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Paper Planes

Where have you been? Where are you going? Show your travel path with this beautiful world template. | Available at templates.preziuniversity.com
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Boris Radev

on 7 November 2014

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Discover THE WORLD with
Calcio storico fiorentino
Where:
Florence, Italy
When:
Every year in June, final match 24th of June
what:
Calcio storico (historic football) is an early form of football that originated in 16th century in Italy. The teams are made up of four goalkeepers, 3 fullbacks, 5 halfbacks, 15 forwards. The game starts when the Pallaio throws the ball towards the center line, followed by a small cannon firing. From this moment on, the players try by any means to get the ball into the opponents' goal called Caccia.
LOCAL
TRADITIONS
SZIGET FESTIVAL
Where:
Budapest, Hungary
When:
Every year in August, this is the 2013 edition
what:
Sziget (Island in Hungarian) Festival is one of the largest music and cultural festivals in Europe. It is held on the Old Buda Island (108 hectare island in Danube river). More than 1000 performances take place each year. In 2011 Sziget was ranked one of the top 5 festivals in Europe by The festival is notable in that in contains acts from many different genres, like blues, rock, jazz, world music and DJs.

http://szigetfestival.com/
SUGALLÓ
Where:
Hungary
what:
Traditional Hungarian
music
where are you from?
what do you know about the world?
do you Want to learn something new?
Nowadays, you can easily find information about almost everything...
...but how would you find something that you don't even know it exists?
FESTIVALS
FOLKLORE MUSIC
SO,
ARE YOU HUNGRY FOR some "GREAT CULTURAL DISCOVERIES"?
WELCOME ON BOARD OF
WWW.PAPERPLANES.COM
Here you can be:
a)
the Explorer
, who discovers unknown lands and cultures;
b)
the Cartographer
, who films and shares pieces of his mother land or other countries and cultures he has already discovered.
How it works?
As an Explorer, you can
throw the Paper plane and go with the wind to discover a random country and culture, or
pray for a tailwind and navigate your Paper plane to a country of your choice
ANNUAL
EVENTS
Where:
Como Lake, Italy
When:
Every year on 24th of June
what:
This is an annual celebration of the day of San Giovanni (Saint John). It is celebrated in a lot of christian countries and also in other Italian cities, but the fireworks over the Como lake are particularly beautiful, and the spectacle is more than 40 minutes long.
Festa di San Giovanni Fireworks
FOOD, CUISINE, RECIPES
CASU MARZU CHEESE
Where:
Sardegna, Italy
When:
All the time, thought that due to the EU hygienic norms the cheese is outlawed and is only offered on the black market.
what:
Casu Marzu or Formaggio sardo coi vermi is the tipical cheese with worms from Sardegna. It is a traditional sheep milk cheese, notable for containing live insect larvae. These larvae are deliberately introduced to the cheese, promoting an advanced level of fermentation and breaking down of the cheese's fats.
What do you know about Bulgaria?
Stoichkoff!
Vamos
BARCAAA
?!@??
And you taught you knew Italy...
Your companion for exploring the World
If you are Cartographer, show the world why you are proud of your home land, what makes it unique!

Show us where have you been and the wonders you have seen!
Download the Paperplanes app for your smartphone and upload your videos in real time, or
Log in to upload your videos directly on the website!
the wind is rising, so all aboard and let's find out what we can experience out there!
FOLKLORE
DANCES
SHIRTO HORO
Where:
Southwest Bulgaria
what:
"Horo" is a traditional popular dance for Bulgaria. There are different variations of horo, depending on region, music, ethnos, etc. Shirto horo is traditional for Soutwest Bulgaria.
WONDERS
The Door to Hell
Where:
Derweze, Turkmenistan
When:
Every second since 1971
what:
The Door to Hell is a natural gas field in Derweze (also spelled Darvaze, meaning "gate"), Ahal Province, Turkmenistan. The Door to Hell is noted for its natural gas fire which has been burning continuously since it was lit by Soviet petroleum engineers in 1971. The fire is fed by the rich natural gas deposits in the area.
EVERYDAY
LIFE
In Mongolia
Where:
Ulan Bator, Mongolia
When:
Filmed in 2013
what:
The Mongolian capital Ulan Bator as it was in 2013. Located in north central Mongolia, the city lies at an elevation of about 1,310 metres in a valley on the Tuul River. The city was founded in 1639 as a movable (nomadic) Buddhist monastic centre. Now is the largest city in the country with population over 1,3 million.
and in the Philippines
Where:
Angeles city, Philippines
When:
September 2013
what:
Bairro (neighbourhood) just outside Angeles city, near the capital Manila, as in was in September 2013. Posted by Steven Davis.
KUDURO ANGOLANO
Where:
Angola
what:
Kuduro (or kuduru) is a type of music and dance originally developed in Angola in the 1980s. It is characterized as uptempo, energetic, and danceable. Kuduro began in Luanda, Angola in the late 1980s. Initially, producers sampled traditional carnival music like soca and zouk from the Caribbean, and also semba from Angola and laid this around a fast 4/4 beat.

http://www.ilovekudurofilm.com/
El silbo gomero language
Where:
Canary Islands, La Gomera
what:
El Silbo Gomero, also known as el silbo ('the whistle'), is a whistled language spoken by inhabitants of La Gomera in the Canary Islands to communicate across the deep ravines and narrow valleys (gullies) that radiate through the island. It enables messages to be exchanged over a distance of up to 5 kilometres.
A cuíca
Where:
Brazil
what:
Cuíca, or "kuweeca", is a Brazilian friction drum with a large pitch range, produced by changing tension on the head of the drum. Cuíca is Portuguese for a type of small opossum which is known to make a high-pitched sound. It is most often used in samba music. The tone it produces has a high-pitched squeaky timbre. It has been called a 'laughing gourd' due to this sound.
HELP THE PAPER PLANE DISCOVER EVERY CULTURE AND PLACE ON THE EARTH!
www.paperplanes.com
welcome to
HUNGARY
Sunny beach, yeeah!
Wonders Amazing places
Traditions
Handicraft
Customs
Folklore
what would you like to begin with?
Food
Cuisine
Recipes
Entertainment
Festivals
Sports
Events
To do
Do you
know?
Everyday
life
Walk in my shoes
Cartographer n1
FILM AND UPLOAD YOUR VIDEOS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD AND BECOME
Who we are
Boris Radev - Advertiser, studied in Italy and Portugal
Andrey Nikolov - software developer, Edinburg
Hristo Peev - web developer, Bath, Enlgand
Petar Belokonski - iOS developer, London, England
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