Everything has pride of place in one of the 400 repurposed fruit crates. At "s' Fachl" in the heart of Vienna, any budding entrepreneur can set up shop by renting a crate for just ten euros a week.
Come rain or shine, in cities or villages: All over Germany, people are manning info stands, ringing doorbells and otherwise drawing attention to the party they favor. DW's Silke Wünsch met those unsung campaigners.
Germany has all sorts of autumn festivities to warm up a season entering darkness. The traditions and rituals evolve around harvest, light, liberty and luck. View the picture gallery to find out more.
Shoes, dresses, jewelry, but also a cigarette lighter that once belonged to Hollywood star and fashion icon Audrey Hepburn can be purchased online at Christie's starting today.
As the German election approaches, how are film and TV portraying the political times? Unlike in the US, where the political series "House of Cards" is a household name, Germany is slow to dramatize political life.
During his exile, Thomas Mann lived in a villa on the edge of Los Angeles. To honor its history, the German government purchased the house, which is now home to a residency program for outstanding cultural influencers.
Overcoming boundaries with music – The Beethoven Festival’s Campus Project makes it possible! This time it brings young musicians from Germany and Ukraine together. The climax: the world premiere of a composition commissioned by DW.
Konga, Skyfall, Toboggan, and the Ferris Wheel - they all have one purpose: a "Riesen Gaudi" - gigantic fun. Along with drinking beer in the festival tent, the rides are traditional attractions at the Oktoberfest.
Join Sarah Willis for some of the highlights from the opening weekend of the 2017 Beethovenfest in Bonn featuring, of course, Bonn´s most famous resident, Ludwig van Beethoven, who can be found simply everywhere!
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