In addition to the multimedia special and the Euromaxx series of the same name, Planet Berlin is also available as a book – a collaboration with Tip Berlin publishers.
People from over 190 countries live and work in Berlin. A number of them told Euromaxx about their love for the German capital. One is native Berliner Dietmar Arnold.
We asked the people whose ideas have helped shape the city about their favorite places in Berlin. From a night out to shopping and green oases, here's their insider tips for the most exciting city in Germany.
Product designer Sten Rasmussen brings high design furniture and interior objects to Prenzlauer Berg.
Jesus is a social revolutionary striking against the exploitation of refugees in the film project "The New Gospel," by Swiss director Milo Rau. Here's what the political activist's "Revolt of Dignity" looks like.
Every year on November 15, PEN International highlights the cases of five writers who've been harassed for their work. This year: Lydia Cacho, Stella Nyanzi, Nedim Türfent, Galal El-Behairy and Shakthika Sathkumara.
"I was the official enemy of the East German state," says German rock legend Udo Lindenberg. Since the 1970s, he’d opposed the Berlin Wall through his work and actions. Arts.21 spoke to him about his commitment to East Germans and about his music.
With Martin Kippenberger, nothing was private. His life was art: intense, loud and excessive. All of his work carried biographic traces. An exhibition at the Bonn Bundeskunsthalle showcases his work.
After US President Trump told Turkish counterpart Erdogan in a letter "not to be a fool" or a "tough guy" on Syria, Hillary Clinton mocked Trump by tweeting a fake diplomatic missive by J. F. Kennedy.
© 2019 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version