Author: Ivana Tucak

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Goulash: Culinary Icon of the Hungarian Puszta

There is always something special about the history of a certain dish, a unique blend of flavors, savors, and tastes. When you try Hungarian goulash, its enticing flavor and smell lead back to a bygone era when the vast Hungarian Puszta echoed with the calls of nomadic herders and shepherds. It was during these times, around the 9th century, that goulash emerged as a humble yet healthful dish, marking the inception of a culinary legacy that would endure for centuries.

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Splendors of the Adriatic: Seaside Inspiration in Alluring Jewelry

Picturesque little towns, turquoise-clear waters, and calming landscapes that fill you with some inner calm are just some of the reasons why the Adriatic Sea has been a source of inspiration for artists and artisans throughout history.

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A Calling Forged by Enemy Fire: Max Lauker and Antonio Garcia on Life of Deception and War on Terror 

These lines are from a fascinating story about a man whose career was shaped by the War on Terror, a real-life concept that existed for a while. The story is in a book called “Number 788,” written by Max Lauker and Antonio Garcia. It’s all about his time in the Swedish Special Operations, getting ready for NATO and the War on Terror.

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20th Century Fashion: Interview with Luci Estrada

As it’s very interesting how fashion plays a very important role in the culture and history of a certain country and the world in general, we talked with Luci about fashion, history, culture…

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Poland’s Gothic Masterpiece: Malbork Castle’s Enchanting Echoes of Tumultuous Past

This grand fortress, often referred to as Malbork Castle, a building of exceptional aesthetics reflects some of the most interesting parts of Polish history. 

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