Discover Zagreb in 7 easy steps

Are you planning to visit Croatia? You should not skip Zagreb. The country’s capital is a simple and magnificent city, full of stories, fun, and full of life, as Croatian official slogan suggests – Croatia Full of Life. This article is a kind of beginner’s Continue Reading

7 Untold Stories from European Archaeology

This time has come. We are already in the Vučedol’s New Year since the Orion has disappeared from the night sky, being replaced by the Sun, and more hours of Sunshine. What are the earliest beginnings of the European history? Surely they can be found in Continue Reading

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

Museum Fashion Show

During my recent trip to Vukovar I had great moments in Vučedol, an important archeological site, with a recently opened concept-based museum which is perfectly fulfilled with fun experiences. Apart from the original pieces found on the site and some copies of previously found pieces that had ended up Continue Reading

Greek Myths before the Greeks

My post series about ancient cultures is not over yet. I will tell you few curious discoveries that I had never learned before, and very few people did, so here comes the Vučedol Culture Museum to show us what it is about.  The Vučedol Culture Continue Reading

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… Continue Reading

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 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

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