Vapriikki, the museum centre in Tampere, Finland, has a visiting exhibition as the title states:
The Terracotta Army and Treasures of the First Emperors of China.
That's one long name. But it's a good summary too.
And of course I went to see it, and if some of you find yourselves around here and interested the exhibition stays where it is until the first of December.
Tickets: 9e (adult), 5e (children, students)
[Official sites] (English)
[Official sites] (Finnish)
Here some pictures, for Vapriikki doesn't mind cameras as long as there is no flash. I do like Vapriikki.
After the exhibition, my fingers were a little bit trigger happy, so here are few pictures of the city I live in as well. Tampere is an old factory city, where most of the factory buildings were build using red bricks. It's a shame to see some of the old, beautiful places torn down, but luckily the ones in the central are safe, because they belong to the image, mheh.
As mentioned before, I have been having all my things packed up for the summer, but now that I moved in with some roommates, I've finally got to unload some boxes. I do need to move everything once again in two months, but luckily that's just inside the same apartment. And the moving business has forces me to look eye in eye the fact that I have too much of everything. But I do love my everything. Sadly love doesn't make more room in this space of a room. Therefore.. I might need to put some stuff on sale in some point.
As for other things, I just finished reading Clive Barker's Abarat in Finnish, and yes, it was much better in English. But these books looked so good in my bookshelf... Now reading the second part of the same series.
Oh, right. Supposed to wake up in around 7h. Therefore: to sleep!