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Embroideries, tribal jewellery, silverware, printed cloths, traditional clothing, earthenware pottery and inlaid work are just a few of the crafts available. SYRIA Traditions and Culture Each year Syria hosts a Silk Road Festival where traditions from its own past and those of other countries along the route are revived and put on display. As Arabs and Muslims, Syrians delight in extending hospitality to visitors. Crafts Syrian mosaics and glasswork have been renowned for many centuries, along with its “damascene” 45 metal work named for the country’s capital.
Arab Bedouins in the northern Negev and Galilee keep their traditions alive in their towns and encampments where hospitality is warmly extended to visitors. Among Israel’s city dwellers, the Hassidic Jews still dress and worship as they did for centuries in Europe. Crafts Bedouin weaving and embroidery, olive wood carvings and Jewish religious artefacts and items of everyday life are popular purchases for visitors to Israel. Cuisine Jewish cuisine in Israel combines dishes and ingredients from 80 separate cultures and countries with special foods for each religious holiday.
Hunting and Fishing There are various means for hunting including the possibility to hunt with golden eagles accompanied by the nomadic people of the mountains. Of the possible preys, Marco Polo Sheep are the most popular. Fishing is possible in many mountain rivers and lakes. Popular fish are trout and pike-perch. Republic of Korea MONGOLIA Natural Sites This huge country’s most stunning natural site is easy to visit as it’s all around you: the fabled steppes. Mongolia’s grassy and windswept plains forged the nomadic tribes which carried all before them under the horse hair standard of Genghis Khan.
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