The Crossroads

Travel to Africa / Middle East

Jerusalem: Religion 'MADE TO LAST'

Jerusalem: Religion ‘MADE TO LAST’

I’m not alone to be mystified by Jerusalem. The ancient city on a rocky hill under a siege of a dusty desert hardly wows with classical beauty though. It is ...
The Louvre Abu Dhabi: the Middle Eastern art scene surges beyond its desert horizons

The Louvre Abu Dhabi: the Middle Eastern art scene surges beyond its desert horizons

The Middle Eastern art scene will never be the same. One of the best living architects in the world, Jean Nouvel, created yet another masterpiece with the Louvre Abu Dhabi ...
Street art in Tel Aviv: feel the liberal resolve of Israel through its walls

Street art in Tel Aviv: feel the liberal resolve of Israel through its walls

Street art in Tel Aviv imprints one of the most culturally resonating expressions of diverse opinions in the world. Like in many other global hives of street art, conflict, social ...
Aman Morocco

Lifestyle in the bohemian Marrakesh now

Marrakesh also known as Marrakech by the French has by far the nicest airport in Morocco, world-class conference facilities, and superb quality accommodation fit for all budgets. The ochre oasis in ...
Moroccan spices

Marrakech: gourmandise in the fragrant Moroccan cuisine

The gourmet pursuits in Morocco stretch well beyond couscous, tajine and Moroccan mint tea. During my recent trip to Marrakech, I savoured the best of Moroccan cuisine and sniffed on ...
Marrakech: architecture and culture of the Red city

Marrakech: architecture and culture of the Red city

The first time I came to Marrakech I thought that it confused centuries. At dawn of the second millennium the souks in the old medina showed no trace of technology, ...
Israel and its high quality wines today

Israel and its high quality wines today

Wines from Israel take for most of us the coat of kosher wines exported to Europe and America to suit Jewish wine drinkers' religious needs. Yet, winemaking in modern Israel ...
Château Musar: war-defeating winemaking family in Lebanon

Château Musar: war-defeating winemaking family in Lebanon

Winemaking in Al-Lubnaniya (Lebanon) was heavily marked by 20 years of civil war (1975-1990). During this period the wine industry was virtually nonexistent. This dark age of the Lebanese wine ...

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