Exploring Rome: My Top Three Tips

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Vintage, photo location and design market: time for a break between the cultural treasures and exhibitions of Rome. Here come my three favorite tips for you! P.S.: this article is of course unpaid, I just wanted to share my discoveries with you. Enjoy.

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Weltmuseum Wien: The Power of Things
The story of Negin Rezaie at Weltmuseum Wien.

Weltmuseum Wien: The Power of Things

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The Weltmuseum Wien is currently offering a new format, in which visitors are guided through scenes of migration in a mixture of performance, dialogue and museum visit. A review of an evening walk between stories, teapots and the dragon tattoo of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.

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Muriel Barbery: The elegance of the hedgehog
Photo by Tales like Art, published with kind permission of dtv Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG.

Muriel Barbery: The elegance of the hedgehog

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Muriel Barbery wrote a treasure full of worldly wisdom: The 12-year-old Paloma and the aging Concierge Renée are connected by far more than their noble home. A story about an unusual friendship and the love for the beauty of this world.

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Jeroen van Haele: The silent sea

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Emilio, a deaf boy, who barely speaks, discovers his world through the ears of his older neighbor and fatherly friend Javier. A story about the love for the sea and the sun, growing up- and a friendship, as we wish it for Emilio.

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Marie NDiaye: The Cheffe, A Cook’s Novel

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  • Post published:March 29, 2019

This Book! A sober description of inspired fire and absolute art. An unfulfilled longing. And of more than one life, that was sacrificed under the guise of the kitchen. Or simply: A really good novel.

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