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Tag Archives: Iasi
A Walk around Iași
I only spent one day in Iași in the far east of Romania, which is the far east of Europe for most of my readers anyway, when I was on the way back from Moldova, even further east. But fear not, … Continue reading
Posted in Cinema, History, Holocaust, Language, Photography, Religion, Romania, Travel Tagged anti-semitism, christianity, Iasi, Jews, Roma 15 Comments
Dangerous or cute?
“Don’t open. Danger of death!” the scribbling warns, but putting a smiley face on the skull and crossbones makes it look much less threatening. (Photographed at the Monastery of the Three Hierarchs in Iași, Romania. You can read more about this monastery in my … Continue reading
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Next trip: Moldova and Transnistria
My birthday will be on 6 July. Strictly mathematically speaking, I will turn 40 then. Searching for a way to postpone this event or to prevent it altogether, an ingenious solution came to my mind, thanks to my legal education, … Continue reading