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  • Top Guide of Switzerland Schengen Visa

    What is Actually Going on with Switzerland Schengen Visa When you are prepared, take a look at the Embassy's website where you are able to learn about how to apply and what the requirements are for your individual kind of visa. Fully in depth information...

    0 by levuriko, in Erasmus blog Pikeville 10 days ago
  • Dimmi tutto : The 5 commandments of the great classics

    Rome, an open-air museum, a paradise for those passionate about Antiquity, the 4th tourist destination in the world, the eternal city, the capital of the Empire, the center of the world! (uh... ok I'm getting carried away here). In tourist tradition, a good tourist...

    0 by Chrys, in Erasmus blog Rome 10 days ago
  • 10 Good Reasons to Study in Konstanz

    I spent my winter semester on Erasmus in Konstanz, in the south of Germany. In this entry, I'll take you with me and will help you prepare as best you can for your Erasmus! I also hope to inspire you to come to Germany, and that's why I'm giving you 10 good reasons to...

    0 by Emily, in Erasmus blog Konstanz 11 days ago
  • Dimmi tutto : The small secrets of Rome

    I spent 1 year in Rome. 361 days and 7 hours, a resident of Rome to be exact. This gave me quite some time to get lost there and discover it's wonders. And beyond the Colosseum, the St. Peter's Basilica or the Pantheon (three architectural nuggets in passing), there...

    0 by Chrys, in Erasmus blog Rome 11 days ago
  • Special places in Rome

    Where to go  If you are coming to Rome there are some places you cannot miss! Rome is big and it has many interesting things to see and you don't really have to search a lot for something special. Though, there are some places which are not really known among...

    0 by Ana Maria, in Erasmus blog Rome 11 days ago
  • Mauritshuis 2

    Again, you can see a photographic still life with lots of silver, a piece of ham and a crab ... would you eat this? I'm not sure for myself. Here is a view of the city from the port with a beach (again, 17th century). This superb painted three-dimensional view of...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog The Hague 11 days ago
  • Mauritshuis - Art Museum

    The Mauritshuis was built in the 17th century and serves as an art museum today, containing works of Renaissance painters such as Brueghel, Rubens, Hals, Holbein, Rembrandt and Vermeer. This painting shows the idea of paradise before the fall: Adam and Eve (supposedly...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog The Hague 11 days ago
  • Madurodam

    In Scheveningen, there is a great tourist attraction that measures 18,000 sqm and contains over 300 models of national heritage of the Netherlands: The Madurodam. In this overview, you can see the 1:25 scale of the park and an indoor football court in the background. ...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog The Hague 11 days ago
  • First impression- 第一印象

    Here we are. In modern, free and incredible charming country. Place where I become more peaceful. Professional University service and staff help me easy to adapt into the new environment. Living at the campus giving a big opportunity to spend more time with colleagues....

    0 by Łukasz, in General 13 days ago
  • How to navigate the menu in Slovenia

    Slovene people take drinking coffee seriously. We drink it in the morning to get our thoughts in order, but during the day it becomes an opportunity for socialising. We like to spend hours on the sun and chat over a cup of hot beverage, and it seems that this is one of...

    0 by Amadea, in Erasmus tips 14 days ago
  • Simple Romanian recipe: salata boeuf

    There are many Romanian dishes that are very delicious and rather simple but mostly a "special occasion" dishes: salata boeuf is one of them and I'm glad that we eat it once at year so I can savour it better! In my family we eat it at New Year's eve but I know it can be...

    0 by Ana Maria, in Erasmus recipes 14 days ago
  • Romanian traditions

    As I was born in Romania and I lived there my first 12 years, I can share with you some Romanian stories and traditions. Living in Italy and getting acquainted with local traditions, over time, made me even more curious about my own roots and it was possible for me to...

    0 by Ana Maria, in Erasmus blog Romania 14 days ago
  • Twenty days to Limoncello

    Hello lovely readers, the time has comed for me to give you one simple suggestion for the spring time that is slowly approaching. I am talking about a beverage quite known in most of the italian regions. Loved and cherished by italians from both the south and the...

    0 by nahom, in Erasmus recipes 15 days ago
  • Seven books to improve your social skills

    Human beings are social beings and in fact interpersonal relationships are an important factor for our emotional well-being. The deficit of social skills negatively affects our mental health and that is why it is necessary to acquire a series of skills that...

    0 by Liana, in General 16 days ago
  • Gary Bassett Is a Man of Many Talents

    Gary Bassett is a person of many talents and likes to stay busy. He enjoys being involved in a variety of different organizations, bridged together by his financial expertise and dedication to community service. Gary is highly educated, having received his Master of...

    0 by Gary Bassett, in General 16 days ago
  • Why Absolutely Everybody Is Talking About Serbia Visa

    The Advantages of Serbia Visa So as to apply, you need to be their passenger and your stopover ought to be at least 6 hours. Children under 12 decades of age aren't allowed to sit down in the front passenger seat of a vehicle or maybe to travel as passengers on...

    0 by tefuyewu, in Erasmus tips 16 days ago
  • Let's talk Rugby

    As I have spoken to you about the king of sports, today I am going to talk to you about Rugby, by making the most of my experience at a European Cup match, and of the fact that the Six Nations tournament has started today. Here in France, Rugby is the second most...

    0 by Dave, in General 16 days ago
  • How Students Can Develop Communication Skills; Tips To Make Your Communication Better

    Having great communication abilities is essential. They can assist you with introductions in class, amid prospective employee meetings, when taking care of contentions, and in an assortment of different circumstances. Luckily, there are a few deceives you...

    0 by Tessa, in General 16 days ago
  • The Mystery of Somalia Visa That No One Is Discussing

    It tells of your purpose of visit to a nation, the locations you can visit whilst in the nation and the duration of your visit. There were many more refugees than visas readily available, so it was common for a single family member to get there on their own without...

    0 by tosapoqu, in General 17 days ago
  • Go vintage and never look back

    Hello dear readers, as you have noticed the weather is changing: the harsh cold winter is leaving the place for a slightly warmer climate meaning spring is knocking on the door. I personally don't have anything against the cold weather because just like how the Nordic...

    0 by nahom, in General 17 days ago

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