The Polish city of Wroclaw has undergone a radical transformation in the years since its massive destruction in World War Two. Now its residence can celebrate its revival as a culture magnet.
Famous abroad for both its Christmas market and its past as the site of Nazi rallies and Nazi war trials, Nuremberg is now vying to become a European Capital of Culture. It's one of several German cities to bid.
Three German co-productions are among the nominees for the 29th European Film Awards. Winners will be announced at a ceremony in Wroclaw, Poland on Saturday, December 10.
French film star Isabelle Huppert at the 2017 Cannes Festival. A work in progress: the Sagrada Familia church in Barcelona. And living green: a townhouse built in a park in Wrocław, Poland.
Wroclaw is European Capital of Culture 2016. The city has undergone a radical transformation in the years since its massive destruction in World War II. Now its residents can celebrate its revival as a cultural magnet.
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