Like I posted before, Parque das Nações is a very modern place with modern architecture. There is something hypnotic in those perfect shapes. Interestingly, local buildings resemble me Denmark. What do you think? Anyone from Denmark here to share their opinion? 🙂 Have a lovely Sunday, everyone! 😘 Advertisements
Another place which I got used to visit a lot is Parque das Nações, Park of Nations. Before, it was an abandoned port, full of garbage, like my friends told me. Nowadays, it’s one of the most beautiful and modern places in Lisboa, where you can go for a walk, go jogging, or have a… Continue reading Parque das Nações, Lisbon
More buildings, more history. These are actually ‘skyscrapers’ of those times!
It was mid-June, when my dear Portugal went through a terrible session of fires. The news was horrible, so many people suffered… One of the terrific fires was not that far from Coimbra, the smog was in the city, and you could hardly see the sun though. It was more than 40 degrees Celsius, and… Continue reading Fires in June
Here are the premises of the second oldest university in Europe! This is the heart of educational history! I was very excited to walk in that area, imaging that centuries ago, there were students wandering the same streets to get one of the best education in Europe. Being in academia for many years, I felt… Continue reading Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal
This city has a soul, which not every human has… ❤
Growing up in Russia and living in Finland for a while, I was absolutely a fan of hockey, and football never was interesting to me. The change happened, when I was in Portugal in 2015. Here, everything is about football, and Cristiano Ronaldo is a national hero! Spending some time in the local culture, I… Continue reading Portuguese Football