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SOLITUDE, IN POOR NEIGHBORHOODS OF COPENHAGEN – Tove Ditlevsen: Until buried at Christ Church, on her childhood Vesterbro.

Memory, the library of the soul, from which you will draw knowledge for the rest of your life. The area of Kødbyen https://theculturetrip.com/europe/denmark/articles/a-millennials-guide-to-the-meatpacking-district-copenhagen/, from a popular neighborhood has become the most fashionable place in Copenhagen. The Urban House multipurpose space http://urban-house.copenhagen-hotel.net/it/ is a cultural center, green area and hostel. Among boutiques, cafés frequented by creatives and a sparkling nightlife, here …

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TRAVEL LITERATURE – Andrzej Stasiuk: Not a living soul around.

Describing the reality of Eastern Europe and its relationship with the West. Travel literature is an inexhaustible source of knowledge, useful for planning something interesting and pleasant to remember the moments of a vacation. On your trip to Poland, we recommend that you enter a Warsaw bookstore The books https://thebooks.pl/antykwariat-obcojezyczny/, looking for something written by Andrzej Stasiuk and translated into …

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VERSES OF A CENTURY – Yevgeny Yevtushenko: A generous spirit.

Sharpness, sentiment, and sheer enjoyment of the sound of language. Eating local is part of your travel experience, also in Moscow, where you can try authentic Russian food at its best, always with carefully selected menu, local ingredients, friendly service and the place’s relaxed ambience. Elegantly spread over two floors, Chestnaya Kukhnya family restaurant http://chestnayakuhnya.ru/, invites you to go on …

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A DREAM OF LOVE, YOU AND THIS CORNER OF THE EARTH – Knut Hamsun: When promises and illusory hopes weaken your courage.

Displaying a wide variety of subjects and perspectives. Among his notable residents, the painter and illustrator Benjamin Blessum, the poet Edvard Storm and the writer Knut Hamsun. His church http://www.vagakyrkja.com/, built around 1150, is the second oldest stave church in the country. An Old Norwegian saga tells of King Olaf proceeded across the plateau to the Ottadal, finding Vågå, a …

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NEVER TO HARM A LIVING CREATURES – Under the Glacier, novel by Halldór Laxness

Throughout your life, place poor above all others. What better way to get to know a country than diving headfirst into its literary world? Dive yourself into Iceland’s rich literary history, hearing from a writer inspired by Iceland? You can choose a bookstore in downtown Reykjavik. We advise you to choose a novel by Halldór Laxness, very useful for learning …

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WHEN, OF ALL THINGS, THE WORST IS HAVING BEEN BORN – Antero de Quental: Writing poems, between pessimism and depression.

Poetry, a sincere confession of the most intimate thought of an era. Ponta Delgada https://www.visitportugal.com/en/NR/exeres/6B6EEBF7-573E-4DD7-A758-8D260C6CA546, where to experience whale and dolphin watching, or a private tour of Sete Cidades and Lagoa do Fogo. Here you can also relax in the hot springs of an active volcano, heading towards the Furnas volcanic complex (in Povoação), bathing in the warm waters of …

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LIVING WITH NEITHER CALENDARS, NOR CLOCKS – Patricia Kathleen: Poetry is a dangerous honey. I advise thee to taste it with the Tip of thy finger, and not to live upon it.

Something in the air, that made people appear to be old or young. Royal British Columbia Museum offer an introduction to the region’s history and culture. Here, you too can connect with a Pacific coast setting, as you have never experienced before. Relish in the gift of being present, as you relax into Victoria http://www.tourismvictoria.com/, where Butchart Gardens have impressed …

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WHEN INSPIRED LEADER CAN ONLY BE SAUCE UPON THE PASTA – Robert Crichton: When you write a true, picaresque, story.

The story is the same, only the facts, names and places are different. Its two founding inhabitants they built a sawmill and a gristmill on the Bronx River. Now, it was the number one most expensive suburb around America’s ten largest cities. Bronxville village http://www.villageofbronxville.com/, comprises 1 square mile (2.5 km2) of land in its entirety. Looking for restaurant? Its …

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THE DISCOVERY OF A TERRIBLE AND BRILLIANT POET – Pita Amor: Rebelliousness and audacity lifestyle.

The 11th Muse. In Mexico City, you can find a building called the “Cathedral of Art in Mexico”. It is located next to the Alameda Central Park. Its exhibits feature Mexican and international artists, focusing on classic and contemporary artists. The Museo Del Palacio de Bellas Artes https://palacio.bellasartes.gob.mx/, takes care of the permanent murals and other artwork in the building. …

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NOT FEELING ALONE, CREATING SITUATIONS AND CHARACTERS – Blanca Varela: I think poetry directed to the other that you could be yourself.

When poet is a human being like everyone else. The El Señorio del Sulco restaurant https://www.senoriodesulco.com/, is famed for its repertoire of Peruvian coastal tradition, that blends Spanish and native influences. The city has inspired novelist Mario Vargas Llosa, is been home to the country’s most beloved Peruvian novelists and poets. Lima remains a great place to walk in that …

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