Weimar is a city in the central German state of Thuringia. It has played a very important role in the history and cultural heritage of Germany. Here you can find an automatic compilation of DW content on Weimar.
Along with neighboring Erfurt and Jena, Weimar forms part of Thuringia's most populous center. The city was a focal point of German Enlightenment, with the likes of Goethe and Schiller as well as Franz Liszt being based there. The Bauhaus architectural movement was founded in the city. Germany's first democratic constitution was signed in the city after the First Wolrd War, and the period between 1918 and 1933 was known as the Weimar Republic in the country.
The stage was already set up for a white supremacist rock concert in Thuringia, but organizers were forced to move after an access road was blocked. Police still expect thousands of neo-Nazis to attend the two-day event.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is seeking to reform the so-called "Weimar Triangle" of Germany, Poland and France. Maas told Warsaw officials that eastern EU states should take a leading role in Brussels.
Ahead of the Bauhaus centenary in 2019, an ambitious global exhibition titled "Bauhaus Imaginista" looks at the impact of the famed design school. Curator Marion von Osten spoke to DW about the aims of the show.