It’s no secret that we’re nuts for Christmas traditions, decorating our house from wall to wall and immersing ourselves in celebrations. Here are five strange Christmas traditions from around the world, according to newsfirst.lk.
Sharjah-Yemen -Arabia’s Felix or the land of happiness and fortune was the center of focus at ‘Cultural Heritage Weeks’ organized by Sharjah Institute for Heritage (SIH), a specialized institution that preserves and promotes cultural heritage.
In a leafy street in Isfahan’s laid-back but ancient Jolfa quarter, away from Imam Square and the bazaar for which the city is renowned, the Isfahan Music Museum provides welcome refuge. A love letter to Iran’s rich musical heritage, the small museum is much more than a series of instruments hanging on a wall.
The book 'Silk Road Vegetarian: Vegan, Vegetarian and Gluten Free Recipes for the Mindful Cook', written by Dahlia Abraham-Klein, is a thoughtful and delicious collection of over 120 vegetarian recipes of the Silk Road.