It is springtime again and the bees are back in your garden, on your flowers on the balcony or in parks and woods! Did you know the difference between honeybees and wild bees?Weiterlesen „Bees – farmed and wild animals“
The enneagram is a universal, archetypal symbol, whose origin is covered in secrets. A reason for that might be that all theories it appeared in always passed it on only orally. Different physical, psychological, religious and spiritual teachings use this symbol to explain totally different phenomena and describe processes and principles.Weiterlesen „The Enneagram“
The Galápagos are a stretch of 13 major islands as well as a hundred-plus rocks and pinnacles, formerly known as „Las Encantadas“, the enchanted ones, which form the Galápagos archipelago. It is a province of Ecuador situated on the Equator about 1.000 km offshore.Weiterlesen „The Galápagos – an Endangered Paradise“
On 24th December 1818, Joseph Mohr and Franz Xaver Gruber sang Silent Night in Oberndorf near Salzburg for the first time. The poem was written by Mohr, a young pastor from Salzburg, and the melody was composed by the teacher and organist Gruber from Upper Austria.
The Italian region in the North-East of the country may not only be known to confirmed lovers of Italy but also to wine connoisseurs from all over the world. It unites high mountains up to 4600 m, the plain of the river Po and soft hills with some of the most renowned wine yards of Italy. The name Piedmont comes from the Latin and means at the foot of the mountain.
Since 1945 this European conference takes place every year in the village Alpbach in the Tyrolean mountains in Austria. It is a meeting of participants from all over the world who discuss current socio-political issues and try to find interdisciplinary solutions. Among the participants there are experts in science, economy, culture and politics as well as pupils and students.