Dana is a Travel Tomorrow reporter. She graduated in Political Science and International Relations. She moved to Brussels from Romania for her studies and Mont des Arts made her fall in love with the city and remain here. She loves animals, especially dogs, and everything food related, but dessert most of all.

21 March 2023

Why you should visit Kazakhstan during Nauryz

The holiday of Nowruz, also known in known in Kazakhstan as Nauryz, is the national New Year celebration for many countries in Central Asia. Meaning “New […]
7 March 2023

Researchers find hidden corridor in the Great Pyramid of Giza

An international research team has discovered a previously unknown chamber in the Cheops pyramid of Giza near Cairo, Egypt. Already in 2016, measurements had given reason […]
28 February 2023

Did you know that Amsterdam’s underground holds a medieval treasure?

Building Amsterdam’s North-South metro line was a significant challenge, yet it brought about unexpected surprises. Archeologists unearthed a wide variety of ancient objects. The excavations in […]
24 February 2023

How the felting traditional handicraft empowers women in Kazakhstan

Qazaq-Oner is an artisans’ centre in Almaty. What started as an ambition of reviving the Kazakh traditional handicraft of felting turned into a women empowerment movement, […]
17 February 2023

What Gaziantep Castle used to look like before Türkiye’s earthquake

Gaziantep Castle, an important tourist destination and historical site in southeastern Türkiye, has been severely damaged by the earthquake that hit both Türkiye and Syria on […]
9 February 2023

Why Al-Masmak Fortress is a symbol of Saudi Arabia’s foundation

In the middle of the old city in Riyadh stands the 150 years old Al-Masmak Palace, also known as Al-Masmak Fortress or Fort. Since its construction, […]
1 February 2023

Egypt’s oldest mummy may have been found in Saqqara

A group of archaeologists have discovered what would be the oldest mummy found in Egypt (4,300 years). According to the researchers, it would be a rich […]
1 February 2023

Zwanze traditions for cold, thirsty cost-savers

As Belgians hunker down in chilly houses, their living standards crushed by mounting energy and mortgage costs, could quaint café customs be rekindled for the modern […]
26 January 2023

This airplane spent more than two months in the air

In 1958, two pilots over a desert in the southwestern United States achieved a feat that to this day has not yet been surpassed: flying an […]
19 January 2023

Manneken Pis is the only statue in the world with its own wardrobe

Did you know there is one statue in the world that regularly gets dressed up? The Manneken Pis, one of Brussels’ best known symbols is the […]
18 January 2023

Lunar New Year celebrations 2023 mark the Year of the Rabbit

The Chinese New Year begins with the rising of the second new moon after the winter solstice. Based on the lunar calendar, the Chinese horoscope is […]
9 January 2023

Why do some Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas in January?

Orthodox Christians do not follow the same dates as Catholics for some holidays such as Christmas. The Catholic Church asserts that it should be celebrated with […]
27 December 2022

Santa Claus could be buried in Ireland

There are many different stories about Santa Claus around the world, but most of them are based on the same person: St Nicholas. The person born […]
26 December 2022

The railroad that transformed the US

The first transcontinental railroad, also known as the Pacific Railroad or the Overland Route, was the first railway to connect the United States west to the […]
23 December 2022

How Christmas markets survived the centuries

Christmas just doesn’t seem right without going to the market, strolling along the handicraft stalls, having some mulled wine, admiring the decorations, trees and lights. Even […]
12 December 2022

Heydar Aliyev’s legacy for Azerbaijan

Heydar Aliyev was the third president of the independent Republic of Azerbaijan, from October 1993 to October 2003, and is considered the founder of contemporary Azerbaijan. […]
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