Brandenburg boasts magnificent palaces, medieval town centers and plenty for nature-lovers.
Berlin's public transport company has launched a campaign to be listed as a World Heritage site. Kate Ferguson explains why it deserves to be in the same league as Machu Picchu and the Taj Mahal.
Alexander von Humboldt is known throughout Germany and South America. But when DW's Timothy Rooks first encountered him he had no idea what a Humboldt was. Searching for answers led him on a 15-year journey of discovery.
The division of Berlin until the fall of the Wall in 1989 meant that many things in the city were doubled: two zoos, two television towers, two main avenues. To the delight of tourists, they are still there today!
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