Stockholm has been described as a floating city because of all the surrounding islands. Water defines daily life in Sweden. So we hop on board a boat to explore the city.
A synagogue in Sweden's second largest city Gothenburg has suffered a failed arson attempt. Three arrests were made as investigations continue.
Historic and progressive Stockholm, known as the Venice of the North, spans fourteen islands. I explored the Swedish capital and discovered it’s a wonderful weekend getaway and now one of my favorite cities in Europe.
Alondra de la Parra takes a lesson in playing marimba. Percussion soloists Johan Bridger and Patrick Raab are teaching her to play before her concert with the Swedish Radio Orchestra in Stockholm.
A Swedish satire was the big winner of the European film awards. In London, a coffee-beer hybrid is all the rage and pretty hand-blown glass Christmas ornaments from Lauscha.
The final of the International Telekom Beethoven Competition took place in Bonn last weekend. The event takes place every two years and pays tribute to the piano works of Beethoven, who was born in the city.
In the 19th century, a glassblower from Lauscha decided to use glass to make ornaments for the Christmas tree. They soon became a huge success around the world and are still made by hand in Lauscha today.
During advent in Zurich, the city lights up like a Christmas tree. It's a magical place, with its market, circus, and of course, cheese fondue. And what better way to digest than a stroll through the brightly-lit city?
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