TAG: Culture

Rio de Janeiro, the Christ Redeemer

Rio de Janeiro, the Christ Redeemer
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Berlin: the Long Night of Museums

Berlin: the Long Night of Museums
Berlin is a city that never goes to sleep, and this statement is as true as ever when talking about culture. In the German capital they celebrate the Long Night… READ MORE

Budapest, Palace of Arts

Budapest, Palace of Arts
Palace of Arts is the most important cultural center of Budapest. It was projected by Hungarian architects Zoboki and Demete in 2005. The former complex was totally renovated, as part… READ MORE

Barcelona: Centre of Contemporary Culture

Barcelona: Centre of Contemporary Culture
Barcelona is the city of culture, and thanks to this reason it's visited by throusands of tourists each year. Art and architecture are particularly modern, fruit of a creative current… READ MORE

New York: Apollo Theatre and Afro-American Music Culture

New York: Apollo Theatre and Afro-American Music Culture
Apollo Theatre is one of New York's most famous Afro-American music halls. Across the decades, it associated almost exclusively with black artists; it's located in Harlem, a district well known… READ MORE

New York: Eatily

New York: Eatily
 You've been in the Big Apple for too long and are feeling homesick? Are you looking for an oasis away from the fast food and the chaotic rhythm of New… READ MORE

Edinburgh: Our Dynamic Earth

Edinburgh: Our Dynamic Earth
Our Dynamic Earth is a science built in the Scottish capital. It is located at the base of the tall hill that dominates the city (Arthur's Seat), besides the Parliament… READ MORE

Moscow, the Kremlin

Moscow, the Kremlin
The Moscow Kremlin is the symbol of the city; it is located on the Borovichkij hill, surrounded by beautiful Alexander's Gardens. The complex serves as the official residence of the… READ MORE

Budapest, Underground Museum

Budapest, Underground Museum
The underground station Deák tér, in Budapest, is a very particular destination. Here you can find the Underground Museum, which tells the story of Hungarian transports through reconstructions and historical… READ MORE

Edinburgh, a look at Irvine Welsh

Edinburgh, a look at Irvine Welsh
Irvine Welsh is a contemporary Scottish novelist, born in Leith; he lived between Edinburgh, Amsterdam and London. His main works are Trainspotting, Glue, Ecstasy, Crime. He moved to London when… READ MORE