Tamsin Walker ponders what life is like for Berlin's older residents – and if she'll hold out in the city long enough to find out for herself.
An new exhibition in Berlin shows how Jews, Christians and Muslims exchanged knowledge throughout the Middle Ages and preserved ancient scientific knowledge for later generations.
Berlin might be seen as a place for the young, but it is also a place of the old(er). Tamsin Walker has been exploring what it might feel like to gently age in the German capital.
Although Tokyo topped the list, Monocle magazine's editor-in-chief Tyler Brûlé tells DW why German cities like Berlin and Munich made the annual Quality of Life Survey global ranking from 2017.
Berlin is known for its diverse restaurant scene. But as DW's Rachel Stern reports, hybrid, fusion and crossover restaurants don't always receive a warm welcome - often for political reasons.
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