A day in the heart of Europe: Aachen, Germany; Sunny Sichi; Daily Californian

Located in the heart of Europe, Aachen is a city of understated beauty and character. Once the center of Charlemagne’s empire, Aachen is now a small, relatively lesser known German city, but totally worth a daylong visit.

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Private Bicycle Tour: Potsdam by Bike; Berlin.de

The three-hour guided bicycle tour leads to the palaces, gardens and the old town of Potsdam. Start and end point is Potsdam Central station.

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Würzburg has that winning combination for Len Rutledge; eGlobal Travel Media

Three Irish missionary monks visited Würzburg in A.D. 686 to Christianize the local ‘barbarians’. The inhospitable locals beheaded them. Fortunately, we find the citizens are much friendlier today,…

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The Urn of Alexander von der Mark, or not – Potsdam, Germany; Bernd Das Brot Team; Waymarking

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Sanssouci Park, Potsdam, Germany; Professorabe; Travel Gumbo

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Where to experience the Bauhaus in 2019; Milly Burroughs; The Spaces

Our top picks of museums, exhibition openings and tours…

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5 places in Germany you’ve never heard of but need to visit…; Wanderlust

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Rhine is running dry as glaciers shrink; SAFETY 4 SEA

After a long summer drought, the traffic at one of the shallowest points on the Rhine was halted for a month, resulting to problems at its transport artery.

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Bauhaus at 100: How German factories inspired global Bauhaus art movement; Emma Cullinan; Irish Times

100 years ago, the functional designs of Gropius and his followers first saw light…

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New Campus Architecture in Germany; Chronicle of Higher Education

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