Strange wedding traditions
Let's start with the wedding traditions of India, where there is a strange custom whereby girls marry animals. Many girls were forced to marry animals because in some parts of…

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The Customs of other countries
Customs — in a broad sense every detail or feature of life(in addition to purely physiological or pathological), repeat,constantly, periodically or when known cases, consciously ribasauskiene (out of habit, tradition,…

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The Most amazing animals of the planet

In continuation of exploring the amazing plants of the planet are acquainted with the equally amazing animals of our planet. Unfortunately, many of them have become extremely rare, and in the near future our descendants will only be able to see in the photo .

The frilled Armadillo (Chlamyphorus truncatus)

This amazing animal lives on dry plains of Central Argentina, overgrown with prickly bushes and cacti.

Reconozca (Daubentonia madagascariensis)

This mammal of the group of prosimians of the family reconozco can be found on the island of Madagascar.

The maned wolf (Chrysocyon brachyurus)

The legs of the wolf envy of any fashion model. Due to such long limbs height at withers this dog may reach 90 centimeters. This animal inhabits the steppes South America, and long legs help a wolf to see over the grass surrounding landscape.

Deep-sea octopus found at depths up to 6 km.

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Japan – Travel Agency Alma Travel Agency

is undoubtedly unique, incomparable and absolutely mysterious country, which is second in the world is almost impossible to find. And it’s not just her rich and ancient heritage – in itself, Japan is a great Museum.

There is a common phrase: “Japan is a country of contrasts”, and it is not just words. Here temples coexist with modern life, they do not disrupt the General flow and form a single whole.

The Japanese have a great love and reverence is Sakura. April in Japan is Hanami-party – holiday-festival admiring the cherry blossoms. It begins in the capital, and then continues in other Japanese cities and towns.

Before the beginning of cherry blossom in Tokyo, a special staff of 40-50 people. The headquarters is located in the spacious office and constantly receives information about suzutani Sakura, coming from the public.In transport, on the streets, in shops, anywhere and everywhere there are posters with pictures of unopened buds of Sakura. All are invited to a feast of cherry blossom!

Autumn in Japan – an event that cannot be missed!

Momiji – Japanese maple. For people red maple leaves in October no less important than the time of cherry blossom in the spring. Many specifically take leave at this time – peacefully breathe in the autumn air with a hint of sadness, to wander in the parks Continue reading

Wedding traditions from different corners of the Earth. Discussion on LiveInternet – Russian Service Online Diaries

We all know that throughout the world there are unique wedding traditions and customs.

Actually very interesting to see how the wedding is celebrated, for example, in Morocco or Macau.

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A few days before the wedding the Pakistani bride’s hands are decorated with henna designs. This is done specially, for the mehndi ceremony, rite, which according to legends was supposed to bring luck in his future family.

Korean bride and groom in traditional wedding attire. Two thousand years later there is a wedding custom according to which newlyweds in Korea dressed in hanbok, traditional Korean costume of bright colors and simple lines.

Moroccan wedding.

Moroccan brides usually wear ornate caftans and lots of jewelry. In Morocco the bride and all the women invited to the wedding, decorate hands with henna designs.

A Scottish wedding.

All men are invited to the wedding ceremony, wearing a traditional Scottish highland dress: kilts of plaid wool fabric – Continue reading

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