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“A vibrant and dynamic city” – Galway

Galway is the largest city in Ireland’s western province of Connacht. It is a lively university town and is considered to be one of the main centre of Irish folk music. Today, with a population of 65,000, it is the fastest growing city in Europe and is still adhering to its traditions. It is well known for its art galleries and shops, most of which are located in the charming medieval quarter of the city.

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2020 Beethoven Anniversary

In our days, Beethoven is the most listened to and most frequently performed classical composer in the world. His works are passionate, catching the audience’s ears and heart with his tunes in no time. His works were beyond his age and are part of the cultural heritage of mankind. His only opera, Fidelio, is a celebration of freedom, nature and power of creation. His Ode to Joy from his Symphony No. 9. has become the European anthem.

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Sail into the Port of Diversity and get to know Rijeka

In 2020, during the Croatian EU Presidency, Rijeka, as the largest Croatian port, will become the centre of a significant and extensive culture and arts programme and the host city for the best and most interesting artists from the global, Croatian and European cultural scenes – in the same year when it is the European Capital of Culture.

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Holy Nights

Christmas is one of the most beautiful holidays in the Christian world. It is a special day often not free from miracles. The holiday is originated from the winter solstice of the Roman Calendar which was the celebration of the Sun. December 25th was proclaimed to be the day of Christ’s birth by Pope Liberius.

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Burn, but don’t burnout

Most people work under tremendous pressure, as there is a great deal of expectation on one hand and the compulsion to conform is very strong on the other. Continuous technological development and rapid information flow are noticeable almost on a daily basis. Employers, and often even employees set the standards higher and higher, thus it is no coincidence that burnout syndrome is becoming more and more common in our age.

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