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Erasmus places

  • Wall Street

    A short history It was built in 1644 in the centre of Manhattan 'island' by the Dutch to protect against British attacks. Years later, the defence wall has been removed, but the street remains, giving it the name of Wall Street. We think of Wall Street as the world...

    0 by Helen, in What to see New York, 2 hours ago
  • Dublin

    Dublin When our semester in France started, I was surprised that we had already first holidays in February. At the earliest, we had an introduction week in January, then three weeks of studying and then,we had a whole week off. My friends from the Czech Republic...

    0 by Barbarka, in What to see Dublin, 1 day ago
  • The Cavern Pub

    The Cavern Pub, opposite the Cavern Club on Mathew Street, has a wall outside it upon which is listed the names of all the artists who have played at the Cavern Club since its opening in 1957. Among these are the Fab Four, Chuck Berry, Eric Clapton, The Who, Stevie...

    0 by Helen, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Liverpool, 1 day ago
  • Strawberry Fields

    Strawberry Fields is a monument dedicated to the world-famous singer, composer and peace activist John Lennon. During his career with The Beatles and his work as a solo artist, Lennon's music gave hope and inspiration for world peace, and his memory and mission live on...

    0 by Helen, in What to see New York, 1 day ago
  • Grand Central Station

    Introduction Grand Central Terminal is located in Manhattan (New York) and is one of the most famous and most visited train stations in the world. It's an important tourist stop in Manhattan. Grand Central Terminal was opened in 1923 and is one of the architectural...

    0 by Helen, in What to see New York, 1 day ago
  • Coney Island

    Coney Island is one of the tourist sights in Brooklyn that I most enjoyed visiting in New York, which is why I think it deserves a separate entry. Coney Island is a peninsula on the very edge of southern Brookyln, and forms a large beach on the shore of the Atlantic...

    0 by Helen, in What to do New York, 1 day ago
  • Le Marais

    Le Marais is one of the strangest and most extravagant areas of Paris. I'd never heard of it before, though my friend insisted on us going there; and her insistence was well worth it. An artist's district, Le Marais spans small streets and squares with multi-coloured...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Paris, 2 days ago
  • Porta Portese Market

    Why have I chosen this title for this post? Why's this market so magical? I'll tell you why. This place is similar to the Madrid fleamarket, a place where you can find absolutely everything - whatever you're looking for, it'll be here somewhere. It's the biggest market...

    0 by Helen, in What to do Rome, 2 days ago
  • Hohenzollern Bridge

    Hohenzollern Bridge, or Hohenzollernbrücke in German, is the second biggest tourist attraction in the German city of Cologne, the most densely populated city within the federal state of North-Rhine Westphalia. Of the seven bridges which cross the majestic River Rhine,...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Koeln, 2 days ago
  • Apollo Theatre

    The Apollo Hall was founded in the city of New York in the mid-1860s by ex-civil war general Eduardo Ferrero as a dance hall. On the expiration of its contract in 1872, the building was turned into a theatre but closed a few years before the turn of the century. The...

    0 by Helen, in What to see New York, 3 days ago
  • Potsdamer Platz

    Potsdamer Platz is one of the most important squares in Berlin. Located in the city centre, the square is close to the German capital's main tourist attractions, such as Tiergarten Park, the Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Monument, the Topography of Terror and...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Berlin, 6 days ago
  • New York City Hall

    Completed in 1812, the third New York City Hall surrounded by a restored park occupies a unique place in United States history. The spacious and elegant interior of the City Hall has seen many changes in its 200 years, above all when office space was created for the...

    0 by Helen, in What to see New York, 7 days ago
  • Museum of Sex

    The intention of David Gluck, the founder of the Museum of Sex in New York City, was to create a museum dedicated to 'the history, evolution and cultural importance of human sexuality'. Through its exhibitions, programs and publication, the Museum of Sex is committed...

    0 by Helen, in What to see New York, 7 days ago
  • Charging Bull, the Wall Street Bull

    Arturo Di Modica first came up with the idea for New York's charging bull as a way of celebrating the American spirit of power, especially in New York, where people from all over the world could come to, regardless of their origin and of their circumstances, and...

    0 by Helen, in What to see New York, 7 days ago
  • The Burial of the Sardine

    The Burial of the Sardine is celebrated in Murcia during the Spring Festival. These always take place the week after Easter Week in Spain, and the day of the burial is celebrated on the Saturday of the following week, though it has in the past been celebrated on the...

    0 by Helen, in Erasmus party Murcia, 7 days ago
  • Monument to the Murdered Jews of Europe

    We found ourselves surrounded by shadow, frozen before the uneven topography of the place, and I saw myself surrounded, locked in, while the desperation, the fear and the emotion I felt when leaving froze me to the spot. The city of Berlin, capital of Germany, is like...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Berlin, 7 days ago
  • Prague Castle

    As I said, spontaneous plans are the best ones. Two weeks ago I had no idea what I would do this weekend and in the end I had so much fun that I decided to write about it. When I left France I talked to lots of people about meeting somewhere in Europe during the summer...

    0 by Barbarka, in What to see Prague, 8 days ago
  • Migros

    The most important for me when i visit a new country or city is always searching for the best supermarket where i can do my groceries. Especially since i travel as an Erasmus student is very important to find a market big and economic because we are all on a student...

    0 by Madalina, in Where to eat Istanbul, 9 days ago
  • Reichstag

    The Reichstag building is one of the most important in Berlin, being the headquarters of the German Parliament's Lower Chamber and, in my opinion, one of the prettiest buildings in Berlin. Constructed only a few centuries ago, the Reichstag building has nonetheless...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Berlin, 9 days ago
  • War Museum

    I continue once again with my posts about Malta experiences , and this time i will showcase a different but in the same time interesting place which i visited during my Erasmus internship there .  I don't know how many of you are interested in museums , all the time...

    0 by Madalina, in What to see Valletta, 10 days ago

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