Mythology Around the World

    1. Bastet in Egypt In ancient Egyptian religion, they worship Bastet as a goddess of protection. Ancient Egyptian believe that Bastet can protect them especially their woman and children from diseases. 2. Mishipesu in America Mishipesu or translated as a great lynx have a resemblance to a cat with a horn and a dragon altogether. This creature is believed to live in a deep lake […] More