Stuttgart in southern Germany is multifaceted. This economic hub is home to some 600 thousand residents. It is an industrial center but also home to many parks and cultural activities.
It's peak tourist season here in Europe, and Germany is getting a larger chunk of the business. Even the Germans sem to be rediscovering their own country.
While on military service in Germany, Elvis Presley stayed in an attractive small hotel in Bad Nauheim. Now it has been freshly renovated, including the famous room number 10.
Kassel from above: Our #DailyDrone is flying over Wilhelmshöhe Palace in Europe's largest hillside park. The palace and park have been UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites since 2013.
A French artist has invented robots that can draw portraits. Plus: the world's slowest Porsche – created by an Austrian artist. And: a Romanian photographer travels the world in search of female beauty.
The Ferdinand GT3 RS might look like a real Porsche 911, but it's actually a bike covered with the chassis of a sports car! It's the creation of Austrian artist Hannes Langeder - a man with a message.
Robots are being deployed more and more in the arts and sciences. But is a robot that makes a drawing automatically an artist? Patrick Tresset is an award winning artist who uses robotics to investigate humans.
Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc quit her job and set out to travel the world in search of female beauty. For her 'Atlas of Beauty' she portrays women from different cultures.
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