From mulled wine to Advent calendars, people come from all over the world to experience Christmas in Germany - with or without snow. See for yourself with these articles and picture galleries.
With the holidays just around the corner, it's time to haul out the decorations and dust off the fairy lights. Europe's boulevards twinkle under a sea of lights. The joy of Christmas is upon us once again! (02.12.2015)
All over Germany there are traditional specialties on offer which you can only get during Advent. From classical treats like gingerbread all the way to home-baked Christmas cookies. (27.11.2015)
A new Christmas ad from German grocery chain Edeka has gone viral. Edeka's holiday commercial reminds people of the important things in life in a tragic piece of storytelling. Reactions all over the world are mixed. (30.11.2015)
Eat one, eat them all! This is a German Christmas word you won't be able to resist. (01.12.2015)
Germany is full of traditions celebrated throughout the year, but autumn has its own special brand of festivities celebrating harvest, light, liberty and luck to warm up a season heading into darkness.
It seems Germany practically invented Christmas - or at least many of the symbols associated with it. While we don't like to start thinking about it in the summer, the cookie bakers and tree growers have to.
Christmas is around the corner, and the countdown starts weeks ahead of time with Advent. Here's how you can't miss it in Germany.
New crew, new starship, new adventures: "Star Trek: Discovery" comes more than 50 years after the original series debuted on TV. Here's a look back at how it became so successful.
It's Banned Books Week: From "Harry Potter" to "The Alchemist," here are popular works that have faced censorship somewhere in the world. Even the dictionary hasn't been spared.
Some artists seem to not be content being successful in only one area. Especially among pop musicians, it seems to be fairly common for them to paint as well as to pursue their music. One such artist is Paul McCartney.
Indonesia's disaster agency says more than 75,000 people have fled
the Mount Agung volcano on the tourist island of Bali because of
fears of an eruption.
Top classical musicians show their support for a united Europe at a special benefit concert at the Radialsystem in Berlin. Sarah Willis is passionate about the message of this newly formed group, Musicians4UnitedEurope.
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