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Severely wounded Ukrainian soldiers are being treated in German hospitals. Also: Germany's queer community is demanding that the Catholic Church accept their sexual identities.
Every day some 500 Ukrainian soldiers are wounded in the war against the Russian army. Some of them are sent to hospitals in other countries. DW visited a Ukrainian soldier being treated in the German city of Aachen.
More cities around the world are threatened by intense rainfall. Scientists in Aachen, Germany, developed a smart radar system that can predict earlier and more precisely when it will rain. It could be used anywhere.
Heavy rains are set to threaten more cities more frequently. Scientists in the German city of Aachen have developed a rain radar to acquire information about upcoming rainfall earlier and more precisely.
German car enthusiasts are keen to continue driving at high velocity. But many people, especially in cities, support imposing speed limits to help mitigate climate change.
Engineering professor Günther Schuh claims to have developed one of the most sustainable e-cars in the world. But can he prevail on Germany's super competitive car market?
Everyone needs portable power for smart phones, robot lawnmowers, kitchen scales and e-bikes. So it's no wonder that the 2019 Nobel Prize for Chemistry went to the inventor of rechargeable, lithium-ion batteries.
Can scientists from RWTH Aachen University reinvent the world of mobility? Why are the professors there trying their hand at business? And can Professor Schuh’s electric cars really save the world?
Scientists at Aachen University in Germany are trying to reinvent mobility with new visions for urban transport. Günther Schuh is one of the scientists looking at how electric mobility could shape the world.
Haithabu and Danewerk are among the best preserved Viking sites in the world. In 2018 they were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Let's fly you there!
The Wadden Sea with its unique ecosystem has been a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site since 2009. Let's fly you to the largest continuous tidal mudflat landscape in the world.
The cathedral is Cologne's landmark - and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996. Our drone takes flight over this masterpiece of Gothic architecture.
The Erz mountains have been shaped by the mining industry. Silver, tin and uranium were already mined here over 800 years ago. Our drone flies into the unique mountainous cultural landscape, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2019.
Once the Romans lived in one of the oldest cities in Germany: the Roman and early Christian buildings in Trier were included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1986. Let us show them to you from a drone's perspective.
The oldest pieces of mobile art in the world were found in caves in the Swabian Alb. Six caves from the Ice Age have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2017. Our drone will fly you there!
The Würzburg Residenz is one of the most important palaces of the baroque era. Our drone will show you this World Heritage Site in Bavaria from a bird's eye view.
Quedlinburg is famous for its many historic timber-framed houses. UNESCO declared the old town, the collegiate church and the castle a World Heritage Site in 1994. A city straight out of a fairy tale.
Following in the footsteps of the Romans: The Upper Germanic-Raetian Limes is part of the UNESCO World Heritage "Frontiers of the Roman Empire". Fly with us along the old border fortifications.
The medieval Imperial and St. Mary's Cathedral in Speyer is the largest Romanesque church in the world! Our drone shows you the UNESCO World Heritage Site from a bird's eye view.
World Cultural Heritage at Lake Constance: Let our drone show you prehistoric pile dwellings from the Stone and Bronze Age.
Poets like Goethe and Schiller made Weimar a cultural center of Europe at the end of the 18th century. Even today many places are a reminder of this era. Let us show you the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Classical Weimar" from the perspective of a drone.
The former imperial city of Goslar is located in the middle of the Harz Mountains. The old town with its timber-framed houses and the nearby Rammelsberg mine are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Come fly there with us!
The ensemble of Prussian palaces and parks of Berlin and Postdam is an architectural and scenic masterpiece. Our drone will take you to the UNESCO World Heritage Site - including Sanssouci Palace!
The monastery Corvey was founded in 822 by French Benedictine monks on the Weser river. It was once one of the most important monasteries in the Middle Ages and it is now a World Heritage Site. Let us take you on a journey through time!
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