This year, German car maker BMW is celebrating its 100th anniversary. The past, present and future of a successful company that seems to sell more that just a means of transport.
Germany is famous the world over not just for its cars, but also for its highways. Here are some tips before you put the pedal to the metal.
Guests to the royal wedding were given strict instructions as to how to dress. For the ceremony, that included for women: a hat, a knee-length dress and nylons, neither in white or all-black. For men: a suit or tuxedo.
Invitations to the wedding of the year were limited to "just" 600 guests at the ceremony and included a strict dress code for members of the royal family, as well as big name celebrities from both sides of the Atlantic.
The programme 'Next Generation - Short Tiger' is a Cannes tradition that highlights the talents of German film students and allows short film animations and dramas to stand tall.
Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of modern printing press, died 550 years ago. To celebrate the anniversary, a facsimile edition of the legendary Gutenberg Old Testament Bible of 1454 has been published.
Lucas, a career musician from New York who played with Miles Davis and inspired Beyonce, passed away at age 65. He produced the bulk of Madonna's debut album.
The beach at Niendorf on the Baltic Sea is two kilometers long. No problem for the #DailyDrone.
New York auction house Julien's Auctions is selling around 150 items that once belonged to Prince. From vibrant stage outfits to signed napkins, everything up for sale is sure to make fans' hearts beat faster.
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