Walking through the city, going to work, crossing the city centre to go to an appointment, shopping… These are regular routine tasks that we all do in the region where we live. But imagine if, for almost a week, this dynamic is modified and every time you leave your house you find people dressed in...
The Cannon and the Funicular, the Blue Heart of Zagreb
As noon on a hot summer day approaches, the hustle and bustle of Zagreb’s city center become louder and more cheerful. There is a particularly pleasant mood at the entrance to the Upper Town, at the top of the city’s funicular under the Lotrščak tower, where a group of school children begins the countdown: 10,...
What is hidden right across the Acropolis?￼
Unknown to most people, southwest of the Acropolis is the Filopappos Hill, an open to the public place, which holds great history and gives some of the best viewpoints to admire Athens. If you did not know about Filopappos Hill, please follow me!
May Crosses in Spain
When May arrives, many cities of the south of Spain are filled with the scent of fresh flowers, orange blossom and other fragrances of spring.
Scotland: The Hidden Mother of the US
Hidden voices in the American story – Scottish influences on the birth of the US
The Roots of Loots￼
How a Gold Blossom Myrtle Wreath from Northern Greece is involved in the greatest scandal of the art world? A powerful story that breaks down the structure of the illegal market of antiquities and exposes the role of famous dealers and important museums in the trafficking.
Bruges, more than you can see
Bruges, in Belgium, has been a touristic town for more than a century. But under all the picturesque streets, the canals, beer breweries and other touristic attractions, lies a city with a rich history. A heritage that lives in every corner of this city. With three UNESCO listings, one can’t stop asking, what is so special about Bruges?
Art in times of war￼
Art is everywhere, even in the trenches. From time immemorial the human primordial needs creation, using all his creative potential, knowledge and skill to express himself through some form of visual art. Man’s designs can be found and seen everywhere. Even in the most unexpected places and time, where our common sense tells us they do not belong, as in times of sickness, conflict, and war. One proof of the previous...
Requiem for a City
Kind of a narrative about the city of Monastir or today known as Bitola in N. Macedonia and the city museum.
The Revolution of Regulation
From an oral tradition of the Middle Ages to the establishment of the first-ever system of mining laws. The miners of the Saxon Ore Mountains paved the way for a whole mining community that exceeded the borders.