The Archaeology of Fishing

Sit down, “keep calm”, and prepare for a little insight from the history of having fun, something that starts in the nature.  Stories told by museums might repeat in specific types of museums across the world. i guess that almost every archaeological museum has those Continue Reading

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 Continue Reading

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 Continue Reading

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 – Continue Reading