Germany is a cultural hub. And its museums have preserved these cultures and historically significant memorabilia with utmost care…
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Road trip in Germany – Castles, Gardens, History and UNESCO sites in Eastern Germany; Chris Christensen; Amateur Traveler
A road trip in Eastern Germany to Berlin, Wittenberg, Dessau, Weimar, Erfurt, Eisenach and Kassel. UNESCO sites and more.
The world is full of natural wonders but many of our most precious landscapes are increasingly at risk. Whether its the imminent threat of climate change, destructive weather systems or the toll of human impact, some of Earth’s most incredible, important and enchanting corners are facing a precarious future.
There’s far more to Germany than just hip and culture-packed big cities. From sleepy seaside resorts to quaint mountain villages and pretty wine-growing towns, much of the country’s allure lies in its lesser-known spots. Here are 40 charmers that should be firmly on your travel wish list.
Germany has seen all forms of human and natural history, and its landscapes and cities still have many of those stories on display. There are sites bearing witness to the first humans arriving on the continent of Europe, soaring places of worship and architectural achievements that have influenced the rest of the world. From monuments to mudflats, here are some of the most historic sites in Germany according to the UNESCO World Heritage list.
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From great masterpieces to unusual exhibits – Berlin’s museums are home to stunning works of art and fascinating worlds. Due to the Corona Pandemic, all museums in Berlin are currently closed.
Source: Museums in Berlin
Colorful and enchanting, no other country does fairy-tale fantasy towns quite like Germany.
Lubeck basks in the abundance of fascinating places, for visitors from all walks of life
Germany has a rich cultural heritage and an alluring display of palaces and castles that stand as captivating structures with historic semblance
Take a dip into the German culture right from the comfort of your living room, with magnificent high definition virtual tours
Source: Germany’s Cultural Connect
The charming German city of Luebeck was lovingly done up for the holidays with fairy lights and garlands but the usual festive bustle was eerily absent this pandemic-scarred winter.
Art, history and culture walk hand-in-hand in Germany. Libraries, museums, and art centres, here is a guide of what not to miss
Source: The German Art Affair
Discover the “forbidden city” in Potsdam and learn interesting facts about its history on this 6-hour tour from Berlin. See the Dutch Quarter, Sanssouci Palace, and the Bornstedt Cemetery, and admire the view from Belvedere on the Pfingstberg.
The World Heritage List includes over 1,100 sites in 167 countries across the world, and the number is growing. Among these are many popular German landmarks like Berlin’s Museum Island, the Cologne Cathedral, and the Bauhaus sites. But the UNESCO list includes many more sites in Germany that haven’t acquired the same fame.
While the police investigate “in all directions,” there is considerable evidence to indicate the involvement of far-right forces in the attacks.
What comes out if you take five Spotters from four different countries, send them to the place with the highest density of breweries in the whole world and give them three days to explore?