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Tamela

Tamela


Tamela is a freelance writer, photographer and musician. A certified Europhile, anything related to Europe piques her interest and she considers herself to be an armchair historian who can answer (almost) everything related to the continent. She loves to drink tea, watch UEFA during the spring and roots for the German football team in the upcoming FIFA 2020. Tamela has a thing for Italian cuisine. She is also of Spanish descent from both sides of her family, although she can only understand the Romance language and not speak it because of her horrible accent. Her free time is devoted to studying the German language and learning about Europe's military history through YouTube.

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01/01/2020

Underneath Their Clothes: The Issue with Priestly Celibacy

For these religious men, it is high time for the Church to do a comprehensive review of its own policies with regard to its celebacy docterine and reform it in order to adapt to the modern times, where priestly celibacy may no longer be applicable.

01/01/2020

Paprika is the Spice That Changed History!

Paprika has taken over the world by storm, and continues to flavor the palate of many people as it has for hundreds of years. Its vibrant red color gives it a distinct identity apart from the other mainstream spices people know of, and its origins, a tale that goes back to the age of discovery, is now regarded as the birth of a flavor that captivates as well as tantalizes the eater.

01/01/2020

Best Kept Italian Secret: The Federation of Damanhur

Damanhur takes its name after the same Egyptian city. And while the ancient Egyptian city is long gone, this Italian one, not only lives but thrives and abounds. This ecovillage is home to the Temples of Humankind — a maze of subterranean temples which houses lavishly decorated paintings, sculptures and murals that celebrate and pays homage to the human spirit.

01/01/2020

Paisano! Discover Palazzo Di Sammezzano

"Technicolor" is what many visitors use to describe this colorful and beautiful castle in Italy. The Palazzo di Sammezzano is a multi-color wonder exhibiting the Moorish revival architecture that was popular during the time it was being built.

01/01/2020

Melilla: Como es posible?! A Spanish city in Africa!

Melilla is your typical Spanish town. Humid, predominantly Catholic, a mix between European and Moorish architecture and culture. However, at its outskirts is a wall that is almost transparent, dangerous to cross, and some might say, "inhumane". It is a reminder that the viewer is looking upon Africa, although through a number of technicalities, they are in "Europe". It is a symbol of how the world may become more culturally accepting and diverse, yet even more walls are being constructed to keep "undesirable" people out.

11/30/19

Bloody Brexit: The Irish Question

The Brexit deadline looms over the horizon, and the future of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is now at stake. More focus is now directed on the small part of the country, the small sliver of land at the top of the Irish isle, as it gets caught in the crossfire between the European Union and the UK. Its residents could only wait it all out as a potential return to the dark past that many Irish would rather forget.

10/30/19

Bloody Brexit and Bollocks to the British Parliament

Months after former British Prime Minister (PM) Theresa May’s resignation, the whole country, and subsequently the European Union (EU), have been in a quandary over what would be the next step that the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) will take in its quest to secede from the EU.

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