Brazilian sisters Geisa and Lílian Toller from Sao Paolo take us along as they explore Cologne's chocolate museum and the factory where the 4711 fragrance is made.
Brazil abolished slavery 130 years ago, but its society has failed to deal with the crimes that took place. Many Afro-Brazilians remain trapped in a cycle of violence and slave labor, legacies of Brazil's slave trade.
The small island of Paquetá is only one hour away from the centre of the Brazilian metropolis Rio de Janeiro. Without noise and hecticness day tourists will find here relaxation in nature and security from attacks.
No other city in Germany has as many songs about "Heimat," expressing the feeling of home, as Cologne. Groups of people gather to sing together about their local patriotism, and not only during Carnival.
Flowing 6,992 kilometers through South America's rainforest, the "jungle highway" is a transport route for everything. DW's Lukas Stege chronicles his journey on the Earth's longest river.
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