Fake Branded Fashion in a Museum

Maybe you would really love to have one of those branded handbags whose price never goes bellow 1000 euros. Getting a Rolex or Cartier is an amazing feeling, and you also need a pair of famous shoes or glamorous sunglasses. Can you afford it? Hmm… Show me this article…

Prehistoric Fashion

Apparently, all the ancient civilisations were fashion aware. Egyptian women used a lot of makeup. In the Roman Empire, noble families had their own styles of wearing toga. Many wall paintings, sculptures and everyday items found on archaeological sites of any of these cultures can Show me this article…

Photography – Moment of the Present and the Truth

Dragutin Staničić is 59 and lives in Zagreb. He is among the very few ferrofanatics who work for the railway, and has done so for four decades now, in the Signalling and Telecommunication Devices Sector in Zagreb. Since the mid-1970s, he has been heavily involved Show me this article…

Living in the Capital City

Today I’ll talk about a museum situated in a real metropolis. This is the second episode of the post series about unknown stories from archaeology in Europe, about a place that was the “prehistoric London”, according to professor Aleksandar Durman.  It was 5000 years ago Show me this article…

Contemporary Castle

Every place in every corner of Europe has a kind of local castle or palace, a former noble residence, usually in service of museum today. These monuments/museums provide a cute experience to many children – they can imagine princes and princesses, the way I once Show me this article…

5000 years ago in Europe

The Danube is the Europe’s greatest river, and it flows through 4 capital cities. In the pre-historic times (the Eneolithic period of earliest copper-smithing), there were three highly advanced civilizations – Mesopotamia – with the capital of Asia, Egypt – with the capital of Africa, and – Show me this article…

The Wonderful Process of Constructing Trains

Nenad Medić is one of those people who are lucky enough to do what they love for a living, and don’t have to separate between work and leisure time, profession and hobby… This is the second story from the series “Reasons to love railways”., sent by Show me this article…