Fifty old cars are rotting away in a woodland space near Dusseldorf. The man behind the project is Michael Fröhlich. They all date back to 1950 and he bought them to mark his 50th birthday.
For the fourth time in its more than 100-year-old history, the Tour de France began in Germany. This year's edition of cycling's most prestigious race features fewer but steeper-than-usual mountain stages.
A German has recreated the classic Loryc car, but with a modern electric engine. The Loryc was first made on the Balearic island in 1920. Charly Bosch has made a new version of it on Majorca.
At least 41 people have been killed in devastating wild fires that swept across parts of Portugal and Spain. Politicians and residents of towns hit by the deadly fires have blamed Lisbon for the soaring death toll.
Street art between four walls: the Berlin-based project "The Haus" is a tribute to the art form. Also: the classic car "Loryc" paves the way to electromobility. And: A tasty dish for the asparagus season.
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