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The three destinations of Olia Hercules

Olia Hercules, nuestra chef favorita y estilista de comida favorita con espíritu Global Nomad, nos recomienda sus tres ciudades favoritas para este verano.

El viaje de Olia empieza en Lyubimivka, un pequeño pueblo de Ucrania en el que retomamos sus raíces. Situado junto al río Dniéper, Lybimivka es un destino desconocido de Ucrania que esconde paisajes naturales y pequeñas casas en un entorno lleno de vegetación donde vivió su abuela.

La segunda parada la encontramos en Londres, una elección muy especial para la chef. “Londres es a la vez mi hogar y mi inmenso lugar de inspiración”. En el corazón de la capital inglesa encontramos Borough Market, un mercado especializado en fruta y verdura en el que podremos encontrar todo tipo de productos para cocinar.

Para finalizar, viajamos hasta Karabakh en Azerbajan. “Nunca he estado pero  grabé las historias de mis tías armenias este verano y mi sueño es poder ir” Entre la zona montañosa de Karabakh se encuentra el monasterio de Dadivank, un complejo arquitectónico construido entre los siglos IX y XIII que configura uno de los ejemplos únicos de la arquitectura de la zona.Olia Hercules, our favorite chef and food stylist with a Global Nomad spirit suggests us three of her best-liked cities for this summer.

The trip begins in Lyubimivka, a small town in Ucraine where she has her roots. Situated by the Dniéper River, Lybimivka is an unknown destination of Ucraine where natural landscapes and little houses (her grandmother lived in one of these houses) are hidden in an environment full of vegetation.

Our next stop is London, a very special choice for the chef. “London because they are both home and has been hugely inspirational.” In the heart of the English capital we find Borough Market, a market specialized in fruits and vegetables in which we can find all types of food to cook.

Lastly, we travel to Karabakh in Azerbaijan. “I’ve never been but have recorded my Armenian aunts stories this summer and it is my dream to go there now”. Between the mountainous areas of Karabakh, the Dadivank monastery is found as an architectonical complex built between the ninth and thirteenth century and is one of the unique examples of its architecture.Olia Hercules, our favorite chef and food stylist with a Global Nomad spirit suggests us three of her best-liked cities for this summer.

The trip begins in Lyubimivka, a small town in Ucraine where she has her roots. Situated by the Dniéper River, Lybimivka is an unknown destination of Ucraine where natural landscapes and little houses (her grandmother lived in one of these houses) are hidden in an environment full of vegetation.

Our next stop is London, a very special choice for the chef. “London because they are both home and has been hugely inspirational.” In the heart of the English capital we find Borough Market, a market specialized in fruits and vegetables in which we can find all types of food to cook.

Lastly, we travel to Karabakh in Azerbaijan. “I’ve never been but have recorded my Armenian aunts stories this summer and it is my dream to go there now”. Between the mountainous areas of Karabakh, the Dadivank monastery is found as an architectonical complex built between the ninth and thirteenth century and is one of the unique examples of its architecture.

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