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French graffiti artist Saype's mountaintop artwork uses biodegradable paint made from chalk charcoal, water and milk protein
The film titled 'Schumacher' retraces the life and career of the German driver, who has not been seen in public since a serious skiing accident in 2013.
Judd tripped over a log and broke her tibia in multiple places while joining researchers in a night-time search for bonobos.
Glaciers in the Swiss Alps are in steady decline, losing a full two per cent of their volume last year alone, according to an annual study published by the Swiss Academies of Science.
Climbing has always been a part of Marcel Remy's life and he intends to keep climbing as long as it makes him happy.
When France shut all its cultural venues during a second wave of the pandemic in October, mezzo-soprano Fiona McGown decided to find audiences in their own homes.
Since 2000, the world's glaciers have lost an average of 267 billion metric tons of ice every year, and the rate at which they are melting is still accelerating.
Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck's adventures in the movie "Roman Holiday" made the Vespa famous in the 1950s, but its history dates back to April 23, 1946, when the first patent for its manufacture was registered in Italy.
Travel has not yet fully resumed, but for one avid traveller, his passion to see the world is still very much alive.
France's largest glacier once looked so mighty sliding down the granite slopes of the Mont Blanc, Western Europe’s tallest peak, that early explorers struggled to find the words to capture it.