A man with my name Eurotour Summary

I don’t like when it comes to the conclusions. Especially when you have to summarize a nice period. My first European tour brought a lot of emotions, provoked a lot of thoughts and opened up many new opportunities. Six cities, each of which surprised in its way…

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Vienna. The city of history, stories and memories.

Vienna. Another important geographical point in my life. It is very interesting to return to the cities you once lived in, as you never know what you will feel when walking around familiar places. Vienna made me feel proud. The pride of being connected to this Imperial city, in which you are just a tourist today, but once was a permanent resident.

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Day 6, Munich (A man with my name EuroTour)

Munich welcomed us with cold rain and warm hearts. Just like with the entire tour, we only had a few hours to explore the city, meaning to see the central square and taste local food.

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Day 5, Prague (A man with my name EuroTour)

I visited Prague long years ago. And I kept a memory of the biggest Rynok Square I’ve ever seen. I still preserve this memory, as we didn’t have much time to learn more.

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Day 4, Berlin (A man with my name EuroTour)


Chamber of stories. European New York. Cradle of Culture. The Tech Start up Volley.

Berlin has so many faces and personalities, so many representations.

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Day 3, Wroclaw (A man with my name EuroTour)

Wroclaw. WrocLove.

The city I’ve lived during 2015-2016, the city I’m finally visiting after those years of separation.

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Day 2, Warsaw (A man with my name EuroTour)

Warsaw feels like home. Cosy atmosphere.

You can also find a Polish translation of my poem

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Day 1, Krakow (A man with my name EuroTour)

So, with a suitcase full of books and Nastka with ukulele (in case people didn’t like my writings) we went off on our Eurotour.

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A man with my name EuroTour

Happy to announce the tour with my latest book “A man with my name”.

During 2 weeks of late October I shall visit the following cities:
Krakow, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Berlin, Prague, Munich and Vienna.

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Why I decided to become a writer

For a long time, I was angry that I never went to music school or learned to play the piano as a child. I envy musicians: the language of their craft is universal. It can be heard by all, though each individual understands this language differently. And music has always had a calming effect on me.

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