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An interesting look Abu Dhabi is the Mina Fish Market, which anchors the city’s corniche. One can view an aspect of family life--and overfishing.
Carlo Catani was at a wine show in Italy two years ago when an idea struck him: what if he were able to convince Italian winemakers to make wine using the traditional Georgian method of fermenting it in large clay vessels known as kvevri?
Eugenia Maximova has entered hundreds of houses in the Balkans, asking only one thing: show me the kitchen.
To raise awareness about the world's largest solar bridge, SolarCentury surprised London commuters at a station to serve them a free cup of tea brewed in the world's largest tea cup.
Among the eye-catching and eye-opening sights in Delhi is the spice bazaar along Khari Baoli road.
With all the attention on the negotiations over Iran's controversial nuclear program, it's easy to miss some of the other important developments in that country, such as the burger boom that's taking place in Tehran.
Georgia claims it has averted an accidental encroachment on its sovereignty by one of the world's most powerful forces. No, not by Russia. By McDonald's.
At Divle, on the Anatolian plateau in Turkey, the traditional “tulum” cheese has for centuries been preserved in sheep and goat skins inside a deep cave at the edge of the village.
Settled for thousands of years, Al Ain Oasis is well worth exploring for an hour or so when you travel to this comforting desert city.
The outermost island in the Cres-Losinj archipelago, Unije has always given its inhabitants precious, but limited, resources. Today the island, off the beaten track of mass tourism, is trying to preserve its centuries old delicate balance.
Traditionally, New Year’s in Armenia is a time for dolma, honey cake and pork legs. Not for smoked crocodile.
Turkey's baklava from the southeastern city of Gaziantep is now a registered product boasting the EU's "protected status."