Young people want to live in cities – don’t they? We asked young Germans and received some surprising replies.
The geographer Gerhard Henkel believes that democracy is at risk from rural exodus and the demise of villages. We describe the state in which Germany’s villages find themselves.
An expert in urban development explains how growing cities will remain liveable and how lifestyles and mobility will have to change.
Where did the Straße des 17. Juni get its name from? And what sights line it? We show the street in photos and a fast video!
Halloween is a widely celebrated holiday in the United States. But since the 1990s, its popularity has been growing in Germany. How do Germans celebrate Halloween? Read on to find out.
World revolutionaries are rarely celebrated in Germany. After all, there aren’t many of them. That’s why Karl Marx’s 200th birthday was something rather special in his hometown Trier.
The “Entdecke DE” series takes you on a tour through Germany. This spring, our destination is Mainau in Lake Constance.
The “Entdecke DE” series takes you on a tour through Germany, this time to revitalised idylls.
The German national anthem consists only of the third stanza of the Deutschlandlied
Away from the well known pistes in the Bavarian Alps and the Black Forest, Germany’s low mountain ranges also offer wonderful winter landscapes.
Martin Luther provided the impetus for the Reformation in the city on the Elbe 500 years ago.