What a great idea for a counter protest. Almost as good as the same group’s previous “trojan tshirt”, a shirt that has a neo-Nazi slogan on it that washed out to show an anti-neo-Nazi slogan. Ba-da-bing!
Kloster Eberbach. Photo copyright Nicolette Stewart
The Berlin Wall is going back up.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of its fall, the Berlin Wall is going back up…in the form of glowing, balloon-like orbs. It is going to be a gorgeous memorial, a visual haunting by the wall’s ghost. Read more about it on Fotostrasse.
A haunted house to complete your Halloween.
Over at Abandoned Berlin you can creep yourself out with photos of a building where Nazi uniforms were made. I hear there is exciting news brewing over at Abandoned Berlin as well…but more on that later. Go look at this spooky place right here.
Is Neukölln the coolest neighborhood in Berlin?
This is a preview of The Week in Germany: The Berlin Wall Is Back, Neukölln Guide, Halloween, and Some Other Stuff.
Nice try Frankfurt Book Fair, but we think we’ll just keep writing both. Photo copyright Nicolette Stewart, taken at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2014
Have you assimilated yet?
Gone native? Become German? At Germany, Ja, they say they’ll tell you. Right here. I’m not entirely sure I would fill the list with the same items though, if I had written it. Except for number 13: “You don’t have a flat sheet on your bed anymore, just a duvet and cover.” Yup, I’m thoroughly Germanized in that respect.
Erotica at the Frankfurt Book Fair
Apparently Fifty Shades of Grey has everybody clamoring for the stuff.
This is a preview of The Week in Germany: Berlin, Erotica, and Some Other Random Stuff.
First things first: The Kafka Group Read co-hosted by Young Germany and Book Punks…
…is happening right now, and we would love it if you joined us in the discussion. Even if you only read it once, like, 15 years ago and don’t feel like reading it again. You can still stop by and tell us what you remember about it, whether you think you might be up for reading it in German.
I can’t get enough of the castles. Germany is fairytale country.
“In addition to being a place of immense beauty, Baden-Württemberg is home to the Hohenzollern Castle, the former seat of the House of Hohenzollern. This intimidating and majestic castle is in the Swabian Alps, near the town of Bisingen, and is perched on top of a mountain.” Read the entire blog post here.
Geek Mädel will help you with that permanent residency permit.