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Tourist sign

Tourist sign, often referred to as a brown sign, road sign, whose purpose is to guide visitors to tourist destinations, such as historic buildings, tourist regions, caravan or camping sites, picnic areas, sports facilities and museums. Under the ...

                                               

Tourist trolley

A tourist trolley, also called a Road trolley, rubber-tired bus is designed to resemble an old-style streetcar or tram, usually with fake lights on the roof. The vehicle, usually running on diesel fuel and compressed natural gas. The name refers ...

                                               

Travel technology

Travel technology is the application of information technology and information and communication technologies in tourism and hospitality industry. Some form of travel technology is flight tracking, travel planning through online travel Agency and ...

                                               

Travelers' diarrhea

Travelers diarrhea stomach and intestinal infections. TD is defined as passage of unformed stool during the trip. This may be accompanied by spasms in abdomen, nausea, fever and bloating. Sometimes bloody diarrhea can occur. Most travelers to rec ...

                                               

Velvet season

Velvet season-a term for one of the most convenient parts of the year for people to live in the subtropics, especially in Mediterranean climatic conditions. During the peak season, the weather is not as hot as in the middle of summer, but still w ...

                                               

Welcome sign

A welcome sign is a road sign on the border of a region that introduces or welcomes guests to the region. Examples of welcome signs can be found near political borders, such as when entering a state, province, County, city, or town, and they are ...

                                               

Airhead (subculture)

"Dummy," also known as trixie ", bitch ", or just basic ", is a slang term in American popular culture derogatory to describe middle class white women who are perceived primarily as products of basic directions, trends, or music. "Dummy" dates ba ...

                                               

Body modification

Body modification is the deliberate changing of human anatomy or appearance of a person. This is often done for aesthetics, sexual enhancement, rites, religious beliefs, to display group membership or affiliation, in memory of life experiences, t ...

                                               

Coolhunting

Coolhunting is a neologism, coined in the early 1990-ies, referring to the marketing professionals who make observations and projections of changes existing or new "cool" cultural fads and trends. Coolhunting also called "trend spotting" and is a ...

                                               

Counter-flows

Counter flow is the movement of culture from one place to the other mobile entities, which can have a positive or negative impact or influence on society. This is not from the "West", but two-way traffic. Counter flows can be seen through the med ...

                                               

Cultural views on the navel

Cultural views navel vary significantly. In some cultures, the navel is seen as sexual and cultural significance, and its extract was subjected to various cultural norms and taboos, is based on the concept of modesty. Opinions, customs and fashio ...

                                               

Diffusion (business)

Diffusion is the process by which a new idea or new product is accepted by the market. The rate of diffusion is the speed with which a new idea spreads from one consumer to another. The adoption is similar to diffusion except that it deals with t ...

                                               

Indigo Era

The era of Indigo, or "Indigo economy" is a concept first made public in early 2016 international businessman Mikhail Fridman, co-founder of Letterоne, international investment business. He used the term to describe what he sees as the emerging n ...

                                               

Information Age

The information age is a historical period from the beginning of the 20th century and is characterized by rapid shift from traditional industry that the industrial revolution brought through industrialization to an economy based primarily on the ...

                                               

List of facial hairstyles

                                               

Normcore

Normcore is a unisex fashion trend characterized by unpretentious, normal looking clothes. Normcore fashion includes jeans, t-shirts, hoodies, button downs, pants, socks, and sneakers. The clothing is normcore when it is both attractive and comfo ...

                                               

Passion gap

Passion gap or Cape flats smile is a dental changes occurring in the Cape flats, Cape town, South Africa, in which people deliberately remove the upper front teeth for fashion and status. This practice is popular among the lower color grade and h ...

                                               

Peclers

Peclers consulting the "Trend" Agency was founded in 1970. With more than 40 years of experience in the industry, Peclers consults with several brands and creative personalities in trend analysis, consumer reports, and brand strategy. The creativ ...

                                               

PVC clothing

PVC clothing is shiny clothing made of the plastic polyvinyl chloride. PVC plastic is often called "vinyl", and this kind of clothing commonly known as "vinyl clothing". PVC is sometimes confused with the similar shiny patent leather. The terms " ...

                                               

Radical chic

"Radical chic" is a term coined by journalist Tom Wolfe in his 1970 essay "radical chic: that party at Lennys" to describe the adoption and promotion of radical political causes by celebrities and high society. In languages such as English, Frenc ...

                                               

Retro style

Retro style is style that is consciously derivative or imitative of lifestyle, trends and art forms from historical past, including the music, modes, fashions, or attitudes. It may also be known as "vintage."

                                               

Vintage (design)

Vintage refers to an item from another era that is important and recognizable. This style can be applied for the interior design, decoration and other fields. Vintage design is popular and vintage items have risen in price. Outputs vintage design ...

                                               

Vs. (magazine)

Against. international fashion and lifestyle magazine published twice a year. With stylish design, luxury Fashion stories, editorial edge, and large format, glossy, print size, against. was founded by Jakob F. Stubkjær and Vibe Dabelsteen in 2005 ...

                                               

WGSN (trend forecasting)

WGSN is a trend forecasting company parent organization Ascential. The acquisition of WGSN was founded in 1998 in West London, the brothers Julian and Marc worth. Resources business-to-business publishing and exhibitions company, acquired the com ...

                                               

Yoruba tribal marks

In the Yoruba tribal marks are the scarifications that are specific identification and improvement of signs developed on the face or body of the Yoruba people. Tribal marks are part of the Yoruba culture and, as a rule, applied to the body by bur ...

                                               

2010 Arab Capital of Culture

In 2010, the capital of Arab culture was chosen Doha, Qatar. Arab capital of culture is an initiative undertaken by UNESCO, in the framework of cultural capital to promote and celebrate Arab culture and encourage cooperation in the Arab region. T ...

                                               

Alkap

Alkap is a form of Bengali folk performance popular in the districts of Murshidabad, Malda and Birbhum in West Bengal and ramchandrapur, Randajshahi in Bangladesh. It also includes adjacent areas of Jharkhand and Bihar such as Dumka and Purnia.

                                               

Arm and hammer

Arm and hammer is a symbol consisting of a muscular hand holding a hammer. Used in ancient times as a symbol of the God Vulcan, he came to be known as a symbol of industry, for example Smithing and gold-beating. It was used as a symbol in many di ...

                                               

Bashu culture

Your culture, sometimes also referred to as the Chongqing Sichuan culture, is the culture of Sichuan province and Chongqing city, China and surrounding areas, including parts of the neighbouring provinces of Yunnan and Guizhou, starting with the ...

                                               

Beni ʿAmir

Beni ʿAmir is a Moroccan Hilali tribe is of Arab origin, who settled in Morocco in the 12th century. The tribe is part of Tadla Confederation.

                                               

Black and red ware culture

Black and red ware culture of the late bronze and early iron age of India, Indian archaeological culture associated with the Indus valley civilization and South India. In the Western Gangetic plains of Western Uttar Pradesh it is dated to C. 1450 ...

                                               

Blackout Wednesday

Blackout Wednesday is a derogatory term for the night before Thanksgiving in the United States. This is due to drinking with very few people go to work on Thanksgiving, and most students are home to celebrate thanksgiving with their families, whi ...

                                               

Blood compact

The blood compact was an ancient ritual in the Philippines intended to seal a friendship or Treaty, or to confirm the agreement. The Contracting parties would cut their veins and pouring his blood into a Cup filled with a liquid, such as wine, an ...

                                               

Blue rinse

Blue rinse is a dilute hair dye used to reduce the yellowed appearance of grey or white hair. Benjamin Netanyahu is a well-known politician who uses this style Blue rinse has gained popularity after Jean Harlows appearance in the 1930 film, Hells ...

                                               

Bobby soxer (music)

Bobby girl is a term for a very zealous fan of the 1940-ies of traditional pop music, in particular singer Frank Sinatra. Bobby soxers, as a rule, were teenage girls in high schools and colleges, which received its name from the Bobby socks that ...

                                               

Bobo (socio-economic group)

Bobo comes from the word used to describe the socio-economic bourgeois-Bohemian group in France, the French equivalent of the English concept of "champagne socialist". The term is widely being used in Paris, France where this is going. Geographer ...

                                               

Body hopping

Body hopping is the fictional ability and desire to possess people in quick succession. A body hopper can transfer quickly from one physical body to another physical body with little or no resistance and few Conditions on moving on to a new body, ...

                                               

Bomb Culture

Culture bombs are books Jeff Nuttall about the counter-culture in London, which was first published in 1968. It reflects the impact of the threat of nuclear war, describing the importance of pop music as the Beatles and counterculture figures as ...

                                               

Brisbane International Boat Show

International Boat Show in Brisbane is the largest indoor only boat show in the southern hemisphere, the international Boat Show in Brisbane is a landmark event of marine Queensland. The first exhibition was held in 1961. The show took place in t ...

                                               

William Burdett-Coutts (promoter)

William Burdett-Coutts, the founder and Director of theatre and Comedy promotion company Assembly, one of the largest operators of place in Edinburgh, the worlds largest arts festival. He was born in Zimbabwe and began his career as a theatre Dir ...

                                               

Čechie

Čechie is the personification of the Czech nation, which was used in the 19th century as a reaction to the personification of competitive nationalism in the face of Germany or Austria.

                                               

Charlie Noble

Charlie noble smoke stack in the galley of the ship. Around 1850, a British merchant service captain, Charles noble, upon learning that the stack ships the galley was made of copper, ordered that it be bright. Since then the crew of the ships had ...

                                               

Coloured hat

In Tibetan Buddhist cultures, the coloured hats are sometimes used to symbolize the various abstract concepts. Several sects are distinguished by the color of the cap: The red hat Nyingma, Sakya, and Kagyu sects. Yellow hat – sect Gelug. Black ha ...

                                               

Come Home Year

Come home year is a canadian civic event for many towns that encourages a return to his hometown. Due to significant economic migration from small rural settlements these events attract many generations to celebrate. In 2000, there was a provinci ...

                                               

Commercial Alert

Commercial alert is a project of public citizen, consumer protection, nonprofit organization. Commercial alert opposes advertising to children and the commercialization of culture, education, and government. He works on issues such as commerciali ...

                                               

Coorie

Coorie is a Scots word meaning "to stoop, to bend, to cringe, Crouch for protection"and "snuggle, Nestle". It was awarded and is positioned as a trend way of life, similar to the Scandinavian concept of hygge, which includes such ideas as comfort ...

                                               

Creole Renaissance

The Creole Renaissance is a movement which established Creole as legitimate literary language, started in large part to authors like Felix Morisseau-Leroy, who successfully fought to make Creole the language of literary, informative, and the offi ...

                                               

Crescent Arts Centre

Arts centre Crescent is an arts centre based in the Victorian era in a historic building in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It was founded in 1980 and the building was completely renovated between 2008 and 2010. The centre offers a wide range of cultu ...

                                               

Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington

In the "Cultural Alliance" greater Washington works to increase appreciation, support and resources for arts and culture in the greater Washington, DC, USA. With more than 300 member organizations, Programming CAGW includes: CultureCapital.com is ...

                                               

Cultural depictions of Anne, Queen of Great Britain

Anne, Queen of great Britain, is depicted in novels, cinema and television. Anne was played by Margaret Tyzack in the 1969 BBC TV film the first Churchills. Elizabeth Spriggs portrayed her in the 2004 BBC drama BBC documentary Wren: the man who b ...

                                               

Cultural encoding

Cultural coding is a process in which the site or linked site "coded" language, symbols, or representative of the style of a certain culture or subculture. "Encoding" refers to digital processes, the representative of the culture the site is self ...

                                               

Cultural history of Poland

The term cultural history refers both to an academic discipline and to its subject matter. Cultural history of Poland often combines the approaches of anthropology and history to look at the cultural traditions of Poland as well as interpretation ...

                                               

Cultural sensibility

Cultural sensibility refers to how sensibility belongs to the persons moral, emotional and aesthetic ideas and standards. This term should not be confused with the more common term "cultural sensitivity".

                                               

Culture of Grenada

Grenadas French colonists brought along their culture, as did the African slaves they brought across the Atlantic for agricultural work. The combination of these cultures is what you will find on this island. The Indians have also influenced the ...

                                               

Culture of Hunan

Hunan culture refers to the culture of the people based in the Hunan province of China. In the mountainous area of Hunan province separates it from the surrounding Chinese provinces, bringing its own distinctive features.

                                               

Culture of Saba

Savva culture bears the influences of its early settlers, among them English, Scottish, Africans and Dutch. Because Saba measures only five square miles and has a treacherous coastline, its population was always small. Today it has a population o ...

                                               

Culture of Tatarstan

The education system in the Republic is secular in nature. The literacy rate of the population as a whole is about 100%. Primary and secondary education is mandatory in grades 1-10. Students must take final exams at the end of the 10th grade to c ...

                                               

Culture of Togo

Togos culture reflects the influences of its 37 tribal ethnic groups, the largest and most influential of which are the ewe, Mina, and Kabye. French is the official language of the country, but many native African languages there. Despite the inf ...

                                               

Culture of Turkmenistan

The Turkmen people have traditionally nomads and equestrians, and even today, after the collapse of the USSR attempts urbanization Turkmens have not been very successful. They never formed a coherent nation or ethnic group until they were forged ...

                                               

Culture speculation

Culture speculation is the practice of raising or promotion of an area or region through direct investment or relocation in order to attract a pool of culture or cultural personalities. For example, the return of the owner of a jazz club in New O ...

                                               

Cunard Yanks

Company "Kunard" the Yankees were a young working class male British Cunard line home crew who worked on transatlantic supply routes from Liverpool to new York and Montreal, from the late 1940s to 1960-ies. Company "Cunard" Yankee associated with ...

                                               

Czech Vasek

Czech Vasek is a historical figure representing the national character of the Czech nation used during the national competition of German nationalism in the late 19th century.

                                               

Dark culture

Dark culture, also called dark alternative scene, includes Gothic and dark wave culture, electro subcultures and parts of the neofolk and post-industrial subculture. In this context, "culture" should not be understood as closed subculture, but as ...

                                               

Digital heritage

Digital heritage is the use of digital media in the service of preservation of cultural and natural heritage. Charter on the preservation of digital heritage UNESCO defines digital heritage as including "cultural, educational, scientific and admi ...

                                               

Dormogo Domotor

Dormogo Domotor is a fictional bear created by Hungarian writer Zsigmond Sebok and comparable to Winnie-the-Pooh. Dormogo Domotor also a magazine for children created in 1957, the state Ifjusagi Lapkiado. Logs of talisman is the aforementioned be ...

                                               

Dulaiya Dashnami Sanyasi Sampradaya

Dashnami Sampradaya Sannyasi Dulaiay community Dashnami of Banghushree, Dang in Nepal. They took a unique Hindu culture and rituals. They were believed to travel to Banghushree for the business of hospitality, where they used to serve people who ...

                                               

Europalia

Europalia is a major international arts festival held every two years to celebrate one of them suggested that the cultural heritage of the country. Europalia was established in Brussels in 1969, and from the beginning Europalia was designed to be ...

                                               

Fa'asamoa

Faasamoa or the FAAa Samoa means literally the Samoan ways. V-its a Samoan prefix that can be translated into English as the ways. The FAA can also mean to make or implement, as in Faatonu. In faasamoa is connected to the Faamatai or Samoan tradi ...

                                               

Finger heart

Heart finger is a gesture in which a person performs in a heart shape, using your index finger and thumb. In South Korea, is a famous symbol among K-pop stars, as stated above, and their fans and the people held with the thumb and forefinger. Fin ...

                                               

Finnish Maiden

She is a barefoot young woman in her mid-twenties with often braided blonde hair, blue eyes, wearing a blue and white national costume or a white dress. It was originally called aura after the Aura river in Turku. As a symbol, the Finnish maiden ...

                                               

Forefathers' Day

Fathers day is a holiday celebrated in Plymouth, Massachusetts, December 22. Its a celebration of the landing of the fathers-the pilgrims in Plymouth, Massachusetts, December 21, 1620. It was introduced in Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1769. Father ...

                                               

Frankfurt Christmas Market

The Frankfurt Christmas market is an annual outdoor Christmas market in downtown Frankfurt, Hessen, Germany. Christmas market opens in late November and continues until Christmas, generally, 22 December during advent. It occupies a large area in ...

                                               

Frankfurt Christmas Market, Birmingham

The Frankfurt Christmas market and craft market is an annual outdoor Christmas market and craft fair takes place in Birmingham city centre, England. The market began in 2001, with 24 in tents and has expanded every year. It opens in mid-November ...

                                               

Glass house effect

The effect of the "Glass house" because of a phenomenon caused by the realization that one is subject to widespread surveillance. In a corporate environment, transparency is a good idea, as it is believed that discourages corporate crime and othe ...

                                               

Go-to-bed matchbox

On the bed or in the bed matchboxes were a variety of match storage interesting window into the mid-to-late 19th century. Relatively small, about 6 cm in height, they were often made of metal of some kind, though sometimes of wood or ivory. Most ...

                                               

Grande sonnerie

Grundy of sonneries is a complication in a mechanical watch or clock which combines a striking mechanism with quarter repeater. Every quarter hour it strikes the number of quarter hours hear the Gong and then the number of hours since the last ho ...

                                               

Hand heart

Hand on heart-a gesture in which man forms a heart shape using your fingers. The strength of the heart, tend to be more popular among the younger generation. The inverted hand heart gesture was first noted in art in 1989, when Italian artist Maur ...

                                               

Heideweek

Heideweek is a week of festivities in Ede, the Netherlands. Every year, when the blossoming Heather notes. The people of Ede choose hit Queen and Princess. The parade goes through the centre and suburbs of Ede and celebration will be held at the ...

                                               

Heritage Council (Ireland)

The Council of heritage organization created by the Irish Government to "engage, educate and promote to achieve a broader understanding of the vital contribution that our heritage makes to our social, environmental and economic well-being." The h ...

                                               

Heritage Open Days

Heritage "open Days" is an annual celebration of Englands architecture and culture that allows visitors free access to historical landmarks that are either not usually open to the public, usually charge an entrance fee, or that will always find a ...

                                               

Hibernia (personification)

Hibernia as a national personification representing Ireland appeared in numerous cartoon and drawings, especially in the nineteenth century. As shown in frequent cartoons in punch, a magazine openly hostile to Irish nationalism, Hibernia was show ...

                                               

Human dartboard

Human target is a modern show, in which one person throws Darts at another person. Usually the thrower is the assistant to the goals or audience member. This law was popularized by the Jim rose circus, where it was performed by Jim, in the role o ...

                                               

Ibu Pertiwi

IBA of Pertiwi is a national personification of Indonesia, the allegory of Tanah air, the Indonesian Motherland. Since prehistoric times, tribes of the Indonesian archipelago often revered earth and nature spirits as a life giving mother, a femal ...

                                               

International Day For Monuments and Sites

International day of monuments and sites, also known as the world heritage day is an international observance held on April 18 every year all over the world with various activities, including visits to monuments and cultural heritage sites, confe ...

                                               

Itutu

Itutu, which literally translates as "cool" from the Yoruba language, Yoruba was used and more recently, Africanist art historians to describe the aesthetic that characterizes much of the Yoruba and some African-American art. In "Itutu" aesthetic ...

                                               

Jake the Alligator Man

Jake the alligator man is a so-called half-man, half-alligator creature on display, apparently mummified condition at Marshs free Museum, a tourist trap located at 409 South Pacific Avenue in long beach, Washington. It was purchased bogs for 0 in ...

                                               

Japanese puzzle

In English, the expression "Japanese puzzle" usually refers to logic puzzles, which were more popular in Japan than in the West, where word games dominate. The largest publisher of puzzle in Japan at the present time, Nikoli, see the associated a ...

                                               

Jerwood Space

Jerwood space is the place art at Bankside on Union street, Southwark, London. It features rehearsal studios, galleries, showrooms, meeting rooms, cafes, etc. Among the exhibits of contemporary art and photography throughout the building. The off ...

                                               

Jugate

In a jugate consists of two portraits side by side, to recommend to the viewer, the proximity to each other. Often this will be the presidential and Vice presidential candidates although sometimes a state or local candidate is included with a pre ...

                                               

Junk man

The junk is the term for a person who buys, trades, or collects disparate items of little or no value to their owners. Then this person tries to sell or exchange these items for profit in relation to other people and scrap metal.

                                               

Movses Khorenatsi medal

The Movses Khorenatsi medal of Armenias highest cultural award. He is represented by the President of Armenia to the people who have made a significant contribution to the development of Armenian culture. Painter, Richard Jeranian received the me ...

                                               

Cornelis Johannes Kieviet

Cornelis Johannes Kieviet was a Dutch teacher and writer of childrens literature. He was born in Hoofddorp and is best known for his stories about a boy named Dik Trom. The statue of Dik Trom sitting backwards on a donkey can be found on the main ...

                                               

Koman culture

In the Koman culture is the culture that originated in the 6th through 8th century ad in the area of Koman, Albania, and is considered to explain the transition from Illyrian population in Albania. The earliest finds around the Koman culture was ...

                                               

Komshi

Komsija or Komsiluk denotes the area of the Balkans. It was in the culture of the Balkan families to serve their neighbor. Balkan neighbors or komshis was a special relationship between them, be they Muslims, Christians or Jews. Their house had t ...

                                               

Leaving the nest

Leaving the nest or heading off refers to the young person moves into residential accommodation provided by their guardians, foster parents or parents. This step may be dictated by various factors, including the desire for independence, the openi ...

                                               

Lesesucht

Die Lesewut or die Lesesucht, are terms which describe a period in German history beginning of the XVIII century. Goethes the sorrows of young Werther and the movement of storm and stress are considered the catalyst for this event.

                                               

Letter of introduction

A letter of recommendation, along with a business card is an important part of polite social interaction in the 18th and 19th centuries. He continues to play an important role in formal situations, such as an Ambassador presenting his credentials ...

                                               

Loser (hand gesture)

Loser hand gesture made by extending the thumb and index finger leaving the other fingers closed to create the letter L, interpreted as "loser", and generally given as a demeaning sign. This is sometimes accompanied by a show of hands on the give ...

                                               

Mahjong culture

Mahjong is a strategy based game, developed during the reign of the Qing dynasty in China and has since spread around the world. The game has a long history and significance in many countries, especially in Asia. Places such as China and Japan ha ...

                                               

Malwa culture

Culture mallow was copper-stone age archaeological culture that existed in the region of Malwa in Central India and parts of Maharashtra in the Deccan Peninsula. This is mainly from to C. 1600 – C. 1300 BC, but calibrated radiocarbon dates sugges ...

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