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Words can tell you a lot about a culture and these are some of the best and most unique.
Paris Photo Fair welcomes visitors in French capital and online
Learn about the highlights of this year's event and how to see more without leaving the comfort of your home.
Feeling lost? How digital fashion is missing that key element of touch
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London's Courtauld gallery to reopen after 3-year transformation
The historic listed building on the banks of the Thames welcomes visitors back to indulge in one of Europe's most prestigious art collections.
The 'Mona Lisa' of stamps, worth $8 million, goes on display in London
The unique 1856 1c Magenta from British Guiana was bought at auction in the USA. The sale makes it the world's most expensive stamp.
'The Schuman Show', or how to mock the singular world of EU politics
'The Schuman Show' plays once a month in the heart of the European capital and hopes to make waves beyond the Brussels bubble with its increasingly popular satirical offerings.
Venezuela's hidden gems are slowly deteriorating
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Amy Winehouse's items fetch millions at auction in Los Angeles
The proceeds will go to the Amy Winehouse Foundation, which supports vulnerable young adults struggling with addiction.
Stifling or an unlikely creative inspiration? Art after lockdown
London Grads Now. 21 features the work of MA students, who’ve graduated this year from the capital’s art schools. Among them is Graham Martin, 38, originally from Ayr in Scotland, who studied painting at the Royal College of Art.
Rotterdam museum opens entire collection to public in 'world first'
Visitors to the Depot in Rotterdam will be able to view the 151,000 items in its revered collection.
Mohamed Mbougar Sarr from Senegal wins France's Goncourt Prize
The winner of the Goncourt Prize receives a symbolic cheque of 10 euros but a guarantee that their novel will be published in thousands of copies
Man bleeds to death after being gored at Spanish bull-running festival
The death is the first fatality in Spain's bull-running events this year. Generational divides rage on about whether the events should remain part of Spanish tradition.
Guatemalan faithful honour Saint Simon in indigenous village
With music, tobacco and liquor, hundreds of faithful honour Saint Simon, a popular deity in Guatemala in the indigenous village of San Andrés Itzapa in Guatemala.
Duran Duran become latest major music act with a biopic in the works
Please, please tell me now, is there something I should know? Yes, Duran Duran are making it to the big screen!
Gigs are back in Ireland - just don't expect to crowdsurf
Under new guidance, crowd surfing will not be permitted and nightclub goers must form a socially distanced queue to buy drinks.
Paris Chocolate Fair gets dressed up with a fashion cake-over
The event, which was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic last year, gives visitors a chance to discover the latest innovations and taste creations.
Cambridge University college returns looted cockerel to Nigeria
The cockerel used to be displayed in Jesus College's dining hall, but it was removed in 2016 following the rise of the 'Black Lives Matter' movement.
These photos from the ‘Beard Olympics’ will really grow on you
Participants from around the world make their way to Bavaria for the 2021 World Beard and Moustache Championships.
'Heaven Mice Belong in Heaven' sees European animators join forces
Several European producers did not believe the co-producers would be able to make the film in Stop Motion with more than 50 characters and about 30 sets.
Portugal hosts its first exhibition dedicated to Tintin's creator
The exhibition reveals the many other facets of the Belgian artist by bringing together an important selection of his works.
Lyon exhibits the art of a Spanish exile turned painter
Displayed on the walls of the Fort de Vaise at the Renaud Foundation, the exhibition has been sponsored by the Consulate of Spain in Lyon.
David Bowie makes a return to London in memorabilia pop-up shop
The Soho store was visited by eager fans at its opening this week, five years on from the musical genius' passing.
How Copenhagen became the world's number one city for food
Euronews speaks to the leading lights of the Copenhagen scene, and discovers that they are ALL called Rasmus!
'Oscars of watchmaking' honours an industry still alive and ticking
From Breitling to Bulgari, Tourbillons to Tondas, the selection, whittled down by a 500-strong academy, is a symphony of cogs, wheels and mechanisms all clicking in rhythmic harmony. The eventual trophy winners, spanning 14 categories, will be selected by a jury of 30 industry experts.
What does it take to become a city in Europe?
From population size to cultural significance, we look into the myriad of qualities needed to become a city in some of Europe's biggest countries.
11 expert tips on how to travel like a local
Leave the guidebook at home, switch off your maps and hop off the tour bus. The best way to immerse yourself in a culture is to take your cues from the locals.