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Month: December 2016

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Christmasing in Brussels

Living in Brussels gets special glow in the time of Christmas. There are many Winter Wonders and of course the Christmas Market where local delicious smell at long distance 🙂 Usually the Winter wonders (fra. Plaisirs d’Hiver) stretche over 2.5km through the Grand Place, the Bourse, Place Ste Catherine, the fish market and Henri Maus and Bouse-de-Brouckère […]

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Maribor, Slovenia

Maribor is the second most important centre and the second largest city of Slovenia.  With its 115 000 inhabitants who live on the surrounded  wine growing hills and Mariborsko Pohorje mountain. The city is located near the Slovenian border with Austria, beside the Drava river and it is the capital of Ĺ tajerska (slov. Styria). I visited the city as my […]

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Hamburg, Germany

Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany. It derives from 9th century and the times of the king Charlemagne. It rose in a marsh between the River Alster and the River Elbe as a defence against Slavic incursion, and got the name Hammaburg, burg meaning castle or fort. Hamburg’s port the so-called Hafencity, was […]

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Roubaix, France

Most famous by its church, a city in city in Northern France, a historically mono-industrial commune ad fabolous place to calm down and take a walk. Saint Martin’s church is originally from 9th century but reconstructed in 18th. On the other side of the main square is nice City Hall from 18 century worth to take a […]

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3 months in Madrid

I lived in the capital of Spain for 3 months doing my internship in Ministry of Foreign Affairs. For that time, I had lots of free time to explore the city and enjoy the sun in late winter days. I usually had my coffee on Plaza de Sol or Plaza Mayor. They are central squares in the city […]

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The Knights of Malta âš”️

For long time haven’t I been impressed so much by a country like Malta: of it’s history, remarkable landscape or the food and vine. My heart was broken when I needed to come back… I landed around midnight and took a taxi to my hotel, completely forgetting that Malta was part of British Empire and […]