The Language of Beauty
This a series about my recent winter trip to Italy.
History, as a school subject, was a huge torture for some kids. It was so boring to memorize all these dates, years, kings, battles, or when something was discovered (America or India, for instance).
This article is going to tell you a story about a lighthouse. How do you imagine the life and work of historical lighthouse keepers? Above the Ocean How people commonly imagine the life of a lighthouse keeper: Lighthouse keepers were living right above the
This is a story about visiting someone’s private home. While the door was opened I could just get in. Or not? This is a real palace. You may need as much as two weeks to get to know Lisbon for real. You would need that
It was on November 5, 2016, 9 am when I went up the Triumphal Arch. The mystical sunlight, coming from the Tagus River, had been getting quickly replaced by the dark clouds coming from the hills and upper parts of the city. It was my
I have just discovered his gorgeous home. Go with me and I will tell who is he and did how he end up here 😀 A Masterpiece In October 2007 I visited the Archaeological Museum of Zagreb for the very first time. The Museum was hosting
Some buildings look like sculptures. Some buildings were constructed to make some kind of impact, or to show technological development. Today I’ll be talking about a museum I had dreamed of visiting until I did it in July this year. New York City. I will not
What do you think, are these truths painful? How can anything related to travel be painful anyway? These stories are strong, powerful, but I think it doesn’t mean that they are painful. No worries 🙂 I was recently contacted by the Croatian Railway Museum. They
Inspired by the posts about Railways and their fans, I remembered about another emblematic transportation topic that impressed me a lot during my three-weeks long trip to Scandinavia, 9 years ago. I can say that it was the most fun discovery I had on that