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Lights, camera, motor… Ice cream!

Lights, camera, motor… Ice cream!

“Why was the world created? In order to eat ice cream” – lines from a children’s song by the famous composer Grigoriy Gladkov perfectly convey...
Heartbreak Museum – Real Love Stories

Heartbreak Museum – Real Love Stories

In addition to traditional art and history museums, there are not quite ordinary ones, for instance, the Museums of Broken Hearts in the capital of...
Baby for millions: to the Barbie birthday

Baby for millions: to the Barbie birthday

The beauty ideal, a fashion icon, top model, and also girls dream toy – and all this is about her, beautiful and inimitable Barbara Millicent...
Logo-legends: the evolution of successful brands

Logo-legends: the evolution of successful brands

In modern world, logos are all around us. Enterprises produce branded and trade badges, emblems, abstract labels and other original tracing for brand recognition. By...
Children in social networks: for or against

Children in social networks: for or against

Social networks occupy an increasingly important and significant part in the life of a modern person. And gradually draw children into their orbit. At the...
Anime movies worth watching

Anime movies worth watching

Japanese anime is a unique animation that has gained popularity all over the world. The variety of genres and styles, the characteristic manner of drawing...
Turkmen khuvdi

Turkmen khuvdi

Khuvdi (in Turkmen - “hüwdi”) - a verse in a musical tone, which is a type of folk art, is mainly performed by mothers for...
Oraza, the holy month of the Turkmen People

Oraza, the holy month of the Turkmen People

In the Muslim tradition there are very bright days that last a month, and this month is called Oraza. For centuries, the Turkmen people have symbolized...
Turkmen jewelry: the charm of ancient mystery

Turkmen jewelry: the charm of ancient mystery

Turkmen jewelry art is an integral part of the national cultural heritage, rooted in the depths of millennium. The archaeological excavations in the early settlements...