Malta may be one of the world's smallest countries, but it’s big on tourism. Each year the islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino draw around a million visitors. Walking and diving are especially popular.
The old town of Rennes boasts countless historical landmarks such as 15th century half-timbered buildings and the Saint-Pierre cathedral. At the same time, it’s a young city with a large student population.
This northern Italian city at the foot of the Alps is known for its historic center with its protected Upper City. Bergamo is also known for its culinary traditions, including polenta dishes and Stracciatella ice cream.
The Italian spa town of San Remo was a favorite of Hollywood stars like Grace Kelly and Liz Taylor. Photographer Alfredo Moreschi fondly looks back on those cosmopolitan days gone by and has captured them in photos.
Brunhilde Pomsel was the secretary to Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels. Yet, she refused to see his crimes. A new documentary about the banality of evil forces viewers to ask themselves what they would have done.
How big is the world's smallest book? And which novel has been read the most? For UNESCO's World Book Day on April 23, we take a look at some quirky and impressive literary achievements.
Electro pop duo Milky Chance hail from central Germany. They recorded their debut album at home and released it online in 2013. They’ve since rocketed to fame, touring the world and topping the charts.
Otto Dix painted beggars and prostitutes, the underbelly of the Golden Twenties. He spared nobody in his uncomfortable work, least of all himself. “The Evil Eye” exhibition presents works from his Dusseldorf years.
Always online or on their phones, spoiled by their parents, reluctant to commit but at the same time the only people who actually understand the digital future. How does it feel to be a millennial?
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