Brazilian sisters Geisa and Lílian Toller from Sao Paolo take us along as they explore Cologne's chocolate museum and the factory where the 4711 fragrance is made.
A residence meant to "serve the people of Cologne" is being used by a multinational company for vacation rentals. But cities with small budgets can face a monumental challenge fighting professional Airbnb landlords.
Special forces climbed Cologne Cathedral during an exercise. Visible to many tourists, several teams climbed one of the towers of the famous cathedral on Wednesday.
As the carnival season opens in western Germany, tens of thousands of residents take to the streets to party. The season of beer, colorful costumes and silliness is set to last until Ash Wednesday in March next year.
Brazil abolished slavery 130 years ago, but its society has failed to deal with the crimes that took place. Many Afro-Brazilians remain trapped in a cycle of violence and slave labor, legacies of Brazil's slave trade.
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