70 kilometers from the Thai capital Bangkok is a market called Meklong. The locals call it “cot”. The thing is that in 1905 there was laid a railroad, which went straight through the market
Ernest Hemingway was born on July 21, 1899, in suburban Chicago to an intellectual family.
The baobab (lat. Adansonia digitata) is a tree that grows in the African savannas. The baobab is one of the thickest trees in the world; with an average height of 18-25 meters, its trunk circumference is about 10 meters.
Pepper (Polatini Piper) contains more than a thousand species of herbs, climbing shrubs and lianas, many of which are key species in their native habitat
The Yubari melon, which grows only in a greenhouse environment, is the most expensive delicacy for Japanese people
Ink, as the dictionaries say, is a colored liquid that is used for writing and drawing or printing.
Perhaps one of the most unusual museums in the world opened on October 31, 2018, in the Swedish city of Malmö. It is called the Museum of Disgusting Food.
Apples are best eaten with the peel, all the nutrients are contained immediately underneath it. The rind contains a lot of healthy fiber, which improves digestion.
Some people like cheese, some not so much, but judging by the fact that there are entire communities of fans of this product in the world, it enjoys a very, very considerable popularity.