After the last remaining pub in Brielen, a village in western Belgium, closed down, the pastor of the local church had an idea. He allowed a pub to be opened inside the church after services.
Some 45 million Americans have German roots, but not much can be seen beyond the Brauhaus and Oktoberfest. Why? For German-American Day, we tracked down what led Germans to land in the US — and how they left their mark.
Carnival starts in Cologne's streets on Thursday and as always, it will draw thousands of revelers. If you follow the wise articles of Cologne's "Basic Law," you, too, can enjoy what people there call the "fifth season."
The UNESCO World Heritage city of Bruges is known for making visitors redefine their concepts of romance and tranquility. DW's Eesha Kheny took a trip to northwestern Belgium to experience this magic in person.
Sourced from areas most affected by global warming, Brewdog's Make Earth Great Again "protest" beer promises to promote climate change awareness. But is it enough to bring about policy change?
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