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  • Halloween

    by Sysu90 | 24th of October, 2014

    Halloween is a celebration of Celtic origin, taken today by many people in the Western world, spreading it in the nineteenth century by Irish immigrants in the United States. It is celebrated on the night of October 31, although in some countries the celebration date varies... More
  • Ambubachi Festival 2014

    by Buddha13 | 6th of July, 2014

      Ambubachi Mela (Festival), the most important festival celebrated at Maa Kamakhya Temple atop the Nilachal Hills in Guwahati, the capital city of India's northeastern state of Assam. This yearly mela is celebrated during the monsoon season that happens to fall during... More
  • A Traditional Culture Dance in Jogja

    by Purnawan | 8th of April, 2014

    Have you ever hear Jogja? The complete name is Jogjakarta a district / province in beautiful Indonesia. People often knows Jogja with many culture tradition. Some beautiful object for tourism like Prambanan Temple and Borobudur Temple are not far from Jogja. In Jogja,... More
  • I wish you all the age of horse is happy!

    by Hanbaoluan | 27th of January, 2014

    China's traditional lunar festival - the Spring Festival (2014 year of the horse), is coming, this is also the Chinese people the most solemn festival in a year.Here's wishing "DT" friends a happy New Year, May you last come into a good fortune! More
  • ... By Bread Alone

    by Elianehaykal | 16th of October, 2013

    A staple food in most cultures, bread is universal and so a symbol of unity. An event was created a few years ago: World Bread Day, it's celebrated on October 16th :) What I learned is that it's a world-wide event where bakers & bloggers bake bread, share... More
  • Love padlock are italian tradition only?

    by Fallostupido | 17th of June, 2013

    Hello, probably thise is a stupid blog' but I am curious about a thing. In italy there is a tradition that two lovers put a padlock with their name . In my town, Lecce,italy, the padlocks are in the most important square. These tradition is it present in other city? More
  • Tradition of medieval nativity scenes

    by Baldas1950 | 23rd of January, 2013

    It is a tradition in the small towns and villages of Italy to organize nativity scenes during the Christmas until January 6, the day of Epiphany. These nativities are often in "medieval style". In the village of Canale Monterano, about 50 km north of Rome, this year the... More
  • Thanksgiving Memories

    by Karenfoleyphotography | 22nd of November, 2012

    Thanksgiving is a time to share old memories and create new ones with the important people in our lives. Every year is a new opportunity to create lasting impressions with friends and family. My favorite Thanksgiving was the time in my 20's a friend and I took the... More
  • Romanian traditions - part 2

    by Razvanxr | 13th of November, 2012

    At the end of the last month (on 27th October 2012) I was asked to drive someone at a fair, 50 km away from my town. He told me the traditional craftsmen from Slatina will be there. For me, it is always a joy to meet this people. But, usually, at this fairs nothing especially... More
  • Romanian traditions

    by Razvanxr | 1st of November, 2012

    One of my favorite photographic themes is Romanian traditions. And when I say this, I mean traditional clothing, traditional crafts, traditional houses and the way the romanian peasants lived their life. One of the most remarkable facts is the romanian peasant was always... More
  • Ritual ceremony

    by Jianbinglee | 6th of June, 2012

    people is the fundamental reason of the cultural gene. solemn, very unique. More
  • Baking Brussels Waffles a Tradition in Belgium

    by 7horses | 15th of November, 2011

    In Belgium every year on 11 novembre there is a great tradition of baking Brussels Waffels. Last weekend I was with wife and daughters with my parrents. The whole family was there together and my father was baking waffles for all of them. I helped with baking but couldn't... More
  • Undiscovered traditions

    by Nicku | 29th of June, 2011

    The majority of us know about famous traditions or holidays like Saint Patrick's Day , 4th July or Halloween; but not many know about some incredible local traditions from certain countries or regions. I want to tell you about a local tradition from Romania, north... More
  • Chinese traditional drama, part two: Pingju Opera

    by Photoexpress | 18th of April, 2011

    Pingju Opera is the second largest opera in China, next to Beijing(Peking) Opera. It was originated in Tangshang, an eastern city in Hebei province, in circa 1909. Now it is very popular in the North and Northeast of China. Combined the art "Bengbeng", "bangzi" and "Laozi"... More
  • Kalyug? Maybe! For me its just a change!

    by Thefinalmiracle | 20th of March, 2011

    Meerabai - a saint, a singer, one of the only devotees and lover of Lord Krishna! An icon from Rajasthan and one of the leading saints of the Vaishnava Bhakti Movement. It might be a myth or a reality but her love for Krishna symbolized the ideal love for many of her own... More
  • Join my new collection, "Traditional people from Peru"

    by Chicco7 | 25th of February, 2011

    My new collection includes pictures of native and traditional people from Peru, in particular members of Quechua ethnic groups, that still mantain their millenary culture, dressing in colorful wool and alpaca hand-emroidered clothes, and living in contact with the nature.... More
  • Following the tradition: 100 images online celebration!

    by Physi28 | 1st of October, 2010

    Following our tradition of sharing our happiness as soon as we have uploaded the first 100 images: yesterday I managed! Now going for the 200st.. All the best for all DTers! See Article
  • introdutction of Chinese shuttlecock

    by Keung1616 | 9th of June, 2010

    Chinese shuttlecock is a traditional leisure sport in china. It was invented more 500 years ago. the Shuttlecock is made of paper and feather. participants are required to kick the shuttlecock and keep it in the air. it is suitable for 6-60. in the past 20 years, chinese... More
  • Photography in the Veins?

    by Russelllinton | 23rd of January, 2010

    I'll try to avoid turning this into one of those ego-stroking bios some professionals go into. You know, those really "deep" "meaningful" pitches about how great an artist they are. Those blurbs peppered with artistic styles, names, favorite painters, their lifelong inspirations... More
  • Traditional Winter Festival

    by smartview27 | 4th of January, 2010

    Tradition. Such a wonderful word. Happy people, beautiful winter, lovely atmosphere! Saturday, December 19, in the 2009 edition of the Winter Festival 20 rural groups passed along the main street of Iasi, Romania. Accompanied by music and colinde (carols), 20 rural... More

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