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Beautiful Düsseldorf

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Architecture in Cologne

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Getting into the groove

It’s almost midnight and the former railway station is overcrowded. Not with travellers as it used to be a long time ago. Nowadays the trend location hostesses night flea and design markets and it’s visited by young people moving at … Continue reading

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In permanent motion

Light falls through the filigree white concrete structure like water through a sieve. It’s high summer and the sun rays reach its peak. I have to protect my eyes from the radiant light and I enjoy standing in middle of … Continue reading

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A city in good mood

The triathlon  in its third year transforms the city of Düsseldorf once again. After many weeks of cold and wet summer, the clouds finally pull away to allow warm sunbeams to caress nervous athletes and enthusiastic bystanders. A considerable area … Continue reading

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Istanbul drives me food crazy

It is exactly one year since I last visited Istanbul. I wasn’t aware how deep my longing for this city was, till I started the countdown and the time didn’t seem to go by. When I finally was embarked for … Continue reading

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Opposites playing happily together

Once again I visited the Kolumba Museum in Cologne which houses the Roman Catholic Archdiocese’s collection of art. Each time I enter this museum I immediately feel the friendly dialogue between past and present. The new museum building, rising delicately … Continue reading

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A voyage to Lilliput

I’m always very excited when I visit the biggest art venue Europe’s: the Gasometer. And this time I certainly had a good reason for being excited. As I passed through the heavy doorways, I stood astonished feeling like a midget … Continue reading

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Imposing landscapes vs. fading facades

After a long and scary ride through dark and slippery serpentine roads we finally arrived at Case Vecchie where Fabrizia and Béa were waiting for us. I recovered amazingly fast from the very exhausting journey at the sight of the … Continue reading

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The most beautiful book store

I love books immensely. I adore having them in my hands and caressing their silky pages and even more if they seduce me with beautiful photography. I visit very often bookshops in Düsseldorf but I have to admit that I … Continue reading

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