In case you are planning a visit to Vienna, you probably researched some of the things you can see in the Austrian capital. But, a little bit hidden from Stephansdom, Schönbrunn Palace, and other well-known attractions, lies the Madame Tussauds Museum in Vienna. This amusing waxworks museum has more than 80 wax figures of some of the most famous celebrities from around the world and truly stands for one of the most famous cultural places.
The Vučedol archaeological site is one of the most significant archaeological sites in Europe. It is located on the right bank of the Danube River, four kilometers downriver from the city of Vukovar, at the spot where an intermittent watercourse in a loess plateau 25 meters high cut a narrow steep valley on the way towards the river.
Military Museum in Belgrade, a place where history is to be told through the fabric of splendid uniforms, sacred historical messages of decorations, magical signs of ancient weapons and mandatory colors of flags from glorious battles, is one of the most recognizable museums in Belgrade and region.
Many of the travelers that head to Southeast Asia usually mark places like Angkor Wat in Cambodia, or islands in Thailand as a must-see. But hidden from the Western world lies Borobudur, a truly spectacular temple that attracts millions of visitors every year and one of the best cultural places in the world.
The Sixties in Croatia – Myth and Reality is a temporary exhibition that is opened from 26 April to 30 September 2018. It is the central exhibition of the Museum of Arts and Crafts in 2018, offering an overview of the key periods of the recent Croatian history from 1958 to 1971. The exhibition is a very complex one, it took around 200 people and four years to be completed. You can find the brand new, very useful and entirely free audio guide in our Cultural places app for your pure enjoyment of the exhibition.
Šibenik is a historic city in Croatia and one of the best cultural places, located in central Dalmatia where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea. With its compact old town riddled with medieval alleys and stairways, Šibenik is a characteristically atmospheric Adriatic town.
There is a building in Zagreb, gorgeous and mysterious, extravagant and beautiful. You can discover hidden treasures there, treasures which would unravel the beauty of human progress. This magnificent historicist palace wrapped in velvet of Germaine renaissance was designed by German architect Herman Bolle and built in 1888. It is today part of one of the most beautiful squares of Zagreb, completing it and at the same time enriching the landscape of the whole city. It is also a home to the Museum of Arts and Crafts.
The summer is already here, coming earlier this year, with rising temperatures and making us dream of going for a swim. We’re only hoping the weather will stay as it is, allowing us to enjoy the summer vibe longer than usual. What is your first thought when dreaming of having a swim, is it a swimming pool or sea? Since the vacation season is ahead of us, what else is there to write about if not about the beaches?
Ludwig Museum Budapest, one of the most active museums in the area of art preservation, this year celebrates the Media Art Preservation Project by hosting the Media Art Preservation (MAPS) Workshop on June 4 and 5.
Here are more details on the museum, project and participants…
The last decade Vulcain has stunned the world with beautiful and bold interpretations of the legendary Cricket movement. makingwatches This range from a classical line of Crickets with Cloisonne (enameled) dials and modern interpretations of the famous Nautical, to an X-Treme line where 44mm cases position the Cricket as a full blown sports watch.