No city represents the drastic transformation in Germany over the last 25 years better than Berlin - especially its architecture. DW takes a look at how, after the fall of the Wall, some of the city's famous landmarks received a new look.
A synagogue in one of the German capital's most Muslim neighborhoods and a Jewish trade school are two projects Berlin is pursuing in an attempt to counteract growing anti-Semitism. But will they change anything?
Many ties link Germany and Romania, and now the eastern European country is guest of honor at the Leipzig Book Fair. While corruption affects its developing economy, Romania's rich cultural scene offers reasons to hope.
Urban experiment Berlin: Germany’s capital reinvented itself architecturally after the fall of the Wall. Architects David Chipperfield, Daniel Libeskind and curator Kristin Feireiss were salient figures in that process.
British architect Norman Foster has been chosen to preside over a project to extend Spain's most famous art gallery. Foster will be tasked with renovating a destroyed former palace that lies next to the Prado Museum.
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