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Germany, home to roughly 80 million people, has a vibrant cultural scene.
This is a collection of DW's latest content related to the art scene.
After their visas were rejected, Cameroonian researchers may only participate online in a colonial looted art workshop organized by Munich's ethnological Museum Fünf Kontinente.
There are strange placenames around the world. A village in Wales is even called: „Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch“. We want to know what the most unusual placename is that you have heard of?
Could Hitler have been stopped in 1938? A Netflix production starring Jeremy Irons as former British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain explores the question.
A new novel putting the spotlight on German football star Bastian "Basti" Schweinsteiger is coming out. Many other books focus on the popular sport.
Germany's islands are popular summer holiday destinations, yet there's plenty to explore in winter, too. DW presents a selection of island winter wonderlands, from Rügen to Mainau.
Meat Loaf, the singer best known for the "Bat Out of Hell" album and the song "I'd Do Anything for Love," has died at the age of 74. He also appeared in more than 50 films and TV shows.
A 19-year-old has become the youngest woman to complete a round-the-world journey by plane on her own. She completed the trip in five months despite several obstacles.
Devil or fool? Several churches have stained-glass windows portraying Adolf Hitler. Who were the artists and what are the artworks all about?
Two books, the covers of Vogue and TIME, a Super Bowl debut, and a 2036 presidential bid backed by Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton. This poet has been busy.
Hardy Krüger, who has died at age 93, rose to world fame after World War II, but he had his beginnings in Nazi-era propaganda films.
Famed museums and Amsterdam's concert hall offered haircuts and manicures, as the cultural sector protested lockdown measures that allow shops, hairdressers and gyms to open — but not cultural venues.
He had attended an elite Nazi school, but after the war, he became a film star and an outspoken opponent of far-right violence. He has died at the age of 93.
In 1942, Nazi leaders met in a villa to plan the Holocaust: 80 years after the Wannsee Conference, the memorial center's director Deborah Hartmann still sees links with today's society.
Charlotte Gainsbourg, Juliette Binoche, Isabelle Huppert and Nick Cave are just some of the stars in the lineup. But, with rising COVID-19 infections, the Berlin International Film Festival isn't about to party.
Indonesian collective Ruangrupa, curators of the world-famous contemporary art show, refute accusations of antisemitism. The pandemic is also making planning difficult.
On January 20, 1942, leading figures in the Nazi state apparatus met at the Wannsee villa in Berlin for the infamous Wannsee Conference. It was the prelude to the largest, bureaucratically planned, industrial mass murder in history.
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