Central and South America

Fifteen religious festivals worth enjoying in South America

Religion plays a very important role in the culture of South America, and although many people have adopted Catholic Christian traditions

Traveling in Central America during the rainy season

In most Central American countries, the rainy season occurs from July to September, plus or minus one or two months, depending on the region.

The best cruises to take in the Amazon

Stretching more than 4,345 miles through Peru and Brazil, the Amazon is the longest river in the world and is by far the largest in

Day of race

October 12 (or the nearest Monday) is traditionally celebrated throughout the American continent as the day Christopher Columbus arrived in 1492.

Day of Saints

November 1 is celebrated throughout the Catholic world as Saints Day, or All Saints Day, to honor all the saints, known and

Where to paraglide in South America

One of the most popular extreme sports activities in South America is paragliding, and there are a host of sites around the world.

Mosquitoes in Central America

Are there mosquitoes in Central America? Undoubtedly. The only thing more annoying than catching a mosquito in the act of sucking blood is the metallic buzz of one at a time.

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"Suspected danger" – Berlin police on duty

At night, the Berlin police search an apartment, supported by the fire brigade and the Robert Koch Institute. The suspicion: A person could be in danger. Investigators are silent on the details.

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