Why do we celebrate Women’s Day and Why should we celebrate it?

This internationally celebrated day has a very deep meaning and aims to spread the message that there can be no development without gender equality.
The keywords of the day are:

  • Female emancipation
  • Fight against violence
  • Leadership
  • Inclusion


Infact the UN officializated the International Women’s Day – but the day of the woman was born many years before with the workers demonstrating in New York in 1857, even if the origin dates back to 8 March 1909 in which works of works died in a fire in the textile textile ‘Cotton and Cotton’ where they worked in New York or according to other sources on March 8, 1917 when a St. Petersburg women showed up for the end of the First World War – March 8 is still a important, symbolic, significant date.

“Inclusion rider” Frances McDormand said this statement last night at 90th Oscar Accademy Night in which she urged all other female nominees to stand up and reminded had to tell and projects that needed financing. Quoting Stacy Smith during his speech at the TED TALK, who researches gender equality in film and television at the University of Southern California, has put it, it’s the idea that line “positions”, where women, people of color, and members of LGBT communities are traditionally underrepresented.

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New York City – United States

Are Looking for amazing places to travel alone in America? Explore the Big Apple’s outer boroughs and the streets of Manhattan with no arguments over which iconic landmark, cutting-edge galleries and world-famous museums to visit, as the MOMA. This city can be expensive, if you are not prepared to put your money as Carrie Bradshaw, in shopping and in expensive restaurants. You may also go rollerblading in Central Park, take a sightseeing cruise on the Hudson, people watch in Times Square, or browse a Brooklyn flea market and eating around typical markets on international neighborhoods.


Reykjavik – Iceland

The Institute for Economics and Peace has been have ranked Reykjavik at first position of the Global Peace Index.
It is one of the safest places to travel alone in the world, for women’s day. That city is know for its safety, but not mistake not only for it.
Mystic, laid-back and downright beautiful, in Reykjavik is a great base for a day trips, it will be easy to move around and display Iceland’s postcard-perfect attractions, such as the Blue Lagoon and Northern Lights.


Bali – Indonesia

If you should just a relax and take it easy you can wish for a trip in Indonesia relaxing beaches, temples as well as inexpensive accommodations and food are just some of the top reasons why Bali is often deemed one of the ultimate places to travel alone for females. You will be so busy unwinding and soaking up your karma with yoga lessons and also the wondrous Balinese culture that you’ll forget that you are traveling alone.


Rome – Italy

Shall you indulge all your five senses? Found Rome. As a female solo traveler, walking around this vibrant Italian city will let you feel empowered and fully present. Not to mention, you may even get a marriage proposal, as you wander around Rome, as a solo traveler. Shall you indulge all your five senses? Found Rome as your next choose for a female solo traveler in women’s day. When you are walking around this vibrant Italian city will let you feel empowered and fully present. Not to mention, you may even get a marriage proposal, or you will hope to meet from a romantic unknowed as you wander around Rome, as a solo traveler.

Here, you can visualize the Roman Empire, in its full glory, by visiting the city’s awe-inspiring ancient sites, such as the Pantheon, Roman Forum and Coliseum. Likewise, you can see the pope’s home at The Vatican City and Saint Peter’s Basilica. Then, you may put on a pair of comfortable shoes and explore the piazzas and cobble laneways, while drinking sterile water from the city’s eye-catching fountains.


Melburne – Australia

Melbourne can serve as a base for exploring awesome places to visit in Australia as well, such as Philip Island, The Great Ocean Road and Grampians National Park. For Women solo traveling can be the best places to praised for its live music, award-winning food and artistic culture. In fact Melbourne is a safest places to travel alone for women, also labeled as the cultural capital of Australia. As a matter of fact, you can even walk around there at night on your own. In addition, Australia is an English-speaking country, meaning it is easy for solo travelers to get around and navigate in Melbourne. If you ever need help, you may ask anyone walking by, and they will be happy to assist you.

The Historians reported some academics mysterious thesis about Halloween origins commonly associated to Pagan, Celtics and Christian.

In Celtic farming culture, however, elements of the harvest festival, suppressed by pagan roots, as the link to the fruitful godness Pomona have survived, even among Christians. Just as the Christmas tree owes it is origins to pre-Christian German traditions without being a pagan ritual.  Although there is no evidence the Popes Gregory III or Gregory IV was even aware of Samhain.

The pagan feast ended when the Celtic people had converted to Christianity hundreds of years before the feast of all saints. Rome is the oldest city in the world and inside her story there are some of mysterious of ghosts and spookeless places. That’s a reasons why to visit the ancient city and make for a fun and exciting time, especially around Halloween.

Hereafter, some of the most spookness and mysterious attractions in Rome and surroundings.


1) Crypt of the Capuchin Monks

In Rome there is a museums where is celebrated mysterious and halloween spirt by Conception of the Capuchins. They have had decorated with the bones of more than 4000 friars recovered between 1528 and 1870 from the Cappuccini Order Cemetery. In the 5 chapels inside the crypt are also several different skeletons. Located right off the haughty Via Veneto, at the beginning of the tour visitors will be received from the skeleton of a friar with as much saio on it.


2) The Catacombs on the Via Appia Antica 

Outside of Rome on the Via Appia Antica there are thousands mysterious of Romans, including saints and popes, were buried in the vast network of catacombs. The largest and one of the oldest catacombs to visit is St. Domitilla. You can also visit San Callisto, which contains 14 papal crypts, and San Sebastiano, where Saint Sebastian was buried (the church of Saint Sebastian rises above the catacomb).

3) The Vatican Necropolis

Very similar to the catacombs on the Appian Way but located below Vatican City there are the Vatican Necropolis. These scavi are a spookness look at the tombs of dozens of popes, including St. Peter. Given it is famous residents,  the scavi is one of the holiest sites in Rome. But it certainly becomes spooky when one pauses to think that they are walking amongst the remains of the church’s most storied figures.