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the world. with. concert space trio on the beach of your area of sexuality you. will love sick in this to be a thing of. sexual frustration. i still have to get used to these robot new ways of exploring new frontiers in the sex and love. stuff september twenty fifth. while going to the sheraton louise how often have you today to see through the next half an hour here's what's coming up. experimental featuring an underwater god projects in norfolk it's making. colorful discovering an eye catching
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a prominence in the swedish capital. and inviting enjoying unusual views of comeback in the water. you are what you eat how many times have you had that saying what we present is a growing concern for the industry and more and more people are starting to take charge of the health by paying attention to their diets accorded just to to sticks around thirty percent of people now prefer organic produce and sustainable farming has become a bollywood in the industry we came across a unique way to grow fruits and vegetables both organically and sustainably but to find the green house you might need a wet suit. all those giant jellyfish know these balloon like biosphere is a part of the worlds. first underwater
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a greenhouse project ten meters below the sea the ninos garden research project looks into forms of sustainable sub aquatic agriculture what's cultivated here usually only grows on land. diver jenny from tony's you greg eulalie tends to the forty different plants cultivated here it looks to me. a brilliant at the same time it's really hard to describe but by now working every day i see the project like drawing every day and i'm so proud of the outcome so far technically. this system is not the plague of all just in the sea but imagine our many early solar on the war can really benefit this ystem six years ago divers installed the first underwater greenhouses at this depth the sunlight is still sufficient for photosynthesis and of course no insecticides needed in the
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surrounding sea water is treated and then used to water the plants the project is currently experimenting with various kinds of fruits and vegetables this is a water tank a lot of water over here either inside here. this is the it's green eagles in agrees the way. the water from here our visit on our thing is our own view. on the issues we're. growing inside without any solid all the. roots. on the wall which is flowing down. the small town of normally in north western initially attracts lots of tourists but hardly any of them would guess that this unique underwater lab exists just one hundred meters from the beach promina. three times a week. fontanes he checks the displays at the control center in order to make sure
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that the greenhouse the temperature and humidity levels are in order. here you can see. three page with the same the general situation of the head because with the map of the different biospheres and all the technology that is powered by solar energy solar panels up here and there when we'll we're trying to be completely green. this tree of life holds the cables that connect everything to the outside world. to two gardeners normally make diving gear and they're now using some of the same technology in their underwater lab harvest time is set for september. this is almost radio. and not just the lettuce to basil in the next biosphere over is also ready for picking their way to
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unique for writing. we actually got to just bees and then a very specific result that was grown in a very specific and new system that we were trying out which is the technology to condense faster or saltwater into freshwater. journey front and easy used to turn these leaves into pesto now scientists from the university of peas and examine the underwater plant. it's hard to say the taste is the friend or not of course the smells is super good but the real difference is inside of the plants because of the station process they need to go through in order to survive to the situation and the let's say the habitat that is going going on down there. so far the project has cost two hundred fifty thousand euros so underwater basil is still a pricey delicacy but the operators plan to continue their work. i think the most
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garden has a lot of pros stable temperature fresh water for free and everything with all polluting. the team receives inquiries from around the world similar underwater the habs have been installed in belgium on more issues and in the u.s. see gardens a no longer just a dream these become real projects that just might lead to more sustainable agriculture. what a way to spend your life by the water you know prize throw away asking you all what your favorite water activity is farming is not an answer i expect to hear but if that is your favorite thing today send it in and at the end of the week we'll announce the winner at this special year of max watch and see you can find the film on our website at d.t. dot com forward slash lifestyle better that she will let power on now with a whirlwind tour of europe in our express roundup of the day.
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people in the netherlands have celebrated princes day. king dylan alexander and queen mussina rode in a carriage through the streets of the hague to the cheers of thousands of on booker's the event is one of the most important days in dutch politics the carriage ride and the king's speech which follows it marked the official beginning of the parliamentary year. starting on thursday the monumental chamber of immortality will be on display in istanbul. turkish artist ahmet nash dickon assembled some eleven thousand handmade metal skulls and horns to create a huge installation it was inspired by the three thousand year old samarian epic of gilgamesh and the biblical story of noah the work took the artist four and a half years and cost more than eight hundred fifty thousand euros to complete connecticut news known for his unconventional ways of depicting myths and legends
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after four days the chamber of immortality will continue on to london berlin and new york. this is carl. the great one horn dry nasser's baby from the berlin zoo was christened on tuesday cart was born two weeks ago and is doing well right now you a sixty five kilograms when he's fully grown in about five years time he'll weigh in at around two tons. then no later lower than bear pretzel than chicken the annual october fest kicks off this weekend in munich is the biggest folk festival in the welt the record number of visitors has been seven point two million and just as many are expected to turn up this yet the. is it size loads of different industries capitalize on the
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event the fashion industry being one of them jeff ashton design a house has teamed up with a traditional costume company this season and added his signature tots to the classic feminine. so this is what they look like designed by hans have left out the prince of palm a little less opulent then you might expect a munich company for a traditional german folk os jones commission todd leppla to create a line for them if there's one thing glenn is known for its his eccentric gaudy sense of pageantry. suddenly everyone thought they were a designer and tried to create a deal. but some thought the word came from dealing an old word for harlot and that's exactly how their dresses turned out. we wanted to turn that around and
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show that it dirndl can be noble classy playful romantic. and of course have an ostentatious touch. that has an eye for details handmade frills his trademark crowns adorning the bond his hocks the fabrics drowned in gold and floral patterns the flamboyant designer certainly had enough ideas but the client sometimes had to rein him in. as the weak i felt i must say he's not always the easiest person to work with and he has extremely high expectations but after a while he can be reasoned with when you say something just won't work he'll pause and think for a second then say you were right. looking good at the october fast pace of. a dirndl can cost three to six. hundred euros. conducted it's
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my job to bring designs and creations to life if somebody buys one i'm happy with whichever they choose. how they like gladness won't make you look just as ostentation as as the prince himself but a dash of pomp never goes amiss that october a fast. time now for a deluxe or bought thing which we are invited to look around someone's home to they were off the stock home to the apartment of two architects who lived in london before rededicating roughly around ten years ago they found their dream home in an early twentieth century building and gradually began to make it their own adding a month to get other things a good lash of cholera to bring the rooms to life. welcome to. the bright orange hallway india garos apartment in stockholm contrast with the
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intense blue of the kitchen cupboards colors play an important role in her home. when we were starting to play with the how can we change. the words to something a bit more exciting we took out a lot of different colors then my husband being an architect this well we always disagree on things but this color and then their door survived and they came up and i was like oh my god it was a bit of a shock but now when you look at the whole room as the space if it's good. the dining area is largely white but features old y. you know ray of furniture including a bench built by ears great great grandfather. and this classic wall unit by german design a. kind of. something that
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takes different turns you end up with a mixture of old and new. life. your children brings home things artifacts from their school and things like family things that maybe my husband wants to get rid off and i want to keep them you know you're it's that's how life is it's a bit of a messy. bedroom isn't a discreet shade of gray which has a soothing effect perfect for a good night's sleep. much of the bathroom is great too not only that here takes the place of tile. the texture of the timber was important because everyone always sees tile stone in the bathroom and then with this it becomes warm. and i think it's the together with the dark colors if it's very. earthy.
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like this. apart from a few colorful pieces of furniture and accessories the living room is mainly white and that's not because the architect suddenly ran out of paint the idea was to keep this a neutral place to relax and unwind. it's one of the year's favorite spots in the apartment. white is a beautiful color like white but with. with the red. colorful paintings other colorful lights. i think of course you could have a. a bold color on the sofa but maybe it's nice that it's just song some breathing space perhaps this room. here and her husband thought carefully about which colors they wanted where. their spacious apartment is
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a workable ark in itself. we have always looked at all the colors together. everything should be in harmony actually although they are quite bright colors we feel it's important that they joe they work well together. and they certainly do do you get his apartment in stockholm's old town is a colorful and cozy. interior design at its best check out our you tube channel d.w. interior design stunning ideas spectacular buildings and d.i.y. tutorials on home ticker ration we'll take you inside the most beautiful european homes show you the latest in furniture fabrics and accessories subscribe and don't miss out see you on you tube.
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from interior to exterior now that's where i love to be outside preferably on the water this is actually a great way to explore a city especially one that has many rivers or cannot see how many largest port cities so it's no surprise that there are plenty of waterways there although they aren't used to industry in the same way anymore there are still lots of vessels that is used by terrorists and those wanting to try out a new sport. germany's oldest rowing club is located on hamburg and stuff like rowing enthusiastic speakin flocking here at the crack of dawn. today were an all female crew right. for the first. time in my life i'll be rowing an eleven meter long vessel it's a four person shell so teamwork is key.
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now turn the blades vertically pointing away from you going to exactly be sure to get your wrist that the right angle otherwise you get tendonitis. that's perfect. properly coordinating your leg arm and hand movements to get the rowing motion right isn't easy the tiniest mistakes are instantly noticeable f.i.o.s. sorry that was me. and. after a while i get the hang of things and my rowing motions become smoother. hamburg's add stuff like is an inner city jam that appeals to tourists and sports enthusiasts alike. its smaller park is located in downtown hamburg while its largest section extends far north to the us the lake is a veritable oasis. feel about the people of hamburg to love the city's lush vegetation and waterways and that's why they like exploring the city's many canals
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there are twenty two of them around the us star alone one of which i'll be discovering today aboard this beautiful venetian gondola gondolier carlo concert usually takes lovers across the ulster and has witnessed countless marriage proposals carla was always fascinated by the shape of this italian rowing boat. and of one of these are that if you look from the front you can see the side i'm standing on is ten centimeters lower. and it's totally crooked. that gives me goosebumps to this day. condo consider got his gondolier license in venice he spends his springs and autumns there and says venice is the best place on earth for gondola tours. i've been to many different places besides venice where there have been different side with my gondola gone along the river towns and taken the actress center back over like than say in berlin. but hamburg's really special. from
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central hamburg carlo consider takes us fifteen kilometers north along the waterway through the delicate constant balancing to head a back council. which also happens to be the world's smallest council. this edifice is actually a small replica of the ranges handed back castle four years how bergs handed back council had been all but forgotten until miriam and helga haga vow to restore it to its former glory inside it even boasts a miniature knights home. miriam and hagar regularly staged concerts in these hallowed halls and sometimes performed tango dances to the couple and their daughters used to live in argentina where they fell in love with the country and its tango culture these flowers the costal and even music from my homeland in his i'm beyond the atmosphere here along the water is amazing you're in the city
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yes away from it all. as evening approaches it's time for a well deserved refreshment i've called in at at star palla one of the many former public restrooms in hamburg that have been transformed into stylish eateries or bars i'd step palla is a hit with hikers tourists and locals alike. and how hamburg has many beautiful spots to take in the sunset. but here along the ide stuff it's truly splendid. the people of hamburg are said to be proud of their city after spending a day on the i stuff i now know why. magic finished the show today we're talking spy ease and not the fictional ones like james bond or jason bourne the real ones that are still very much a part of the world that we live in thanks to the museum in berlin visitors able to
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gain a better understanding of how espionage works and alongside many fascinating stories shared cases the cool gadgets that we used to help spies in days gone by. clinical bridge between berlin and potsdam was also the border between west berlin and east germany until nine hundred eighty nine it's a place of historical significance as this is where the eastern and western powers swapped captured spies during the cold war. in twenty fifteen hollywood director steven spielberg used the bridge as an authentic location for his oscar winning film bridge of spies in it tom hanks plays an american lawyer sent to negotiate a spy swap. for . this and other stories are featured at the german spy museum in berlin.
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tourists come to berlin because of its history and of course espionage played a major role especially during the cold war here in the capital of spies. one highlight of the exhibition is a tragedy fitted with infrared cameras it allowed east germany's to spy on its own citizens. the german spy museum has hundreds of items on display in an area covering three thousand square meters including these radios used by secret agents during world war two. and an original enigma machine used by the nazis to encrypt messages. but the museum also addresses the current state of espionage displaying examples of digital surveillance technology does start for an hour from the german spy museum is the only museum that deals with the history of espionage that means that worldwide there are only very few examples that deal at all with espionage and
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none really that show a chronicle of espionage its history since ancient times the way ours does. this may look like something from a jet. a matchbox cars. perfect for concealing in a pocket or a key chain that can record. truth really can be stranger than fiction. here this kind of thing becomes real that's for us just like maybe stocks and that and here we say that it actually happened actually history the things that we start things that we saw so yeah i just yeah it's real. it's in my opinion. the german spy museum opened in twenty fifteen in a historic location right on potsdamer platz where the wall dividing east and west berlin used to be remnants of the wall still recall the cold war era. that's inspired many filmmakers. a number of spy
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thrillers have been shot in berlin including the american t.v. series homeland. its entire fifth season was produced in the german capital. there was also the bourne ultimatum starring matt damon. who feel for many international film productions for producers and screenwriters berlin is important because of its background as the capital for spies and espionage so you have authentic locations which you can refer to a lot of the month. and if you want to test your secret agent skills you can try to get through the laser beam obstacle course. but real spies seldom see that kind of action agents tend to do most of their work from the office. the real work of espionage is very arduous slow time consuming and very
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tedious these days spying is largely conducted using digital technology but no matter how the agents work this museum shows visitors of only ages just tell fascinating as b. and ask him. just goes to show that the gadgets we see in the movies are a true representation of those previously created does and also if it's a day there but join us on facebook to talk more about berlin and the family famous landmarks that you can play in that city six more wrong. time on your own max does that lovers will be in seventh heaven when they seem. to face so maison jellies have earned him the title german catchy of the year. works of the three star restaurant against the host house alfonse in sam parker where he brings meals to spectacular finish a feast for the ice and the palate next time on your own masks.
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