Néhányat pislogtam, és Olaszországban találtam magam. Szó szerint, mert elaludtam a repülőn felszállás közben Budapesten, és Bariban, landoláskor ébredtem fel. Onnan utaztam Materába, ahol már picit több mint egy hete élvezem a város vendégszeretetét.
I arrived in Matera
I blinked a few and found myself in Italy. Literally, because I fell asleep on a plane while taking off in Budapest and woke up in Bari, landing. From there I travelled to Matera, where for over a week I have enjoyed the hospitality of the city. Continue reading “Estzer presents herself!”
Incredibilmente veloce sono passati i 9 mesi di progetto di Mael e ancora più veloce i 6 mesi di progetto di Zane. Entrambi volontari di Human Capital 2019 con un esperienza indimenticabile a Matera, nella Capitale della Cultura 2019.
Continue reading “Arrivederci a Mael e Zane”
Zoia is writing us. It’s been a while since I came back from Matera. Now I am at home, in Saint Petersburg. But first several days after my arrival were very strange, I couldn’t feel like it’s my home because I was really attached to my home in Matera.
Continue reading “One last goodbye to my Matera friends”
These days in Matera there is an exhibition of Salvador Dali’s great pieces. One of my favourite Dali’s paintings is “Ship with butterfly sails” (1937) 🙂
Continue reading “Even in Matera, some things never change”
It was in 1951 when Mussolini called Matera “The Shame of Italy“. People at that time were living in conditions, the rest of Italy had left behind years ago. There was no electricity and people were living in much too small houses, together with their animals. The hygienic conditions were bad.
Continue reading “Architecture of Shame”
Our short term volunteer Gosha from Russia has his own blog where he is writing about his time abroad including his life in Matera. Here he would like to share some moments with you all. The Russian speakers are invited to follow Gosha’s adventures on Russian social media – https:/vk.com/vpjlms 🙂
Continue reading “Adventures in Italy of one Russian traveller”
Ieri, in data 23 Luglio, Basilicata Link ha avuto una visita da parte dell’Agenzia Nazionale per vedere l’andamento del progetto Human Capital 2019. Durante la giornata la coordinatrice Birgit Atzl ha illustrato tutte le accoglienze previste del progetto ed è stato anche possibile andare a visitare i due volontari di lungo termine della Fondazione Matera-Basilicata 2019, il gruppo dei volontari di breve termine e i due volontari dell’associazione Onyx.