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Pomposa – The Abbey of a Book

I am a big fan of the Italian writer Marcello Simoni. One of his book sequels are “L’abbazia dei cento peccati”, “L’abbazia dei cento delitti” and “L’abbazia dei cento inganni”. I read all of them of course. They are crime … Continue reading

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Vernissage “aus 2016” – Gunnar Asmus and His Photography

Everyone knows I love photography and I am so lucky to know some amazing photographers. Some of them are maybe not known wordwide until now but they are on the way to be. One of these amazing photographers is Gunnar … Continue reading

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The Basilica of San Petronio of Bologna

Bologna is one of the most livable cities in Italy, a city of universities, very international and it has the nearest airport from where I live when I am in Italy. Here friends arrive when they come over visiting me. … Continue reading

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The Key to … at the Key and Lock Museum in Graz

There are a lot of different museums in the world, thinking just about the museum of broken relationships in Los Angeles for example. When I was visiting my friend in Graz we were at the Key & Lock Museum. I … Continue reading

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In the Land of Giants – Carlingford on the Cooley Peninsula

Cairlinn (in Irish) is situated within the Cooley Peninsula next to the Northern Ireland border. It’s a tiny super tidy town (1988 it won the Irish Tidy Towns Competition) next to the sea and int the Cooley mountains with a … Continue reading

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