Monthly Archives: August 2020

Erosion – A Natural Phenomenon – I Calanchi di Atri

‘I Calanchi’ are a geomorphologic process of erosion due to the climate. Clay mixed with a high percentage of sand, steep slopes, rain and dry seasons are the sculptors of the badlands of Atri in the northern coastal part of … Continue reading

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Homemade Gherkins or Pickles

Fermentation is a way of conserving food. It is one of the oldest ways to preserve food and have enough to eat during ‘hard’ times like winter or dry periods. I prepared homemade gherkins or pickles. There is evidence of … Continue reading

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Summer Flower Power at the Arboretum of Ellerhoop

The Ellerhoop-Thiensen Arboretum near to Elmshorn in Northern Germany is a 7 hectares botanical garden. It is open the whole year round and offers at every season spectacular emotions. The flower power in this place is beyond everything. Even now … Continue reading

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Inside Out – Body Worlds in Lübeck

Body Worlds is a traveling exposition created by Gunther von Hagens. It shows human and animal bodies, preserved by plastination. I saw the exhibition in Lübeck in the Gollan-Werft, an event hall I have been several times for different events. … Continue reading

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Meow – Today is International Cat Day!

There are celebration days for everything, of course there is one for our beloved felines: On the 8th of August there is the International Cat Day. International Fund of Animal Welfare created the day in 2002. It is called also … Continue reading

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