Shaimaa Olwan

Shaimaa Olwan

46 articles published since April 10, 2022

Shaimaa Olwan is a bilingual editor, translator, simultaneous interpreter, and content writer. Literature and poetry are among her various interests. She has done several professional performances in the field of voice-over, storytelling, and poetry reading through her SoundCloud channel and other popular platforms.

She has a great interest in history, negotiations and peace-building studies, travelling, and cross-cultural communication and interaction, which gave her a broader understanding and acceptance of coexistence to celebrate, love, and embrace cultural differences across the world. She seeks to participate in making our world a better place for all mankind.

Posts by Shaimaa Olwan:

Syria

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10/06/2024

Syria: Explore 20 Beautiful Attractions that Will Seize Your Mind

Syria is a Middle Eastern and Mediterranean country in northwest Asia. It is known for its fascinating nature and contains...

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04/05/2024

Exploring the Magnificent Solstice Stone: Unveiling Mystical Powers

Imagine having a private audience with a secret so ancient, such as the Solstice Stone, that it predates even the...

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02/05/2024

The Art of Solomon’s Knot: Complete Guide

Does the thought of crafting intricate crochet designs feel a bit like scaling Everest? You’re in good company, we once...

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Valley Park

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25/05/2024

Valley Park, Newtownabbey, County Antrim

Nestled amidst the rolling hills and lush countryside of County Antrim, Northern Ireland, Valley Park is a tranquil oasis beckoning...

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Rossmore Forest

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09/04/2024

The Stunning Park of Rossmore Forest, Monaghan, Ireland

Ireland is known to possess a lot of fascinating parks where you can sit and enjoy the tranquillity of the...

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Cushendun Caves

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07/04/2024

Tourist Attractions in Cushendun and Torr Head

Northern Ireland boasts a wealth of natural beauty and historical landmarks, with its stunning coastline offering many attractions for locals...

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Hazelbank Park

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07/04/2024

Hazelbank Park, Newtownabbey, Antrim

Hazelbank Park is considered one of the best parks in Newtownabbey – which is why we decided to go and...

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Giant's Causeway

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13/04/2024

Tourist Attraction: The Giant’s Causeway, County Antrim

Northern Ireland is filled with unique, different tourist spots that you can visit. One of the favourites and most popular...

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Belfast City Hall

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07/04/2024

Exploring Belfast City Hall

In the bustling heart of Belfast, amid the rhythm of urban life, stands a towering monument to the city’s storied...

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Tollymore Forest Park

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07/04/2024

The Beautiful Tollymore Forest Park, County Down

For any lover of nature, Tollymore is a fascinating retreat. This scenic forest park, 3km west of Newcastle, offers lovely...

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Carrickfergus Castle, County Antrim

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07/04/2024

Carrickfergus Castle, County Antrim

Standing resolute on the shores of Belfast Lough, Carrickfergus Castle in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, is a monumental testament to...

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Castle Saunderson

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07/04/2024

The Historic Castle Saunderson, County Cavan

Castle Saunderson is located near Belturbet, County Cavan, Ireland. The Saunderson family formerly owned it. The O’Reillys of Breffni inhabited...

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Carnfunnock Country Park, Larne, Antrim

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07/04/2024

Carnfunnock Country Park, Larne, Antrim

Looking for places to visit in Northern Ireland with your family and friends? Located in Northern Ireland, Carnfunnock Country Park...

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Lake Muckno

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07/04/2024

Lake Muckno: Lough Muckno, County Monaghan

Lake Muckno, also known as Lough Muckno, is a freshwater lake in northeast Ireland. It is located in County Monaghan...

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Crawfordsburn

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18/04/2024

Crawfordsburn, County Down, Northern Ireland

Crawfordsburn is a small village in County Down, Northern Ireland, now a commuter suburb between Holywood and Bangor. It is...

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The Famous Temple Bar of Dublin, Ireland

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07/04/2024

The Famous Temple Bar of Dublin, Ireland

At first glance, one would think that The Temple Bar is a bar or a pub you could visit and...

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hidden meanings in Irish Folk Songs

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30/04/2024

Hidden Meanings in Irish Folk Songs: Decrypting the Cultural Codes

Irish folk songs are a captivating tapestry of narratives woven with the threads of Ireland’s rich historical and cultural heritage....

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Stonehenge to Carnac: Unravelling the Megalithic Enigmas of Britain and France

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23/04/2024

Stonehenge to Carnac: Unravelling the Megalithic Enigmas of Britain and France

Travelling across the landscapes of the UK and France, one is enthralled by the enduring presence of majestic megalithic structures...

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Samhain Traditions Exploring the Evolution from Ancient Rituals to Modern Festivities

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22/04/2024

Samhain Traditions: Exploring the Evolution from Ancient Rituals to Modern Festivities

Samhain, a festival with ancient Celtic origins, marks the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter, or...

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Solstice Celebrations in Celtic Tradition

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03/06/2024

Solstice Celebrations in Celtic Tradition: Honouring the Seasonal Shifts

Throughout history, solstice celebrations have played a significant role in the lives of ancient cultures, marking the ebb and flow...

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Cavan Museum

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21/04/2024

Cavan County Museum, Ireland

Cavan County Museum in Ireland has so much to offer and is dedicated to telling the history of County Cavan....

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Pollnagollum Cave

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15/04/2024

Belmore Forest: Pollnagollum Cave, Enniskillen

Belmore Forest is home to Pollnagollum Cave in County Fermanagh, part of the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark. You also...

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Australia Travel Statistics: From 2019 to Now

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23/04/2024

Australia Travel Statistics: From 2019 to Now

Australia Travel Statistics offers a fascinating glimpse into the country’s allure as a premier travel destination. From its vast landscapes...

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Irish Christmas Traditions

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07/04/2024

Irish Christmas Traditions and Their Ancient Origins: Unearthing Yuletide Rituals

Irish Christmas traditions have been celebrated for centuries, many of which have mysterious and storied origins. These customs create a...

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Role of Folklore in Preserving Indigenous Languages

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22/04/2024

The Role of Folklore in Preserving Indigenous Languages: Cultural Memory and Linguistic Diversity

Folklore plays a fundamental role in the survival and revitalisation of indigenous languages. It serves as a vessel, carrying the...

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Ancient storytelling techniques across cultures reflect the diverse experiences and values of different cultures, each with its unique narrative techniques and characters.

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17/04/2024

Ancient Storytelling Techniques Across Cultures: A Global Tapestry of Narratives

Storytelling has been a cornerstone of human culture, functioning as a meaningful way to preserve history, instil moral values, and...

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Flood Legends

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17/04/2024

Comparative Study of Worldwide Flood Legends: Analysing Global Myth Connections

In the vast tapestry of human history, flood legends stand out as a ubiquitous thread woven into the fabric of...

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The Global Journey of Celtic Music Cultural Influence and Evolution

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07/04/2024

The Global Journey of Celtic Music: Cultural Influence and Evolution

Celtic music has traversed vast landscapes and centuries to establish itself as a genre that resonates globally. Embarking from the...

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Rituals of the Equinox

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20/04/2024

Cross-cultural Rituals of the Equinox: Celebrations Around the World

As the Earth progresses in its orbit, the equinoxes arise as moments of equilibrium, where day and night extend across...

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Global Variations of the Evil Eye Myth

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16/04/2024

Global Variations of the Evil Eye Myth: Cultural Perspectives and Beliefs

The belief in the evil eye myth spans across cultures and time periods, marking it as one of the most...

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