Category Archives: Germany
Catch a glimpse of the wonders of the city of Berlin through these amazing virtual tours that will allow you to dream now and visit later!
Germany May Have Banished Nazism, but Its Medieval Anti-Semitism Is Still in Plain Sight; Carol Schaeffer; Smithsonian Magazine
In the city where Martin Luther revolutionized Christianity, a vile, 700-year-old sculpture openly denigrates Jews. Why is it still there?
From snow-covered villages to towns carved into the cliffside, there’s some fairytale magic to be found across Europe.
Some of the world’s most beautiful cathedral.
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Berlin museums might house the iconic Nefertiti bust, the Ishtar gate of ancient Babylon or Rembrandt masterpieces, but they still trail global counterparts in popularity — and the coronavirus is making things worse. Millions of euros have been poured into the institutions, yet the 19 museums managed by the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation (SPK) attracted just 4.2 million visitors last year, while the Louvre alone drew 9.6 million.
Stretching from the Elbe River to the Black Forest, the German Half-Timbered House Road covers 3,000km through more than 100 medieval towns, including UNESCO World Heritage Sites…
The Danevirke is system of large defensive earthworks and walls that stretches across the neck of the Cimbrian peninsula in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
If after weeks of isolation, your home is beginning to feel a little cooped up, it might be fun to explore some more generously proportioned interiors.
It’s where The Beatles had some of their earliest gigs…
An existing, listed hotel in Cologne is being redesigned and supplemented with a new building for the Lifestyle brand. The hotel will boast 262 rooms.
A German Jew Vows To Fight On To Remove Anti-Semitic Sculpture After Court Defeat; Aaron Labaree; NPR
“This is a church, a holy place. You can’t mix it with such a shameful assault on the Jews,” plaintiff Michael Düllmann says of the medieval work portraying Jews with a pig.