Innsbruck, Austria, is the capital of the Alps, of Tyrol and of winter sports. But it also has architecture both modern and historic, dating back to the Holy Roman Empire. The over 800-year-old city is worth a visit!
The bodies of two German nationals caught in an avalanche in Austria on Friday have been recovered. The two men, aged 25 and 26, were skiing off piste when they were killed by a sliding wall of snow.
Tens of thousands of tons of rocks have buried a Tyrolian village's only road. Three people have also died in Switzerland following a series of separate avalanches in the Alps.
Germany’s leading jumper has lost the chance of winning the Four Hills after falling in his first attempt in Innsbruck. Poland's Kamil Stoch won his third leg in a row and is close to securing a second title.
Once a year, Amsterdam’s canal house gardens are opened to the public. Also: Daniel Biber’s award-winning photo of starlings. And: Liverpool, birthplace of the Beatles.
2008, Marc Voß began collecting life-size figures from the Star Wars franchise. A visit to his collection in the attic would get any die-hard sci-fi fan swooning.
Germany’s organ building tradition goes back all the way to the Middle Ages. There are some 400 organ builders throughout the country today. Now, their craft has made UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage List.
When it comes to arts and culture, Warsaw has caught up with Europe's other metropolises. The art scene is flourishing, and in summer, the bars and open-air DJ sets keep partiers on their feet.
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