Alexander Fallier – Young Germany

About Alexander Fallier

I am the project manager of the Young Germany website

Wordless Wednesday: “Biikefeuer” at the North Sea

Biikefeuer on the beach of St. Peter-Ording (Schleswig-Holstein), photo: Carsten Rehder/dpa   The Biikebrennen (in German), Biikebrånen (in North Frisian) or Pers Awten (in Danish) is an annual celebration held on 21 February in North Frisia, in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein and in Southern Jutland. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tg6Jkkw3hJs More information about this tradition: http://www.nordseetourismus.de/biikebrennen-nordsee

By | February 22nd, 2017|Working in Germany|0 Comments

Wordless Wednesday: German Winter

The snow covered Veitsburg (front) standing above the historic old town of Ravensburg, Germany, 03 January 2017. Overnight there have been about ten inches of fresh snow. Photo: Felix Kästle/dpa Germany's smallest wooden church (built 1897) is located at Elendat the foot of the Brocken (Sachsen-Anhalt). Photo: Matthias Bein/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa   » Insider knowledge: [...]

By | January 4th, 2017|General, Wordless Wednesday Photo Series|Comments Off on Wordless Wednesday: German Winter

Periphery: 180 Seconds in Sydney

Sydney: Nature Park in the City Outskirts The Royal National Park is just an hour away from the hustle and bustle of Sydney. Jonnie Swift guides tourists through the breath-taking nature in the park. Click on the image to start the video: More about the #180sec project on goethe.de/180sec

By | December 8th, 2016|#180sec|Comments Off on Periphery: 180 Seconds in Sydney

Periphery: 180 Seconds in São Paulo

São Paulo: Living on an Island Fátima lives with her family on the island of Bororé in the southernmost part of São Paulo. At the weekend they sell snacks and drinks to day-trippers who take the ferry to the island. Click on the image to start the video: More about the #180sec project [...]

By | December 7th, 2016|#180sec|Comments Off on Periphery: 180 Seconds in São Paulo

Periphery: 180 Seconds in Rome

Rome: The Search for Truth Vanished from one moment to the next: Rosella’s husband Mario was picked up by the police on 30 April 1987 at 6:20 in the morning and never returned. Rosella looks for answers.  Click on the image to start the video: More about the #180sec project on goethe.de/180sec [...]

By | December 6th, 2016|#180sec|Comments Off on Periphery: 180 Seconds in Rome