Lions of Budapest

As you may know, Budapest consists of 2 “separate” cities – Buda and Pest, which are connected by several bridges over Danube river. The most famous from those bridges is The Chain Bridge, which was the first permanent stone-bridge built in the city. Except being famous in Budapest, this 380 meter long and 16 meter … More Lions of Budapest

The Cutest Primate Living in Brazil – Marmoset Monkey

Say hi to this curious Common Marmoset monkey πŸ’ which is the funniest creature that you can meet in any park of Rio de Janeiro. Scientific name of this primate is Callithrix jacchus. They’re also known as the White-tufted-ear or Cotton-eared Marmoset because of a white blaze on the forehead and white ear tufts. πŸ™ˆYou … More The Cutest Primate Living in Brazil – Marmoset Monkey

Christmas in Armenia

Why are Armenians the only Christians in the world to celebrate Christmas on tbe 6th of January and not on the 25th of December?The reason is not in the difference between the old and the new calendar. Historically, all Christian churches celebrated Christ’s birth on January 6th until the 4th century. According to Roman Catholic … More Christmas in Armenia

Gangapurna Glacier Lake

Village Manang in Nepal is the almost obligatory acclimatization stop for most trekkers on the Annapurna Circuit. Here just in 15 minutes walk from the village, you can see also Gangapurna lake at altitude of 3540m which feeds from a glacier slipping down the slopes of Mt. Gangapurna (7454m), Annapurna IV (7525m), Khangsar Kang and … More Gangapurna Glacier Lake

Mystery of Kagbeni

Kagbeni can be a real paradise for those who love to feel the mystery. This is a village in the Upper Mustang of the Himalayas in Nepal, located in the valley of the Kali Gandaki River. From one side this is like a small oasis in that dusty desert, as all around are empty mountains, but … More Mystery of Kagbeni