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Poetry: “Last night she dreamt of a bear”

in Literature
Black bear image courtesy of Pixabay user skeeze

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

in Literature/Reviews
Ancient Greek vase
Image by coursousa, Pixabay

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

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Amélie Nothomb: more than a cult figure

in Literature/Opinion/Society
reading an Amélie Nothomb book
Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay

Looking for a book recommendation? One of our writers puts forward a case for checking out Amélie Nothomb, a great intellectual and writer of our time.

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Jugendstil in Wiesbaden: a stunning collection

in Arts/Places to see/What's on
Villa Möbius, an example of Jugendstil architecture
Villa Möbius, Leipzig. By H.-P.Haack - Own work, CC BY 3.0, Link

The Museum Wiesbaden displays a stunning new collection of Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) pieces that will please art enthusiasts and casual appreciators alike.

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A Greek person’s guide to the Greek islands

in Philosophies/Travel
Greek islands
Corfu - Pixabay

What do different Greek islands have to offer, and what is our author’s favorite?

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Discovering ancient Egypt in Germany

in Arts/History/Travel
https://pixabay.com/illustrations/egyptian-design-man-woman-priest-1822015/
Image by Oberholster Venita, public domain

“The Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum in Hildesheim is not as big or famous as some others. However, it houses a good collection of well-organized and showcased Egyptian antiquities. These exhibits appeal to children and adults alike.”

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