Sorry for postin’, I was busy with school and I got dragged in a rut – in which I stayed for a good portion of 2018 and 2019. If I may be honest I’m not feeling better even now as I’m writing this post. Anyways, that’s not the point of this story.
At the end of May I got the opportunity to visit Slovenia, mainly Koper and Piran. Truly two remarkable gems of that small Slavic country. I attended a summer school of museology which was hosted by the University of Primorska and its Faculty of Humanities. The theme of the summer school was ‘Museums as cultural hub’ and pretty much how are they (Museums9 adapting to todays rapid changes in our society. It was an amazing experience, I learned quite a lot, and I’m really grateful for the opportunity.
I hope that you are going to enjoy this, this is the first time that I’m doing kind of post//visual story so bere with me.
Me and my faculty friends arrived in Koper around 5 or 6 am. We were exhausted from our bus ride.
But we ere struck with awe by the beauty of Koper, we forgot our tiredness, and we ventured out to explore this town stuck in time, long before us.
Then it was time to visit Piran, another remnant of history