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Cinema Guide

There are plenty od cinemas in Zagreb, yet not enough time to visit them all. Especially if you are an exchange student who wants to see everything that Zagreb is offering. That is the reason why Sarah Krka, Anita Fudalej, Maksym Sytnikov, Tena Šarčević and Anna Will have made this short Cinema Guide, so you can easily…

Pastry mystery

Bakeries are a daily destination for most Croats, but not for our foreign colleagues as well. In Zagreb, where the most expensive bakery’s meal cost less than 15 kunas, you can see people eating pastries everywhere you look, while in some other parts of Europe this kind of meal isn’t so affordable. “Bakeries in Prague are so expensive and people prefer…

How to keep connection

Júlia from Brazil often uses her watch to communicate with her parents, which is not quite common in Croatian culture. Yet, she doesn’t mind anymore the puzzled looks on random passersbys’ faces, who think Júlia talks with her hands. “I recieved a call from my mum and three people just stopped and kept staring at…

A museum that heals a broken heart

  There is no a better place to learn about the relationships than a Museum of Broken Relationships. The Museum, shortly called Brokenship, is a eternal home for personal objects that once belonged to former lovers. All of this belongings were donated along with a brief description of their former owners’s (mostly sad) breakup story….

Bookworms’ Paradise

If you’re desperately looking for a perfect place to drink coffee and simply relax while reading your new favorite book, seek no more!  Mislav Modronja, Luisa Bernal, Silvie Leštinská, Victor Martinez and Cristina Ruiz found you one! It’s location is the Martićeva street in Zagreb, and here’s why visiting Booksa should find its way to your bucket list.  “Booksa…

When Polish Students met Zagreb

  Croatian students, especially the ones studying at the University of Zagreb, have their own perception of their capital city. But, what about foreign student’s perception? Indrė Jermakaitė, Linda Bojko and Milovan Nikolić decided to explore this issue, interviewing Linda’s friends from Warsaw who came to visit her in Zagreb and learn something about this amazing city! Linda, being…

Erasmus Christmas

Most citizens of Croatia, Ukraine, Poland and Germany celebrate Christmas. Although at first it seems that all we celebrate Christmas in a similar way, our Erasmus students are here to reassure us. Anita Fudalej, Maksym Sytnikov, Tena Šarčević, Anna Will and Sarah Krka collected some interesting facts about celebrating Christmas in their countries and compared…

Meet Sarah

  Meet Sarah Krka, a German student of Bosnian origin. Even though her parents were born and raised in Tuzla, the war in 1991. chased them away in Berlin, Germany. A few years later, Germany became Sarah’s homeland, but every year she is visiting her family in Bosnia. This year, Sarah came to Croatia to…