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Iva Galovic is a communication professional and content creator passionate about traveling, art and food. Native Croatian, she has a Master’s Degree in History of Art, Russian Language and Literature as well as Marketing. She has been working on communication campaigns and cultural and art projects in Croatia, Thailand, China and Belgium where she is currently living and where she finished EPAS – European Postgraduate in Arts in Sound at the School of Arts in Ghent. Natural born storyteller, Iva is also a co-founder of the Brussels based agency for communication and audiovisual production Zipper Lab.

24 March 2021

Discovering Brussels through street art

When talking about Brussels, the first thing that comes to mind for most people is the city at the heart of the European Union, tying Brussels […]
23 March 2021

Scaffolding on Brussels Palace of Justice to receive a renovation

The scaffolding currently covering the Brussels’ Palace of Justice now needs its own renovation before workers can use it to carry out the renovations of the […]
22 March 2021

European Parliament renames two of its buildings after prominent European women

On International Women’s Day, the European Parliament approved proposals to name two of its buildings in Brussels after prominent European women. The Parliament’s Bureau approved proposals […]
18 March 2021

The skyscrapers made of wood

The modern day image of urban areas is pretty grey, not to mention unsustainable. Concrete tower blocks and tarmac don’t exactly support a healthy environment, for […]
17 March 2021

A new panoramic hill to greet visitors in London this summer

A new temporary installation will greet visitors in central London this summer. The project called Marble Arch Hill is a hollowed-out mountain based on a scaffolding […]
5 March 2021

10 Unusual houses in the world

Most houses and apartments provide the same basics; a place to live, a place to sleep, with a minimum of facilities to cook, and a bathroom. […]
26 February 2021

Seville tapas bar renovations uncover 12th century baths

An incredible and beautifully decorated 12th-century Islamic bathhouse has been uncovered during renovations of a popular tapas bar in the centre of Seville, in southern Spain. […]
23 February 2021

Eiffel Tower to receive ‘golden’ makeover for 2024 Olympics

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most famous landmarks in the world. At more than 100 years old it has attracted more than 250 million […]
18 February 2021

The new and improved pyramids of Giza

4,500 years after being built by the ancient Egyptian pharaohs, the Great Pyramids of Giza are getting a revamp. The 17 million euro renovation aims to […]
17 February 2021

10 beautiful Instagrammable places in London

London, the capital of the United-Kingdom, is a well-known city not only for its business banks and Stock Exchanges but also as a tourist attraction, and […]
17 February 2021

10 most beautiful buildings in Europe

Europe has so many beautiful monuments with different stories and history behind them. Some of them have been listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. For […]
16 February 2021

Australia’s new marine observatory will have the shape of a whale

The design of the Australian Underwater Discovery Center (AUDC) will have the shape of a whale surfacing out of the water. Located two hours south of […]
11 February 2021

Contemporary landmarks of the youngest city in Portugal

The Portuguese city of Braga has a lot to offer its visitors as it proved recently in claiming the title of Best European Destination for 2021. […]
11 February 2021

A new way to discover Brussels: Embark on this virtual tour

Many people may have been longing to visit Brussels but the pandemic has derailed their plans for the time being. In the meantime, a new and […]
10 February 2021

5 awe-inspiring futuristic architectural highlights in Kazakhstan

Any of our faithful readers will know that we’ve written quite a lot about Kazakhstan already. No wonder, as the country has a lot to offer: […]
9 February 2021

Leopold II Tunnel in Brussels will be renamed after a woman

Only 6.1% of the streets in Brussels are named after a woman. This is hardly representative of the social role of women in the city, past […]
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