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a last (re)view

A month and a half have already passed since I’ve returned from my trip to the world’s biggest country, Russia. It hasn’t been as easy-going as I’d wished it to be, though I’ve seen wonderful things and met wonderful people … Aside from the fact […]

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Politics, sleepless nights and other cliches

We’re nearly at the middle of August. It’s somewhat what we expect from summer. It’s sticky, hot and I can’t sleep … Well, summer for Russians usually begins in April – though it might be snowing and lakes and rivers are still frozen, it may […]

Going down, deep and deeper …

I am here now for nearly a month (by “here” I mean Saint Petersburg, Russia …). Right at that time, when I had the feeling life’s getting back to its usual track I’ve been kidnapped today … Not that I have been lazy – I […]

Piter – take a walk on the wild side of history

Saint Petersburg nights are long and mild at this time of the year. Two days ago at early morning we decided to make an excursion through the city and its architectural fields of Sovjet industrial history … Saint Petersburg can certainly be called a magnificent […]

Welcome again, Russia!

I’ve made it: After spending 36 hours on the train from I’ve reached my final destination Saint Petersburg. What a joy! After my first flying visit in April this is now the second time I’ve come to this still exotic place. I would like to […]

A day in Venice / VideoTochka at Damtschach

Already 2 days ago Videotochka was presented at Damtschach near Villach, Carinthia — a rather “private” event, though it has been interesting for me to recognize people reacting very differently on the works that were shown along our little tour. In either case people proved […]