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The Franco-German-Israeli co-production, "Synonymes" (Synonyms) has won the Golden Bear for Best Film at the Berlinale Awards. The film was made by Nadav Lapid.
The art collections of Bavarian kings are featured at museums like the Alte and Neue Pinakothek. The Brandhorst Museum specializes in contemporary art. And car-lovers will certainly enjoy a visit to the BMW museum.
Nymphenburg once served as the summer residence of Bavarian kings, and is one of the largest palaces in Europe. The palace and the park that surrounds it are two of Munich's top tourist attractions.
South Africans Ross and Rich from Star Crossed Tattoo explains how tattoos and travel memories are intertwined as experiences.
Germany is a paradise for speed demons. The Autobahns have no speed limits. And illegal street races are a disturbing new trend in Germany's cities. A special police unit is trying to stop them and keep bystanders from being injured or killed.
The people of Hawes, a small town in northern England, are used to solving their own problems. The unease about Brexit seems far removed from the Yorkshire villagers. But they too are preparing for March 29th - by becoming even more self-sufficient.
Wearing his European Emergency Number Association, Manneken Pis is helping to spread awareness of emergency services this 112 Day.
The black-and-white movie about a domestic worker in 1970s Mexico won Best Film as well as Best Director for Alfonso Cuaron.
A group of artists have come together in New Delhi to reproduce famous monuments of the world using waste.
Winter sports, nature and traditional handicrafts - all these await visitors to the Bavarian Forest.
Here are the tourist highlights in the baroque town of Passau, among them the largest cathedral organ in the world and the old town hall, with its Bavarian glockenspiel.
Most people have heard of the famous Inca city of Machu Picchu in Peru. But have you ever been there? Travel blogger Steve Hanisch takes you with him to the famous ruins.
Musica heads to Salzburg for Mozart Week (Mozartwoche), this year under the direction of tenor Rolando Villazón. The festival opened with the spectecular staging of Thamos, staged by the theatre company La Fura dels Baus.
Juvenile offenders are being prepared for military service in re-education camps, where they are instilled with discipline and patriotic values. After serving their sentences, over half go on to join the armed forces.
Serious allegations have surfaced in Bosnia that many nursing care professionals have little or no training. Diplomas can simply be bought on the black market. That exposes the Western European labor market to fraudsters.
More and more children in Russia are being infected with HIV. They're largely shunned, but not at a children's home in the city of Chelyabinsk. Here HIV-positive youngsters grow up with kids who don't have the virus.
From Syria to Bulgaria to Palestine, these are some of the oldest cities in the world that have been continuously inhabited.
The Polish band Behemoth has become a vocal critic of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party. As the band speaks out against populist politics, it's gaining favor among Polands liberals.
A mayor in Greece is using smart technology to make his city future-proof. Electric vehicles and an e-complaint system are part of Trikala's innovation strategy, but the Greek government is interfering with the smart city's plans.
A growing number of women in Turkey are fighting against patriarchal ideas and domestic violence. About 40 percent of Turkish women have suffered domestic violence. Some say President Erdogan's government fosters a culture of female subjugation.
The historic Bulgarian city of Plovdiv is European Capital of Culture 2019 and its Together motto highlights how different communities can be united
Discarded plastic finds a second life in Bordello II's endangered animal street art
Partly financed by the Serbian government, the Festival created by director Emir Kusturica aims to promote independent cinema.
The artist, Masayo Fukuda, is a master of Kirie, an ancient Japanese art form.
'McJesus' artist shocked at furore over sculpture, tells Euronews he had asked museum to remove work four months ago.
The New Year's concert in Vienna is the most watched classic event in the world. Only the greatest maestros get to conduct this legendary concert
French foie gras makers have accused a US Supreme Court of bending to vegetarian lobbyists claims.
Real estate company ADG Group bought 39 Soviet-built cinemas from the government and says it will transform them into what it calls "neighbourhood centres."
The band's creator told Euronews the Breunion Boys plan to tour the UK soon to have a conversation with both Leavers and Remainers about the "special relationship the European Union provides".
Visitors and worshippers have been flocking to Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity – a cave which enshrines a site thought to be the birthplace of Jesus.
Production talent, known and unknown, have spent this week showcasing their new projects to industry professionals at the Les Arcs Film Festival, with the hope of securing funding, and new partnerships.
This year's Best European Animated movie takes an unconventional look at one of Africa's bloodiest conflicts.
Seville hosted the 2018 European Film Awards, with Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski's Cold War winning 5 awards including best film and best director
Emerging production talent given cash boost at Les Arcs Film Festival
The event, which runs until 22 December 2018, brings together industry talent, and filmgoers from across Europe.
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