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10 Great Museums to Visit at Hallowe’en

October 26, 2015

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Hallowe’en is just around the corner, and I have to admit, I am a big fan! Previously, I shared a piece here on the blog about the Scottish/Irish cultural background of Hallowe’en (if you think it’s all about devil worship, I recommend you read it and be convinced of the contrary), but this year I decided to do something a little fun instead. I had a look around the world to see which spookily themed museums would be a perfect fit for museums lovers to visit […]

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A Postcard from…Paris

March 30, 2015

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Dear Jenni, I recently travelled to Paris, one of my favourite cities in the world, and I thought a lot about you while visiting museums. I always wished to visit a LeCorbusier building and during this trip, my wish came true! I went to see the Maison La Roche, where the Corbusier Foundation works. Unfortunately, the building is under renovation, so I could only visit half of it, but let me write about the other half. First I was really surprised to see such a […]

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5 Egg-celent Museums to visit at Easter

March 31, 2013

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There’s a museum for everything these days, so it wasn’t that hard to put together a list of Easter related museums. Most of these I haven’t been to yet myself, but some of them are definitely going on my ‘must visit’ list! 1. Located in Sonnenbühl, near Stuttgart, is Germany’s Osterei-Museum (Easter Egg Museum). Opened in 1993, the museum “revolves around the egg content and its importance in the Christian tradition as well as the decorated egg as a cultural object in many cultures worldwide.” […]

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