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Basel (AIT 9.2021)

Switzerland’s third-largest city is considered the cultural capital of the country. With numerous art- and cul …

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Frankfurt (AIT 7/8.2021)

The Main metropolis is a city of contrasts. Spectacular skyscrapers in the banking district on the one hand, t …

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Vienna (AIT 5.2021)

Often misunderstood as a walk-through, anachronistic museum, Vienna is in fact — as singer-songwriter Reinhard …

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Marseille (AIT 7/8.2020)

For more than 20 years, the Manifesta art biennial has been touring Europe. Architects and urban planners are …

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Palm Springs (AIT 3.2019)

The Coachella Valley in the Los Angeles hinterland is one of the world’s most popular hotspots. Not only does …

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Urbino (AIT 1/2.2019)

The Italian region of the Marches is considered the better Tuscany. The latter is much better known, but there …

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Le Havre (AIT 10 | 2019)

On September 5 and 6, 1944, allied pilots razed the French Atlantic city of Le Havre to the ground. Their aim …

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Sao Paulo (AIT 09 | 2019)

Brazil, a country known for its multiculturalism, stands for pure joie de vivre. São Paulo is the cultural cen …

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Bielefeld (AIT 06 | 2019)

Many might know the city from the conspiracy theory propagated in 1993. It says that Bielefeld doesn’t even ex …

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Valetta (AIT 05 | 2019)

Whoever may attempt to describe the city of Valletta easily runs into danger of having to elaborate: This is b …

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Tel Aviv (AIT 04 | 2019)

Tel Aviv is not only a pulsating metropolis by the Mediterranean Sea but also the location of more than 4,000 …

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Rom (AIT 03 | 2019)

An Erasmus Scholarship made it possible for Lorena Stephan to spend a semester abroad at Sapienza Università d …

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