Diablada is the traditional Bolivian carnival, which is under UNESCO protection as a "verbal-visual heritage of mankind".
"Anata" translated from the aymara language means "the game". Originally it was the carnival of Indian civilizations of pre-Columbian era, which was celebrated during the wet season in the highlands of the Andes, and it symbolizes the gratitude of the peasants to Pachamama (Mother Earth)
San Cristobal – a galapagos town is famous for the fact that the seals live right on the streets. The seals occupy all benches and don´t pay any attention to the people
Bombonera is one of the most famous football stadiums in the world. Diego Maradona called Bombonera "temple of the world’s football."
The carnival of Potosi is a traditional feast of miners which are living and working in one of the highest mine in the world
Hinchada is a Latin-American name for football fans. Argentinian hinchada is considered one of the largest in the world.
Pascua Toro (Bull Easter) is the traditional holiday of the inhabitants of the Peruvian town of Ayacucho. This holiday is famous for colorful running of the bulls through the streets of the town.
"Beetles" is a story about The Volkswagen Beetle (Volkswagen Käfer) which was discontinued in 2003. Since 1938 had been produced more than 20 million vehicles
This story is a study of the lives of two small apartments, situated very far from each other. One in Argentina and another one in Russia
In 2007, Machu Picchu was included in the list of new seven wonders of the World. This permitted to attract an unprecedented amount of people from all over the world. Every day about two thousand tourists visit Machu Picchu.
The Buenos Aires Carnival is an annual event that takes place during the Carnival festivities, usually at the end of February on the streets of Buenos Aires. During the days of the event take place murga parades, colorful customs, water bombs and many other amusement activities.
Traditional cooking of pelmeni (dumplings) in a small provincial town situated nearby Urals Mountains
Cockfights are one of the most popular entertainments in Cuba. The cockfights are officially banned, but the majority of Cubans do not pay any attention to that.
It's a little story about the last day of one ordinary goose, lived in the household of one Ural farmer
As a result of the development of digital technology in the last decade, almost every self-respecting tourist got a digital camera. In this day it´s almost impossible to imagine the people contemplating the wonders of nature and culture without simple point-and-shoot camera
Semana Santa (Holy Week) is a week prior to Easter in the Catholic Church. The Peruvian town of Ayacucho is famous all over the country for its Easter celebrations
Bicycle touring gaining popularity in the world. Crossing Americas from north to south by Pacific coast is very popular rout too.
August-September of 2007 took place a speleological expedition to the deepest cave of the world named Krubera.
This is the story of how passion for football through the personality of one player can unite totally unknown people who from different parts of the world
Football is a most popular game in the world. This story tells about football as one of the basic phenomena of everyday life in Latin America
Due to the constant flow of migrant workers from Central Asia Eid al-Adha becoming more and more massive holiday in Moscow. In 2012, about 50 thousand Muslims were present at the streets near the Cathedral mosque - the main Muslim temple in Moscow
In February 2014 in Sochi will be celebrated XXII Winter Olympic Games, first Winter Olympics in the history of Russia. This story is about Sochi a one year before the 2014 Olympics.