Stuttgart in southern Germany is multifaceted. This economic hub is home to some 600 thousand residents. It is an industrial center but also home to many parks and cultural activities.
In the 12 months leading up to the next World Cup Antionio Rüdiger has quietly climbed up the pecking order among German defenders. He spoke to DW about his role and his aspirations ahead of 2018 in Russia.
Stuttgart's Chadrac Akolo is off to a flying start in the Bundesliga. The Democratic Republic of Congo international has come a long way since arriving in Switzerland as a refugee at the age of 14.
Formerly a noble residence, today a university - the Electoral Palace in Bonn.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip on their 70th anniversary. Plus: a tour of Belfast and a Swiss fondue chalet in central Berlin.
Belfast is the birthplace of the Titanic and a host of other attractions. For years, the Northern Ireland conflict known as 'the Troubles' kept visitors at bay. Tourism has picked up since the 1998 peace deal.
Ex-publisher Christoph Müller of Stuttgart gifts works of art to museums on a regular basis. His contributions to Schwerin‘s State Museum total nearly 30 million euros. What drives patrons to donate fortunes to the arts?
Some things taste best when it’s cold out – especially during the holiday season. The 'Schwarze Heidi' fondue chalet in Berlin is only open from November to February, when guests cram in to enjoy a classic Swiss fondue.
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