The Grand Bazaar

The Grand Bazaar is a historical market situated in the capital of homeland. Throughout its history, in addition to shops the Grand bazaar has contained banks and financiers, mosques and guest houses.Traditionally,the grand bazaar was split into corridors, each specialising in different types of goods, including copper, carpets, paper, spices, and precious metals, as well as small traders selling all ... Read More »

Buddhist Temple

In Theravada Buddhism, Buddha refers to one who has become enlightened through their own efforts and insight, without a teacher to point out the Dharma (Sanskrit; Pali dhamma; “right way of living”). A samyak sambuddha teaches the dharma to others after his awakening. A pratyeka-buddha also reaches Nirvana through his own efforts, but does not teach the dharma to others. ... Read More »

The sludge ceremony or Bloco da Lama

In Paraty, the “fluminense” city that has the face of Brazil´s 500 years, a block formed by almost prehistoric beings gets out on the stone streets bringing joy and repelling carnival´s bad fluids. On a carnival´s Saturday, 15 years ago, some friends played with mud in in the mangrove of “Praia do Jabaquara” (“Jabaquara´s Beach”) when they realized that they were ... Read More »

The usa presidents that were addicted

The history of alcohol and drug use among United States presidents is a complex topic, especially since some drugs that are now illegal were legal at different points in this country’s history. For example, in the late 1800s, many over-the-counter remedies had large amounts of cocaine in them. Even with that caveat, some presidents indulged more than others. Read More »

The photos of the coronation ceremony

Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi( 26 October 1919 – 27 July 1980) was the king of our homeland from 16 September 1941 until his overthrow by the Islamic Revolution on 11 February 1979. He took the title (“Emperor” or “King of Kings”) on 26 October 1967. He was the second and last monarch of the House of Pahlavi of the homeland monarchy. ... Read More »

The festival of foods

Favorable climate and soil with good quality made it  always ready to foster the kind of natural food items, including vegetables, fruits, cereals, etc. This traditional foods have always different recipe and the taste is so delicious and more than different.  This is a festival of foods in north of our homeland and you can imagine that how is the taste of these foods amazing. Read More »

atlas of beauty project by mihaela noroc

Mihaela Noroc of Romania decided to travel the world (on the cheap) and create an Atlas of Beauty to see how beauty looks around the world. Her photo series shows a wide variety of beautiful women in their environment and clothing of choice. The result is more impressive and beautiful than any Miss Universe pageant. “Global trends make us look ... Read More »

The carpet made with Colorful soil

In south side of our country people made an amazing colorful space with soil which is colorful! The carpet was unveiled for the sixth consecutive year by the presence of tourists and people along the coast of the island in our homeland beside the our gulf. The project with the participation of 20 artists of 2000 cubic meter built on the island of homeland. ... Read More »

Some of the strangest hotels in the world

Traveling to exciting new destinations can be made all the more thrilling by choosing a hotel that blends elements of the natural world with the comfort of modern amenities. From a strange hotel perched on top of a cliff on the Pacific Ocean, to a manor that’s regularly visited by giraffes, we look at some of the weirdest, most wonderful ... Read More »

10 Most Expensive Shoes for women in the World

10. DIAMOND DREAM STILETTOS – Price: US $500,000 Which woman wouldn’t dream to have 1420 diamonds on her feet? Yes! Stuart Weitzman collaborated with Kwait to make this stunning pair of Diamond Dream Shoes with diamonds beautifully placed around the ankles. Actress Anika Noni Rose wore these to the 2007 Academy Awards that absolutely complimented her Red Carpet Dress. Read More »