On Aug. 13, 1961, East German workers began erecting the infamous Berlin Wall, which would separate the city in two halves for more than 28 years. Take a look at what's left of the wall nearly two decades after its fall.
Check out DW-WORLD.DE's special coverage of the former German-German border.
For 28 years, Berliners dreamed of tearing down the Wall. Now, the largest remaining stretch of it is to be touched up to preserve art works against weather damage and vandalism. But how long can it stay spic and span? (06.08.2008)
Take a look at Berlin's official Web site, which has an extensive section in English on the Berlin Wall.
More information on Berlin's new GPS-based, interactive guide that let's visitors explore the remains of the wall.
Several household items created in East Germany have turned into nostalgic collectibles. An exhibition in Berlin explores how these objects were designed. Some of them are surprisingly indestructible.
The new exhibition "Unveiled. Berlin and its monuments" shows statues that were kept hidden from the public for ages. As symbols of Germany's troubled history, they can now tell their story once more.
Fifty years ago, several films produced in East Germany were shelved by the country's authorities. Now digitally restored, the Berlinale will present a retrospective of these once forbidden movies.
Refugees in Berlin are now doing a tour - a chance for Berliners to understand how the 50,000 newcomers see the city.
Gauck's call to the EU comes as new stats show the number of refugees arriving in Germany remained low throughout April.
Leicester City have clinched their first-ever Premier League title in one of the biggest surprises in the sport. They were crowned champions thanks to Tottenham's draw with Chelsea on Monday evening.
Billed as a decisive relegation six-pointer, Werder Bremen trounced Stuttgart, scoring six times to move out of the bottom three. Fin Bartels netted a brace, while Levin Öztunali turned the game in favor of the hosts.
The EU Commission might make concessions to Ankara on visa-free travel to save the migrant deal. Is the EU about to make an uneasy compromise that would erode its refugee pact with Turkey?
Once again, the re:publica in Berlin has opened its doors to visitors from across the globe. DW's Malte Rohwer-Kahlmann was on the ground for us to report from the Internet event in its 10th year.
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