Redhead Days in Breda, Netherlands: Join the Gingerhood!
Feb05

Redhead Days in Breda, Netherlands: Join the Gingerhood!

Every year, in the beginning of September, the Dutch city of Breda throngs with redheads from all over the world. Entertainment, fun and sense of community are the key elements of the Redhead Days, a festival that welcomes everyone, no matter their hair colour, nationality or ethnicity.

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United States of Europe: Is it really possible?
Jan16

United States of Europe: Is it really possible?

In face of the potential EU inefficiencies, some voices defend the need to create a European federation similar to the USA one. But is it really viable? In today’s article we’ll present some reflections on this matter.

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Christ was born! Glory to Him! – Christmas in the Ukraine
Jan06

Christ was born! Glory to Him! – Christmas in the Ukraine

In this article, we will briefly get acquainted with the celebration of the New Year’s and Christmas holidays in Ukraine.

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Christmas in Italy
Dec23

Christmas in Italy

Christmas is one of the most adored holidays by both children and adults, as well as one of the most surprising, because it is celebrated differently all over the world. Let’s take a look at the Italian Peninsula.

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Christmas in the UK
Dec19

Christmas in the UK

December is the time of the year when suddenly traditions become very important to many of us. Each country, each region, and even each family has their own special way of celebrating Christmas. In this series, MH authors tell us all about their favourite holiday traditions.

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A typical Dutch Christmas
Dec13

A typical Dutch Christmas

December is the time of the year when suddenly traditions become very important to many of us. Each country, each region, and even each family has their own special way of celebrating Christmas. In this series, MH authors tell us all about their favourite holiday traditions.

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My language, my home: Ukrainian
Nov23

My language, my home: Ukrainian

In this part of our series ‘My language, my home’, we learn about Ukrainian, a language spoken by 45 million people, and one that most people know only very little about.

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Horror and Mystery in Northern Italy
Oct21

Horror and Mystery in Northern Italy

Rome, Venice, Florence, Milan… Italy is famous for its marvellous cities, monuments and works of art. However, tourists often focus their energy on exploring the greatest and most famous cities, such as Rome or Venice. This means that the slightly less famous cities, which are no less fascinating, almost inevitably go unnoticed. One example of this is the magical Turin, capital of Piedmont, in the northeast of Italy. The adjective ‘magical’ is hardly used at random…

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The Munich Oktoberfest – a must see or a tourist trap?
Sep15

The Munich Oktoberfest – a must see or a tourist trap?

The Oktoberfest is the biggest ‘Volksfest’ in the world, but has it gotten too big? Our author, who is originally from Munich, weighs in on the question of what Oktoberfest is all about, and if it really is the best way to experience Bavarian culture.

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Has Couchsurfing become a bohemian Tinder?
Sep09

Has Couchsurfing become a bohemian Tinder?

Locals offering free housing and good company in a beautiful location? Sounds like a backpacker’s dream! Is it still so, though?

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