About Anne-Sophie Redisch

Wave maker, negotiator, whichever is needed, mum/dad, wanderer, wonderer, writer, dreamer, storyteller. Sings, dances. Searching for the world's curious corners and exploring World Heritage.

Maritime Greenwich: where time begins

Greenwich is a lovely little village. Village? But isn't it in London, you ask? Well, yes. But isn't London really a collection of little villages? At least, that's how it feels. Greenwich has that village feel. Perhaps strengthened because you have to cross the river [...]

2021-07-26T13:30:18+01:0023 July 2021|England, UNESCO World Heritage|

Sydney Opera House: an urban sculpture in a remarkable waterscape

As you know, we like the curious and unusual here in Sophie’s World. We like places that tell a story. Today, as I’m sitting on the roof of Oslo Opera House, I’m inspired to write a little something about that other opera house, on the [...]

Fuggerei: 500 years of social housing, uninterrupted (Day out Munich)

Doesn't this look cosy? This unique neighbourhood in Augsburg is separated from the rest of the city by a wall with 7 gates. Inside is 15 000 square metres with 8 straight lanes, a town square, pretty fountains, sculptures, two museums, a World War II [...]

2021-06-29T23:22:40+01:007 July 2021|Germany|

Wildlife in Norway’s Dovrefjell National Park and how to see them safely

As you travel between Oslo and Trondheim, you'll want to stop a few times. A short hike is just the ticket - good to move a bit, and at Hjerkinn you can also have a look at a very cool portal. Not a portal to [...]

This one time in Norway (2.9 billion years ago)

Remember our little road trip across the Hardangervidda Plateau to see the new foot bridge across Vøringsfossen waterfall last summer? Well, Cat and I enjoyed the journey and the landscape so much, we decided to cross the plateau again. Returning from a quick visit to [...]

Favourite Fjällbacka, by Instagram (mostly)

I have a few favourite places around the world. Or maybe not so few. But they include this little village just 12 minutes by ferry from downtown Auckland, where we lived when Cat was a baby, back in 2003. And this other little village in [...]

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