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Lito Seizani has 28 articles published.

Athos: Greece’s “Holy Mountain” on film

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Athos the documentary has lovely cinematography but fails to capture the spiritual depth of the Holy Mountain. Review and showtimes: http://leipglo.com

As a woman who is not allowed to step inside Athos, I have often found it interesting to read about the Holy Mountain and watch documentaries on it. You can catch a showing in Leipzig this Sunday afternoon.

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Schiller: poet and thinker

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Perhaps it’s time we all had another or a first look.

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Rossini’s unmissable ball

in Opera/Stage by

La Cenerentola at Oper Leipzig: formidable flood of a music which reflects the larger-than-life personality of Rossini.

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Leipzig: between heaven and hell

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Leipzig’s fine balance between heaven and hell.

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Poems: the door to the soul?

in Philosophies/Poetry by

What is best when shared? A taxi, food? Words, thoughts, perceptive perspectives. Lito Seizani shares poetic observations with us.

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Karl’s what??

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Karlsruhe used to be one of the most beautiful cities in Germany before the war. Its name is connected to its history. It actually means “Karl’s repose,” and according to legend, the name was given to the new city after a hunting trip when Margrave Charles III William of Baden-Durlach woke from a dream in which he…

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