Author: Dora M Kovacs

Burghausen, city of opposites and special sights

In Germany, the Bavarian state has the most castles, with over one hundred castles and ruins marking the former important, central role of the region. The uniquely beautiful palaces and castles, each with its own legend, attract visitors not only from Germany but everywhere around the world. The appeal of the area comes from its cultural treasures, culinary delicacies, and the naturally cheerful Bavarian people. The symbol of Burghausen is the longest castle in the world, which is an outstanding sight in Upper Bavaria.

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Venice, the city of water and lights

Venice’s unique location, stunning architecture, romantic atmosphere, and world-famous carnival are all part of its appeal. Nicknamed as the Queen of the Adriatic, its former wealth, power, glamour and luxury evokes. Despite its faded charm, the city is made rather patinated and attractive by the fusion of cultures that have met here over the past centuries. It is no coincidence that the city of lagoons has inspired so many writers, poets and artists.

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One of the forerunners of photo-realism: László Méhes

We were sad to hear, László Méhes, one of the most important and internationally renowned figures in modern Hungarian art, passed away in Bry-sur-Marne on July 5, 2022. He was recognized as one of the major artists of Hungary, as well as he was one of the most important and internationally renowned figures in modern Hungarian art. His works are in the collections of major institutions such as the Centre George Pompidou, National Museum of Hungary. As a remembrance, we are sharing an interview from 2017.

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The heart of Lake Constance, the floral Mainau Island

In the corner of the German, Swiss, and Austrian borders, where the Alps turn into a gentle slope, Lake Constance lies in an expansive valley protected from the wind. The subtropical area has a very rich flora, especially in the north-west. Germany’s national monument and most beautiful tourist attraction, the almost 45-hectare Mainau floral island is found in the basin of Upper Lake Constance.

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The International Year of Glass – iyog2022

On 18 May 2021, the 75th UN General Assembly approved the application by the International Commission of Glass (ICG) that 2022 be declared an International Year of Glass. Glass has accompanied humanity on its journey of development for nearly 3500 years. Today, as one of the most versatile and important inventions of mankind, it has become a dominant material in our everyday lives and has also taken a prominent position worldwide.

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