Monthly Archives: April 2019
Athens is the oldest capital of Europe. Here is the beginning of our civilization, the birthplace of democracy, the origins of philosophy. But among the orange groves, broken columns and armless statues, new cultural sprouts are constantly sprouting – and after the eurozone crisis, they are stronger than ever Continue reading
You hitchhike a lot. What attracts you to this option besides cheap?
Cheap hitchhiking is a wrong concept. Hitchhiking is not a way to save money, but an opportunity for deeper communication with local residents. I visit not places with restored sights, five-star hotels and English-speaking guides, but small villages, where they know nothing about tourism yet. I live with the locals, eat like them, work with them. Fully immersed in their lives, and not just visiting for a “tick” or beautiful photos. Continue reading
For one summer, the capital of West Flanders will turn into a “liquid city”. Until September 16 in Bruges held triennale – an exhibition of contemporary art. The medieval center of the city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, will complement 15 art sites. The idea of a “liquid city” belongs to Zygmunt Bauman. A British sociologist and philosopher of Polish origin came to the conclusion that social and cultural changes are inevitable – the world is constantly evolving and new threats constantly arise before it. It is this globalization that creates a “fluid society” – a state of constant flow, which can lead to uncertainty and fear. Continue reading