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24. March 2017

Photo Friday: Leipzig Book Fair

Wortmeisterschaft auf der Leipziger Buchmesse (photo: Fanny Streyer) More about the Leipziger Book Fair on

6. January 2017

Photo Friday: Bicycle City Münster

The undisputed bike capital of Germany, Muenster, in Westfalen, is home to twice as many bikes as inhabitants, or 500,000. More than 100,000 Muenster residents use their bicycles for transport every day, due in large part to the city’s exemplary bike path network.

11. November 2016

Photo Friday: The U.S. Presidential Elections

Zeitungen mit Titeln zur US-Wahl und dem Sieg von Donald Trump. Foto: Oliver Berg, dpa/pa Germany reacts to the U.S. presidential election. The Bavarian Minister for Europe …

4. November 2016

Photo Friday: Germany’s longest Suspension Bridge

Geierlay: Germany’s longest hanging rope bridge – in the middle of the Hunsrück mountain range. More information:

24. June 2016

Photo Friday: EURO 2016

FUSSBALL STORIES Pop art exhibition and mini football field: the German Embassy in Paris invites the French people and international football fans to experience a taste of …

17. June 2016

Photo Friday: 25th anniversary of the German-Polish Treaty of Good Neighbourship

Summer has begun at the Baltic See (Foto: Setfan Sauer, dpa) near the Polish city Świnoujście (German: Swinemünde). 17 June 2016 marks the 25th anniversary of the …

20. May 2016

Photo Friday: English Garden in Munich

The beer garden season has arrived…    

6. May 2016

Photo Friday: Asian Development Bank’s Annual Meeting in Frankfurt

49th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB), held in Frankfurt, Germany, from 2 to 5 May 2016. 4 May 2016. …

11. December 2015

Photo Friday: Nuremberg

The Christkindlesmarkt (Christmas Market) in Nuremberg, photo: Daniel Karmann, dpa/picture-alliance Nürnberger Christkindlesmarkt, photo: Daniel Karmann, dpa/picture-alliance The more than 1,000 year-old city of Nuremberg is a …

4. December 2015

Photo Friday: Hanover

Hanover, on the River Leine, is the capital of the federal state of Lower Saxony. It’s population of more tha 500,000 makes it Germany’s thirteenth largest …

27. November 2015

Photo Friday: Regensburg

Foto: dpa/picture-alliance Regensburg is a 140,000-strong city at the confluence of the Danube, Naab and Regen rivers in southeastern Germany. The medieval centre of the city …

13. November 2015

Photo Friday: Aachen

Photo: dpa/picture-alliance Aachen, situated directly on the border with Belgium and the Netherlands, is Germany’s most westerly city, with a population of approximately  250,000. The spa …

6. November 2015

Photo Friday: the German Football Museum in Dortmund

The German football museum in Dortmund, photo: Maja Hitij/dpa Dortmund, which sits in North Rhine-Westphalia, is the 8th largest city in Germany and home to many …

30. October 2015

Photo Friday: The Hanseatic City of Bremen

The historic market place in Bremen, Photo: Ingo Wagner/dpa ‘The Bremen Town Musicians’ in Bremen, photo: Ingo Wagner/dpa The second most populous town in northern Germany, …