Heads up! Your food could be on its way via a rollercoaster. That is, if you're a guest at one restaurant in the northern German town of Harburg, where orders are placed on a touch screen and the food is served in no time.
A row is stirring over a planned public-private memorial in Hamburg's luxury quarter. Relatives of people tortured by the Nazis there have protested commemoration plans put forward by the city and the private investors.
From chocolate hearts to leather seats, Air Berlin fans have thousands of items to bid on. The items are expected to have cult status among collectors, according to the auction house's managing director.
In Vienna's roller coaster restaurant, food and drinks have to loop the loop and defy gravity. That's because all the dishes are delivered to the tables via roller coaster. Robots mix the drinks.
The Elbphilharmonie concert house opened on January 11, 2017. Since then tourists and locals have been enjoying the sounds and views of Hamburg's latest landmark.
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