Neon signs with a retro look are making a comeback in the Polish capital. Old-style signs are popping up around the city - and communist era relics are now treasured in a Warsaw museum.
Twenty years after signing a global agreement to return art looted by the Nazis, Germany is accused of doing "far too little." The Berlin government recently tripled its funding for the ownership analysis of paintings.
A fellow artist leaned in to read more about the three rotating sculptures and caused one to topple and break. The woman behind the work said she hopes the man's insurance will cover the damages.
Visitors to the antiquities museum will be the first in seven years to view classical and Islamic treasures. The building was closed and the artefacts removed when Syria's civil war came close to the capital.
On the Weimar era centennial, a retrospective of silent movies from a time of great creativity and innovation is featured at the German Historical Museum. Curator Philipp Stiasny told DW why the films remain so modern.
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