How Bauhaus design school influenced art, architecture and design across the world; Neha Banka; Indian Express

The nationalist movement that soon developed into the Nazi ideology in Germany considered Bauhaus to be a rejection of traditional German values.

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Bauhaus Builds! The Growing House; Ludwig Hilberseimer; E-flux

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20 Essential Pilgrimages to Inspiring Art Destinations; Casey Lesser; Artsy

Beyond the art capitals, these pilgrimages will take you to dazzling museums, sculpture-encrusted landscapes, remote islands, and legendary art enclaves.

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14 Awesome Things to Do in Berlin – Exploring Germany’s Capital; Sara Monty; Just A Pack

Things to Do in Berlin – Explore Germany’s capital with Sara Monty’s list of things to do in Berlin. She absolutely loves this city and you will too!

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Heidelberg and Rhine Combination Tour from Frankfurt; Get Your Guide

Start off with romantic Heidelberg on this delightful tour combination. Afterwards continue to the Rhine River Valley – an area UNESCO counts to the World Heritate of Mankind.

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Explore the Moselle River on a 5 night cruise; EIN Presswire

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UNESCO World Heritage sites: UN adds two more in Germany; Bob Taylor; CDN

The UN designated two popular and historic sites in Germany as UNESCO World Heritage sites: The Ore Mountains and the historic city of Augsburg.

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Destination wrap: Noosa plants trees for tourism, win a trip to Hong Kong, NYC gets new gallery + MORE!; Travel Weekly

Ease yourself back into the daily grind with a rundown of all the latest destination news.

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Germany’s 16 states: Saxony-Anhalt; Frederike Muller; Deutsche Welle

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Dagstuhl trip report: learning and teaching programming language semantics; Andy J Ko; Medium.com

A tour through programming language learning.

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Lübeck: Classic Tour of the Hanseatic City; Get Your Guide

Discover the Hanseatic city of Lübeck, also known as the “City of Seven Spires” or the “Gateway to the North.” Admire the medieval character, the unparalleled architecture and the cohesive structure of the old town.

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Augsburg’s historical water system granted UNESCO World Heritage status; Andreas Kirchhoff; Deutsche Welle

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UNESCO declares Erzgebirge region a World Heritage Site; Darko Janjevic & Richard Connor; Deutsche Welle

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Travel: How to spend 48 hours in Hamburg; Sunday Post

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Things to do in Saarbrucken, Germany; Sofie; Wonderful Wanderings

Looking for things to do in Saarbrucken, Germany? This post has got you covered with a full day itinerary, including tips on how to get there. Check it out!

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What to do in Regensburg: The ultimate Regensburg city guide; Michael Hodgson & Therese Iknoian; Hi Travel Tales

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Trier, Germany’s oldest major city, is a must-see; Slobodan Lekic; Stars And Stripes

Trier was founded by the Celts in the 4th century B.C. Almost exactly 2,000 years ago, when the Roman empire expanded from Gaul into western Germany, the town then known as Treveris became a bulwark on the border between civilization and the hostile barbarian tribes in northern Europe.

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Kaiser’s descendant loses court battle to regain 13th-century castle; Josie Le Blond; Guardian

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Court rules against claim on Rheinfels Castle by great-great-grandson of Wilhelm II…

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Exploring the birthplace of Bauhaus, a German movement that changed design; Margo Pfeiff; LA Times

Today, you can still see how modern design reflects the ideas of Bauhaus, not just in buildings but even in your kitchen. Tea infuser, anyone?

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Potsdam gardens closed after thunderstorms; Berlin.de

The heavy thunderstorms caused damage to gardens and parks of the Unesco World Heritage in Potsdam. Reparing the damage will take some time.

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