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This wonderfully rich and well researched story telling has been a pleasure to listen to recently.
There are a lot of unfamiliar names for people and places but if you let yourself go with the flow …
Ah…it seems nostalgic sites seem to be coming to EL quite often now.
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.
Happy Europe Day to everyone!!
err…what? Europe Day? Hmmm..
Well exactly. Does the average man in the street know that May 9th is Europe Day or indeed what it is to celebrate? Probably not! This week I asked a dozen and none knew.
Now we all know how much fun Berlin is and how there are surprises everywhere but this one threw me. How could I have missed it in the past? No more.
A few years back Ostalgia was all the rage. Goodbye Lenin was winning awards, trendy cafes and resturants provided all the kitch excitement you could want and there are always plenty of old ‘ostie’ items to buy.
Welcome to the new version of our magazine site, european-lifestyle.net.
We’ve been around for a while, but due to other commitments never really achieved the vision we were aiming for. There’s still work to do so please bare with us as we remove the scaffolding from the site….
The idea of a holiday in Serbia may not appeal to everyone but this is a country rich in history as the meeting place between Latin and Orthodox Christiantity, Islam and the rest of of Europe under the Ottoman Empire and the principle republic within Yugoslavia.
The National Dance House Gathering and Arts and Crafts Fair (Országos Táncháztalálkozó és Kirakodó Vásár) is a spectacular large-scale meeting of folk musicians, folk dancers, folk artists and masters of the crafts.
Dadaist, Surrealist, romantic and imaginative genius. Max Ernst was one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. The Louisiana’s exhibition is the first major presentation of Max Ernst in Denmark.