We take a walk around Berlin's Glienicker Park, which the Prussian landscape artist Peter Joseph Lenné created 200 years ago.
A Berlin architect has converted an old factory building into a home for himself with as little effort as possible. He calls the project the AntiVilla and underlines his reputation as an architectural enfant terrible.
From Sanssouci to the Berlin Zoo and Peacock Island, Peter J. Lenné's green thumb and eye for design has left its mark across Germany. Even 150 years after his death, his masterpiece gardens live on.
Berlin would not be as green were it not for Peter J. Lenné, the landscape architect and former general director of the Royal Gardens at Sanssouci who beautified the Prussian capital and renewed Potsdam as a garden city.
Berlin Babylon is the most expensive series in German TV history to date and it's set to be a hit! Tom Tykwer and his team have brought the Golden 1920’s in Berlin to life - in the finest detail.
Washington Post reporter Souad Mekhennet writes on Islamist terrorism. She’s travelled extensively and met some of the world's most wanted men. She tries to explain what motivates them, as well as to mediate between the West and the Muslim world.
Young South African jazz musicians are raising their voices against corruption and oppression. They want to free the country of the trauma of apartheid.
Cape Town’s Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art (Mocaa), which opened in September, is the largest institution of its kind on the continent. It gives Africans a major platform to present their art where it was created.
Thousands of social media users have been breaking the silence around the culture of sexual abuse, with international versions of the #MeToo hashtag going one step further. Here are some of the celebrities who reacted.
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