Category Archives: Germany

Berlin’s well.

”Sorry, Paris. We love Berlin!” This funny slogan is written on the poster. A lot of my friends agree with it, cos Berlin is less posh, more weird and free in a way of creativity. When I was there 7 years ago (it was 5-hour-stop on a way from Groningen to Kiev) I found it as a city without a soul. Strict architecture, visiable traces of WW2 together with winter cold gave me impression of unfriendly place. The goal of my weekend trip to Berlin was to change my negative impression. Trully saying, this was my hardest post so far. I spent a week on writing, making stops on controversial thoughts. I still have some doubts, but I am 100 % sure, that you will never find a city more historically concentrated, than Berlin. Continue reading

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Oktoberfest – 200 years old party.

Photo by Natalia MaiborodaIn a few days the biggest party in the world will start. At least that’s how they call Oktoberfest! Everyone in Munich will have a great excuse to be drunk from 17th of September till 3rd of October. Normally this annual festival¬† lasts 16-18 days, including the first Sunday in October. Last year I was there for its anniversary – 200th Oktoberfest. Continue reading

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