Pictorial of Historic Bathhouses

In 1890 there were 72 bathhouses inthe city, with different range of quality and cleanliness. These days only 31 public bathhouses have been identified as remaining. However, at around 1920 there were around 85 bathhouse keepers . Public bathhouses are an ancient tradition in this part of the world that in many areas still form part of people’s daily lives. ... Read More »

The old book of school

A book is a set of written, printed, illustrated, or blank sheets, made of ink, paper, parchment, or other materials, usually fastened together to hinge at one side. A single sheet within a book is called a leaf, and each side of a leaf is called a page. Each book is specified by an International Standard Book Number, or ISBN, ... Read More »

Baton Rouge cook finds ‘GOD’ in eggplant seeds

A Baton Rouge restaurant is getting a flurry of media attention after one of its cooks found the word “GOD” legible in the seeds of an eggplant during dinner prep Monday. Jermarcus Brady had already sliced and begun sautéing about five eggplants at Gino’s Restaurant when he noticed the seed configuration. Since photos of the eggplant slice appeared on personal ... Read More »

A pickup full of money

There have been conflicting reports about a truck filled with bags of money totaling 8 billion tomans was spotted due to a accident in the kahkiluye province. ANA news agency first reported the news and continued to say, that there where no reports of bank robberies in the area. On the other hand khabaronline several days later reported that this ... Read More »

The most expensive coffee in the world

Kopi luwak (Indonesian pronunciation) or civet coffee, refers to the seeds of coffee berries once they have been eaten and defecated by the Asian palm civet. The name is also used for marketing brewed coffee made from the beans.Producers of the coffee beans argue that the process may improve coffee through two mechanisms, selection and digestion. Passing through a civet’s ... Read More »

The Calligraphy with Fingernails

Hamid Reza Ebrahimi is a famous scriber, who had practice at first calligrapher to have over 800 hours of calligraphy could use his fingers as pen.He is a calligraphy from many years ago . He said that he decided one day to picked razor nails into a reed pen took one and a half inches . A few simple preparations ... Read More »

Turkoman horse

The Turkoman horse, or Turkmene, was an Oriental horse breed from the steppes of Central Asia, now extinct. They influenced many other horse breeds, including the Thoroughbred horse. Some horses bred in our homeland and Turkmenistan today are still referred to as Turkoman, and have similar characteristics. It had a slender body, similar to a greyhound. Although refined in appearance, the breed ... Read More »

Man and Lion Become the Best of Friends after 11 Years of Friendship

Even though we consider lions and other wild animals as dangerous, this story shows that it isn’t always the case. Meet 69-year-old Frikkie Von Solms, a lion caretaker who lives in Southern Africa and a man who probably knows more about lions and their behaviour than anyone else in the world because for the past 11 years he has raised ... Read More »

The young musicians start using the streets as a stage to fight sadness

Until recently, it was highly unusual to see musicians playing in the streets of our homeland. But over the past year, they’ve become a rather common sight – and they’re not all trying to make money. Many established artists are doing this just for fun, says our Observer, who has catalogued this trend by posting hundreds of videos of street ... Read More »

Awesome Shell gas station toilet in Bohol, Philippines

Down in Bohol, Philippines, there is this awesome toilet housed within a Shell gas station. “If your Public Restroom is Clean Enough… Let me knew, and I might just do what I did”, Ka Bino added. Meanwhile, an Inquirer article dated September 6th, 2011 featured the same type of toilet. According to the news, the said Shell station’s operator spent ... Read More »