Wine tasting
German Semester on 21/12/2020

Wine tasting

The German Cultural Semester organised an online wine tasting with the presentation of “The German Wine-growing Culture”.

Kugelbake
Friedhelm Schulz on 18/12/2020

Kugelbake

The historical & last navigation sign at the end of river ELBE

Erzgebirge - a synonym for craftsmanship
Heidrun Strobl on 14/12/2020

Erzgebirge - a synonym for craftsmanship

The ‘Erzgebirge’ (ore mountains), a low mountain range is located in the south of the free state of Saxony on the border to the Czech Republic.

The Landshut - A Symbol of Memory to the victims of terrorist assaults
Friedhelm Schulz on 27/11/2020

The Landshut - A Symbol of Memory to the victims of terrorist assaults

As humans we prefer to present the bright side of life, but to show the complexity of Germany every aspect of history must be shown. As November is inherently a grey period, this month in Germany is in various ways dedicated to mourning, to memorize grief and loss.

Heinz Reist Summer Trip
Jutta Thielen-del Pozo on 12/11/2020

Heinz Reist Summer Trip

This August I made a trip to Saar-Hunsrück Naturpark – Saarschleife – Trier – Meeting my cousin from the VG Orchester Saarburg-Kell (as well as the mayor of the city of Saarburg and the president of the VG Orchester Saarburg-Kell)

Heinz Reist in Ingolstadt
Evi Rauscher on 06/11/2020

Heinz Reist in Ingolstadt

My friends Evi & Hubert took me on a long trip via San Bernardino Pass to Bavaria.

Wineregion: Saale-Unstrut
Heidrun Strobl on 22/10/2020

Wineregion: Saale-Unstrut

When we talk about German wine regions, what comes to mind first? Mosel, Rhein-Hessen, Pfalz perhaps? Or Franken with its Boxbeutel?

Fischland-Darß
Ute Stips on 05/10/2020

Fischland-Darß

Fischland-Darß-Zingst is a 45 km long peninsula on the Baltic Sea between Rostock and Stralsund. It is part of the third-largest national park of Germany, the Western Pomerania Lagoon Area National Park.

Brocken
Friedhelm Schulz on 18/09/2020

Brocken

Position, Position of the Photograph & Weblink

Heinz Reist in Tübingen
Angela Stilianakis on 17/09/2020

Heinz Reist in Tübingen

Maybe you cannot see me immediately on the next photo because, rightly so, you focus on the impressive big old tower.

The Aachen Cathedral
Jürgen Sokull & Friedhelm Schulz on 04/09/2020

The Aachen Cathedral

The Aachen Cathedral with its Carolingian octagon was the first UNESCO world heritage in Germany and is the most important landmark of the city of Aachen.

Aachen
Jürgen Sokull on 04/09/2020

Aachen

Aquisgranum – Aquisgrana – Aken – Aix-la-Chapelle

Frankfurt am Main and its skyline
Michael Lutz & Friedhelm Schulz on 21/08/2020

Frankfurt am Main and its skyline

Frankfurt (am Main) is a city of contrasts. Wealthy bankers, students, hipsters and greenies coexist in a city that has some of the highest, most avant-garde skyscrapers of Europe (for whom it is often called Main-hattan) next to well maintained old buildings.