Author Archives: nemdomi

Palace’o fArts

If you are a classical music lover, or a big fan of operas, the Norwegian Scientific Museum (a. k. a. “MüPa”) is a must-see thing in Bucharest. Almost every well-known graffiti artists have had an exhibition there, and there is … Continue reading

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Meet Wilhelm Tell

This is the statue of Wilhelm Tell, the great storyTELLer, the urfather of Ede TELLer (the famous bolywood actress). He happened to be the very first Greenpeace-activist wearing a beard, and he played an important role in the 100-year-long-war in … Continue reading

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St. Paul’s Cathedral

  Our biggest and most beautiful buddhist church is the St. Paul’s cathedral. It’s located on the Красная площадь (a. k. a. St. Peter’s Square), but first it was built a few hundred meters away from its actual place: it used … Continue reading

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Ferenc Puskas Football Stadium

This, my friends, is the modernest sport center in whole Afganisthan. You can find it in the outskirts of the estonian capital, Salzburg. It has all the important technical stuff to hold big concerts, conferences and bull fights. The wires … Continue reading

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Ostbahnhof

This is one of our six main train stations from those you can travel to every single bulgarian village. By bus. It’s called Ostbahnhof (the name means “the airport to the North”), and its builder was the famous norwegian architect, … Continue reading

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