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Inti Raymi 2016 May 23, 2016

The Inti Raymi festival in Peru is a feast of the Sun God and Patchamama (Mother Earth), the main Gods of the Inca civilization. These Gods were considered to be the creators of all that exists. They rule over the destinys of mankind and the universe! This Inca festival of Inti Raymi is the most…

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BE A MILLIONAIRE!! May 6, 2016

The term “millionaire” first appeared in the English language in a letter written by Lord Byron in 1816. There were only a few millionaires at the time, but thanks to the Industrial Revolution, more millionaires were created outside of the aristocracy. Today there are more than 12 million millionaires scattered around the globe. The origins…

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CELEBRATE KING’S DAY March 31, 2016

King’s Day is the biggest national event in Holland. Everything and everyone turns orange and celebrates on King’s Day. You will find music shows, fairs, flea markets and parties throughout the country. Even the Dutch royal family goes on tour to be received by one or more Dutch towns for en entertainment-filled day. Amsterdam is…

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TIPS FOR TRAVELING SOLO March 21, 2016

We’ve talked to too many people who put off their travel dreams because they don’t want to do it by themselves. If you want to go to South America but don’t have a partner, consider gathering the courage to go it alone. There are plenty of people to meet as you travel, and single travelers…

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Every March 17th, thousands of people don their greenest garb, march in Irish pride parades, eat green clover-shaped cookies, and quaff frosty mugs of green beer in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. But do you really know who St. Patrick was and why he is celebrated? Patrick was born in AD 387 just south of…

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CARNIVALS IN PERU February 15, 2016

Peruvian culture is a mix of both native traditions and customs imported from the Spanish colonists. Roman Catholic traditions have seeped into many aspects of Peruvian life, including the Carnivals that take place in February. And, like the other Carnivals celebrated throughout the West, the festivities act as a precursor to the solemn Lenten celebrations…

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Valentine’s Day 14 February What is Valentine’s Day? St Valentine’s Day is an annual festival to celebrate romantic love, friendship and admiration. Every year on 14 February people celebrate this day by sending messages of love and affection to partners, family and friends. Couples send Valentine’s Day cards and flowers and spend special time together…

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Bit by bit, Australia Day is starting to look like the national days of other countries. Once upon a time, the anniversary of the arrival of the first British settlers was celebrated in ways that were remarkable solely for not being in any way remarkable. Today, our national day by chance falls on a Monday;…

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<a href=”http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2010/11/10-interesting-thanksgiving-facts/”><img src=”//www.todayifoundout.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Thanksgiving-infographic-1.jpg” alt=”10 Interesting Thanksgiving Facts” width=”560″ border=”0″ title=”10 Interesting Thanksgiving Facts” class=”nopin” /></a><br />[Source: <a href=’http://www.todayifoundout.com’ title=’Interesting Facts’>Today I found out</a>]

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Let the Movember mustache growing begin as Movember 2015 officially starts today. For the next 30 days, men worldwide will be growing facial hair, particularly mustaches, to raise awareness of various men’s health issues like prostate and testicular cancer. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, women play a part in Movember as well. Women have encouraged the movement…

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