The Moroccan People and their Tradition

  • August 04, 2019     Friendly Borders Staff

Rabat – The Moroccans are proud of their country and with a rich history, they surely share a distinct sense of ...
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Rama – the Guardians of the Forest

  • July 18, 2019     Friendly Borders Staff

Managua – Traveling to Nicaragua opens up new opportunities to engage with various communities, including their ...
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Macedonian People of the Balkans

  • June 29, 2019     Friendly Borders Staff

Skopje – What kind of history lies in the Balkans? One can say it is a deep one. A huge part of this history is the ...
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