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The Eighth Wonder of the Oldest Remaining Monastery in Styria

Admont Abbey is the oldest remaining monastery in Upper Styria and hosts the largest monastery library of the world. But strangely it is not an UNESCO site. I had the possibility to see this magnificent library just a few weeks … Continue reading

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Fast Food and More in Venice

North America is famous for its Fast Food. Well-known fast food chains are coming mainly from that country, and they are very popular especially with the youth. Italy is a country that always had difficulties to accept that kind of … Continue reading

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The Invisible Apple Cake

Some days ago a friend of mine found an interesting apple cake she wanted to prepare. Honestly I think she didn’t yet. But I was intrigued and gave it a try – gluten-free version. Seen on the photo the cake … Continue reading

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Between History and Veggies – Il Mercato Centrale

This summer when I was exploring Florence together with my friend we came across an interesting building in the middle of a super crowded street with hundreds of vendors. It was the Mercato Centrale. Not far away from the basilica … Continue reading

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Santa Maria Novella – The First Great Basilica of Florence

When we got out of the train station Santa Maria Novella in Florence, we walked towards the city center and passed beside a nice looking building. I wanted to have a look, why not starting right here to sight-seeing the … Continue reading

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