While most of us will be celebrating this New Year’s with parties and fireworks, some cultures around the world takes things a bit further with some rather unique traditions. It may be the holiday that is universally celebrated around the world, but it seems no two countries ring in the New Year quite the same way.
It goes without saying that the Christmas season is a very spiritual time for many. We have therefore taken a look at some of the world’s most mesmerising cathedrals. The sheer amount of skill and hours it took to construct these truly remarkable places of worship is almost unbelievable and many of the finest cathedrals are yet to be finished.
Although hills may not always be the most fun to climb, they almost always offer stunning picturesque views. And across Europe there are countless fairy-tale hilltop towns that are must see destinations.
October 10 marks Work Mental Heath Day, a day which aims to bring awareness and education to mental health issues, along with removing the stigma that is often attached to them. Mental health issues are present everywhere and many of us will either experience mental issues our self or will have a close family member or friend dealing with issues at some point.
Who doesn’t love a good book? For millennia we have been reading the thoughts and stories of authors from around the world. From their humble beginnings as etchings in tablets to the first book ever printed in 1455, it is estimated that there have been well over 130 million different books printed.