• 20 bizarre superstitions from around the world and the meaning behind them

    7 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Superstitions vary from culture to culture all over the world.
    In Portugal, many people believe that walking backwards brings bad luck.
    People in Spain traditionally eat 12 grapes at the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve to bring luck for each month of the coming year.
    Most people are at least a little superstitious. Whether that be placing trust in lucky numbers or trying to avoid bad omens, different cultures have incredible stories behind their superstitions.
    Thinking that trimming your nails at night will bring bad luck is a common belief in India, for example, while many people in...
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  • 12 unique movies theaters from around the world

    12 unique movies theaters from around the world

    7 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    There are only a few things that bring people together. Amongst these are cooking, traveling and, possibly most beloved, film. Across languages, cultures, and time, movies have brought people together in ways few other things can.
    Part of this connection comes from coming together in one place to enjoy a film. Movie theaters are a community staple around the world, serving as a cultural and social center. Whether outside, in 3D, or inside a dome, each movie theater has its own charm that draws people to it.
    Here's what a few unique movie theaters look like around the world. New York's...
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