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video never. happened at the back of the. songs to sing along to download it is to come from super little movement to do. very kind of interactive exercises that are available in detail when you don't come to ash dungeon and i'm on facebook in the app store. and jammin for free with the demo you. welcome to your max your daily dose of european lifestyle and culture to say we've got the travel bug here's what's coming up. all aboard discovery europe with
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a free into rail ticket. from zum to french artists paint with empty beer bottles. and drink jam exploring the beautiful islands of cold food. first up we showcase one of the best and most affordable ways to travel across the continent into rail passes are railway tickets that give the holder unlimited travel across european countries this summer fifteen thousand passes were given out for free to eighteen year olds across europe that's all thanks to two berlin as who successfully campaigned to make their dream a reality or rather the dreams of travel hungry teams we've been keeping up with the journey of a young scot and met him in the czech republic where he is exploring the capital city prague.
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traveling to prague by train. student aid and gets in from edinburgh has embarked on an intra led venture across europe. he's fascinated by prague stunning old town and of course no visit to the czech capital is complete without seeing the famous fourteenth century charles bridge. and even says some things remind him of his native edinburgh. you have a lot of street music and artists a lot of and so on. but i think prague is. it's very different i think actually nicer than i expected i think yeah the buildings are really amazing when you see it with your own eyes so very i think it's worth to come because it's lighter in person. just in trail take it has been paid for by the european
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union. after even proposed the travel routes unsuccessfully and city europe has a jury picked him along with fourteen thousand nine hundred ninety nine other lucky eighteen year olds from the e.u. to embark on this unique trip through europe a journey with a mission. will be ambassadors of this program hopefully it's going to run for many years because i think it's good it's positive change and i'll be sure in my experiences through social media and. probably not giving talks but i could also do that if i wanted to. yeah that's pretty much it i will be an ambassador for. the free interrail program is the idea of martin spear and vincent him on the hill who lobbied brussels to introduce a travel program for young europeans. the interim take it itself has been around since one thousand nine hundred seventy two. vincent a man would have been a free travel across the continent can help youngsters overcome stereotypes about
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their european neighbors. that's what the two of them experienced when they themselves went on and interact then sure years ago. experienced great hospitality we were invited to people's homes for dinner in cities we were visiting at the time. some would even let others know we were coming to the city a lot of those work ie moments for us all those new connections those new friendships that we struck up to us that really felt like europe. have a place we got a whole new perspective on europe and truly understand that europe is not so much about its laws or politics but about the diversity of its people. many of the lucky fifteen thousand teens are sharing their travel experiences on social media describing their encounters with the europeans but does this actually help forge a sense of european identity. critics point out that it does little good if all
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these young travelers do is part of a nicer way. atum gets them from his past that's valid to spend time exploring the history of the countries he visits in prague's museum of communism and he's invincible the emergence of the former czechoslovakia and its times to the soviet union. he's one aware that after breaks it other british youngsters like him will no longer have an opportunity to win a free internet ticket. he's deeply disappointed with the outcome of the referendum . i think a lot of people voted blindly initially and they didn't really know what they were voting about they were kind of following government propaganda like communism actually. and then it's time for a cold beer. this is after all the home country of the pit.
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after two days in prague it's time for aiden gibson to move on in trail could be described as a kind of speed dating the hero you've barely gotten to know place and you're confronted with another stranger. and quite often you travel alone which is just what an eighteen year old. can really meet so many other solo travelers. actually make maybe make some difference over the way you can actually have a very good time traveling solo so i really recommend. the next stops for aid in begin to put it past and. he'll visit for european countries in two weeks and take lots of fresh impressions home to edinburgh. where you can keep up with aiden's next few stops on our instagram page at d.f.w. your remarks where he'll be posting on insta story now we're headed on our own little journey across europe time to get you up to date in our express starting with a music festival in germany. in
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northern germany fuckin open air the world's biggest heavy metal past of all has been traditionally opened by a brass band. for the past eighteen years the local fire departments back and has played the first concert the evening before will be opening. on the first day or around seventy five thousand heavy metal fans are expected in the otherwise tranquil village of just eighteen hundred. back and has hosted the festival for almost thirty years now. and the winter is to stay on as entertained chief of vogue fashion magazines american edition remiss have been circulating in recent weeks that she would vacate the post after thirty years now publish a condé nast has declared that the legendary journalist and native londoner would
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remain where she is. anna wintour is seen as one of the most influential figures in the fashion industry. on friday a german actress and singer ingrid carboned will be turning eighty she became famous in the films of her husband director there now for a spin that in the late one nine hundred seventy s. she moved to paris and started a career as a sun some new. cabinet still makes occasional sgrena parents is. now as a child you use almost anything to paint your hands your feet sponges or even the conventional paint brush but to young officers from in france brought up a completely new concept they call it be a paint. the necks of the bottles
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a dipped in paint and used instead of brushes to create portraits the jew who call themselves null stumbled upon the portrait painting gimmick after a long night which presumably involved emptying a few bottles in the first place. doesn't enjoy a cold beer once in a while. but french geo knocked preferred to use beer bottles in an artistic way. not to close on when you could not stand for nicola alexander and out of his we used beer bottles to make out so already knew the bus was required to be taken to. sack and alexandra a kayak met when studying in paris back then they were still into traditional. when a friend asked them to create some unconventional pieces to exhibit in his bar they had an unusual idea. that we were all school during the
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day so we worked through the night it was tiring we drank a few beers and then it hit us how about beer painting. and alexandra swapped brushes for empty beer bottles now they dip the top end of the bottles in color and use them for painting. video vegetation for there are many kinds of beer bottles some are lighter than others they're easier to use the. best stylishly geometrical artworks are reminiscent of pointillist paintings video i get inspiration from hip hop music can often portray famous rappers and characters from comics to good books we usually paint portraits but we also get lots of commissions all kinds of them to do. that
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work is the hits with the public. they want to get ordinary people involved in the production of art. film. this is a it's a social event that's just about having fun people watch us paint buy a beer and then start painting as well as a room knocked who has from known in western france often states lined bottle painting events in boston comps. their regular guests at their festivals and tray fans around europe to. their unique style works best on launch campuses or is that just an excuse to drink severe.
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time now for today's installment of our series island dreams greece is one of the prime destinations when it comes to the travel trend of island hopping and no wonder the country boasts over three thousand islands in total we're off to see one of the most popular ones situated just off greece's northwestern coast corfu is the second largest of the ionian islands it's also among the richest regions in the entire country. is known by its inhabitants as kara kidda but we discovered a third name. cook food is the seventh largest of the greek islands it's respected taishan and just the name of the green island the royal cafe and can only mean south of the city of course through affords a fabulous view upon the county seat the uninhabited mouse on and a landmark of coffee and a flush i have not the monastery on and. this
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is the right spot for plane spotters as well they can enjoy an excellent view of the airport's runway. every half hour a boat leaves can only use little ports for the mouse on and the byzantine chapel reportedly dating back to the eleventh or twelfth century is worth a look here. for it let's take time to particular the island and its long sandy beaches are a paradise. to choose our nature is the best the seemingly endless honey could our speech is ideal for kite surfing. that's also my new things this is my favorite beautiful kite surfing because it isn't as overcrowded and there aren't any rocks in the water not many swim out of
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the sandy part is really long and the boat is clear out of. the inability of long ago also discovered whole foods charms us to an empress elizabeth had the summer palace built here in the nineteenth century. tourist guide and of us lucky knows the story you have obviously sabbath and it is a bad name to place a studio on after achilles her favorite hero from the trojan it. for her he embodies the strength and beauty of ancient greece that's why we find statues of the dying and victorious to kill us here in her garden and. the emperor's was a big fan of greek mythology. and chileans terrorists other nine muses inside is a mineral depicting the killie's dragging the vanquished hector under his chariots elisabet appears to have had her demanding side as well. also not put out to get there are a few stories about her dying and drinking habits she likes cool foods red and
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white wines very much but she had most of her food brought in from abroad the loyalty of her admirers remained strong to this day. i come from harare. james meredith france are also fast. and hungry and. i think she looks beautiful very passable. this that's why i wanted to visit the palace and see the building where she used to spend her solace. of being on. the boys under the sea lucky charms people the nicest parts of her city. yes we're here on the spin not known as the largest square in the balkans and to finish an occupation it was used as a parade ground that's when i did a it's a nice spin off with a cricket field you could be a doctor during the time of the english occupational. on the square is a place where tourists and residents alike can get together. from here there's
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a good view of the palace of said michael and st george it was built during the initial patient in the early nineteenth century near the venetian era fortress. capuzzo town is a mix of french british and venetian architecture and a unesco bulled cultural heritage site. when the midday heat begins to fade it's a good time to go stand up paddle boarding. the sun sets on spectacular. yet there will not be you know you have a silent paddling out into the sunset because the colors are so gorgeous and the seas are usually very calm at that time to the beach is empty so you enjoy the beauty all around you even more intensely.
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in the candlelight and in kofu is actually named old town restaurant the menu features traditional i'm the most famous of which is a freezer a stew of over. half of the seventh you get a good and everyone who comes to coffee must try the sofrito it's fantastic it's our traditional dish and it simply tastes wonderful up when he gets to come. down to it's it's time to explore koku city is by bringing nightlife. now we feature plenty of musicians on this program but this next one is not your run of the mill songwriter or composer florian kepler design sound the professor from stuart got creates the alert sounds of apps electric cars and other industry products his latest project sees them transform dance moves into noise. getting it when i don't know how things will come out that's interesting for me to
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be with and i get the impression we do better at things we've never done before and where the end result is completely uncertain will it work if you see how well it worked the design the hype and plan special about sound is that we perceive a lot of it some consciously and of course that gives us a great opportunity that we can use sound to shake moods from it linking current. and how do sound shape our perception something florian can investigate in his studio the stuttgart musician and composer develops new sounds. all types of clients. ok go back to the beginning please because. in recent years he's concentrated on museums for the hashtag mine museum exhibition in stuttgart stuff gallery for example he worked with students from the music academy to produce a kind of audio guide for smartphones. it's users get both information and music.
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and i'm told by an eternity as you know in a sound environment that's different from say the parking garage we've just been in on your way to the museum from your own every day life in your announced in a place where you can move through the parks being done and experience the works of art hanging on the wall hanging from a different kind of perspective you. name it's a question. but isn't the endless barrage of sound more annoying than a relaxing silence. florian caplets says there is no relaxing silence in the museum void but he's a misfit we actually want this ambiance of conditioners and ventilators and fluorescent tubes that will give off sound and we can start there and ask couldn't and be some very very subtle ambience becomes even closer to absolute silence and if you did nothing you tonio called very managed must silence is in itself
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a sound and museums temples of culture where reverent silence is expected from visitors. in mannheim xnu constantly museum florian kepler encouraged his music design students to go a step or two further. the idea was to make the museum a club where the art isn't in the eye of the beholders but is co-created by them. this into active aspect is reflected in the principal work florian couplet conceived for the mannheim codes tala the collect. should wall here the viewer can virtually experience almost every work in the museum's collection it's nice to interest rates and this is not only underestimated we're going to have of course only a very small parties on this plane but now everyone can come in at this point they don't pay admission rather than tell people about the works the museum has and then lock most of them away sometimes for decades but now everyone can see what they're
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really interested in saida so i think this image i think they should. florian kepler is interested in nearly everything along with his museum projects the music designer is developing sounds for electric cars and visa horrific is a slight on and he supplied investigations can be turned the other way and be of interest music years while he was economics merriment with these driving algorithms meant to meet. with mint once again what i really love is when you see how both areas relate to and don't exclude one another. is. florian traveled a long way before he finally brought art and commercial success together originally the sound inventor wants to be a rock star. for a time his band held the pictures was the opening act for blood and bob geldof but the big break never came in hindsight it may have been for the best florian kepler
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had a free hand to devote the next twenty years to developing something that still fascinates him in of an incision to style grazing in a feelings of uncertainty where you don't know is going to ask if there's something you haven't thought of and to explore new possibilities and that means a lot to me spit out at me as if you're. now it's time for you to get involved are your marks d.i.y. experts show you fun ways to brighten up your home and today patiently has a project that you can make using household products. pension for love can go to me there's hardly anything more relaxing than watching
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sport and if you feel the same why not make your own hanging london out of jobs here's how. you need ten preserving jobs without bullets. as hoax. a chain about ten meters long which you can get at a hardware store. at a pizza great forty centimeters white. hanging basket. why is. decorative gravel which you can also get at hardware store. measuring tape. and ten thousand lights now you can start. the first one in the chain around a job not to length because you would need ten chains of exactly the sling. now attach the chains to glasses you simply has to connect a chain links with each other.
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to be able to hang the johns later you need ten more chains in different lengths. of the chain and choose lengths between twenty and fifty centimeters. now also attach these chains to jobs. now it's time for the little stones put a handful in each glass. then placed on top. so that your lantern light a hands horizontally three equidistant points on your pizza great this works well if you fold the tape measure to form a triangle. now distribute the s. hoax evenly on the great. and from below.
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if you the same with the chain for the pizza grill. now you can hang your lights where you want to watch them light. the final step arrange the line tents. and now you have a new high catch up for a balcony or terrace fans of all things colorful can also use colored glasses you can buy them online or in some art and craft store. and you can check out many more d.i.y. projects i'm fantastic designs on our you tube channel d.w. interior design that's all we have time for today glad you could join us. next time on your own backs robots makes all the words out of sound it's one of
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many ideas by spanish inventor even the rondo he uses a three d. printer to create new devices and then presents them on you tube although it doesn't always go as planned even though rhonda next time you're on the x. .
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