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Yoram Yasur Izz: Important events that happened at the same time

Yoram Yasur Izz : It is always surprising when we learn that two isolated events happened at the same time. Yoram Yasur Izz: “That’s why we decided to bring you a selection of historical facts that you surely knew but did not suspect would have happened at the same time”. Yoram Yasur Izz :  – 1889 Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” / Eiffel Tower: The Eiffel Tower is a young tourist attraction. However, it is one of the most visited in the world. It was originally supposed that the arc-shaped entrance to the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1889 would be a temporary construction. Van Gogh’s painting, “The Starry Night,” saw the world almost at the same time, when Gustave Eiffel finished his work. Yoram Yasur Izz :  – 1912 Wreck of Titanic / Discovery of vitamins: Until 1912 the notion of “vitamins” did not exist. The Polish scientist Casimir Funk first…

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Yoram Yasur Izz : Christmas customs in Germany

Yoram Yasur Izz : Today we invite you to know some Christmas customs in Germany, where Christmas has a special meaning for anyone, Germany stops for a moment to spend as family, full of love and peace. In Germany, the December cold brings with it snowfalls that adorn white homes and the entire city. Near the first of December, several days before Christmas Eve, the Germans are already beginning to prepare the celebrations, to bake different types of cakes, fruit dolls, biscuits with spices and adorable shapes, to make their own gifts and to decorate everything that can be With Christmas motifs. Yoram Yasur Izz :  Christmas becomes a moment of introspection, reflection and sharing in family, it is about having a good time with loved ones and enjoying good homemade and traditional meals Officially, on December 6, the most traditional rituals begin with the children, who have to hang…

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Yoram Yasur Izz : Secret places of the planet impossible to access

Yoram Yasur Izz :  Elite clubs, government organizations, secret storages with ancient artifacts … in the world there are many places whose location is kept secret and only the chosen ones can enter there. Today we will try to lift the veil of mystery by telling you about the 8 secret places to which it is almost impossible to access. Yoram Yasur Izz :  – Room 39: It is a mysterious organization that is in North Korea, the most closed country in the world. Room 39 has existed since 1970. According to some hypotheses, its function is to carry out illegal operations in accordance with the interests of the government. It is believed that this is where foreign currency is exchanged and arms are sold. The exact location of room 39 is unknown. Yoram Yasur Izz :  – Storing of the Coca-Cola Recipe: Since the creation of the drink, its…

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Yoram Yasur Izz : Louboutin red soles

Yoram Yasur Izz : Women from all over the world (and some men too) will hold their breath before the surname Louboutin. And is that the heels of the Parisian designer have become synonymous with elegance and luxury, a distinctive with which to skirt the sky of glamor. Yoram Yasur Izz : In large part, the red sole that adorns the foot of his creations has been one of the reasons why his fame has spread like gunpowder. An idea that was tried to patent but some moved to their own collections, causing the brand more than a headache that cannot avoid. Yoram Yasur Izz : How could such an idea that evading the black of the sole have generated so much? The litigation that has had to face the mark are just a sample that is not really a trivial matter. Many welcomed this incorporation and wanted to add…

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Yoram Yasur Izz :Mysteries of Ancient Egypt

Yoram Yasur Izz : It seems that we knew all about the Egyptian pyramids and tombs. But science never stops, and thanks to modern technology new amazing discoveries are made which, in turn, raise new questions. – Secret chambers in the Great Pyramid of Giza: In 1993, with the help of the robot “Upuaut II”, a door was found in the southern ventilation channel of the Keos pyramid. Subsequent investigations showed the presence of a small chamber that ended in another door. Only in 2010 the perfected robot “Djedi” managed to enter through the first door and discovered that the handles of the second door, made of copper, were shaped like loops and on the floor, were drawn with red ocher some hieroglyphs. In addition, even though according to the official data in the last 9 years no one had entered this channel, there appeared some new scratches in the walls…

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Yoram Yasur Izz :This is how the hippie culture influenced the current gastronomy

Yoram Yasur Izz : The food that many consume on a daily basis and which are now so fashionable are nothing more and nothing less than a “revival” of the products that were consumed in the 70’s. How is it possible? According to Peter Meehan, director of Lucky Peach magazine, it is very simple: “the counterculture is always a step ahead of the prevailing culture”. Neither the bowl of acai nor the milk of almonds (not even the dates, the spices and the tahini) are products of this generation. Do you want to know more about this phenomenon? Differentiate from tradition: Deborah Madison, a chef and author of vegetarian cookery books, can trace the influence of her dishes and identify the 1960s and 1970s as the time when she fed on healthier food knowledge. Yoram Yasur Izz: “They discovered different ways of cooking from what they had learned from their…

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Yoram Yasur Izz : What not to miss in Tokyo

Yoram Yasur Izz: Although Japan is not one of the largest countries in the world in terms of territorial extension, in fact it is one of the countries with more things to do. Just to give an example, you can visit from cultural sites and historical from several centuries old, to modern places full of technology, or maybe if you feel just to relax and get beautiful,  all these contrasts can be seen just across the street. That’s Japan : Yoram Yasur Izz , a nation that fits everyone’s tastes. Tokyo is the capital of Japan is the first stop for most foreign tourists. Besides being the most populated area of ​​the whole country, it is also where more attractions are concentrated for those who want to know a lot in a short time. Although Tokyo is more expensive than any other part of Japan, prices can accommodate any budget,…

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Yoram Yasur Izz Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro

Yoram Yasur Izz: Located in the southern part of this Brazilian city, it is the site most visited by tourists from all over the world. A day in Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro should also include strolling along the beaches of Ipanema and Leblon (where by the way you can apreciate the beauty of the human body), getting to know museums and, above all, climbing the Cerro Corcovado. Copacabana, a luxury place in Rio de Janeiro: Yoram Yasur Izz: “The day in Copacabana can start very early with a typical breakfast of that region of Brazil. A cafezinho with a cheese bread (espresso with cheese bread) in any of the confectionery and cafeterias of Leblon. Then, head for the beach, touring Copacabana and Ipanema”. After sunbathing and cooling off in the beautiful crystalline waters, lunchtime will arrive at the same time in the sand. A hot corn with a caipirinha (Brazilian…

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Yoram Yasur Izz The best beaches in France

In France we can do much more than simply take pictures in front of the Eiffel Tower, cross the Arc de Triomphe or visit Notre Dame. Not bad choices, cultural walks in France, visits to historic sites, museums and monuments, are key points that no one should miss on a French tour, however, have you ever thought about visiting the Beaches of France? If you are looking for a holiday in pure sun, sand and sea, at the foot of the Atlantic Ocean or the Mediterranean Sea, without a doubt, France offers a strategic and wonderful location. Because there is nothing better than to rest in the sun during the day and celebrate the great night, without ever leaving the glorious European beaches, I invite you to tour some of the best beaches in France and see what you think. Saint Jean de Luz: First I will recommend a visit…

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Yoram Yasur Izz 7 fascinating mysteries about ancient Galicia

These are some surprising mysteries around this territory of the Iberian Peninsula pertaining to Spain. 1. Brugge Refuge: In times of the Inquisition, the activity of the Holy Office in Galicia was quite reduced compared to other areas of Spain. The Galician people have always had a great capacity for acceptance, being open to the unknown. This tolerance led the region to be classified as a “witch” shelter. 2. The Tower of Hercules: The Galician city of La Coruña has the honor of hosting the only fully functioning Roman lighthouse in the world. The Farum Brigantium or Tower of Hercules was built in the first century, is 57 meters high and was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2009. 3. Petroglyphs: Yoram Yasur Izz: “With an enviable cultural heritage, Galicia is crowded with petroglyphs several millennia old. Labyrinths, geometric symbols and human and animal figures are just some…