The Danish port city of Aarhus is a European Capital of Culture in 2017 and it’s hosting many art events. Aarhus is known as the world's smallest big city. This modern port city is easy to explore on foot or by bike.
A looming Brexit makes Britain ineligible to host the EU's year-long cultural title, the EU has confirmed, describing it as a matter of "common sense." Some British cities had already launched selection campaigns.
As a 2017 European Capital of Culture, Aarhus has joined with 18 of its surrounding municipalities to present a full schedule of events and special cultural offerings for visitors to Denmark's second largest city.
With installation art, storytelling, dance and other experiments, the Danish city wants to reinvent itself as European Capital of Culture in 2017. Aarhus calls on visitors to participate in reshaping the city.
Sleeping under the stars - a night at the no-star-hotel in Switzerland. And: a replica of the legendary 2CV made from wood. Plus: ‘Dinner in the Sky’ - gourmet dining 50 meters above the ground.
Maja Kuczyńska – the woman who dances with the wind. The 18-year-old Pole is Europe’s star of indoor skydiving. She carries out her elegant, fast, and flexible figures in a wind tunnel where air moves at 300 km/h.
A Finnish magician tries out his sleight of hand on dogs – with astonishing results. Jose Ahonen has turned into a YouTube star when he decided to upload videos of his experiments online.
Two white camels on the shore of Sørøya Island. The Saetereng family wants to stimulate tourism in northern Norway. The two Bactrian camels are the foundation of the creative center which the family is planning.
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