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Articles published in English, on this blog, in reverse chronological order.

2018

Seville of Spain, a fiesta of senses (23.05.2018)

2017

An unforgettable week in Lyon, France
Visiting Lyon: A treasured travelling experience (27.09.2017)
Lyon’s Notre-Dame de Fourvière Basilica (04.09.2017)
Lyon’s Canuts Wall: How to turn an everyday street into an art gallery (01.09.2017)

Back to school turns 15 this year (03.08.2017)

Maastricht’s Saint Servatius, the oldest preserved church (22.07.2017)
Maastricht’s notable time dimension (20.07.2017)
Touring Maastricht by foot (18.07.2017)
Maastricht’s Sint-Janskerk and its temerarious clock tower (17.07.2017)
Maastricht, a culture of biking (16.07.2017)

Living the togetherness with Coldplay (25.06.2017)
Brussels’s Poppies (15.06.2017)
Why Brussels’s summers are special (13.06.2017)
Etterbeek’s Medieval Market turns 25 (05.06.2017)

A great week in Sardinia, Italy

Hallerbos purple-blue miracle (23.04.2017)
Four years of blogging with WordPress (19.04.2017)
Vanderhulst Garden’s springtime in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw (16.04.2017)
Czardas or when music means emotions and not sounds (15.04.2017)
My green grass from home (13.04.2017)
Floralia: Brussels’s Flower Festival (09.04.2017)
Engaging reading with Gabriel García Márquez (07.04.2017)
Brussels’s Tulip time (05.04.2017)
Hallerbos’s galaxy of windflower stars (02.04.2017)
Spring composition: Natural complementary colours (31.03.2017)
Evere’s Windmill and its cultural heartbeat (29.03.2017)
Education: Lighting of a fire and not filling a pail (21.03.2017)
Pasternak’s Dr Zhivago: Turning love & history into immortality (16.03.2017)
Dutch and Flemish Levenslied Music: Its cheerful power (25.02.2017)
Bestsellers vs. masterpieces: Living forever or being forgotten (20.02.2017)
An outstanding literary testimony: Memories or the path to ourselves (29.01.2017)
Evere’s Bon Pasteur Park (17.01.2017)
Romanian National Culture Day: A genuine lesson about Eminescu (15.01.2017)
Eight reasons to visit Aachen Cathedral in Germany (06.01.2017)
Aachen’s St. Nicholas Church, in Germany (04.01.2017)

2016

Happy New Year 2017! Bonne année 2017 ! Un An Nou fericit în 2017! (31.12.2016)
Aachen, a gate to the living European history (30.12.2016)
Unter den Linden: Cel mai cunoscut bulevard al Berlinului (11.12.2016)
Unter den Linden: Berlin’s most famous boulevard (10.12.2016)
Berlin’s Christmas Markets 2016 (06.12.2016)
Berlin’s Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church or how to bridge two worlds (03.12.2016)
Berlin and its bear icon (01.12.2016)
Evere’s St. Vincent Church (06.10.2016)
Have a great World Photo Day! (19.08.2016)
Brussels Flower Carpet: Celebrating 20 years in Japanese style (13.08.2016)
Dinant’s saxophone-shaped water clock (08.08.2016)
A Bridge of Saxophones: Dinant, Belgium (06.08.2016)
One-of-a-kind places: The Vanderhulst Garden in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw (10.07.2016)
A touching connection between Thatcher’s era and Bellini’s Norma (01.06.2016)
One-of-a-kind places: Josaphat Park, in Schaerbeek, Brussels (08.05.2016)
Learning simple living at a later age (06.05.2016)
Schaerbeek’s donkeys and horses making a difference (02.05.2016)
Halle’s blue-purple emotion in Belgium (27.04.2016)
Eltz Castle: A special place to behold (17.04.2016)
Durbuy, the world’s smallest town (02.04.2016)
Enescu’s togetherness (29.02.2016)
A mysterious chromatic world in a nutshell (27.01.2016)
Ehnen Wine Museum: O story about winemaking & wine tasting (16.01.2016)

2015

The year of 2015 in review (30.12.2015)
My outstanding books (27.12.2015)
Merry Christmas! Joyeux Noël! Crăciun fericit! (24.12.2015)
Photo-Walk: October stillness (11.10.2015)
Super Moon lunar eclipse 2015: Marvelous pictures (28.09.2015)
The autumn colours vary from one year to another (26.09.2015)
Quality versus quantity (14.09.2015)
Web design: Five reasons to sacrifice justified text for readability (10.09.2015)
Ceramic, a long-lasting connection with my childhood (04.09.2015)

Postcards from Southern France, a set of memories about or summer holiday in Nice, France (22.07- 14.08.2015)

Emotion rules the music: A song about friends reuniting (21.06.2015)
One-of-a-kind places: Coloma Rose Garden (14.06.2015)
One-of-a-kind places: Coloma Rose Garden photo album (14.05.2015)
One-of-a-kind places: Coloma rose garden’s Chinese corner (14.06.2015)
One-of-a-kind places: Famous rose breeders at Coloma rose garden (14.06.2015)
One-of-a-kind places: Coloma rose garden’s Japanese corner (14.06.2015)
One-of-a-kind places: Coloma rose garden’s big white pergola (14.06.2015)
One-of-a-kind places: Coloma’s geometric rose garden (14.06.2015)
One-of-a-kind places: Romanian corner at Coloma Rose Garden in Belgium (14.06.2015)
Etterbeek’s Medieval Market: A short journey to the Middle Ages (25.05.2015)
Etterbeek’s Medieval Market 2015: Medieval Glazed Ceramic Art (25.05.2015)
Etterbeek’s Medieval Market 2015: Medieval food & cooking (25.05.2015)
Etterbeek’s Medieval Market 2015: Medieval entertainers (24.05.2015)
Etterbeek’s Medieval Market 2015: Jewellery & Accessory Photo-album (24.05.2015)
Etterbeek’s Medieval Market 2015: Costume Photo-album (24.05.2015)
Pairi Daiza: Touring the world in just one day (16.05.2015)
The Spring 2015 Aywiers Gardens of Belgium (02.05.2015)
Breathtaking purple-blue carpets of Halle’s Wood (25.04.2015)
Hallerbos, a piece of the Belgian green heritage (05.04.2015)
A musical romantic journey with Ruxandra Donose (04.01.2015)

2014

2014 Christmas Market in Brussels (26.12.2014)
Nutcracker: A timeless Christmas symbol (09.12.2014)
Cecilia Bartoli: Unveiling forgotten Baroque treasures(16.11.2014)
Music, a language everybody understands: Callas Legacy (13.11.2014)
The fall of the wall, which changed my life (13.11.2014)
Celebrating Latin on the Day of Multilingual Blogging (13.11.2014)
Sarah Brightman or how to marry pop and opera in Vienna (12.10.2014)
Emotions, images, words and music in a nutshell (28.09.2014)
Help us identify this piece of music! (21.08.2014)
The Magic Begonia Carpet of Grand-Place in Brussels (15.08.2014)
The making of the begonia carpet in Brussels’s Grand-Place (14.08.2014)
A journey to one-of-a-kind place: Blooming Grand-Place in Brussels (11.08.2014)
A journey to one-of-a-kind place: Kölner Dom (09.08.2014)
A journey to one-of-a-kind place: Touring Bonn by foot (30.07.2014)
The Beethoven House in Bonn (29.07.2014)
The Bonn Minster (28.07.2014)
Bonn’s Flower Shops (27.07.2014)
Altes Rathaus, Bonn, Germany (27.07.2014)
Twitter Communications: Why institutional digital presence matters (28.06.2014)
Facebook: From hesitation to a daily habit (08.06.2014)
Tweeting me and retweeting you (27.05.2014)
An online debate methodology in a nutshell: Part one (24.05.2014)
An online debate methodology in a nutshell: Part two (24.05.2014)
Making or not making online noise: To lurk or not to lurk (14.05.2014)
The email, still a powerful communication tool (04.04.2014)
Embracing cultures through email exchange (30.03.2014)
How to overcome anxiety, hostility and defensive behaviour in email communication (29.03.2014)
Culture influences on email writing and interpretation (27.03.2014)
Email as a learning tool (26.03.2014)
Marrying cultures and computers (23.03.2014)
Barriers to intercultural communication (21.03.2014)
Understanding world cultures (20.03.2014)
Intercultural learning (17.03.2014)
Cultures and communication: Web-based collaborative projects in schools (16.03.2014)
Cultures and communication: First steps in schools (15.03.2014)
Content Review: Readership’ feedback to content written in their second language (07.03.2014)
Reading: Moving from paper to screen (06.03.2014)
Web surveys: Benefits and limitations (04.03.2014)
John Newman tributes in Brussels (02.03.2014)
Why writing for the Web is not writing for printing (28.02.2014)
Usability between information design and information architecture (24.02.2014)
Good visual composition on the Web (23.02.2014)
Why traditional compositional elements matter on the Web? (22.02.2014)
Turning 20 years in the field (20.02.2014)
If I would cross the river (16.02.2014)
Music, a language everybody understands: An evening with Gatto’s and Giordano’s sonatas (02.02.2014)
A genuine lesson about Eminescu (15.01.2014)
Music, a language everybody understands: Coldplay or a feeling of togetherness (08.01.2014)

2013

Homeward bound: I thank you and I miss you (25.12.2013)
Mixing traditional Christmas dishes and feeling richer! (25.12.2013)
Music, a language everybody understands: The most fascinating musical instrument (01.12.2013)
Music, a language everybody understands: First steps into the music world (28.11.2013)
First trip to Paris, the City of Lights (15.11.2013)
Belgium, the bridge between Germanic and Latin Europe (15.11.2013)
The Four Seasons of my Earlier Years: Autumn, grapes and wine (10.11.2013)
The Four Seasons of my Earlier Years: Autumn Flavours and Weddings (08.11.2013)
The Four Seasons of my Earlier Years: One can’t judge a book by its cover (03.11.2013)
My path to learning French (30.10.2013)
The Four Seasons of my Earlier Years: The Bitter Taste of My Summers (24.10.2013)
The Four Seasons of my Earlier Years: My Spring (17.10.2013)
The Four Seasons of my Earlier Years: Winter Customs and Traditions (2) (14.10.2013)
The Four Seasons of my Earlier Years: Winter Customs and Traditions (1) (11.10.2013)
A culture of measuring twice and cutting once: Early years (Part 2) (02.10.2013)
A culture of measuring twice and cutting once: Early years (Part 1) (20.09.2013)
How and where to start: The beginning (08.09.2013)

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