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“Soli d'inverno è cosa da morire!”

On KW’s last night in Vienna, we attended the opulent Wiener Staatsoper, or the Vienna State Opera, to see Puccini’s La Bohéme.

I’m not sure which was more exciting: seeing the interior of the remarkable building or hearing the spectacular music of the opera itself. 309 more words

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“Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty never grows old.”

Salzburg Cathedral is dedicated to two saints: Saint Rupert and Saint Virgil. The church on the original site was consecrated in 774 by Abbot and Bishop Virgil, who came from Ireland. 110 more words

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“To write operas is now my one burning ambition…”

While in Salzburg, KW and I took the opportunity to indulge in more Mozart and attended a dinner concert at the Stiftskeller St. Peter, the oldest restaurant in Europe. 325 more words

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Lutto Lento - Till Tomoro. After The B-52's

Some spooky stuff going on here. The B-52’s crux of it all is mmmhph yeah.

Mesopotamia…seriously <3


“A phenomenon such as Mozart always remains a miracle that cannot be explained further.”

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in 1756 in the city of Salzburg. He was born into a musical family but would eclipse them all. Mozart famously was composing by the age of 5 after having mastered both the violin and piano by that point. 586 more words

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Wednesday Marked the 100th Anniversary of General Relativity

The 100th Anniversary of Einstein presenting his General Theory of Relativity was this past Wednesday, November 25th. He presented his work to the to the Prussian Academy of Science, in Berlin. 116 more words

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