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A picture of the Taj Mahal.

India: The Taj Mahal

Located on the right bank of the Yamuna River in the Agra District of Uttar Pradesh, the Taj Mahal is not only a highly recognized architectural achievement (and one of seven wonders of the modern…
A picture of Hallgrímskirkja Church with Northern Lights in the sky behind it.

Iceland: Hallgrímskirkja Church

The tallest church in Iceland stands at around 74 meters tall – about 245 feet – and has a name that is just as lengthy: Hallgrímskirkja, roughly pronounced as “hall-kreems-kirk-yuh.” It is located…
A person plays the violin for a group of people who are smiling.

Taiwan: Traditional Musical Instruments

Many musical instruments common in the US are also used in Taiwan – however, traditi
Two women in colorful clothing and jewelry hold a small Ghana flag.

Ghana: The country’s best festivals

There are around 70 major traditional festivals in Ghana annually that center around its culture and history, as well as many festivals that focus on art, food,
A person picking up a slice of thin crust pizza.

Germany: A guide to Flammkuchen (pizza)

Going to Germany will certainly provide you with a unique culinary experience – though not in the way that you might expect.
Woman in front of mural

Brazil: Street Art

In 2009, Brazil legalized street art – all the artist needs is permission from the property owner.
Two young girls laugh at a dining table in a restaurant

Japanese Idioms and Expressions

Many elements of Japanese culture are prevalent in American life.
Two teenage girls are watching something on a laptop and both laughing

South Korean Television and Movies

Watching movies and television from a specific country provides viewers with a window into the nation’s culture.
A man wearing green shorts and a green t-shirt practices using bamboo stilts in a field

Unique Sports in Indonesia

The Olympics provide an opportunity for viewers to learn about new sports around the world.

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