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Wonderland in Rotterdam

The Markthal in Rotterdam is not only one of the most recent market hall contributions, but quite possibly one of the coolest. This astonishing piece of arched architecture features a ceiling of giant fruits, vegetables and flowers bursting with colours, and combined with regular sized ones in the stalls on the ground, alongside exotic delicacies,  they will transport you  to the south of Europe, or Arabia, or indeed Alice’s Wonderland. 82 more words


Reopening of the Klauzál Market Hall - Budapest

One of the loveliest market halls in Budapest, in the district 7. also known as the Jewish quarter at the neighbourhood of the Klauzál Park is filled with life once again after refurbishment reopened its gates to the public at… 638 more words

Budapest - Hungary

A Voyage of Enterprise

Some months ago, the Shropshire Visual Art Network was appointed by Kate Gittins of the Market Hall, Shrewsbury to curate an exhibition to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Market Hall building.     797 more words


Historic Ghent, all day and all of the night

It’s not difficult to see why Ghent has a reputation as a top destination. It’s chock full of beautiful medieval buildings, relaxed squares, excellent restaurants, good museums and several dozen bars stocking hundreds and hundreds of different Belgian beers. 679 more words


Rotterdam's Market Hall

Rotterdam was pretty much leveled during World War Two, and has been under reconstruction ever since.  Now, it is considered one of the most architecturally diverse and interesting cities in Europe, if not the world.   152 more words


First impressions of Budapest

Right opposite from Elite Apartments there is a nice French-looking bakery, called A Table, where we had breakfast on the first day: a cappuccino and a latte macchiato and two fresh croissants for something like 8e (all together). 809 more words

Budapest To Istanbul