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In this edition: Artists are trying to change Germany's constitution to guarantee protections for culture. And we meet fashion designer Hatice Gökçe in the first part of our series about the vibrant Turkish design scene.
Costume designer Barbara Baum has brought German films to life for decades. Her creations tell stories about the characters who wear them, the time and place they're from, and how they see themselves. A new exhibition in the Deutsche Kinemathek in Berlin celebrates some of her iconic designs.
The lagoon city of Venice is a city of water known for canals and gondolas. But recent record flooding has brought Italy to tears over the damage caused to the iconic city's cultural landmarks. How much damage has the Adriatic salt water done?
Beethoven's 250th birthday will be celebrated in 2020. To mark this milestone, the "Beethoven Pastoral Project" asks artists all over the world to fight for climate protection — in a creative way.
Ahead of the Day of German Unity, Udo Lindenberg was awarded Germany’s Federal Cross of Merit. On this special edition, we meet the German rock legend at an exhibition of his visual art in Leipzig.
The bagel is actually a European bread, a Polish one in fact. As our EU correspondent Georg Matthes explains, the birthplace of the bagel is Krakow. Everything you need to know about the Polish bagel on #bakingbread.
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