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Interview of the week

From London to Compostela: a Londoner journey to letting go

Born in Romania and raised in Sweden, Tanya moved to London in 2012 to study photography. Four years ago, Tanya wanted to live the big city life. And London delivered. Not too long ago though, Tanya realised she missed nature as she experienced it in Sweden. Although London is famous for its parks, Tanya needed more...


Our recommended places

Lost in Mexico: Tulum

The Island of Watercolour Landscapes

Sardinia: The Wildest and Hottest Europe Getaway

Where to, 2018?

Messages from the unseen world

The castle capital of the world

Magical Christmas in Russia

Relaxing in Spas around the Saxon borders


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Volume 1

The Vol.1 of Unspoken World Magazine called "The Book of London: Diversity". In the current issue, we will show you one of the greatest cities in the whole world - London! Selective and hand-picked interviews, interesting stories and articles, professional art photography - this what is waiting for you inside this issue! Unspoken World is a collectible item of 200 thick & high-quality pages, which are waiting for you to be read and looked at!

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Cook with #UnspokenWorld & discover world cuisines

Trend alert! #Hotcakes

Since ancient times, pancakes have popped up in various forms, in different places. Romans used to eat them, Greeks would enjoy them topped with honey and every culture tried to tailor these flat cakes with whatever was specific in their own culinary traditions. Some things have stayed the same, though, since then until this day: all across the world, pancakes have been cooked with flour, eggs, milk and butter – but today we have hundreds of options to make them eggless, dairy-free and gluten-free. Whichever you might prefer, here are some of the yummiest hotcakes for this winter...


Diaries from different countries

Not “small”, but “compact”. “Not new”, but “modern”. “Not crowded”, but “multinational”.

Not “small”, but “compact”. “Not new”, but “modern”. “Not crowded”, but “multinational”. Perhaps Vilnius combines the above characteristics as no other European city. Its rich diversity of tangible and intangible heritage both portray an exceptional illustration of European capital which evolved in an organic manner over a very long period and keeps evolving...


Travel without a reason

Going to Africa is something else – I highly recommend it – meaning that every day I wish I would die and I’m afraid of dying at the same time, alternating this confusion with trying to hold back tears. Darius is probably now on his way to some great adventure, but he won’t tell. What he did agree to tell, though, was his greatest challenge so far: travelling to Africa on his motorcycle, accompanied by his teddy bear, Pamfil...


Unspoken Summer destinations

Start planning your summer. Time is flying. Fairytale valleys, charming little islands, hiking paradises, mountains meeting lakes on spiritual journeys, cobbled streets, landscaped or wild gardens and fantasy bridges are just a few of our summer destinations in Europe: places carefully selected to inspire your search for a perfectly zen vacation and … a good Instagram story. But hey, who said postcards aren’t in trend anymore? You’ll definitely want to send your friends snaps of these #unspokenworlds.


This is interesting


Himalayas: a Road Trip to the Top

Concept and music: The ‘70s music scene in London

A trip to Greenland: what to visit?

Profit vs Human Capital: Facebook.com VS Facebook.org (internet.org)

“One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation.” Arthur Ashe
  • Cape Town has no shortage of amazing beaches, but Boulders Beach in False Bay offers something extra special – a colony of African Penguins!
  • Did you know giraffes can run at speeds of up to 34 miles per hour (56 km/h)? 🚵‍♀️🚵‍♀️🚵‍♀️🚵‍♀️🚵‍♀️
  • #unspoken 
#unspokenfeelings #unspokenquotesforsomeone #unspokentruth 
  • Did you know that tribal make-up plays a key role in many of the various groups in Africa? Often in the form of face paint, it can signify many different things such as hunting, religious and traditional reasons, military purposes or to scare an enemy.
#zulu #masai #southafrica #tribe #sa #joburg #unspokenworld
  • #spreadlove #instawriter #indianwriter #thoughtoftheday #loveyourself #happiness #piece #affirmations #gratitude #quotes #goals #philosophy #buddhist #thoughtoftheday #beyou #unspokenworld
  • CAPE TOWN: a place one can't even dream of before being there.
Home to the oldest building in #SouthAfrica, the Castle of Good Hope,  the first-ever heart transplant, to the infamous Table Mountain, landmark that inspired Robben Island prisoners during apartheid. And so much more... #capetown #traveltuesday #SA
  • As many as 10 million people visit #Morocco each year. Are you on the list? 😍
The coast, their culture, and their history the focus of tourism promotions. 
In fact, the Moroccan government has launched its #Vision2020 which plans to make Morocco one of the world’s top 20 tourist destinations by the year 2020 to double the annual number of international visitors!
  • Not sure if sleeping counts...
#hemingway #unspokenworld
  • ...
  • Clear skies, warm sand, a cold drink…
 Isn’t that what everyone wants for their holiday? 
Well, in Rio you will not only find that, but also the bluest sky in the whole wide world. (based on a survey done in 2006 by a TV researcher who travelled around the globe in search of the world’s “bluest” sky)
  • What do the Sugar Loaf, the statue of Christ the Redeemer, and Copacabana beach postcards have in common? The Guanabara Bay is in the backdrop of all of them! Did you know it  goes through no less than 15 different cities and has more than one hundred islands? 🇧🇷😳🐟
  • Welcome to #RiodeJaneiro!
Did you know the name means January River, but the river is actually a bay?
Rio de Janeiro, or January River, is a very poetic name for a city with more than 200 rivers running through it. But which river does it refer to? Well, the answer is: none of them.
It was in January 1502 that Portuguese explorer Gaspar de Lemos first arrived in Rio. Legend has it that Lemos was sailing through Guanabara Bay when he came up with the name for the city, mistaking the bay as the mouth of a big river! 😆🇧🇷
  • Mexican delicatessens, as promised. 😉🌮⠀
#defe #mexicocity #igersmexicocity #mexico⠀
unspokenworldmag#tacotuesday #burritobowl #mexicanfood #mexicanproblems #igersmexico #unspokenworld #foodporn #foodie #unspokenworldmagazine
  • Welcome to #Mexico, and that means lots of tacos, burritos, quesadillas, guacamole, enchiladas, and okay we shall stop! 🌮 ✈️😍 #defe #mexicocity #igersmexicocity #mexico
  • "Float like a butterfly" philosophy.
#mondaymotivation #quotestoliveby
  • Some of our favourite Londoners and great contributors to Issue 1. ❣️❣️❣️
#thebookoflondon #unspokenworldmagazine #unspokenworld