Like every year, the Romanian community in Luxembourg and the Greater Region will celebrate the Universal Day of the Romanian Blouse - “IA” - on the 24th of June. In keeping with tradition, launched globally by the online community La Blouse Roumaine in 2013, this year’s local celebrations will take place from 18:30 onwards at... Continue Reading →
If you are new to Luxembourg or have not yet had the chance to visit the the Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean or Mudam for short, here's some happy news for you. Every Wednesday night, from 6pm to 11pm, Luxembourg's modern art museum opens its doors to the public for a free after-work event in... Continue Reading →
Photo: Screenshot of HoE website If you have lived in Luxembourg or the Greater Region for a while, you know that local authorities are investing a great deal of resources into making the country more digital, entrepreneurial and generally more innovative in all of its approaches. Since 2016, the Grand Duchy has even built a... Continue Reading →
You can find the article I wrote about my female role model on http://www.delano.lu The thought of writing about a female role model made me sceptical at first. The minute I got approached to write this text and upon learning the brief, I have to admit my mind got seriously stuck. I kept thinking and... Continue Reading →
© Roxana Mironescu December 2018 Last Sunday I wandered around the charming streets of German town Bernkastel-Kues for the very first time. Despite knowing the German Mosel valley relatively well, I have never visited this twin town called the heart of the Middle Mosel and one of the most popular places to visit in the... Continue Reading →
If you happen to be in Luxembourg on the 29th of April 2017, don't miss the chance to meet Peruvian writer Teresa Ruiy Rosa who will present her latest book "Nada que declarar". Written in Spanish, the book deals with the theme of women trafficking and migration, through the stories of two women, between Peru and... Continue Reading →
Capital of the French-speaking region of Wallonia, Namur is an ancient Belgian city at the confluence of the Sambre and Meuse rivers.