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A History of Matryoshka Doll

Matryoshka nesting dolls are prominent as traditional Russian souvenirs and are popular all over the world. If you visit Russia, this is the first thing that comes to mind when you think about presents you want to bring back home. Matryoshkas are famous Russian dolls that first appeared in 1890. The traditional design was inspired … Continue reading A History of Matryoshka Doll

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Croatia’s First Michelin Star (You’ll Never Guess Where It Is)

Croatia’s first restaurant to receive a Michelin star is far from Dubrovnik’s historic Old Town, Zagreb’s cultural attractions, and Split’s coastal ruins. Monte, awarded a Michelin star this year, is located in Rovinj, a fishing port in the region of Istria, known for seafood, truffles, and wine. With this distinction, the country’s culinary scene continues … Continue reading Croatia’s First Michelin Star (You’ll Never Guess Where It Is)

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Prague: The Heart Of Europe

I’m not really a city person; probably something you quickly realised from the countless island guides and turtle photographs scattered across my social media and website. Nevertheless, this is one I loved, and one I wish I’d known way more about before I visited. To help you avoid making the same misinformed mistake, here are … Continue reading Prague: The Heart Of Europe