Zeus (Jupiter, Jove) was the king of earth and air, yet himself not fully free from the power of what
During the late Bronze Age, cremation as a burial rite was introduced as a practice within Europe. However, at that
Kladdkaka is a type of Swedish cake that’s commonly known as chocolate mud cake. This dense sticky chocolate cake is
BY HANNAH HORN In the depths of Slavic folklore, the origin and purpose of the wicked Baba Yaga is unclear.
BY MELISSA RENAY Reminiscent of an old-country fair and traditional games, the annual Egremont Crab-Apple Fair is a fun-filled family
BY HANNAH HORN In the books of mythology, the Romanian Balaur is an enticing creature. The Balaur resides among the
In times past there existed paleoastronomic observatories that stood on Birute Hill in Palanga, Lithuania. The Samogitian Sanctuary is a
Kaiserschmarrn or Kaiserschmarren (Emperor’s Mess) is a shredded pancake, which has its name from the Austrian emperor Kaiser Franz Joseph I, who
BY HANNAH HORN Lorelei is an enormous rocky cliff that resides about 433 feet above water level in Germany, located
Glamis Castle is situated beside the village of Glamis in Angus, Scotland. It is the home of the Earl and Countess of Strathmore and Kinghorne.