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Early Soviet Photography‎: Max Penson
20/7/12 – 09:00 | No Comment
Early Soviet Photography‎: Max Penson

We’re firm fans of old photos here at EL Towers.  Looking at people and places long gone allows us some degree of historical reference to the events and news which we read and hear about …

Strings of Autumn Festival
23/9/09 – 07:00 | No Comment
Strings of Autumn Festival

There are a few good concert festival seasons in Europe. The BBC Proms in London during the summer is one of the best.

The later part of the year, however, belongs to the Strings of Autumn festival in Prague.

Long Night of Museums
25/8/09 – 06:00 | No Comment
Long Night of Museums

Might want to add this one to your diary if you’re around Berlin on the 29th August.
The Long Night of the Museums is a popular annual event where they all open their doors at night …

Linz Europa Hafenfest
1/7/09 – 04:00 | No Comment
Linz Europa Hafenfest

He who returns from a long journey has much to tell. He brings impressions and gifts with him. The Festival of Turning Points.

The LINZ EUROPA HARBORFEST set for July 3-5, 2009 is the culminating highlight of the LINZ EUROPA TOUR 2007 – 2009 starring Hubert von Goisern. As Linz09’s goodwill ambassador, he sailed his waterborne stage up and down Central Europe’s great river road. Now, he’ll be joined in Linz by his musical traveling companions and some of the local acts featured at concerts along the way. So all those who weren’t able to make it to the Black Sea or Amsterdam have the opportunity to experience these incredible musical encounters in Linz—not on board ship, but still with Hubert von Goisern on stage.

Acropolis Museum
21/6/09 – 09:40 | No Comment
Acropolis Museum

The new Acropolis Museum opened in sunny Athens on Saturday 20th June.

The spectacular new building over 25,000 square metres houses some of the best artifacts from ancient Athens and Greek history.

Tarzan!
20/6/09 – 21:01 | No Comment
Tarzan!

As far as we can remember there was only one principal French character in Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan, however that isn’t stopping the Musée du quai Branly from hosting a new exhibition in Paris.