Svalbard Marathon 2018

The only marathon in the world with polar bear guards. A unique running experience at 78 degrees north.

World Bodypainting Festival 2015, Austria

The 18th edition of the World Bodypainting Festival saw more than 45 nations competing. The event took place between 3 and 5 July in P√∂rtschach am W√∂rthersee, Austria.¬†The annual festival sees artists compete in a […]

Wave-Gotik-Treffen, Lipzig 2015

Wave-Gotik-Treffen is the largest Wave Gothic meeting in the world. This¬†annual world festival for “dark” music and arts in Leipzig attracts weird costumes from the bizarre ¬†subculture with Gothic rock bands, church tours and literature […]

Osi Ugonoh – Poland’s Next Top Model 2014!

Do you remember Osi Ugonoh? She¬†was born in Poland to Nigerian parents, moved to Ireland with her family when she was eleven years of age;¬†The winner of Miss Africa in ¬†Ireland 2012.¬†Recently, Osi has won […]

The most colorful World Bodypainting Festival 2013

The World Bodypainting Festival 2013 in P√∂rtschach has recently ended. P√∂rtschach became for a week the most colourful place on Earth. ¬†The participants came from every continent, with representatives from Colombia and Brazil, Canada and […]

Miss Africa Ireland 2012

The winner of Miss Africa Ireland 2012 is Osuemhe Ugonoh, an 18 years old Nigerian girl studying

FGM Miss Ethnic of Ireland 2013

The FMG Miss Ethnic Ireland 2013,¬†at a contest held in Dublin in the Westin Hotel,¬†has¬†recently ended. The winner is¬†Sheelan Yousefizadeh, a student representing Iran. Each time this event brings together young people from all over […]

Dublin Zombie Walk 2012

Dublin Zombie Walk 2012. On Saturday, August 4th, this lively bunch, dressed in amazingly creative costumes, walked from St. Stephens Green to Temple Bar to raise money for two exceptionally worthy causes, the Irish Cancer Society and Barnardos.

Tykocin (Tiktin, ◊ė◊ô◊ß◊ė◊ô◊ü)

Tykocin¬†(Tiktin, ◊ė◊ô◊ß◊ė◊ô◊ü) is an old, small town in north-eastern Poland, with 1,800 inhabitants (1998), located on the¬†Narew¬†river. The name of Tykocin was first mentioned in the 11th century. In 1522 the noble family of Gashtold, […]