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  • Place

    Biankini Village Resort

    A couple of summers ago we were invited by my family's friend to spend a night at a resort in the Dead Sea. Not knowing what to expect, we packed our bags and headed towards our given location. Upon arrival, we were given the number of the hut we were staying in, a...

    by Salma in What to do Palestine, 2 months ago
  • Blog


    Jericho, the lowest point on earth. This city has become one of the biggest tourist attractions in Palestine due to its historical and religious significance both in Islam and Christianity. Nowadays it has become famous for growing plantains, as well as for its Water...

    0 by Salma in Erasmus blog Palestinian Territory, 2 months ago
  • Blog

    Christmas in Vienna

    Fairy lights, presents, and decorations; associations with Christmas that have evolved throughout the years. For each individual, the holidays represent different memories; writing letters to Santa Claus, playing in the snow, etc. and to others, the holidays meant...

    0 by Salma in Erasmus blog Vienna, 3 months ago
  • Experience

    Creating an event for the subject "The World in Change"

    On the 13th of November 2018 in the Cross-Disciplinary Strategies department, we were introduced to the linguistic professor and writer Boris Buden, who gave us lessons and insights on our rapidly changing world and explored the terms culture and identity with us....

    0 by Salma in Erasmus experiences DIEANGEWANDTE , 3 months ago
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    Burggasse 24 Cafe

    Named after the name of the alley where it's located, Burggasse 24 is a vintage clothing store that sells rare racing jackets that can vary up to 300 Euros. Although some people come for the clothes, most meet up for studying or chatting up after a long day. The cafe...

    by Salma in Cafe, cocktail, beer Vienna, 3 months ago
  • Blog

    Dishes from Palestine: Knafeh.

    Ah, Knafeh, cheese filled semolina dough drenched in sugar syrup and pistachio, loved by almost all and adapted in different regions in the Middle East. Originating in Nablus, this dish is not your typical go-to dessert after a meal but is eaten on special occasions...

    0 by Salma in Erasmus recipes, 3 months ago

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