The coldest hotel – Ice Hotel (jukkasjärvi, Sweden)
Ice Hotel is a real hotel built from ice and located near the Arctic circle. Guests are invited to spend the night in fairly cool rooms, where the air temperature does not exceed -5 C. All rooms and halls of the hotel are completely made of snow and ice. Continue reading
The international pop song contest “Eurovision”, which in the past made famous all over the world such famous artists as ABBA and Celine Dion, every year attracts from 100 to 200 million people in more than 60 countries.
The main feature of the current 58th Eurovision song contest 2013, which will be held from 14 to 18 may in the Swedish city of Malmo, is its economy and a kind of chamber. Continue reading
Tourists can see people walking barefoot on hot coals and even dancing at the same time only in one country in the world – Bulgaria.
“Dancing in the fire Nestinars” – an inexplicable Bulgarian phenomenon
These people are called nestinars, they live in some mountain villages in the South-East of the country. The inexplicable and incredibly spectacular ritual of walking on fire is listed as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO.
This ancient custom is associated primarily with the day of Saints Constantine and Helena, which falls on June 3, but the fire-walking ritual is also performed during some other Church holidays. Non-veterinarians, that is, direct participants of fire walking, are not all residents of the village, but only a few chosen ones who pass their skill by inheritance. Continue reading