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Paul Dikaios

Current city:
Rome
City of birth:
Corinth
Host university:
UNIROMA3
Home university:
IONIO

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    Frognerparken

    How to get to the park Onward with my review of my trip to Oslo, on Sunday we went with some other guys about our age, a short trip right outside the city of Oslo, to the park with the exceptionally strange statues and the quite tall obelisk. You can arrive there by...

    by Paul in What to see Oslo, 6 years ago
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    Munch Museet (Munch Museum)

    Location of and Exhibition in the Museum So, continuing my review of my short trip in Oslo, this part is about the Munch Museum that is located not so far from the town's center. Actually, this place is closer to the Operaen, and if you take a walk you can see a lot of...

    by Paul in What to see Oslo, 6 years ago
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    Akershus Festning

    I was in Norway last year, after I found cheap airplane tickets to fly from Greece. During my 5-day stay there, I was fortunate to see many exciting new museums and places. It was my first time in a Scandinavian country, and I had never gotten in touch with Nordic...

    by Paul in What to see Oslo, 6 years ago
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    Pinacoteca Di Brera || Scala

    Pinacoteca di Brera The Brera Gallery in Milan is located in the homonymous palace built in the 14th century as a place for the monastery. The building was operated by the Jesuits as a seminary until the dissolution of the Order, when it became the property of the State...

    by Paul in What to see Milan, 6 years ago
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    Duomo

    If for any reason you find yourself in Milan for one day or for a job, or because they expect a flight, or because your final destination is another Italian city, but I take the opportunity to visit Milan, do not stay locked in the hotel. Try to know as much as possible...

    by Paul in What to see Milan, 6 years ago
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    Lago Di Como

    One of the most beautiful lakes in Europe and the third largest in Italy, Como is 40 km. North of Milan - within one hour. Preferred destination of famous personalities of the 19th century, when European authors and artists "discovered " and loved the place that gave...

    by Paul in What to see Como, 6 years ago
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    Coloseo, Fontana di Trevi, Piazza Venezia, Vaticano, Piazza Navona, Bocca della Verita, Pantheon

    To tell the truth, I was expecting much more from the museum of contemporary art here in Rome. Maybe my timing was bad, maybe this specific exhibition was not good, but the fact that there weren't so many paintings but mainly photographs, ruined the whole...

    by Paul in What to see Rome, 6 years ago
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    Vatican City

    The Church of the Vatican is the place where all religious people gather from all over the world to see this sacred place. The thing that amazed me the most , was the phrase of our tourist guide, that said the side hallways of the St. Peter's Vasilica, were built in...

    by Paul in What to see Vatican, 6 years ago
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    Tivoli - Villa Adriana

    Tivoli is located just 30 km from the center of Rome, and by car it's a 20minute ride if there is no traffic on the road (but who am I kidding, if you have a car in Rome then you detest traffic because it makes you really angry) Anyway, it's a great opportunity for...

    by Paul in What to see Rome, 6 years ago
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    Villa D'Este

    Tivoli is located just 30 km from the center of Rome , and by car it's a 20minute ride if there is no traffic on the road (but who am I kidding , if you have a car in Rome then you detest traffic because it makes you really angry) Anyway, it's a great opportunity for...

    by Paul in What to see Rome, 6 years ago
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    Piazza Del Popolo

    This square is an extremely well-known,popular,hip place for someone to enjoy his coffee or and ice cream.There are 2 (phenomenically) identical churches in front of the square, and an obelisk with a fountain( decorated by 2 lions).It is one of the most popular squares...

    by Paul in What to see Rome, 6 years ago
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    Terme Di Caracalla

    This massive structure is just 2 stops away from the metro of Circo Massimo, using the bus.It's also a 7-8 minute walk from there if you prefer to see the area.In general, it's a place that is offered even for a visit on any weekday , since it's not located away from...

    by Paul in What to see Rome, 6 years ago
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    Coloseo, Fontana di Trevi, Piazza Venezia, Vaticano, Piazza Navona, Bocca della Verita, Pantheon

    This greatly massive construction was the first pagan temple to be converted into a Christian temple, and that's the exact reason it has remained intact and is in such a good condition. The square in which this monument is located, is called Piazza Della Rotonda, named...

    by Paul in What to see Rome, 6 years ago
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    Coloseo, Fontana di Trevi, Piazza Venezia, Vaticano, Piazza Navona, Bocca della Verita, Pantheon

    It's undeniably one of the most beautiful squares in the city of Rome. Built over the Domitian stadium, the square has retained its long shape. There are 3 beautiful fountains in front of the church that is built there. The main of them, designed by Bernini, is...

    by Paul in What to see Rome, 6 years ago

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