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Christmas is coming, and it is not all about Santa Claus! Though he is certainly the star of the 25th of December in many countries of the world, other spectacular gift bringers have been around for quite a while now. We have listed the most famous Christmas gift bringers in the world, so, let’s the magic begin!

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This upcoming January, Elvis Presley would have been 80 years of age, had it not been for the unfortunate circumstances of 1977. Is it possible that good old Elvis is on a tropical island somewhere drinking Singapore Slings with Tupac and Princess DI?

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Believed by the ancient Egyptians to be a plant which symbolized and granted immortality, mushrooms are one of the most intriguing and visually beautiful plants in the world. Edible varieties could be found in several delicious Italian recipes, the most famous of which is probably the Risotto with Porcini Mushrooms.

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Geishas and their myth are one of the symbols of Japan, where they are seen as the epithome of culture and grace, full of puzzling mystery.
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Located in the state of Louisiana, New Orleans is the largest city and metropolitan area of the state, as well as one of the United States’ biggest ports. The city was named after the well-known Duke of Orleans, and it is famous all around the world for its distinct and unique architectural style that encompasses French and Spanish elements.
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Since the first Italian Grand Prix was held in 1950, the fans, scale and grandeur of the event has kept growing. The race will be held at the royal park of Monza on the outskirts of Milan. This is just 30 minutes from Milan and a short distance from the stunning Lake Como. Here are a few fun facts you surely didn’t know about the famous Italian Formula One race ! Grand Prix of Monza

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Crocodile meat is widely regarded as a delicacy in Australia – let’s see where you can eat it the best way!

where to eat crocodile in Australia

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If you are into unusual accommodations, the Jumbo Stay Hostel is definitely for you!
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The Statue of Liberty is one well-known landmark, but how well do you really know her? Read our fun facts & find out.

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If you have been to Italy or eaten at a restaurant that served authentic Italian food including desserts, you may have had gelato and assumed it was just a type of Italian ice-cream. The truth is, gelato and ice-cream are two different things altogether!

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Every so often, the Coliseum needs a good scrub. How do they do it? And do they like it?

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Limoncello, the golden lemon-flavoured liqueur many of us love and appreciate, is one of the most popular after-meal drinks in Italy and in the world. Discover more about it!
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While there are so many places in the world where the German football squad would have been sent for training prior to the 2014 World Cup, the German Football Association picked South Tyrol yet again. Let’s find out why!

South Tyrol

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Finland has some laws that are considered quirky, and others that make it seem the most sensible country in the world. Here are just a few weird and wonderful facts about this great country.

fun facts finland

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If you are a great fan of Michael Jackson, you may want to visit some of the high quality hotels that he encountered during his long and successful career. Michael visited some of the worlds best hotels and left a lasting mark on some. Here is a few of the most famous places that Michael has visited.

hotels where michael Jackson has stayed

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