Travel

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VIVA CUBA

Cuba is the most mysterious island in the Caribbean. It doesn’t really matter which regime is in power, or what the level of poverty might be, the Cuban people are always happy, hospitable, joyful, and ready to dance rumba. The curious thing is that they are completely authentic, and the answer, apparently, lies in the […]

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A SLICE OF BROOKLYN

Brooklyn is the biggest borough in New York, and America’s fourth-largest neighborhood with more than 30 communities, hosting 2.6 million residents. It is the home of the greats. Unsurpassed rappers, actors, designers, movie stars, hipsters, best pizza, Brooklyn’s NETS, Peter Luger’s steak house, scariest Cyclone ride, and the best hot dogs in town. There are […]

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BROOKLYN CULTURE

The architectural complex comprised of Brooklyn’s Central Public Library and the Brooklyn Museum is the epitome of a true cultural center in the eyes of Americans. Not only does it generate lots of interest, but also a sense of pride. One can visit these grandiose establishments either with the family or in solitude; one can […]

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THE EPITOME OF BROOKLYN

Eric L. Adams is a tough former police captain, and a tender Brooklyn borough president, who stands for peace, brings communities of Brooklyn together, and builds and repairs relationships between the people of New York City and the NYPD. He develops progressive changes in protecting 2.6 million Brooklyn residents. Eric Adams was elected borough president […]

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THE MIRACLE OF CHRISTMAS

No matter how young or old you are, even the tiniest wishful hope of finding yourself in a fairy tale is always an exuberant experience. During Christmas time, most European cities turn precisely into a magical fairy-tale, full of captivating and gleaming lights in all bright colors. The sacred winter holiday is of particular importance, […]

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AWESOME UKRAINE

Crimean Wine The history of Crimean winemaking goes back about two and a half thousand years ago. It appears that Ancient Greeks brought grapevines to Crimea, and ever since than, they became a rightful resident of this peninsula. Many local grape varieties are descendants of wines that arrived from the shores of Hellas. The era […]

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ARCHITECTURAL MASTERPIECES – NEW YORK

The bridges of New York City do not only serve as transportation arteries for the enormous city, connecting all five boroughs and the state of New Jersey, they are also the symbols of the art of engineering, and the evidence of an era of technological innovation in the 20th century. They are the masterpieces of […]

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ETHNIC UKRAINIAN DRINKS

Whether it is freezing cold or steaming hot, holidays or weekdays, childhood or adulthood, no matter what it is, the human body largely consists of water. And to quench our thirst we need a consistent intake of refreshing drinks, energizing basics for healthy nutrition. This is when we turn to nature-inspired traditional Ukrainian beverages. Over […]

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TEA CULTURE NYC

“Teapuccino, please.” Do you prefer yours with black, green or red tea? Who thought drinking tea in New York City would become a hot trend? While Americans were discovering the art of drinking fine coffee and debating over the best coffee brewing methods (Oh, let’s not forget the importance of sustainably grown beans!), tea remained […]

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PICNIC IN NEW YORK

We can’t wait for the summer to start complaining about the heat in the city. To be fair, summers in the city can be exhausting. There are options like numerous public and private pools, air-conditioned escapes in museums and, of course, picnics in the park. Restaurants with outdoor spaces are particularly popular, bringing us a […]