Passports weren't required in downtown Bryan Saturday, but lots of people brought one to stamp their way through the second annual Worldfest.
The international festival gave young and old a chance to get acquainted with the various cultures and traditions alive and well in the Brazos Valley.
"It's always neat to just meet people and talk about how they live here and what is different from the old country. So that's what I like about it and I like to sample the food," said Czechoslovakia native Stanislav Vitha, who was serving homemade kolaches.
Visitors could taste several different types of food, as well as catch live performances.
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