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Published by Kismet Dao on Mon, 01/08/2011 - 02:29
From August 13th to 15th, 2011, Postavarului Street in the heart of Brasov's Old Town (5 minutes walk from the Kismet Dao Hostel) will host the first edition of the FatzaDa Street Fest, a socio-cultural and artistic project, initiated by "Depoul de Artă Urbană" (Urban Art Depot) and supported by Brasov City Hall among many others. The project has the aim to promote and preserve the architectural cultural heritage and its associated values, through public events.
Published by Kismet Dao on Thu, 21/07/2011 - 18:38
After they met and sang for the first time in the hostel kitchen, we had the pleasure last night to hear them playing all together again in Festival 39 on Republicii Street ...great night with staff and tourists...great music...thank you for the good time Falk and the Japanese guys...you rock! :D
Ludmilla has been one of the most successful and most versatile female breakbeat DJs for the last 10 years in Europe. In long time partnership with Beatman (creating the Beatman & Ludmilla formation), they have dozens of international releases and movie soundtracks under their belts. More info.
Published by Gabi Tatomir on Fri, 03/06/2011 - 10:24
Among the many exciting things Brasov has to offer, paragliding is an unforgettable experience that must be tried at least once in a lifetime. And what better place to fly (accompanied by an instructor, of course) than the pristine Carpathian mountain area of Romania?
Published by Kismet Dao on Tue, 31/05/2011 - 02:50
On June 3rd - 5th, 2011, Brasov's central square - Piata Sfatului, will host the third edition of the FatzaDa Art Festival, a socio-cultural and artistic project, initiated by "Depoul de Artă Urbană" (Urban Art Depot) and Brasov City Hall. The project has the aim to promote and preserve the architectural cultural heritage and its associated values, through public events.