Lito Seizani

Lito Seizani contributes giving personal insights into being an “every-day tourist.”

For those who love history but hate the war

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“Lucky he who was taught history,“ as the saying I remember from my school years goes. I thought it was attributed to Plutarch, but my internet search offers up the name of Euripides. Well, I was a very negligent pupil, so I wouldn’t know. And because I was so negligent, today I regret not having

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Peace, please

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Stabat mater dolorosa Stood the mother weeping Over the coffin of her son She was holding a photo of him In a frame Her son a soldier, aged twenty-five * The mother didn’t shout, she wasn’t loud A pretty young woman in black clothes Her pain was decent and deep Not ostentatious She didn’t beat

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Literature: Leben, schreiben, atmen & The Friend

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LeipGlo contributor Lito shares her experiences with two books by the two iconic, contemporary female authors Sigrid Nunez and Doris Dörrie.

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Lübeck: city of 3 Nobel winners and 4 martyrs

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Thanks to Corona, domestic travel is becoming more and more attractive. For a hidden gem within Germany's own borders, find out from LeipGlo contributor Lito why Lübeck is a great destination and what its rich history can tell us about our present.

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Poetry: “Last night she dreamt of a bear”

The new poem from LeipGlo contributor and author Lito Seizani titled "Last night she dreamt of a bear"

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Teaching ancient Greek to a 4-year-old

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Looking for a unique gift to give a smart and curious little one you happen to know?

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