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Spotted in Zagreb: Friday at the Museum of Broken Relationships

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-08-23

Technically, I spotted this on Instagram and Branka spotted it in in front of Zagreb’s Museum of Broken Relationships, awarded the Kenneth Hudson Award 2011 for ‘the most unusual, daring and, perhaps, controversial achievement that challenges common perceptions of the role of the museums’. It is also one of the top spots to see in […]

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PicturePostcard: Hello from Split

By KovaZg / 2013-08-13

Greetings from 1700 years of history, second largest city in Croatia, gateway to some of the most beautiful islands in the country, home to Hajduk, Blanka Vlašić, Toni Kukoč and Goran Ivanišević! Hello from beautiful Split! Grgur Ninski (Gregory of Nin) was the 10th century bishop who fought to hold religious services in the Croatian language. […]

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Stop for a minute today

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-08-01

Every year on August 1st people on streets of Warsaw pay hommage to the fallen heroes that fought for freedom in 1944 during the Warsaw Uprising. If you find yourself there today, STOP FOR A MINUTE!

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Losing a PARK for a PARKing

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-07-30

Zagreb is in headlines, and not for a good thing! Resolution has been brought by the Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning is to put down the DIY pool sculpture. This skateable piece of art was designed by Sergej Vutuc and built by the skaters themselves back in 2007 as part of “Art of Asfalt” […]

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Rest is not Pest, but there is Mania in Romania

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-07-26

I’ve been to Romania several years ago…taxi rides from the airport to the hotel were an adventure at the least. I clearly remember I was completely freaked out when a fat guy in a stained shirt with a toothpick in the corner of his mouth took me on a most nerve wrecking ride of my […]

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Stay Online while on Exit, it is Free for All

By Slobodan Begojev Bega / 2013-07-10

During the Exit festival, like every year before, free wireless Internet access is available for visitors of the Exit festival on the premises of the festival and below listed locations in the city centre. (courtesy of JKP Informatika Novi Sad) Wifi access points for free Internet:  Trg slobode  Katolička porta  Laze Telečkog  Trifkovićev trg  Zmaj […]

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Najlon flee market

By Slobodan Begojev Bega / 2013-07-08

Nylon flea market – place where  you can buy everything,  from a needle to a steam locomotive. Almost every Saturday morning,  for me and many of the citizens of Novi Sad, Serbia begins with a ritual tour of Nylon market. Situated on Temerinski put this Flea market earned its name because the first vendors used […]

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Free bookstore: The magic of books available to everyone

By Ivana Petrić / 2013-06-19

The Lolas Atomica creative duo, Marko Štrok and Ivona Komorčec, made a decision three weeks ago to start the Free bookstore project in Zagreb’s Prečko area. The purpose of the project was to make people more aware of the beauty of books and the written word. Bookstores are often a haven for the ones who […]

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Sziget Eye – Budapest

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-06-14

We have a new thing on our skyline. For exactly one week today Sziget Eye ferris wheel is turning in Budapest downtown. We went for a ride last Saturday, on a beautiful sunny day. The ferris wheel is situated on Erzsebet square. 65 m high wheel, with 41 (+1 VIP) air-conditioned cabins (each seating 8 […]

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