Bonn is preparing for Beethoven's 250th anniversary in 2020. Check-in presenter Lukas Stege explores the city where Beethoven was born, and learns about the life of the famous composer.
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Lukas Stege practices windsurfing and explores the ways that locals are trying to counteract overtourism on Sylt. He also visits the last migrating sand dunes in Germany.
Echoing Beethoven's humanistic spirit, the musical project "1001 Measures between Bonn and Babylon" fosters dialogue between Eastern and Western traditions.
The move marks the first ever UNESCO recognition of Jewish cultural heritage in Germany. A stretch of the Roman military border, the Limes, also received recognition.
Germany is in shock. Days of heavy rain caused several rivers to burst their banks, flooding entire towns and villages. More than 160 people lost their lives.
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