Product designer Sten Rasmussen brings high design furniture and interior objects to Prenzlauer Berg.
The Finnish wine bar and bistro, Palsta, offers an exciting fusion of natural organic wines and contemporary Scandinavian cuisine.
Winter isn't just cold and grey, and it surely doesn’t deserve less appreciation than the other seasons. DW shows all the lovely sides of the year's coldest season, and how Scandinavia has learned to embrace it.
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The best places to see the Northern Lights in Europe are in Scandinavia above the Arctic Circle. Finnish photographer Markus Kiili takes amazing pictures of these natural light displays over Lapland.
Within Europe, Scandinavia and Italy are most often credited for innovative design. But a number of design classics have been created in Germany, among them the Wassily club chair and the Wagenfeld lamp.
Our food choices affect the environment around us, but just how much? From Scandinavia to Somalia, we explore different diets around the world and take a closer look at how what we eat impacts the environment — and how the environment influences what we eat.
Andreas Zmuda and Doreen Kröber have seen over 40 countries and incredible sights since embarking on their tour of the world on a flying trike. Next on their list is Scandinavia.
Amid a near-record heatwave, dozens of wildfires are raging in Sweden, threatening towns and causing big problems for a country more used to battling with snow. Meteorologists warn that with climate change such dry weather could become the new norm.
This is a time of year when many people are pulling on their hiking boots and heading out into the wilds. But where you are allowed to go and what you are allowed to do when you get there depends very much on which country you live in. John Laurenson sent us this postcard from Sweden where - like elsewhere in Scandinavia - the right to roam has become an integral part of national identity.
All over Europe, people celebrate Midsummer's Day, set on June 24 in Germany. The summer solstice already played an important role in ancient traditions and customs, from Scandinavia to Spain.
It looks like a flying motorbike but in fact it's a microlight airplane. Pilots Andreas Zmuda and Doreen Kröber have visited 41 countries in the past five years and are out to set a world record.
eSports, a form of competitive video gaming, are a high-intensity affair. But are eSports actual sports? Scandinavia's schools are increasingly answering "Yes."
A wristband to stop depression, another that zaps you straight, eSports in the classroom in Scandinavia, France battles a Lyme disease "epidemic," and citizen scientists hunt for treasure in South Africa.
The Full Metal Cruise takes passengers on trips from Germany to Scandinavia and back. Awaiting them on board are a series of live concerts and a variety of other treats for fans of heavy metal.
Far-right groups in Sweden and other Scandinavian countries are gaining ground. There are growing calls from their ranks for a Nordic revolution. And they are not afraid to use violence to support these racist views.
Sherin Khankan is the daughter of a Christian and a Muslim. In 2016 she founded a mosque in central Copenhagen. She wants to challenge the view of Islam as a religion that hates non-believers and combat Islamophobia.
Köttbullar, Sweden’s take on the humble meatball, are a cult. They appear in Astrid Lindgren’s books and the Muppet Show, while IKEA has made their popularity rocket around the world.
Automotive visions from Asia, new concepts of vehicle construction from Scandinavia – Drive It! presents the latest developments from around the world.
In 1992, the remains of two children were discovered under a cathedral in Frankfurt. One was bedecked in jewels, the other cremated. Archaeologists now say they've linked them to Scandinavia and maybe even Charlemagne.
Less than two weeks before elections in Denmark, some Muslim candidates claim they're being intimidated by extreme Islamists. Free expression campaigners say those making the threats have been encouraged by their success in intimidating cartoonists and newspapers. But Malcolm Brabant reports from Copenhagen that some of the staunchest defenders of free speech are newcomers to Scandinavia.
Leading US official Ira Forman says the biggest anti-Semitic threat in Europe currently comes from a small minority of violent Muslims. He made his remarks while touring Scandinavia in the wake of the shootings in Copenhagen. Some Muslims have tried to mend bridges with a display of solidarity with Jews outside the synagogue where the shooting occured. Malcolm Brabant reports.
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