German artist Albrecht Dürer lived from 1471 to 1528 in Nuremberg. His work as a painter, engraver, mathematician and theorist had a major influence on the development of European art - and now his house is once again open to visitors.
Goldsmith, painter, printmaker and theorist of the German Renaissance, Albrecht Dürer left behind a wealth of engravings, portraits and watercolors. His home and studio are now a museum dedicated to his life and work.
Avoid the stress of foreign travel and the perils of too much sun! Instead, get yourself to a museum. An exhibition in Berlin is currently showcasing depictions of travel by artists from Albrecht Duerer to Paul Gauguin.
DW launched a new talk-music show on November 3: Night Grooves. It starts off with a world premiere involving American pop singer Anastacia and Austrian drag queen singer Conchita.
Germany's Bundestag has chosen outgoing Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble to be its parliamentary president, or speaker. Accepting the post, Schäuble stressed the need to maintain mutual "respect" amid heated debates.
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