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.
Star Wars film sets in southwestern Tunisia are sinking into the desert sands. After loyal fans raised funds for their protection, a tourist agency is trying to grab more tourists' attention.
The jury selected 20 titles from a total of 200 to compete for the most prestigious literary award in German-language publishing. On October 9, the best German-language novel will be revealed at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Brutally murdered in 1954 at the age of 11, Brigitte Irrgang was later named a Catholic martyr. Now, over half a century later, her memory is being kept alive with a new, multilingual oratorio.
Cutthroat competition on the open market is just like the class struggle of the Cultural Revolution, says Chinese artist Wang Qingsong. His critical work is now on show in Berlin.
Refugees are learning how to make YouTube clips at a Berlin workshop. The idea is to strengthen the presence of topics such as migration and integration on the Internet platform.
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