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France is so much more than Paris

I’m from Melbourne, Australia, and I decided to explore the world at the start of 2000, telling my mum I’d be back in a year. Oops! I love to travel, and living in Europe has allowed me to travel widely both nearby and further afield. I left behind my surfboard...
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India is my love!

When and where did you visit India for the first time? For the first time I visited Goa which is the state in India in 2007. I was just a tourist and spent two weeks there. It was a corporative trip organized by the company where I worked as a...
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I’m a human being

Vienna. Seat of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire. Widely considered the gateway to Eastern Europe. Home to a United Nations headquarters and numerous international companies and universities. The Austrian capital has long been a city of immigration – even when politics have told a different story – and a staggering 50% of the...
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I feel that Rome is home now

My name is Natalie and I am originally from California, USA.  I studied food and it is still one of my greatest hobbies. Yes, I consider food a hobby! I use my spare time to wander around markets, experiment in the kitchen, and research future meals. I also love to...
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I kind of fell in love with Russia eventually!

Hey! I’m Polly Barks, a travel writer and English teacher. I’m originally from a small town in the USA but moved to Moscow, Russia in 2010. When I’m not writing for my blog or other publication, I love wandering through new parts of my city, sampling delicious cocktails, and obsessively...
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What more can you ask for from a big city?!

My name is Andrey and i am originally from Moscow (Russian Federation). I only moved to Berlin over a year ago due to my new job in automative industry. I studied English and German at school, that helped initially 😉 Berlin is a very green city, you feel it the moment...
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Problems renting an apartment

My name is Inna and I am originally from St. Petersburg, Russia. My husband’s job brought us to Berlin about a year ago. It was not easy, especially at the beginning…we actually had problems finding an apartment. German owners seem to be very cautious when it comes to renting to foreign...
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Amerikanets

I come from the great nation of Ohio.  After a below average effort in a typical small town high school, I spent a few years in Atlanta and then moved to Russia in 1999. Why Russia? I guess somehow I was raised to understand that life could be broader than...
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Multiculturalism lessens conflicts

Multiculturalism, in my opinion, lessens conflicts because now  after having lived in different countries, I can see that the person that seemed so strange and so different in the past, is actually not different from me at all. The average citizen in any part of the world is just doing the...
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Learning language is a must!

My name is Ronak Gandhi, I grew up in Junagadh, India but moved to Australia in 2008 to do my degree. After finishing my degree I liked Australia so much that I lived there for few more years till 2013 working and travelling. I arrived in Germany (TU Chemnitz) in...
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Typical German

We asked and keep on asking most of our multicoolties what “typical German” is and we have received tons of great responses ranging from funny to personal and profound. These are our absolute favourites! Do you find yourself nodding 😉 Germans might be a bit uptight, not very spontaneous, more...
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Diversity has made me to the person I am

On my last birthday I received good wishes from Italy, Spain and Ireland. On the very same evening my friends who are from many different countries and cultures, who speak many different languages came over to visit. Friends from France, Finland, Poland, Italy, Israel, Kazakhstan and Estonia were there that...
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Jena is the best!

Hi, I am Şeyma Kadayıfçi, I’m 21 years old, originally from Turkey. I came to Germany for 3 months to participate in the Erasmus Mundus programme. What did you like the most about Germany? The nature, there is so much natural beauty in Germany compared to Turkey. It’s so green (laughing-ed)....
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