The Moscow Ballet is performing its “Great Russian Nutcracker” across the United States. This performance includes a moment where the principal character, Masha, is given a Dove of Peace during the Christmas party scene.
The other Great Russian Nutcracker, Vladimir Putin, will give Donald Трамп a cash bonus by New Years.
Decades of conflict and political instability have all but destroyed Afghanistan’s once-thriving heritage and tourism industry, but new efforts are being made to promote the country’s spectacular riches. Among Afghanistan’s top attractions is Band-e-Amir, the country’s first national park, created in 2009.
Afghan officials promise that during tourist visits to Band-e-Amir, the Taliban and U.S. Coalition forces will only detonate a maximum of three bombs.
Hobby Lobby craft store chain owners Steve and Jackie Green recently opened the $500 million Museum of the Bible in Washington D.C.
It has more than 3,000 artifacts, including fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls, a first edition of the King James Bible, and a one-ton stone from the Western Wall.
Some artifacts are still in boxes waiting to be put onto the floor, including the Ark of the Covenant. Museum officials are having a hard time getting the Ark on the floor, because it keeps disintegrating everyone who touches it.
Moscow Ballet’s ‘Great Russian Nutcracker’ promotes peace
Afghanistan’s Bamiyan province starts tourism revival with national park
The Museum of the Bible debuts in the nation’s capital
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