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Fijet Croatia celebrated World Tourism Day in Vukovar under the theme "Culture, tourism and tourism potentials in continental Croatia"
Fijet Croatia celebrated World Tourism Day in Vukovar under the theme "Culture, tourism and tourism potentials in continental Croatia" 28 september 2022

his year World Tourism Day relates encouragement to the world of travel and tourism. On 27th of September, World Tourism Day was celebrated in countries around the globe. UNWTO celebrated this day in Bali, as the official host of World Tourism Day.The official celebrations brought together Fijet  Croatia members,leaded by Tina Cubrilo, the President,  regional and local medias,  delegates from the City of Vukovar, City and County Tourist Offices, Tourist Office Zagreb and Sv. Ivan Zelina, high school professors and students  from 2nd and 4th High schools Zagreb and representatives from  the public sector of  Vukovar.  Hosted by the City  of Vukovar ,Tourist Office Vukovar and City Museums, with the support of Tourist office Zagreb, all  together with Fijet  Croatia united around the timely theme of rethinking and transforming the...
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Moors and Christians never understood each other better than at their party in Murcia
Moors and Christians never understood each other better than at their party in Murcia 22 september 2022

Text and photos: Enrique Sancho In Spain there are hundreds of parties and recreations that remember and try to reproduce some fundamental moments of our history. In many cases, these are clashes between cultures and races, between social positions, between kingdoms and kings. Romans against Carthaginians, imperialists against commoners, dynasty against dynasty... Taking into account the 800 years of Arab presence in the peninsula, inhabited mainly by Christians, battles and the peaceful coexistence of Christians and Moors (as the Romans baptized them) were also frequent. since they came from Mauretania, which was all of North Africa). It is estimated that in Spain there are more than 220 towns and cities that celebrate a festival of Moors and Christians, especially in the Valencian Community, Murcia and Andalusia, but there are also some in Catalonia, Castilla-La Mancha and even in...
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Morocco through the eyes of Karina Byalkova
Morocco through the eyes of Karina Byalkova 07 september 2022

Myths Versus Facts: Chamal, the Unknown Morocco If you're like most people, when you hear “Morocco” you probably imagine hot sand dunes with caravans of camels slowly winding their way through. No one would blame you - these are the images that travel agencies most frequently use to sell their Marrakech tours. Photographers also love to capture them - pictures of exotic experiences, such as sleeping under the stars in the desert, riding ATVs along the sand dunes or riding camels. As attractive as they are, such experiences create a rather limited image of the African country. Today I challenge you to dispel some of the most popular myths we tend to hold of that particular destination. Tangier - Morocco's European Ambition Chamal is the name locals give to the northern part of Morocco. Its center is the city of Tangier. Located only 14 km from the Spanish coast,...
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