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Machu Picchu: the famous Inca citadel

A treasure of Inca culture The Machu Picchu, whose name means 'Old Mountain' in Quechua, is a sacred city considered the most representative work of Inca architecture. It is a Unesco World Heritage Site. This ancient Inca city is located in Peru, in the province of Urubamba, one hundred and thir ...


Giving Tuesday: an international day of generosity

ving Tuesday. This movement born in 2012 then spread internationally, in the United Kingdom, Iralnd, Israel, Australia and New Zealand but also in Latin America, Brazil and even Singapore! In French-speaking countries like Canada, this day of generosity has taken the name of Mardi je donne. A day ...


Netflix: 5 Things to Know About the Streaming Platform

he company offered children's content for the first time. In the 2010s, the company set out to conquer the world by offering its services in Canada, Latin America, and the United Kingdom. It was in 2014 that the service reached several European countries, including Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, an ...


Light Christmas dessert: 5 exotic fruits to serve for the holidays

never have eaten, I recommend serving chilled coconut water as a side dish. 5- The pitaya or dragon fruit The pitaya or dragon fruit is native to Latin America. It has a surprising shape reminiscent of the prickly pear because it is the fruit of a cactus. But most importantly the pitaya is on ...


Harry Potter: a great immersive exhibition arrives in Paris

ria. This event exhibition will continue its European tour at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles from April 21 to October 1, 2023, before exporting to Latin America, Asia and other European and North American cities. Everywhere it has already gone, it has raised the enthusiasm of Potterheads as it ...


Garden: 5 Good Reasons to Plant a Guava Tree

It's an original fruit tree. More original than an orange tree or an apple tree, the guava tree is a beautiful tropical tree from the Myrtaceae family. This tree, whose botanical name is Psidium guajava, is also known as sand plum or apple guava for its edible fruits. In tropical areas, this tree ...


Korea Mania: Where Does the Fascination for K-Culture Come From?

), began in Asia in the 1990s. South Korea started to "massively export its cultural products," first to its neighbors, then to Central Asia, Africa, Latin America, and finally Europe. According to experts, this desire to make their culture shine worldwide is a response to 35 years of Japanese occu ...