Ti År i Helvede – Følelsen af COPENHELL

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Ti År i Helvede – Følelsen af COPENHELL”Et fristed”. “En overdimensioneret havefest”. “Et stort fællesskab”. Hør fans og folk bag festivalen fortælle om deres kærlighed til COPENHELL.

COPENHELL: Danmarks hyggeligste festival? | DR3.Okay, når COPENHELL siger, de har Danmarks hyggeligste festival, så er vi jo nødt til at teste det af. Så vi sendte Petra en tur til metalfestival.

Copenhell is a heavy metal festival held annually at Refshaleøen in Copenhagen, Denmark, since 2010. It was one of the first open-air heavy metal festivals in Denmark.The festival started in 2010 with two stages, the main stage Helviti and secondary stage Hades. The Upcoming Stage was introduced in 2011 for unsigned bands and was renamed Pandæmonium in 2012.

Finding Giannis | NBA on TNT

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BOSTON, MA - APRIL 17: Giannis Antetokounmpo #34 of the Milwaukee Bucks dribbles against the Boston Celtics in the first quarter of Game Two in Round One of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at TD Garden on April 17, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

The story how NBA sensation Giannis Antetokounmpo’s one of a kind talent was discovered.

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Giannis Sina Ougko Antetokounmpo
(Greek: Γιάννης Αντετοκούνμπο, IPA: commonly pronounced: YAH-nis AHN-teh-tuh-KOOM-poh; born December 6, 1994)[2] is a Greek professional basketball player for the Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Although nearly 7 feet tall, Antetokounmpo possesses the “ball-handling skills of a point guard and the battering ram force of an old school center,” giving rise to his nickname the Greek Freak.

During the 2015–16 season he became the Bucks’ primary playmaker, and in 2016–17 he led the Bucks in all five major statistical categories and became the first player in NBA history to finish a regular season in the top 20 in total points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks.

He received the Most Improved Player award in 2017. He has received three All-Star selections, and led the Eastern-Conference in voting in 2019.

Roskilde Festival 2019 – Program

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Roskilde Festival advarerDet er ved at være sidste udkald, hvis man vil sikre sig billet til Danmarks største musikfestival.

A couple of weeks ago we made this cool new mural in Copenhagen with Tuborg. Take a look!

Roskilde Festival vil snart melde udsolgt af de 80.000 partoutbilletter til årets festival.Har man derfor besluttet sig for at tage på Roskilde Festival i år, bør man købe sin billet hurtigst muligt. Det skriver festivalen i en netop rundsendt pressemeddelelse.- Man skal se at få købt sin billet lige med det samme, hvis man drømmer om at tage del i den fulde Roskilde Festival-oplevelse til sommer. For billetsalget går stærkt, og vi kan med sikkerhed sige, at Roskilde Festival også bliver udsolgt i år, lyder det fra Roskilde Festivals talskvinde Christina Bilde.

HISTORY (WIKI).The Roskilde Festival is a Danish music festival held annually south of Roskilde. It is one of the largest music festivals in Europe and the largest in Northern Europe. It was created in 1971 by two high school students, Mogens Sandfær and Jesper Switzer Møller, and promoter Carl Fischer.In 1972, the festival was taken over by the Roskilde Foundation, which has since run the festival as a non-profit organization for development and support of music, culture, and humanism.In 2014, the Roskilde Foundation provided festival participants with the opportunity to nominate and vote upon which organizations should receive funds raised by the festival.The Roskilde Festival was Denmark’s first music-oriented festival created for hippies, and today covers more of the mainstream youth from Scandinavia and the rest of Europe. The Roskilde Festival 2013 had more than 180 performing bands and was attended by some 130,000 festivalgoers, along with more than 21,000 volunteers, 5,000 media people and 3,000 artists – totaling almost 160,000 people who participated in the festival.[citation needed]Until the mid-1990s, the festival attracted mostly Scandinavians, but in recent years it has become more and more international (with an especially large influx of Germans, Australians, and British).[citation needed]

#360video: Theme park Belantis | DW English

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Discover the theme park Belantis near Leipzig in 360 degrees! If you use VR-goggles to watch the video you’d better sit down – the roller coaster ride is rip-roaring!

Located in Leipzig, Saxony, Belantis offers visitors the chance to venture to eight different theme worlds, with themes ranging from mythical to adventure. The park has 60 attractions with something for all ages. The park has eight themed areas, all with exotic names like Island of the Knights, Coast of the Discoverers, Land of the Counts, Prairie of the Indians, Empire of the Sun Temple, Beach of the Gods and Valley of the Pharaohs.

Some of the popular attractions at Belantis are: Huracan, a roller coaster with five loops; Curse of the Pharaoh, where you slide in a boat down the side of a 31-metre high pyramid; and the Labyrinth of Avalon, which challenges you to find your way through the maze. Belantis also has a forest nature trail for visitors to enjoy.

European elections: How do UK Conservatives fight this election?

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Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at the Welsh Conservative party conference at Llangollen Pavilion, Llangollen, Wales, Friday May 3, 2019. Britain's main Conservative and Labour parties took a hammering in local elections as Brexit-weary voters expressed frustration over the country's stalled departure from the European Union.(Aaron Chown/PA via AP) ORG XMIT: LON801

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Historic Rebuke: Trump AG Barr Held In Contempt

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In a historic rebuke of the Trump administration, the House Judiciary Committee votes to hold Attorney General Bill Barr in contempt of Congress for refusing to hand over the full, unredacted Mueller report, as the Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee subpoena Donald Trump Jr. Director of “Defending Democracy Together”, Bill Kristol, tells Ari Melber Trump stonewalling Congress over the Mueller report is “an attempt to prevent Congress from seriously considering” the “question of impeachment.”
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The Best European Festivals of 2019

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The Best European Festivals of 2019.

Its nearly summertime in Europe and everyone is saving their money for summer activities. One of the favorite pastimes for youth are to attend a music festival. Take a seat and learn about some of the best festivals in Europe, their prices and their 2019 lineup. Take our word for it, these are the top 10 festivals in Europe for 2019 (in no particular order).

 

 

When: July 20-21
Where: Hippodrome Paris, Longchamp, Paris, France
Info: Lollapalooza is an annual 4-day music festival based in Chicago, Illinois at Grant Park. Performances include but are not limited to alternative Rock, Heavy Metal, punk rock, hip hop, and electronic music. Lollapalooza has also provided a platform for non-profit and political groups and various visual artists. The music festival hosts more than 160,000 people each year.

Conceived and created in 1991 by Jane´s Addiction singer Perry Farrell singer as a farewell tour for his band, Lollapalooza ran annually until 1997, and was revived in 2003. From its inception through 1997 and its revival in 2003, the festival toured North America. In 2004, the festival organizers decided to expand the dates to two days per city, but poor ticket sales forced the 2004 tour to be cancelled.

In 2005, Farrell and the William Morris Agency partnered with Austin, Texas based company Capital Sports Entertainment and retooled it into its current format as a weekend destination festival in Chicago at Grant Park. In 2014, Live Nation Entertainment bought a controlling interest in C3 Presents.

In 2010 it was announced that Lollapalooza would debut outside the United States, with a branch of the festival staged in Chile’s capital Santiago on April 2–3, 2011 where they partnered up with Santiago-based company Lotus. In 2011, the company Geo Events confirmed the Brazilian version of the event, which was held at the Jockey Club in São Paulo on 7 and 8 April 2012.

On October 12, 2016, Lollapalooza announced that they would be hosting a festival in Paris, France. The inaugural edition of this festival will be taking place at the city’s Longchamp Racecource grounds on July 22–23, 2017. The lineup for Lollapalooza Paris 2017 was announced on January 17, 2017 and includes a lineup featuring Red Hot Chili Peppers, and The Weeknd, as headliners.

When: June 19-22
Where: Roskilde, Denmark
Info: Roskilde Festival On June 19-22 2019, the gates to hell will open for the tenth time in Copenhagen. For more info & tickets see https://www.copenhell.dk/

The Roskilde Festival is a Danish music festival held annually south of Roskilde. It is one of the largest music festivals in Europe and the largest in Northern Europe. It was created in 1971 by two high school students, Mogens Sandfær and Jesper Switzer Møller, and promoter Carl Fischer. In 1972, the festival was taken over by the Roskilde Foundation, which has since run the festival as a non-profit organization for development and support of music, culture and humanism. In 2014, the Roskilde Foundation provided festival participants with the opportunity to nominate and vote upon which organizations should receive funds raised by the festival.

The Roskilde Festival was Denmark’s first music-oriented festival created for hippies, and today covers more of the mainstream youth from Scandinavia and the rest of Europe. The Roskilde Festival 2013 had more than 180 performing bands and was attended by some 130,000 festivalgoers, along with more than 21,000 volunteers, 5,000 media people and 3,000 artists – totalling almost 160,000 people who participated in the festival.

Until the mid-1990s, the festival attracted mostly Scandinavians, but in recent years it has become more and more international (with an especially large influx of Germans, Australians and British).

When: June 21-23
Where: Budapest, Hungary
Info: The Sziget Festival is one of the largest music and cultural festivals in Europe. It is held every August in northern Budapest, Hungary, on (“Old Buda Island”), a leafy (266-acre) island on the Danube. More than 1,000 performances take place each year.

The week-long festival has grown from a relatively low-profile student event in 1993 to become one of the prominent European rock festival with about half of all visitors coming from outside Hungary, especially from Western Europe. It also has a dedicated “party train” service (with resident DJs) that transports festival-goers from all over Europe.

The second event (1994), labelled Eurowoodstock, was headlined by performers from the original Woodstock festival. By 1997, total attendance surpassed the 250,000 mark, reaching an all-time peak in 2016 with 496,000 visitors from 95 countries (the daily capacity having been raised to 90,000). It is now being increasingly labelled as a European alternative to the Burning Man festival due to its unique features (“an electronically amplified, warped amusement park that has nothing to do with reality”).

In 2011, Sziget was ranked one of the 5 best festivals in Europe by The Independent. The festival is a two-time winner at the European Festival Award in the category Best Major European Festival, in 2011 and 2014.

When: June 21-23
Where: Refshaleøen, Copenhagen
Info: On June 19-22 2019, the gates to hell will open for the tenth time in Copenhagen. For more info & tickets see https://www.copenhell.dk/

Copenhell is a heavy metal festival held annually at Refshaleøen in Copenhagen, Denmark, since 2010. It was one of the first open-air heavy metal festivals in Denmark. The festival started in 2010 with two stages, the main stage Helviti and secondary stage Hades. The Upcoming Stage was introduced in 2011 for unsigned bands and was renamed Pandæmonium in 2012.

When: May 30-June 1
Where: Barcelona, Spain
Info: Primavera Sound is a music festival that takes place between the end of May and beginning of June in Barcelona, Spain, Porto, Portugal. The first edition took place in 2001 in Poble Espanyol and in 2005 it moved to the Parc del Forum, a much larger site on the seafront. The nature of the festival (urban and an integrated part of the city) and the wide range of bands represented have made Primavera Sound a meeting point for artists and spectators from all generations.

The festival has always succeeded in bringing together in its line up both the latest independent music tendencies and artists with a consolidated career, while presenting all styles and genres and being fully committed to quality pop, rock and the most underground tendencies of electronic and dance music.

At every edition the event has grown both in terms of numbers and in terms of media exposure: press, radio and television both nationally and internationally. Its first edition in 2001 closed with an attendance of 8000 people, an audience that by the latest edition in 2015 had become 190,000.

When: June 26-30
Where: Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset, England
Info: Glastonbury Festival is a five-day festival of contemporary performing arts that takes place in Pilton, Somerset, England. In addition to contemporary music, the festival hosts dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret, and other arts. Leading pop and rock artists have headlined, alongside thousands of others appearing on smaller stages and performance areas. Films and albums recorded at Glastonbury have been released, and the festival receives extensive television and newspaper coverage. Glastonbury is the largest greenfield festival in the world, and is now attended by around 175,000 people, requiring extensive infrastructure in terms of security, transport, water, and electricity supply. The majority of staff are volunteers, helping the festival to raise millions of pounds for charity organisations.

Glastonbury Festival was held intermittently from 1970 until 1981; since then, it has been held every year, except for “fallow” years” taken mostly at five year intervals, intended to give the land, local population, and organisers a break. 2018 was a “fallow year” and the next festival is scheduled for 26 – 30 June 2019.

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What Horrific Things Can Be Found on The Dark Web?

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It was last year when I thought of exploring the invisible web (deep web) and the dark web for the first time, I was really curious about it, being a Computer Science and Engineering student. But, I didn’t know how to access it. So, I searched for a while and then got the required resources ready.

After entering the dark web and surfing for about 10–15 minutes, I found a web page with a lot of onion URLS (URLs of dark web sites). So, I decided to visit some random URLs, as there were hundreds of them.

That time, I had no idea that this could cost me a night’s sleep.

I visited the 1st URL, and it was a website selling drugs. I knew that I could encounter this kind of stuff, as I had read about Silk Road during the research I did about Cryptocurrencies.

Then, I visited the 2nd random URL, and it was a website for hiring contract killers. All the killers were listed with their codenames and their skills, kills, success rate, cost of hiring, etc. were mentioned alongside, like the image below:

(Image for reference – belongs to Counter Strike Game)

At this time, I got a little nervous, but then proceeded towards the 3rd random URL. This one took me to a website selling human organs. where various organs were listed, along with the base price, and one could enter the quantity and then order them.

After that, the 4th random URL lead me to a website teaching torture techniques. There were many videos in each torture technique of people belonging to different gender and age groups. Those videos were too cruel to watch and were of hours length. In those videos, maybe the person/kid died in the end (I wasn’t able to watch them all the way through).

At this point, I was kind of feeling disgusted and took a break from my computer.

Then, after about 15–20 mins, I proceeded towards the 5th random URL, and it lead me to a website featuring illegal and banned porn. The next few random URLs were the same. All the websites were featuring the illegal and banned porn, and were requesting users to buy it.

After this, I was thinking of exiting the dark web, but just thought to give it a last try and if the next website also comes to feature the same content, I’ll quit.

Then came the worst part, my Nth random link, it took me to a website which was teaching how to cook people, keeping them alive to the maximum extent. Not just this, but it had the different procedures to cook people based on their geographical location, age, gender, built, etc. Along with that, there were videos attached in each procedure. I wasn’t able to play any of them, as even their thumbnails were disgusting as hell. I don’t understand why anyone would do that. This thought crossed my mind and I quit the dark web.

After this, I was traumatized for a few days.

I’ve accessed dark web many times after that for research purposes and just out of curiosity, but that was the worst.

Insane Way El Chapo Escaped Prison

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How did Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán manage to escape the Mexican prison? How long did his men dig the tunnel?

Men freeze in place, holding pickaxes and shovels at the ready inside a well-lit tunnel under the Mexican countryside. They can hear the vibrations of a vehicle above them, and wary of making any noise that might give them away, hold their work as the prison patrol passes by overhead. Thirty feet below the prison’s main yard, there’s little chance of being discovered, but after several months of secret tunneling, they can’t take any chances- especially when they are so close to their goal: the prison cell of Mexico’s most famous drug kingping: Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.

The Best Traditional Dish in 30 European Countries

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1.Austria – Strudel

Strudel — made of crisp dough with delicate layers — can actually have many different kinds of fillings. But the apple variety, which also often includes raisins, is by far the most beloved in Austria.Order it like the locals by asking for an “Apfelstrudel.” Enjoy with a topping of whipped cream or vanilla sauce, and get ready for the sugar high of your life.

2.Belgium – Waffles

Belgium is home to culinary favorites like Belgian chocolate and beer — but no dish is more iconic than the Belgian waffle.While in North America, the Belgian waffle is often massive and drowning in syrup, the traditional version is actually a small street food. Eat this treat like it’s meant to be enjoyed — sans forks, either plain or with a small helping of whipped cream and sliced berries on top.

3.Bulgaria – Soup

 

Soups can be found on pretty much every Bulgarian menu, and they’re anything but run-of-the-mill.Try tarator, yogurt-base soup made of cucumbers, garlic, dill and sometimes walnuts, best enjoyed on a scorching hot summer day; or sip shkembe chorba, a spicy tripe soup said to cure a hangover.

4.Croatia – Olive Oil

Iconic Croatian food is hard to pinpoint, as the country’s individual regions boast their own distinct dishes and traditions. But if there’s one beloved food group that makes its way into nearly all Croatian dishes, its olive oil.A common condiment and ingredient across this area of Europe, Croatian olive oil is referred to (accurately) as “Mediterranean liquid gold.”

5.Cyprus – Halloumi Cheese

Widely popular in the Middle East and Greece, it’s believed halloumi cheese actually originated in Cyprus centuries ago (the earliest descriptions of the cheese date back to the 16th century).A mixture of goat and sheep milk give halloumi its signature taste and texture, making this a cheese ideal for grilling rather than melting. During the summer months, Cypriots enjoy halloumi with fresh watermelon for a refreshing snack.

6.Czech Republic – Bread Dumplings

Forget the Asian-style dumplings that may come to mind: “dumplings” in the Czech Republic actually resemble bread loaves. Flour, yeast, egg, salt and milk are boiled, then sliced up into tasty bites.Look for the dumplings served alongside traditional Czech dishes such as goulash and pickled vegetables.

7.Denmark – Smørrebrød

These open-faced sandwiches combine buttered rye bread with some variation of eggs, cheese, meat and/or fish. From that basic template, innovation flourishes; smørrebrød may be topped with everything from roast beef and horseradish to shrimp and red caviar.Eat smørrebrød the way the Danish do: with a fork and knife, the better to keep the ingredients in tact.

8.Estonia – Rye Brea

Estonians have a love affair with their breads, and rye is the most popular variety of all. The bread has been produced in the country for over 1,000 years, and is still found regularly at local restaurants and bakeries.Estonians will tell you that the bread tastes best when it’s warmed, then topped with a dollop of salted butter or Baltic herring.

 

9.Finland – Karelian Pies

Like many of the staples on this list, karelian pies are deceptively simple, featuring a thin crust (typically made with rye flour) stuffed with potatoes, rice or carrots. Try one with egg butter — a mix of butter and hard-boiled eggs — spread on top.And don’t forget to learn to call this by its Finnish name: “Karjalanpiirakka.”

10.France – Croissants

 

The croissant is as indelible to French culture as the Eiffel Tower. And little wonder: the pastry, which is enjoyed any time of day, is flakery, buttery perfection.Fun fact: the treat actually got its start in Austria, before making its way to France and becoming wildly popular there. France is also where the dish got the name we all know it by; in French, “crescent” translates to “croissant.”

11.Germany – Pretzels

Pretzels may actually have been invented by European monks in the Middle Ages — but for centuries, they’ve been most closely associated with Germany.Today, German bakeries and restaurants serve them topped with everything from ham and cheese to pumpkin seed. You can even order a pizza pretzel, or one designed in a donut shape.No matter what kind of pretzel you opt for, make sure to wash it down with another German classic — a boot of ale.

12.Greece – Gyros

If there’s a better hand-held street food than the gyro — flatbread stuffed with rotisserie-grilled meat, then topped with creamy tzatziki sauce — we don’t know what it is. The dish originated in Greece, and in more recent years has become popular across the world, including in the U.S.Outside its home country, “gyro” is one of the most consistently mispronounced foods on the planet. The correct way to say it? Yee-roh.

13.Hungary – Goulash
Goulash is not just a dish, but an entire meal. Dating back to medieval times in Hungary, the meat stew features a mix of spices and seasoning — most prominently paprika — in a rich tomato sauce, and is usually served with pasta.The dish is so popular in Hungary that it was once applied to a national political ideology. “Goulash Communism,” a form of communism that arose in the mid-20th century, was so named because, like the food dish, it represented a mix of unlikely ingredients.
14.Iceland – Skyr

Iceland’s iconic “yogurt” product is a bid misleading. Although it resembles yogurt, tastes like yogurt and is commonly referred to as yogurt, it’s technically a cheese.Regardless, skyr is creamy, mild and the perfect breakfast (or dessert!) choice when traveling in Iceland.

15.Ireland – Irish Stew
Ireland has a reputation for serving little more than potatoes, but it is actually home to a wonderful assortment of distinctive dishes. Case in point: hearty Irish stew, featuring piles of tender meat and gravy, mixed with carrots and (ok, yes) potatoes.Most traditional recipes even incorporate Ireland’s most iconic beverage: Guinness.
16.Italy – Pizza

Pizza-like flatbreads have been eaten since the neolithic age, but pizza as we know it today is proudly Italian.Legend has it that in 1889, a Neopolitan pizzamaker cooked up a pizza to honor Queen Margherita of Savoy, garnishing it with tomatoes, mozzarella and basil to represent the colors of the Italian flag. The result? Margherita pizza, still an Italian favorite.

17.Latvia – Grey Peas

This hearty dish is made from dried peas (similar to chickpeas) cooked with onions and fatty smoked bacon, and is a traditional Christmas dish in Latvia.Per local lore, the peas represent prosperity and vitality (so eat up!).

18.Lithuania – Cepelinai

Cepelinai — a large oval dumpling made with potatoes and fillings such as ground meat, mushrooms or curd — boasts a distinctive oval shape. Indeed, it was named after a Zeppelin airship of the same name, due to its physical similarity to the vessel.Note that the dish is not for the faint of heart: already hearty, it is served with sour cream and fried bacon or pork rinds.

19.Luxembourg – Smoked Pork with Beans

Go to  Luxembourg and you’ll find smoked collar of pork with broad beans, otherwise known as “Judd mat Gaardebounen,” nearly everywhere.Luxembourgers typically enjoy it with boiled potatoes fried in bacon, and pair it with a local beer or a dry white Luxembourg wine.

20.Malta – Rabbit Stew

Traditional Maltese rabbit stew, or “Stuffat tal-Fenek,” has been served in the Maltese Islands since the 11th century.These days, the Maltese people like to serve the stew communally, often cooking a batch that utilizes two or even three rabbits.

 

21.Netherlands – stroopwafel
22.Poland – Pierogi

Pierogies from Poland are semicircular noodle dough dumplings often filled with fresh quark, boiled and minced potatoes, and fried onions. They can also be stuffed with sauerkraut, ground meat, cheese and fruits.Head to Krakow in the summer for the annual Pierogi Festival, during which tens of thousands of the dumplings are ritually devoured.

23.Portugal – Pasteis de Nata

Can you even say you’ve experienced Portugal if you haven’t eaten pastéis de nata? We can’t say for sure.These custard-filled sweet pastries were originally made by Catholic monks at the Jerónimos Monastery in Lisbon. In the 1800s, times got hard and the monks started making and selling them to bring in revenue.The rest, as they say, is history.

24.Romania – Cabbage Rolls
Called “sarmale” in Romania, these rolls are made of minced meat with rice and spices, rolled into fermented cabbage leaves, and boiled for hours in a special sauce that flavors and tenderizes the meat.
25.Slovakia – Potato Dumplings

Difficult to pronounce, “Bryndzové Halušky” is one of the most popular national dishes of Slovakia. The potato-dough dumplings (halušky) are filled with with sheep cheese (bryndza) and sprinkled with bacon or sausage on top.Feeling hungry? An annual potato-dumpling festival in Turecka features a competition to see who can eat the most.

26.Slovenia – Giant Cheese Dumplings
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“Struklj” dumplings are pinwheel rolls of wheat or buckwheat dough filled with various types of cheese filling. They can be sweet (with cottage cheese and walnut) or salty (with tarragon or savory cheese) and are a complete main course in and of themselves.They’re traditionally served with a topping of buttery breadcrumbs, and can be pared down in size and served as a side dish.

27.Spain – Tapas

When it comes to tapas, small dishes made for sharing, the question is inevitably where to begin when ordering. Pro tip: Locals love the croquettes, jamón ibérico de bellota (acorn-fed Iberian ham) and pan con tomate (Spanish tomato bread).And of course paella, a hearty soup of rice and fresh seafood, is a must-order.

28.Sweden – Cinnamon Rolls

It’s no wonder the “kanelbullar,” or cinnamon roll, is ubiquitous on the streets of Sweden. Baked with a hefty amount of cinnamon and topped off with crunchy sugar nibs, the pastry is an uber-sweet treat.The rolls are often enjoyed by locals during “fika,” mandatory work breaks designed to promote eating, drinking and relaxing.

29.Switzerland – Fondue
cheese fondue

Swiss cheese is the first Swiss food that may come to mind, but Switzerland has much more to offer when it comes to cheese.Fondue, a pot of creamy, melted cheese for dipping breads and meats, was designated a national dish in Switzerland by the Swiss Cheese Union in the ’30s in order to increase cheese consumption. Today, it’s a symbol of Swiss unity, and a favorite among the country’s citizens.

30.United Kingdom – Fish & Chips

Tell a Brit to head down to the “chippy” and they’ll immediately know where to go. Nothing says Britain more than a parcel of fish & chips, wrapped in paper and served with salt and vinegar.You can find the dish all over the country, from street corners to Michelin-starred restaurants. Poppie’s Fish & Chips in London is among the most famous for its classic cod and haddock versions.