This is just a small glimpse of how much Venice has to offer. Having spent 3 days in the Venetian lagoon, I didn't have enough time to see everything in the area. I highly recommend it as a weekend get-away, nonetheless if you want to travel around the somewhat lesser known islands of Murano, Burano,... Continue Reading →
This year I tried to cover the Migrations Festival in Luxembourg from a slightly different angle, hence why I only took photos of some of the people participating in the festival as either organisers or performers.
This article was published on the 8th of March 2016 to mark the International Women's Day in Belval, Luxembourg, and presented my story as a multicultural student, blogger and woman living in Luxembourg. You may read the article in French on Agora's blog UmBelval.lu. Many thanks to Agora.lu for inviting me to participate in this... Continue Reading →
Romanian amateur theatre club 'L'Avant-scène is soon to present its latest production - an adaptation of Carlo Goldoni's 'The Boors' - at Luxembourg's cultural hotspot 'neimënster' in Grund. Staged on March 2nd and March 3rd 2016 in Salle Robert Krieps, the play will be performed in Romanian, with French subtitles. Tickets Tickets cost 20 euros... Continue Reading →
Romanian national Roxana Mironescu joined her sister in Luxembourg in 2012 after completing her studies in Aberdeen. She has since worked for the local media and is now pursuing a communications degree at the University of Luxembourg in the country she now calls home. What brought you to Luxembourg? I moved to Luxembourg from Scotland... Continue Reading →
It was all about American music history on Thursday night at the US Embassy in Luxembourg where American nationals and their friends celebrated Independence Day. A few days ahead of the “official” 4th of July when United States celebrate National Day, Luxembourg was ready to mark the most popular of American celebrations, enjoying a blue... Continue Reading →