Napoleon Bonaparte made Italy's third-largest island famous when he had to abdicate the French throne and was exiled to Elba. But the island has more to offer than its history - it boasts beautiful beaches and bays.
In Germany, stripping down to your birthday suit is a popular pastime for people of all ages, shapes and sizes. For the Meet the Germans series, DW's Kate Müser explains where clothes are optional.
The residents of the Italian island of Elba love seafood. Luciano Casini has owned the "Il Chiasso" restaurant in the town of Capoliveri since 1972. On today's edition of Euromaxx, Casini prepares an octopus soup.
In the 19th century, Napoleon Bonaparte made Italy's third-largest island famous when he had to abdicate the French throne and was exiled to Elba. But the island has more to offer than its history - it boasts beautiful beaches and secluded bays.
Art on album covers: artists like Dali and Warhol designed iconic record sleeves. Best female chef: Slovenian Ana Roš received this year's accolade from a restaurant guide. And: Berlin's Brandenburg Gate is a must-see.
The Brandenburg Gate is more than just another historic highlight in the German capital. It has become a symbol of how Germany was divided and is now reunited. And it’s the big photo opportunity in Berlin.
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.
In 2016, the Danish 'hygge' was all the rage. Now, the Swedish 'lagom' way of life is trending. Lagom means 'just the right amount'. It's making its mark on interior design but also has wider implications.
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