In 1962 Berlin's former mayor Willy Brandt and the Bauhaus architect Walter Gropius laid the foundations for a major housing project, the Gropiusstadt. Located on the outskirts of Berlin, this unique development is celebrating 50 years in existence.
Perfectionism, disinterest, extensions: There are many reasons why some buildings take longer than planned to get completed - sometimes even centuries. Here are five impressive examples.
The renowned French artist JR has erected a giant cut-out of a toddler overlooking a wall on the US-Mexican border. He said the project was meant to get people thinking about immigration.
Where do German guns sold all over the world end up? The government is now checking that arms exports stay where they're supposed to - but only if the country that bought them agrees. Critics ask: what's the point?
Women's World Cup winners Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan have joined Juan Mata and Mats Hummels in pledging to donate 1 percent of their salaries to charity. They bring the project to the States and to the women's game.
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