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The Marinelli family in Agnone, Italy, have been making elaborate bells for hundreds of years. The family business could be the oldest bell foundry in the world. Almost 100 years ago, they received the Pope’s seal.
British car enthusiast Paul Bacon makes vehicles that could feature in the latest Science-Fiction blockbuster. His “Cosmotron” is a reflection of his childhood fantasies about the sports car of the future.
After 8 years of construction, the Berlin Palace and Humboldt Forum have opened, digitally. Three of four facades of the former Prussian King’s residence were reconstructed. In 1950, it had been demolished by the GDR.
When the Euro was introduced as a currency, the bridges depicted on the banknotes were fictitious structures. Until Robin Stam came up with the idea of reconstructing them in Spijkenisse, in the Netherlands.
Homemade bread is very popular. Sourdough is in particularly high demand. If hobby bakers do not have time to care for their sourdough starters, Martin Mayer offers a special service: the sourdough hotel.