Dubrovnik is one of the most astonishing historical towns in Europe. These Walls above the sea, rich architecture and beautiful surrounding landscapes… It always makes visitors wanting to stay, take pictures, and so on. This is my very first article about Dubrovnik. I had been
Apart from permanent collections set on display in museums for years, an exciting part of visiting museums is a good temporary exhibition. During my last winter trip to Italy, my first stop was the city of Verona. When walking the street, I noticed lots of commercials
The Language of Beauty
Because of the turbulent history here in Balkans, now we have a museum dedicated to the past and history of today’s non-existent country of Yugoslavia, more precisely its history after the II World War up untill its end in 1991. Currently the Museum of Yugoslav
At the time of our visit, the National Museum of Finland was hosting a cool temporary exhibition. It was about the most notable Finnish composer of all time, Jean Sibelius, and his wife Aino. As the entire exhibition space was fulfilled with the sounds of
This looks like a set of ordinary Christmas trees. However, if you take a deeper look at the further pictures, you’ll notice that all the decorations were made from the recycled materials – the materials we usually call waste or even trash. Everything we would like
Things can be very fun when translated literally. In Croatia, the expression “pun kufer svega”, means something like “a suitcase full of stuff”, when translated literally to English. The expression does not mean that you packed too many things in your suitcase, but of course,
This is the main Atrium of the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb, Croatia, where the local artist Ida Blažičko placed her installation to give a different touch to the Museum’s Architectural Space.