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Monthly Archives: November, 2012

Shades of Paris

A whirlwind weekend in Paris in late November — quel plaisir! C found a lovely little airbnb apartment in Rue de Dunkerque just down the road from Sacré-Cœur, which was … Continue reading

November 27, 2012 · 1 Comment


Moving from southern hemisphere soon-to-be-summer to northern hemisphere winter-coming-soon, what strikes me immediately is the light, or the lack of it, or should I say the subtlety of it. The … Continue reading

November 20, 2012 · Leave a comment


The Kastellet in Copenhagen, dating from 1626,  is a uniquely preserved star fortress in the shape of a pentagram. Symmetry might be defined as “A due proportion of the several … Continue reading

November 17, 2012 · Leave a comment

For all the insomniacs

Goodnight now we’ll sleep (Godnat nu sover vi) Have you ever wondered what you look like when you sleep? The Danish Children’s TV channel DR Ramasjang shows a continuous stream of … Continue reading

November 16, 2012 · Leave a comment

Museum of Copenhagen

The City Museum of Copenhagen (owned by the Municipality of Copenhagen) is housed in the former headquarters of the Royal Copenhagen Shooting Society. Decorated targets adorn the ceiling of the entrance … Continue reading

November 13, 2012 · Leave a comment
Tea Buddy

Shona Patel's thoughts on Tea, Writing & Life

Home of the Australasian Urban History Planning History Group

The Metropole

The Official Blog of the Urban History Association

Sydney Cemetery Adventures

All ye that come my grave to see


Challenging the Consensus

From Mawlai

Other Side Of Shillong

Modern British Studies Birmingham

Interdisciplinary research and public events on nineteenth and twentieth century Britain at the University of Birmingham

The Heretic Corner

Analyzing the shades of white

Families In British India Society

Your brick wall is in India!

Asia History Hub

School of Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Convenor: Professor Antonia Finnane

Family & Colonialism Research Network

connecting researchers interested in the history of the family in colonial contexts

The Oligarch Kings

Power, Politics and America's Noble Families


Just another site

Copenhagen Skrivning

A fine site

Australasian Urban History / Planning History Group

Connecting researchers interested in the history of cities and towns