Citizens from the EU debate on the future of the Union, 21.03.2017. On the one hand, they should learn how the EU works in Brussels and, on the other hand, bring MEPs into contact with people from everyday life. (Photo: Jan-nikolas Picker / dpa)
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: [...]
All large ships arriving or departing from Hamburg’s harbour pass by Wedel’s Willkomm-Höft and are greeted acoustically with their own national anthem and in their native language. Willkomm-Höft is even registered in the ships’ charts, and is known around the world. The greeting captains at the Schulau ferry station also convey additional information about the [...]
Wordless Wednesday King Willem-Alexander of Holland and King Philippe of Belgium join the opening celebration of the Frankfurt Book Fair 2016 on October 18th. Learn more here: frankfurt2016.com King Willem-Alexander of Holland and King Philippe of Belgium join the opening celebration of the Frankfurt Book Fair 2016 on October 18th, photo: Frank Rumpenhorst/dpa [...]
Photo: Julia Stoschek Collection Berlin, WELT AM DRAHT, Installationsansicht/ Installation view, photo: Simon Vogel At a whole host of venues dotted around the German capital, the fifth Berlin Art Week will be showcasing the latest works of national and international artists who play with different art forms. Akademie der Künste, Am Ende des Tunnels [...]
Summertime at the Olympic Park "Olympiapark" in Munich Olympiapark, München Summer 2016 More information: www.olympiapark.de
Wordless Wednesday Today is International Kissing Day or World Kiss Day! The idea behind the International Kissing Day is that many people may have forgotten the simple pleasures associated with kissing for kissing's sake, as opposed to kissing as mere social formality or prelude to other activities.