Ancient Etruscan sites, picturesque villages and olive groves. Travelers in Tuscia can experience the impressive cultural heritage, the historical towns and villages and the regional cuisine.
A major exhibition at the Baden State Museum in Karlsruhe sheds light on the mysterious Etruscan civilization, one of the most ancient in present-day Italy. Some aspects of this culture remain mysterious to this day.
While a handshake may be the preferred manner of business greeting in Germany, the two-cheek kiss is making inroads among younger generations. But figuring out just who to turn the other cheek for remains a mystery.
Milan's Salone del Mobile is the world's top event in the design calendar. While some criticize the participation of big brands such as Google and Instagram, the fair remains a celebration of the "optimism" of design.
Mary Poppins is back. In the sequel to the 1964 classic , Emily Blunt takes on the role of the fantastical nanny. Also: the culinary quick-fix to save Christmas dinner. And: one of Europe’s oldest wooden cities.
A portrait featuring a simple maid? Simply unheard of in 1744! Jean-Étienne Liotard did it anyway, and created art for the ages. “The Chocolate Girl” was copied times uncounted, and now has an exhibition in Dresden.
Our DIY expert Hang-Shuen Lee shows how to make unique Christmas tree ornaments from paper snowflakes. All you need is paper, scissors, a box cutter, glue and a little imagination.
Røros was a prosperous mining town for many centuries. It's also known for a children's film - Pippi Longstocking - shot here in 1969. And it’s one of Norway’s coldest places with temperatures regularly dipping below -30C.
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