Tag Archive: architecture

In the Shadow of Valletta’s Churches

We arrived at Valletta after some church holiday. No one could tell me exactly what was being celebrated, in Malta, there are similar holidays almost every day, but that’s what I understood only later. In the morning, I woke up… (READ MORE)

Wandering through the Streets of the Old Town in Plovdiv

Did you know that Plovdiv belongs to the ten oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world? It is even older than Rome. Discovered objects of everyday life show that the ancient Thracians established their settlement here in the 4th millennium… (READ MORE)

15 Tips for Oslo in Winter

I am sure that it has happened to you, too, that you found yourself in a city or country although you hadn’t planned any trip. So it happened to me to come to Oslo at the beginning of January –… (READ MORE)

Modrá in East Moravia for Children and Adults

Východná Morava – Modrá

Modrá (means Blue) is a small village near Uherské Hradiště in East Moravia (Czech Republic) with just about 700 inhabitants. Although the village is small, they realized two big projects which attract thousands of both young and old visitors every… (READ MORE)

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