Germany, home to roughly 80 million people, has a vibrant cultural scene.
This is a collection of DW's latest content related to the art scene.
A British special effects artist created a Batman suit that secured him a spot in the Guiness Book of World Records. Painter David Hockney at the Frankfurt Book Fair. And: 300 years of Chianti wine.
Unspoiled grasslands and wetlands, picturesque towns and sandy beaches: that's the Camargue in southern France. The region is part of UNESCO's network of world biosphere reserves.
Alejandro Romero and Daniel Vivanco have sent us a video they made of the historical center of their home city.
Check-in viewer Butch Barksdale shows us the loveliest spots and best restaurants in his home town, Charlotte, North Carolina.
Tübingen can best be explored on a traditional punt. It boasts one of Europe's oldest universities in its picturesque center. Then as now, Tübingen is very popular with students.
Film backdrop, day-trip destination and ancestral home of the Hohenzollern dynasty: like a vision from days of chivalry, this Neo-Gothic castle sits on a bluff above the Swabian Alb. We drop by for a visit.
Frankfurt is one of Europe's most thrilling cultural hotspots! Goethe was born here. Just like Germany's democracy. And some of the world's most influential museum curators call Frankfurt their home, as well.
No one knows the publishing industry better than Felicitas von Lovenberg, literary critic and now manager of Piper publishing house. We met her at the Frankfurt Book Fair to discuss the ins and outs of the business.
This year's Frankfurt Book Fair has one and a half Guests of Honor – The Netherlands and the adjacent Belgian region Flanders. We visited the authors in Amsterdam and Antwerp.
A Frankfurt Book Fair special: we meet courageous authors and publishers and present fascinating books and award winners. And reflect on this year's Guest of Honor.
In his new autobiography, "Not Dead Yet," Phil Collins reveals how alcohol consumed him over the past decade. But now he's back on stage, with a dozen concerts planned next summer.
'Death in Venice','The Tin Drum’ and ‘Perfume' - which film adaptations hit the mark and which ones didn't? We take a look at the movie versions of five high-caliber German novels.
The book "The Dogs of Venice" offers an original perspective of the romantic Italian city through photos of its real inhabitants with their four-legged friends.
Wilhelm Hauff's fairy tale 'Heart of Stone' was has been made into a film nine times! Director Johannes Naber's latest version is highly contemporary.
To mark the Frankfurt Book Fair, our KINO Special zooms in on literary film adaptations.
The photography book "The Dogs of Venice" explores the romantic Italian city through an unusual perspective: its elegant and extravagant dogs. Here are 10 of them.
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