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#About the Small Club with the Big Techno

Club MOOG is a club located close to La Ramblas. It is not overcrowded, but intimate, foggy, and feels like an old war bunker from an old war.

There is great music here, mostly house music. The atmosphere is mysterious, dark, and totally alternative - it is a good fit for someone who likes the less mainstream places.

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Pacha Barcelona
Pacha Barcelona
#About the Club

It is worth entering the club Pacha Barcelona. Truth is, it is surrounded by other clubs that are no less good, like Opium and the Choko, and you can skip around them or pick your favorite based on the music. Locals say that Pacha Barcelona is considered the best starting point and one of the best and most fun clubs in Barcelona. In summer, during tourist season, the best DJs in Spain and around the world perform here.

Besides the artists, the people and the atmosphere are great. The club has many concept events that many tend to come to. You can discover these in the link attached below.

Around Pacha Barcelona are located other great clubs. During the summer months the vibrant area comes to life with young partiers.

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Club Razzmatazz
#About the Best Club in Barcelona

The Razzmatazz Club is a giant club with 5 different spaces, each one carrying a different musical of style. The large club can hold up to 4,000 people, and many see it as the largest club in Barcelona. For proof of its greatness, almost all of the greatest DJs in Europe come to play here.

The styles include techno, house music, electric, alternative, hip-hop, R&B, rock, pop, and Dance.

The hot club is popular with young people, mostly between the ages of 15-30, who party here enthusiastically. Tourists, locals, hipsters, and punks - everyone comes together for massive parties, in this fun place.


The Razzmatazz is located in an industrial area of the city, about a 10-minute drive in the metro from the city center. Get off a the Bogatell station.

The price of the ticket is a little more expensive than a ticket for the inner-city, but the place is worth it, especially on the weekends.

Smokin is allowed on the roof, where you can talk and meet different people, and hang out.

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Calypso Cabaret
Calypso Cabaret
#About the Cabaret Show by Men Who Became Women

For many years, the "Calypso Cabaret" was the most famous cabaret show in Bangkok.

The birth of this cabaret in the late 1980's. It features "Lady Boys," former men who changed their sex to women. The "Calypso Cabaret" is held in the "Asian" complex, at the Asia Hotel in central Bangkok.
The cabaret here does not match the Western standards but is entertaining and full of dubbing of Western and Asian songs. The attractions are, of course, the Lady Boys that appear in the show, and they ensure that at the end of the show you can take a photo with them, and remember to give them a tip.

This cabaret is not a cabaret in the German or American style, but more like a musical that includes a little theater, a little music and a lot of choreographed dances. The ladyboys participating here, wearing spectacular costumes and providing good entertainment, in a fun and nice show with the fun and humor of songs. Beautiful scenery surrounds the show and provides a pretty enjoyable evening for those who connect with this type of entertainment.


The show has no sexual aspect and it is possible to bring in children.

By pre-booking on the site 48 hours before the show, visitors will get a nice discount.

The show is located in Warehouse 3 of the Asiatik complex. If visitors buy tickets at a travel agency, make sure to get free hotel pick up and return.

The show performs twice an evening, at 8:15 pm and 9:45 pm.

Near the cabaret complex is "Asiatik" - a spectacular night market, worth visiting and spending time at the end of the show.

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Hrisantema Casino
Hrisantema Casino
#About the Successful Casino in Burgas

Located in Sunny Beach, the Hrisantema Casino is one of the best casinos in Burgas. Many see it as the recommended casino for gambling and nightlife enthusiasts in Burgas and is considered the most touristy casino in town.

International poker tournaments are held from time to time. 24 hours a day, betting on roulette or more than 100 slot machines. At the tables here are Russian Poker, Blackjack, Caribbean Poker, 3 Card Poker, Texas Hold'em Poker, Omaha, Cubes and Ultimate Hold'em.

The Hrisantema Casino will spoil you with a drink and a free shuttle. Alongside gambling games, they offer a spa, concerts, free internet, organized tours and more.


Bring ID with you.

Bets here are only in euros.

Another Successful Casino Called the "Platinum Casino":

Siam Niramit
Siam Niramit
#About the Big Performance in Bangkok

Siam Niramit is a big tourist complex, a huge replica of a traditional Thai village, which will introduce you to the Thai kingdom. The Thai village is built in a typical waterway, and lets you be a part of the life of the village, as they are lived in Thailand's four regions.

Here you can be exposed to the cultural lifestyles of every region, as well as art and hand made products.

During your visit you see a folk dancing performance, showcasing Thai traditions. This visual and musical performance is amazing, performed on a big stage, 65 by 40 meters, in a big auditorium with 2,000 seats. At the end of every show dinner is served.

This is one of the most impressive products you can find. This show really brings forth the best artists and culture in Thailand. The show includes set designs and new and modern special effects. There are over 100 actors and artists, dressed in the best and more impressive costumes. During the impressive and breathtaking show, more than 500 costumes and props are used.

As befits the culture and tradition of Thailand, the show features stunning visions, featuring a variety of actors, in colorful costumes. It also has flying dancers, boats sailing on the stage and impressive and colorful elephants. All sets in the backdrop are of tropical forests, or skies full of angels hovering above. These are just some of the charms, which the show is full of.


The cost of a ticket is 1,000 Baht per child, and a little more per adult. Dinner costs about 250 Baht with a kid's discount.

You can get here traditional Thai massages, and there is a souvenir shop.

The show starts at 8:00 pm and is about 80 minutes long.

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Hong Kong
Lan Kwai Fong
#Abought Hong Kong's Nightlife Center

Law Kwai Fong, nicknamed "The Fong," is one of the happening places in Hong Kong nightlife. Every evening thousands of young people flow in here for night time entertainment.

Law Kwai Fong is built as a pedestrian walkway, crowded with night clubs and fancy restaurants. There are many alleyways around, that surround the main street called D'Aguilar Street. There is a concentrated area of clubs and restaurants, pubs, bars, and more.

Given Hong Kong's presence in the Asian movie scene, endless scenes have been shot here for all types of movies. The nightlife here is so famous, that the street and restaurant signs will look familiar to you.

In Law Kwai Fong there are many carnivals and celebrations, especially during big holidays and celebrations, like Christmas, Halloween, New Year's Eve, and the local beer festival.


Recommended clubs - Volar and Tazmania Ballroom are popular and hip.

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First Station
First Station
#About Jerusalem's Ottoman Train Station

You are in one of Jerusalem's entertainment centers, the historical train station of the capital. The First Train Station is not a modern station. The station today is a popular going out area in the city, and is located in a modern train station.

The building and space here belong to the First Station of the city. The station, also known as the Khan Station, is in the Bekaa neighborhood in Jerusalem, between Hebron Way and Bethlehem Way.

This train station was built in 1892 as the last stop of the Jerusalem-Jaffa line, the first railroad line in Israel. The Turkish did not often build in Jerusalem, and the station was one of the only public building built in the city during their rule.

Except for the halt of operation during the War of Independence, the station operated almost continuously since the Ottoman rule, at the end of the 19th century, up to 1998. Then the section between Na'an and Jerusalem was close, because of the declining technical conditions. This was also the time when the First Station was closed for use.

#About the Jerusalem-Jaffa Line

Already by the mid-19th century Moshe Montefiore came up with the idea to build a railway in Israel. Montefiore, who wanted to build a modern and industrial country, claimed that one of the main difficulties for this to come true, was the severe shortage for transporting machinery and raw materials to such industries. After a lot of pleading with the Turkish Sultan Al-Hamid II, the Sultan approved the right to build and operated this line only 30 years later. The one who eventually bought this franchise was Joseph Navon, an enthusiastic Jerusalem businessman. Together with his partners, Navon tried gathering investors to build up the tracks. However he failed. The franchise was then sold to a French company, and this company eventually built the Jerusalem-Jaffa line, and built stations all along it.

#The First Station's History

In a festive ceremony, participants on September 26, 1892 greeted the first train to arrive from Jaffa to the Jerusalem station. This train went through the new stations that were built in Lod, Ramle, and others along the way, where water was refilled for the engine. With time, technology improved, and this trip only took 3 hours. This train was destined to become a very important and popular tool in Israel for the Turkish, and later for the British Mandate.

This is how the festive ceremony was opened at the First Station, and the era of trains in Palestine. Except for the participation of the important city members, representatives from the Turkish rule were present, and local Jews and Arabs. Among the crowd was the revivalist of the Hebrew language, Eliezer Ben Yehuda, who gave the machine the word in Hebrew, "Rakevet."

This is how the First Station was born in Jerusalem. At first it included a building with two floors that was build adjacent to another two buildings, each only one floor. There was a mechanism for switching the train's direction, a big shelter, and a water container to fill the locomotives.

The station's architecture was influenced by European elements from the Templars in the 19th century, and the station building is almost exactly the same at the station building in Jaffa. The construction materials used were a little different, in Jerusalem limestone rock was used from the Jerusalem area.

Throughout the years, the British added buildings to this area, like the thick concrete layer added to the top of the roof, to protect the public from bombings by Italian planes during the British mandate.

With the closing of the station and its operations at the end of the 20th century, the complex was abandoned until 2013, when the entertainment complex was built up here.

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Bed Supperclub
Bed Supperclub
#About the Successful Bangkok Club that Close Down

Bed Supperclub used to be a great club, but don't try to look for it now.

From the most famous and popular club in Bangkok, nothing is left today. From a place that offered the hottest club in town and famous international DJ's and endless dancers, there are only a private Party company now, happening every so often, under this name.

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#About the Prettiest City in Crete

The coastal city of Rethymno is a pleasant Turkish-Venetian city, with a Venetian fortress built in the 15th century to protect the city. This is the third largest city in Crete, and lies on the shores of a sandy bay, with palm trees.

In Rethymno there is a beautiful harbor, picturesque alleys and a fort from the Venetian period. There are fascinating styles of architecture in the streets of the old city- stone houses from the Venetian period have wooden balconies added to the houses during Ottoman rule. Beside these are houses painted white and blue in the Greek style, along with a selection of creative and modern colors. The beauty of the fusion between new and old has a special charm.

A great evening activity is a night out in the vibrant Venetian quarter, which has many taverns and cozy terraces. The food and the mazes here are excellent.

Some of the taverns play local music featuring the lyra, an ancient three-string instrument which is still played here. Greek music has its own special sound, with elements from the East, and even Turkey. The instrument in the form of the Oud is similar to the Arab Oud and Bouzouki, which is also called a Tambour.

During an evening out one can take in the atmosphere of the freedom, the sounds of raki glasses clinking with the Yamas, the locals' "cheers," who laugh for pleasure. It's not to be missed!

The campus of the University of Crete is located in Rethymno. The students bring a young vibe into the city, even after the busy tourist season. In July, two traditional events are held in Rethymno: the city's wine festival and the Renaissance Festival, which offers artistic performances of theater, cinema and dance.

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Black Theatre
#The Black Theatre

The Black Theatre is its own unique genre in Prague, performing a variety of shows with black light illusions. The hands of the operators create a wonderful effect, combined with the content of an entertaining and fun show.

The art in this special technique, that takes light, shade, and darkness, has gathered up popularity to such extent in Prague, that the Black Theatre has a few new competitors around the city. At the Black Theatre you can enjoy a show of the highest quality.

For those interested, there is also the Black Theatre in the old city, named Ta Fantastika. Enjoy!

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Heineken Music Hall
#About the Concert Hall

Heineken Music Hall is one of the leading music venues in Amsterdam. This massive hall hosts performances and ensembles by the world's leading artists, as well as beginning groups. It was built between 1996 - 2001 and cost about 30 million euros. The hall is located next to the stadium and sports center "Amsterdam Arena."

The hall where the majority of shows take place is called "The Black Box." Its total area is 3,000 square meters and can fit up to 5,500 viewers. There are also smaller events here, in smaller halls, where only 700 or so viewers can fit.

Many known artists have performed here, among them are Kylie Minogue, Katie Perry and the Black Keys.
#About the Largest Department Store in Europe

The Ka-De-We Department Store has real consumer power. This is the largest and most prestigious department store in Europe. Even if shopping is not your favorite pastime, you should visit it. Between 40,000 and 50,000 customers visit here on any given day and nearly 400,000 products are sold here daily.

Ka-de-Wa is short for "Kaufhaus des West" in German: “The Western Department Store."

The store was founded in 1905 by the Jewish businessman Alfred Jendorf, inspired by the department stores that were then in the United States. He combined a large number of specialized shops under one roof. It was very luxurious and innovative for those times, so much so that the people of Berlin flocked to it like doves. The entire street where it was built became a commercial street and many businesses gathered around it. There were rare technological innovations in Berlin of those times, such as the fact that the whole building was lit with electricity and had no less than 20 elevators.

Over the next few years, the department changed hands until 1933, when the Nazis came to power and nationalized it. At the request of the Nazi regime and the banks' threats, the Jewish owners, the Titts family, were ‘persuaded’ to transfer control of the company to a businessman of Aryan origin. Thus, for 50,000 marks, the store was bought by businessman Georg Karag from the state.

During World War II, an American bomb crashed into the building. Only in the 1950’s was the building rebuilt and the store reopened. Berliners saw this as a sign of a return to normalcy, since the end of the war.


Be sure to do up to the dining floor in the upper levels, on the sixth and seventh floors of the department store. There is a huge food area here and a cafeteria and restaurant. The food is amazing and the quality is great. Try to sit in a place by the window towards West Berlin.

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#Rome's Entertainment District

The Trastevere district beyond the Tiber River is the city's entertainment district. Although up to the 20th century this area was populated by poor workers, today Trastevere quarter is the most trendy and popular area in Rome. There are a lot of students here, studying at the American John Cabot University which runs here.

Trastevere, known for its picturesque alleys paved with stone, contains a labyrinth of alleyways with excellent restaurants, popular bars, cafes and tea shops, and a variety of cute stores

Santa Maria Square is the main square, and a fountain with four giant oysters and wolf heads stands in its center. Every evening the square fills with vacationers and becomes the entertainment center for the city's young people. Talented street artists and a variety of stands with jewelry and art objects complement the wonderful atmosphere in the square.

In general, Trastevere is a lively district, especially known as the center of the entertainment scene of the Italian capital. This place is happening at all hours and one can also go shopping almost every hour of the day until late at night.

Located south of Vatican City, it is the 13th quarter of the city.

#The History of the Quarter

Etruscans settled in Trastevere dating back to the 8th century BC. The people of Rome themselves did not want to build houses there. They used to call it "the quarter across the river." Only a wooden bridge connected it to the city back then.

In the writings of Philo of Alexandria, who arrived in Rome in the middle of the 1st century CE, attests that in this period the city's Jews were concentrated in this area, on the right bank of the Tiber in a place called Trastevere. The Latin name, by the way, means "across the river Tiber."

In the time between then and now, the Roman settled their captives here as slaves and servants to the capital of the empire, Rome.

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Teatro alla Scala
#The Most Famous Opera House in the World

Whether you enjoy classical music or pop music, why not visit one of the world's most important opera houses?

La Scala is probably the most famous opera house in the world. There is no singer, dancer, or classical conductor who would not dream of performing here. The audience at La Scala is famous not only for the cheers and enthusiastic applause that promotes artists it likes, but also for heckling the artists they dislike.

Here were the premieres of the greatest classical composers of Italy, such as Verdi, Rossini and Puccini. Every evening, the biggest stars of the opera world and the greatest conductors lead the performance of the best operas in the world.

The amazing thing is that despite the tremendous importance of this opera house and theater, it is hard to believe, from the outside, that this is the place. Its structure is very simple, at least according to the accepted European standards. The feeling changes only when you enter and are exposed to the splendor and elegance of the spaces and halls of the building. The feeling when you will walk in La Scala is that you are walking in a typical chapel of the European nobility. After being destroyed by fire, its neoclassical building was rebuilt at the end of the 18th century.

This hall hosts the best opera singers in the world every evening. Its main hall has 2,000 seats and magnificent upper galleries. Pay attention to the high ceiling and its characteristic red and gold colors.

La Scala, just minutes away from the Duomo, is also the largest theater in Europe. In addition to the large hall, there are other luxurious halls, where for many years they have been holding magnificent balls and glamorous cultural evenings. There are also ballet performances, concerts and other cultural performances here, and this place is one of the most important cultural centers of the entire city.

The building also houses the Theater Museum of La Scala, which is a fascinating and impressive place in itself. Read more about it by clicking the tag "Teatro alla Scala".

#Theater Architecture

The elegant theater of the Opera House was planned in 1776 by neo-classical architect Giuseppe Piermarini. The building was built here after the Teatro Regio Ducale Theater burned down, the former theater which was used by the city's residents for years.

The name of the theater and the opera La Scala originates from the fact that the theater was built where the steps of the Church of Santa Maria were once located. "Scala" in Italian means a staircase.

The main hall of the theater, with its high ceiling, is decorated with elegant and luxurious colors of red and gold. The hall has 2,000 seats. It also has very luxurious upper galleries, which are worth visiting. The smaller halls in the building are grand halls, used for glamorous banquets and prestigious cultural evenings.

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Naviglio Grande
#The Canal Quarter that in the Evening Becomes the Entertainment Area

Navigli Quarter is the beautiful and trendy canal quarter of the city of Milan. This is one of the most popular tourist areas in the city. Among its neighborhoods are countless prestigious galleries, boutiques, chef restaurants, cozy cafes and prestigious fashion houses.

In the center of Navigli district, called the "Canal Quarter," two water trenches, left from what used to be the Navilglio of Milan, pass through the canal system, which was established in the city for agricultural purposes and became the main commercial route of the city. During the 14th century, it was expanded and adjusted to transport goods. It was used for transportation for about 500 years, until the 19th century.

These canals create within the city a miniature version of Venice. They turn the quarter into one of Milan's biggest touristy districts and is a real attraction, especially for those who want to sail calmly in boats and enjoy a peaceful view of the city's charms.

Over the course of the day, the Navigli district is distinguished by its atmosphere of freedom. Most of the visitors come to visit the two famous churches in it, the Church of San Lorenzo Maggiore, which has existed here since the Roman period, and the Basilica of Sant'Eustorgio, which has a magnificent chapel.

In the evening, the Navigli Quarter comes alive and explodes with fashionable young men and women. So, it becomes an entertainment center, which attracts the locals and many tourists. All of them come here and go to nightclubs, bars and pubs that are very lively and spend most of the night here.

The neighborhood is named after Naviglio Grande, the river of Milan.


In the summer you will enjoy open cultural events, fairs and markets that are open to the general public.

You can cruise for about an hour in the canals if you board the boats in Darsena, the ancient port of Milan.

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Sunshine City
#About Tokyo's Family Entertainment Complex

Sunshine City is one of the most famous attractions in Ikebukuro. It is a huge complex that opened in 1987, offering a huge entertainment space for every age, interest and budget. It is located on a skyscraper, and includes theme parks, cinemas, a cultural center, a huge shopping center with hundreds of arcade shops, a planetarium and more.

Sunshine City has visitors from all over Japan, who visit the city to enjoy the amazing things it offers. This is a "city within the city", you can spend many hours here. There are even hotels here, for those who never want to leave...

Sunshine City contains a number of theme parks and complexes, with an atmosphere for computer games, manga and Pokémon. The latter, by the way, also offers an ice cream museum with strange flavors like octopus, beef tongue, salt water and Indian curry. Next to the complex, the world's largest anime store is called Animite, which includes 9 floors of anime!

There is also the Sunshine Aquarium to visit, where one can watch fish and deep-sea dwellers, including sun-toned fish, who feed on jellyfish and are considered the largest fish in the sea.

A planetarium is here as well to explore, and it includes a magnificent high-tech sky dome. Through here you can head towards the romantic observation Sunhsine 60, which offers a view of the city from the 60th floor. The elevator will fly you up to a 240 meter view in only half a minute!

The Sunshine City is located in central Tokyo, ensuring easy access to and about the city.

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The Sunshine Aquarium:


The Endless Shopping Mall:


#About the Dubious Entertainment Square of Tokyo

One of the darkest squares of Tokyo is Kabukicho in eastern Shinjuku. This part of the city, which comes alive at 6:00 pm, devotes itself, to the less sensitive side of outings and nightlife.

In other words, as well as being full of restaurants, bars and shops, it is first and foremost Tokyo's sex and casual sex district. Kabukichō is the red-light district and the heart of the pleasure-making industry and the "love hotels."

There is a great supermarket of delight, which is not as blatant as that of Amsterdam, but it still excels in countless neon signs, of dubious businesses engaged in prostitution and gambling, with the active involvement of the local mafia and quite a few pimps and crooks offering the local girls to the highest bidder.

Apart from prostitution and gambling, you can get to know the palaces of pachinko machines, where young people get together and gamble on their money against sophisticated game machines. There is also a movie theater with a giant Godzilla statue above it, with great movies.

By the way, the name of the square comes from the Kabuki theater, which was supposed to be built there, but as you probably figured out - was never established.


It is recommended to avoid the bars in this square, especially because of scoundrels who run quite a few businesses and commit criminal acts against tourists.

If you do enter places these bars and entertainment places, do not go after people who invite you from the streets. Some of them trap tourists.

In Kabukichō bars, make sure that there is no COVER CHARGE, which means that you commit to ordering drinks at a minimal price.

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Big Mamou
#About Bucharest's Lively Jazz Club

The jazz scene in Bucharest is full of action, artists and successful groups. In this scene, the Big Mamou club is a great jazz club, offering jazz and blues performances, in all different styles, and unique combinations, with accordions or other cultural or makeshift instruments.

In the audience you will find many young students, local jazz musicians, jazz lovers and more. If you like jazz yourself - feel at home.
Boulevard Saint-Germain
#About the Boulevard

The main boulevard that crosses south of the Seine river, on the left bank, is the Saint-Germain Boulevard. The total length of the boulevard is 3,150 meters, its average width is 30 meters and it is curved in the shape of arch. The name of the boulevard lies in the old monastery that was placed in the area in the Middle Ages and today only a church remains.

In the 17th century, the area turned into the main and fashionable district. Aristocratic houses were built around it and the whole area had received a very good name up until the 19th century, when a transformation took place. The bourgeois neighborhoods built on the right bank made the Champs Elysées the most fashionable and well-regarded place in the city.

From the 1930's, the boulevard became prominent with typical Parisian nightlife. Some of the most famous and prominent coffee shops are here: Les Deux Magots, Café de Flore and Brasserie Lipp, which together create the Golden Triangle in front of the Church Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Famous intellectuals, celebrities and statesmen came to these cafes.

The initiative to build the boulevard was initiated by the Baron Osman in the framework of the great renovation program that he conducted in the city during the Second Empire.
Moulin Rouge
#About the Club Moulin Rouge

Beside one of Montmartre's wind stations, lies a club with a red windmill emblem. Moulin Rouge has been one of the most important attractions in Paris for many years. This place quickly became known and very important people came to it. The Moulin Rouge is located in the 18th district of Paris and offer circus shows with animals, snakes, dogs and of course impressive and fascinating dances. In this place you can also eat dinner and drink champagne.

The Moulin Rouge was built by two activists who wanted to characterize the place for the upper class population so they could reach the fashionable district in 1889. The place was bold and sexual, offering champagne, food and provocative dancing. This was probably a winning recipe because the place almost immediately became a huge success. Over the years, the Moulin Rouge not only attracted the upper class, but also businessmen, artist, working class, foreigners and impressive women. Everyone came here to see and be seen.

At the time the club was opening, Paris was under the impulse of renewal, change, industrial and social progress, and its opening was a record for it's time.

The outdoor scenery, the famous windmill, has become the inspiration and theme for many painter's creations, pictures and posters, which are popular to this day. The Moulin Rouge became the symbol of Parisian bohemianism.

Before entering the club we would recommend you take a walk around the area, the streets are beautiful and the atmosphere is magical.

#The Can Can Dance

The Moulin Rouge is also known as the birthplace of the Can Can Dance. This is a difficult and demanding dance, originating in France in the early 19th century. It is performed by a number of female dancers who dance next to each other in a line, dressed in long stockings, and skirts with many layers. From time to time, the dancers will lift their skirts in a provocative way, so that part of their leg is exposed. Due to this act, the dance was considered obscene and immoral and was given the name of a prostitute dance.

In the beginning, the Can Can dance was a done in pairs of men and women, however it gradually became a show dance performed to an audience - just like a performance in night clubs and brothels. Over the years, the dancers added elements of acrobatics, shouts and gestures, such as lifting the skirt up to the top of the head, kicks, jumps, and more.

The dance gained a lot of popularity and later gave birth to the cabaret.

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Mevlevi Monastery
Plaça Reial

אֵאוּרִיקַה - האנציקלופדיה של הסקרנות!

העולם הוא צבעוני ומופלא, אאוריקה כאן בשביל שתגלו אותו...

אלפי נושאים, תמונות וסרטונים, מפתיעים, מסקרנים וממוקדים.

ניתן לנווט בין הפריטים במגע, בעכבר, בגלגלת, או במקשי המקלדת

בואו לגלות, לחקור, ולקבל השראה!

אֵאוּרִיקַה - האנציקלופדיה של הסקרנות!

נראה שכבר הכרתם את אאוריקה. בטח כבר גיליתם כאן דברים מדהימים, אולי כבר שאלתם שאלות וקיבלתם תשובות טובות.
נשמח לראות משהו מכם בספר האורחים שלנו: איזו מילה טובה, חוות דעת, עצה חכמה לשיפור או כל מה שיש לכם לספר לנו על אאוריקה, כפי שאתם חווים אותה.