Looking for Big Benches
Huge and very colourful, their aim is to lead you through our world’s marvels…
The importance of the discovery of the port of Ostia: The first port of ancient Rome
New technologies have made it possible to advance studies on the ancient port of Ostia. Referred to as ‘the gateway to the Empire’, this coastal area is fundamental to a better understanding of Roman civilisation and its foreign trade.
The wonderful Christmas in Bergen
Magical experiences among white snowy mountains and grey and cold Norwegian fjords…
York’s spooky side
This year I had a really magical experience: the opportunity to spend the last days of October and the first of November in England… in one of the most haunted cities of the world!
Why statues fall
Famous people and their failures: the Hocquenghem case in Paris.
Swan Upping, the Queen’s swans
The ceremony of the Swan Upping has gone back to its original form…But do you know what it’s all about?
Meeting Halfway – Europe’s culinary traditions
Meeting Halfway starts a new project. If you have a sweet tooth, or are simply interested in cooking and culinary traditions, then this will be perfect for you…
How hard it is to be European
Today we are sharing this text, written by one of our contributors, also available at the following link on the Centoidee blog. The text aims to discover how the current socio-political situation is experienced by a young European, amidst anxieties and fears but also a little hope…
Christmas in different European countries
At Meeting Halfway, we’re very curious about how people celebrate Christmas around Europe and decided to ask our collaborators about it. Are you curious too?
Christmas baking ideas: German recipes to get you into the festive spirit
Christmas is just around the corner and, of course, there’s a lot of baking going on. I would like to take this opportunity to give you four of my favourite recipes.