Posts Tagged: Europe

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The Roll Hotel, Lucerne, Switzerland

THE Roll Hotel, which is essentially a mobile hotel, has opened in Luzern, Switzerland, and will operate from 29 May to 4 October 2015.                                                     A tastefully refurbished 1960s caravan […]

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Carlo e Camilla in Segheria, Milan, Italy

Carlo e Camilla in Segheria, is the new restaurant of celebrated Italian chef Carlo Cracco, together with Tanja Solci and Nicola Fanti.                                                                   […]

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Dennis Severs’ House, London, UK

Dennis Severs’ House is not a museum but a private home that opens to the public as a time capsule to London’s past. This unique “art-installation” may not be for everyone but it will definitely be memorable .  Spitafields market, one of the finest surviving Victorian market halls in London, is a must-see, so  we recommend […]

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G Rough, Rome, Italy

G-Rough, a member of Design Hotels and by association, a Starwood property, is the sister hotel to the glamorous PalazzinaG in Venice and the second hotel from partners Gabriele Salini and Emanuele Garosci. PalazzinaG was the Italian debut for Philippe Starck in 2009.                         […]

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The Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy

  MHM was fortunate enough to enjoy a trip to Florence last year.  We  recognise that it is somewhat comical to try to isolate one experience for our heritage travel section, but this visit was truly a highlight.   Santa Maria Novella is a church situated just across from the main railway station which shares its name. Chronologically, […]

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Copenhagen Admiral Hotel, Denmark

The Admiral Hotel is a hotel in central Copenhagen, Denmark, located on the waterfront between the mouth of the Nyhavn canal and the royal residence Amalienborg Palace.                                                         […]

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Kolumba Museum, Cologne, Germany

The Kolumba museum in Germany houses the Roman Catholic Archdiocese’s collection of art which spans more than a thousand years. The collection includes paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, decorative art and religious icons from late antiquity to the present. Apart from a few works on permanent display, the presentation features a regularly changing selection of the […]

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Studio Building at Bauhaus Dessau, Germany

Visit the Bauhaus School in Dessau, Germany, which now operates as a museum. Tour the campus, and spend the night in one of the 28 1920s-style dorm rooms that housed some of the Bauhaus greats during their student and junior professor days.     The Bauhaus was founded by Walter Gropius in 1919 in Weimar, transferred […]

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Rockheim Museum, Trondheim, Norway

Rockheim, located in Trondheim, Norway,  is a museum  responsible for the collection, preservation, and cultivation of Norwegian popular music. A team of cultural historians, archivists and music experts are collating a rich archive of Norwegian rock music and pop culture, forming an invaluable resource for historians and music fans alike.     Trondheim has always […]

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Maison De Verre, Paris, France

Designed by Pierre Chareau and Bernard Bijvoet and built in 1932, the Maison de Verre or “House of Glass,” is considered a landmark in 20th century architecture. The owner, Dr Jean Dalsace, was a member of the French Communist Party who played a significant role in both anti-fascist and cultural affairs. In the mid-1930s, the Maison de Verre’s double-height […]