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Street Food Around The World

1. Seviche, Peru
Seviche - it is a common dish throughout Latin America. Typically, this snack is made from a mixture of raw fish with seafood marinated in citrus juice, in this case in lime juice.


2. Pork, Cambodia
Not necessarily speak the Khmer language, to understand the contents of the tray menu street in Phnom Penh. To date, pork is the most popular type of meat.

3. Sausages, Germany
On these trays can find only the best kinds of sausages. Residents of Germany are very fond of bratvurst, bokvurst and other deli delights with a glass of delicious German beer.

4. Banh Mi sandwiches, Vietnam
This sandwich is made from French baguette, which contains delicious meat and vegetables. It is ideal for breakfast and is very popular among local residents.

5. Grasshoppers, China
Grasshoppers on skewers are always surprised by western tourists, but at the same time, Chinese traders love them dearly. These days, eating grasshoppers is no surprise. Organization of Food and Agriculture Organization says that the world consumed about 1,400 species of insects.

6. Beach delicatessen, India
Holidaymakers on the beach of Goa is not always enjoy the local goodies away. Here you'll find samosas, chicken, various soft drinks.

7. Chicken entrails, Philippines
Esau decoy - Filipino dish that is chicken entrails on skewers. Offal first marinated and then roasted on a grill or broil just strongly.

8. Noodles, Thailand
Chefs cook the noodles so ably on an open fire, that passers-by just can not resist.


9. Shanghai dumplings, China
One of the favorite Chinese "city snacks" are dumplings. This dish is common throughout Shanghai.

10. Mint tea, Morocco
Filled to the brim with mint and chunks of sugar, tea glasses Moroccan waiting in the wings. Tea and drinking it - an integral part of Moroccan culture.

Top 10 South Indian Actress

  01. Nayanthara

02. Anushka

  03. Trisha

04. Shreya

  05. Asin

06. Thamanna
 
07. Namitha
 
08. Shruthi Haasan
 
09. Hansika Motwani

10. Genelia

Most Married Woman World Record set by Linda Wolfe

American grandmother Linda Wolfe has become "the most married woman in the world" after walking down the aisle 23 times, and is now "on the lookout for number 24".

Mrs Wolfe, 68, is included in the Guinness Book of World Records for the dubious honour of being wed more times than anyone else alive.
She has said that she is "addicted to the romance" of getting married.

Born Linda Lou Taylor, the American first married in 1957 aged 16, to a 31-year-old called George Scott.
The union lasted for seven years, the longest and happiest of any of her marriages.

Since then things have tended to go downhill.
Over the subsequent decades she married a one-eyed convict, a preacher, barmen, plumbers and musicians.
Two turned out to be homosexual, two were homeless and one beat her. Another put a padlock on her fridge.
One marriage lasted just 36 hours because "the love wasn't there".
But Linda, from Indiana, once married the same man, Jack Gourley, three times.

She has had seven children by her different husbands and been a stepmother to many more.
Her last marriage, a decade ago, was a publicity stunt.
It was to Glynn Wolfe, who in taking Linda as his bride meant he was the world's most married man, at 29 times.
He died a year later aged 88.
Consequently she said that she was "on the lookout for number 24".

She told The Sun: "It's been years since I walked down the aisle. I miss it."
The serial bride, who now lives in a retirement home, said she had never cheated on a husband. She said if she had her life over again she would "never, ever" marry so many 
men.


Most Expensive Indian Saree



The exceptionally stunning saree is meticulously woven with 12 precious stones and metals to depict 11 of Raja Ravi Verma's popular paintings. Explicitly projected is 'Lady Musicians.'Besides, the border of the saree pictures 10 other paintings of the artist that pays tribute to 20th century artist.


The best part of the saree being that the women in the paintings are intricately hand-woven and beautified with jewels of gold, diamond, platinum, silver, ruby, emerald, yellow sapphire, sapphire, cat's eye, topaz, pearl and corals.


Already in the Limca Book of Records, this 40 lakh saree will be the first silk saree that required the use of 7,440 jacquard hooks and 66,794 cards during the weaving process. Moreover, a group of consummate workers took nearly 4,680 hours.

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The World's Largest Fountain In Dubai

The fountains, which has yet to be named, will be capable of shooting water over 150 metres into the air, the height of a 50 storey building, and stretch over 275 metres, the length of two football fields.
The $218 million project will be 25 percent larger than the iconic fountains at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas.
Like the Fountains of Bellagio, Emaar's fountains will include an integral light and sound show and is expected to become one of Dubai's major tourist attractions, drawing over 10 million visitors per year.
The fountains will shoot 22,000 gallons of water in the air at any given moment and feature over 6,600 lights and 50 colour projectors.
The fountains have yet to be named and a cash prize of $27,225 has been assigned to the winner of a competition to name the water feature.
The structure is scheduled to be operation by 2009.
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