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Ethel Rudnitzki

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Coimbra
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Ethel Rudnitzki

Current city:
São Paulo
City of birth:
São Paulo
Host university:
UC
Home university:
USP

Ethel activity

  • Experience

    Study in Coimbra

    I've always lived in a big city in a huge country - I am brazilian from São Paulo, the biggest city in Latin America in the 5th biggest country in the world. But I came to Coimbra to study for a semester (6 months).  Coimbra, as you may know, is a small city in...

    0 by Ethel in Erasmus experiences Coimbra, 2 days ago
  • Experience

    Living in São Paulo

    I've lived in São Paulo my hole life - spent some months in Rio, and did some exchange programs, but my home has always been there. I'm paulistana, that's how you call a person who was born in the city of São Paulo - don't mistake it for paulista, a person who was...

    0 by Ethel in Erasmus experiences São Paulo, 3 days ago
  • Place

    Moulin Rouge

    "The greatest thing you'll ever learn in just to love and be loved in return." If this sentence looks familiar you probably already know what I'm talking about: the Moulin Rouge!  For those who don't know, the Moulin Rouge is a very famous nightclub in Paris and also...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 4 days ago
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    Sacred heart basilica (Sacré-Coeur)

    Churches usually have tower that point to the sky, like they want to reach it. Sacre Coeur is a church that is already among the clouds, with a view from heaven to Paris.  It is located in the highest point of the city - the mountain Matre, in Montmatre neighbourhood -...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 6 days ago
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    Palais des Invalides

    Almost every corner of Paris has a history hidden. The city has more than 10 thousand years old, as archeologists say, and it became one of the most importants cities in the western world during th 5th century, mantaining this status until nowadays. Am historic place in...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 6 days ago
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    Ladurée Champs-Elysées

    Paris is known for its gastronomy. The French culture is all about eating well and fancy. They don't have fast-foods, but boulangeries (local bakeries), they don't eat sanduiches, but baguettes or croque-monsier, they don't have pancakes but crèpes, and when it comes...

    by Ethel in Cafe, cocktail, beer Paris, 6 days ago
  • Place

    Champ de Mars

    The most privileged place to see the Eiffel Tower in Paris is Champ de Mars, the park where the monument is located. From any place in the gardens you can see the huge tower really closely, admiring its details and greatness.  Once in the park, you can walk under the...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 6 days ago
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    Jardins des Tuileries

    If you're into gardening, you probalby know the French used to have a thing for gardens, or jardins, like they call them. The monarchy of France during the 16th and 17th centuries built many gardens in their castle and they created their own style of gardening: French...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 6 days ago
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    Hameau de la Reine

    Can you imagine a palace so big that has a small village inside its domains? That's Chateau de Versailles. Its garden has more than 600 hectares, hundreds of statues, dozens of fountains, a lake, a waterway, forests, small palaces and mansions, and even a copy of a...

    by Ethel in What to see Versailles, 7 days ago
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    Musée du Louvre

    Paris is known, among other things, for its art and culture. A lot of it is kept inside Musée du Louvre, the most famous museum in the city and probably in the world.  It is home for more than 380 thousand of art pieces, including Monalisa - the most famous -, Venus...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 8 days ago
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    Musée D'Orsay

    The most famous museum in Paris, after Musée du Louvre, is Musée D'Orsay. It is one of the city art treasures with more than 4 thousand art pieces.  The art in Paris is divided into three museums. Louvre keeps art since the Ancient Age (Greek, Egyptian and Roman) to...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 8 days ago
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    Avenue des Champs-Elysées

    "La plus belle avenue du monde" (The most beautiful avenue in the world). That's how the french call Champs-Elysées, a famous avenue in Paris. I don't know if it is the most beautiful, but is probalby the most famous in the Western world - and the most expensive as...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 8 days ago
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    Penedo da saudade

    Coimbra is the oldest and best university in Portugal. Most portuguese want to study there and those who do, have great memories of the city and the university.  And this memories doesn't stay only in tought, but after graduating, many ex-students pay tribute to...

    by Ethel in What to see Coimbra, 9 days ago
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    Notre-Dame de Paris

    You may not realize but even if you haven't been to Paris you may know a lot about the city from what you see in movies. Since we are kids, we see the city in the cartoons we watch: Ratatouille and Hugo Cabret are just some of them. Another classic is Hunchback of Notre...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 10 days ago
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    Pont Neuf

    Paris is a romantic city. Couples from all over the world go there for their honeymoons, and to propose marriage. Uncoutable love movies also take place there and it its indeed a great city for dating.  One of the most famous romantic spots in Paris used to be Pont...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 10 days ago
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    Galeries Lafayette

    Paris is a city known for it's luxury, and that includes it's stores, brands and shopping centers. It is not a place to find a bargain, but to buy fancy stuff.  But either you feel like shopping or not, Galeries Lafayettes are a place to visit in the city. It is a huge...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 11 days ago
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    Centre Pompidou

    Paris is an icon for the Modern Age, completely rebuilt in the 19th century, the city represents the european industrialization and the rise of the bourgeoisie, with its small buildings with sloping roofs and chimneys, big windows and completely aligned streets. It is a...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 12 days ago
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    Mosteiro de Santa Clara a Nova

    Coimbra used to have a big monastry, called Mosteiro de Santa Clara, that flooded during the 17th century, and only reapeared in the last years - and now it's open for visitations. Another monastry with the same name (but identified as the new one) was built then to...

    by Ethel in What to see Coimbra, 12 days ago
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    Café des 2 Moulins

    If you like movies you probably seen or at least heard about Amélie, a film about a parisian girl who sees the world in a colorful and beautiful way. If you never heard of it or never seen it, stop what you're doing and go watch it now! Paris is definetly a great...

    by Ethel in Where to eat Paris, 12 days ago
  • Place

    Shakespeare & Co

    It doesn't matter if you like reading or not, once you enter Shakespeare and Co library you will definetly want to read something.  The book store was ellected one of the most beautiful in the world by many websites, such as Telegraph, Skyscanner and even BBC. And...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 12 days ago
  • Place

    Le Petit Trianon

    Inside the domains of Chateau de Versailles there are many things to see. Among the uncountable gardens, fountains, lakes and sculptures there are other palaces. Le Petit Trianon is one of them. Located in the domains of Trianon, a place that used to be a French...

    by Ethel in What to see Versailles, 13 days ago
  • Place

    Le Grand Trianon

    Everybody knows Versailles for the main castle, the Chateau, but inside the jardins you may find other palaces. The most important of them is the Grand Trianon, a place built for Madame de Montespan, a royal lady with whom the king Luis XIV had an affair, and used by...

    by Ethel in What to see Versailles, 13 days ago
  • Place

    Les Jardins de Versailles

    Chateau de Versailles is the biggest castle in the world and has also the most enormous garden you'll ever see. With more than 800 hectares, Les Jardins de Versailles have more than 30 different mini gardens and woods in it, and many sculptures and fountains from the...

    by Ethel in What to see Versailles, 13 days ago
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    Arc de Triomphe

    Paris is probably the most famous city in the world for tourists and it's most famous symbol is the Eiffel Tower. The view from the Tower, though is not the most beautiful in town in my opinion - that would be Arc du Triomphe.  From the top of the Arc you'll be able...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 14 days ago
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    Sainte-Chapelle

    Paris is a multicultural city, where people from all over the world meet, but it is also an historic place that holds a lot of French history in its buildings. Frace was ruled by catholic monarchs for years, so you'll find many churches and chapels in the city.  One of...

    by Ethel in What to see Paris, 14 days ago

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