The village of Owen in the Swabian Alb is a center of whisky-making - it's home to just 3000 residents and 29 distilleries. Every year, it draws tourists who come to try out the 'Whisky Walk.'
Berlin may be the biggest, hippest city in Germany, but where cycling is concerned, the much smaller university city of Münster is the real metropolis. DW's Jefferson Chase went there to pick up tips on ecomobility.
Brexit prompted Gary Blackburn to open "Little Britain," a whimsical exhibition of Britannia high above the Rhine. It was to be a place where Germans and Britons could come together. The local council wants it gone.
Germany's embarrassing World Cup exit cost them dearly in the FIFA rankings, hitting their lowest ebb in more than 12 years. World champions France topped the charts for the first time in 16 years.
A group of Berlin residents has discovered a 20-meter section of the Berlin Wall near the seat of Germany's BND intelligence agency. Officials announced the discovery as Berlin commemorates the wall's victims.
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