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A Passion for Film: Three Berlinale Talents -- What do these three young, female filmmakers have in common? We meet Inés Moldavsky from Israel, Diana Saqeb Jamel from Afghanistan and Laurentia Genske from Germany - three participants in the initiative Berlinale Talents.

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COVID Travel Diaries: On tour in Germany in times of coronavirus -- On July 7, DW journalists Emily Gordine and Olivera Zivkovic embarked on a two-week tour of Germany by camper. Take part virtually and find out more about the country during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Traveling to Germany: Questions and answers -- Travel warnings, risk areas, quarantine requirements: For many of our readers, the entry regulations for Germany remain confusing. Here are a few answers to the most important questions.

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What street food is typical in your region? -- Everywhere in the world, there are delightful little snacks – tasty and ready to go. In Copenhagen, even some street food is prepared by star chefs. What is a typical street food snack in your part of the world?

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Tom Hanks' 'Greyhound' reflects COVID-19's impact on the film industry -- Coronavirus restrictions have hit the film industry hard. The most recent Tom Hanks film will not be released in movie theaters. What about the upcoming James Bond?

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COVID Travel Diaries: A road trip through Germany -- We, Emily Gordine and Olivera Zivkovic from DW, are going on a two-week camping tour through Germany and want to find out what it is like to travel during the coronavirus pandemic. Read our daily updates here.

4 days ago

Quedlinburg -- Quedlinburg is famous for its many historic timber-framed houses. UNESCO declared the old town, the collegiate church and the castle a World Heritage Site in 1994. A city straight out of a fairy tale.

13 days ago

Museum, church or mosque? The Hagia Sophia in Istanbul -- The Hagia Sophia, with its massive dome and four minarets, is nearly 1,500 years old. Turkey's top court has now paved the way for the museum to be reconverted to a mosque.

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A Baltic Sea holiday despite COVID-19 -- What does it feel like to holiday with COVID-19 measures in place? Whether at the beach, in a restaurant, or at a hotel? Check-in host Lukas Stege goes to Warnemünde to find out.

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Borders of the Roman Empire -- Following in the footsteps of the Romans: The Upper Germanic-Raetian Limes is part of the UNESCO World Heritage "Frontiers of the Roman Empire". Fly with us along the old border fortifications.

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Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism -- The COVID-19 epidemic poses a threat to the everyday life of people worldwide. Travelers are particularly affected, as are people working in tourism. Here are the latest developments.

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The original 'Westworld' star: Russian-American film legend Yul Brynner -- Born 100 years ago in Vladivostok, the charismatic actor with the trademark bald head was one of the first Russians to become a big star in Hollywood.

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Augsburg Water Management System -- Augsburg's history regarding water goes back a long way. Already more than 500 years ago there was a functioning drinking water supply here. The historical water management system is unique and therefore a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Fly there with us!

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Speyer Cathedral -- The medieval Imperial and St. Mary's Cathedral in Speyer is the largest Romanesque church in the world! Our drone shows you the UNESCO World Heritage Site from a bird's eye view.

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Prehistoric pile dwellings -- World Cultural Heritage at Lake Constance: Let our drone show you prehistoric pile dwellings from the Stone and Bronze Age.

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Classical Weimar -- Poets like Goethe and Schiller made Weimar a cultural center of Europe at the end of the 18th century. Even today many places are a reminder of this era. Let us show you the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Classical Weimar" from the perspective of a drone.

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Harper Lee's 'To Kill a Mockingbird' still resonates 60 years on -- Harper Lee's landmark novel is revered for embracing civil rights and racial justice in the US. But six decades later, has the Black Lives Matter movement made "Mockingbird" more relevant, or exposed its own racism?

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Is Germany's largest cultural institution too big to work? -- It runs all Berlin state museums; its collection includes the Pergamon Altar and the Nefertiti Bust. But experts argue that the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation is too cumbersome — and advise radical changes.

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Documentary reveals intimate portrait of The Rolling Stones' Ron Wood -- He often stands in the shadows of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, but guitarist Ronnie Wood is now the focus of a new documentary film by Mike Figgis. "Somebody Up There Likes Me" shows the man beyond the rock legend.

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Fashion shows switch to online catwalk -- During the coronavirus pandemic, you can admire the latest models of Chanel and Dior from the sofa. But is this the future of haute couture? The industry is skeptical.

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Germany's 16 states: Berlin -- Berlin is many things: the German capital, seat of government and cultural metropolis. But above all Berlin is fascinating, a city that is constantly changing. Maybe that's why it's such a tourist hotspot.

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DW web series - Meet the Germans with Rachel - 02.11.2018 - From beer to nudity and ridiculous grammar — we uncover the quirks and idiosyncrasies of the German culture.

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Reading Matter? 100 German Must-Reads! -- DW's list of German-language novels published since 1900 that have been translated into English is the first of its kind.

8 months ago

Cancel culture war inflamed by letter on 'open debate' signed by J. K. Rowling -- The publication of a letter in Harper's Magazine signed by 150 world-renowned academics, writers and artists to further free speech has amped up social media outrage after it was signed by "canceled" J. K. Rowling.

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Holiday in Germany during COVID-19: What travelers need to know -- Germany has reopened its borders. What do tourists have to consider when entering the country? What conditions apply? And what can travelers do in Germany? Here's an overview.

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Rammelsberg mine and the old town of Goslar -- The former imperial city of Goslar is located in the middle of the Harz Mountains. The old town with its timber-framed houses and the nearby Rammelsberg mine are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Come fly there with us!

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Meet the Germans live: Summer and vacations in Germany -- Where do the Germans like to go on vacation? And how well do they know their barbecues? Meet the Germans host Rachel Stewart answered these questions and more during a summer-themed livestream on YouTube. Catch up here!

4 days ago

Provocative and influential: Helmut Newton's fashion photography revolution -- "The Bad and the Beautiful" is a new documentary about the legendary photographer Helmut Newton. DW talked to director Gero von Boehm about what made him controversial yet widely admired.

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Prussian palaces and parks of Postdam and Berlin -- The ensemble of Prussian palaces and parks of Berlin and Postdam is an architectural and scenic masterpiece. Our drone will take you to the UNESCO World Heritage Site - including Sanssouci Palace!

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Germany from A to Z: Görlitz -- We are taking a tour through Germany, and every week we will introduce you to a town in the alphabet. This time G takes us to Görlitz, the beauty on the river Neisse, a gem of European urban architecture.

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'Hail to the Thief': Music in political campaigns -- The Rolling Stones isn't the only band to reject their work being exploited in political campaigns — and Donald Trump isn't the first US president to use their music at his rallies.

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The new YouTube channel "DW Food"! -- 19.03.2020 -- Stuck at home and unsure what to cook? Check out our new YouTube channel "DW Food"!

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Beatles drummer Ringo Starr turns 80 -- The self-taught drummer anchored one of the greatest bands of all time with his solid beats, quirky fills and down-to-earth persona. As he turns 80, Sir Ringo is celebrating with a live benefit concert.

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Drumming is his middle name: Ringo Starr -- He was one-fourth of the most famous rock band of all time and followed up his Beatles era with an impressive solo career. As he turns 80, here's a look at Ringo Starr's career.

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2020 VISION - YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHERS -- An exhibition in Hamburg entitled Gute Aussichten 2019/2020 showcases young photographers. They talk about their work and give voice to misgivings about the world of images and images of the world.

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Akinbode Akinbiyi - tracing realities -- The Nigerian photographer explores cities and other inhabited landscapes. His photographs are analogue. He is interested in both surfaces and what is underneath - "the many, many layers".

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30 years of Photoshop -- The software has made it easy to refashion photos, enhancing their appeal and enabling trickery and deception.

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FAKE & REAL – PHOTOGRAPHY 2020 -- Is fake the new real? How much truth is there in a picture? How do photographs work nowadays? Arts.21 looks for some – true – answers.

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A brief history of Black superheroes in comics -- Before the Marvel Comics film "Black Panther" became a box office hit, superheroes were almost always white. A look back at how Black characters emerged.

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The Louvre in Paris sells out for restricted reopening -- The Mona Lisa is finally receiving visitors again. Following the COVID-related closure, the Paris Louvre has now reopened its doors, but with strict regulations.

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Carolingian Western Work and Civitas Corvey -- The monastery Corvey was founded in 822 by French Benedictine monks on the Weser river. It was once one of the most important monasteries in the Middle Ages and it is now a World Heritage Site. Let us take you on a journey through time!

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Iconic Italian composer Ennio Morricone dies at 91 -- Among the hundreds of film scores he composed were Spaghetti Western classics of the 1960s, such as "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly." The Oscar-winning maestro also wrote music for Quentin Tarantino films, and many more.

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Arts and Culture, Friday, March 13, 2020 -- Robin Merrill presents a new edition of Arts and Culture. Amid coronavirus fears, there are empty seats in venues from the Elbphilharmonie to Broadway theaters. Has cultural life come to a standstill? Also: an exiled Iraqi artist who's adjusting to a new life in Weimar, and a photographer who reveals the beauty of bugs.

3 months ago

Meet the Germans -- Why so slow? Germany's reluctant move into the digital age -- Digitalization has been a buzzword in German politics for years. But has much really changed? And do Germans even want to go digital?

4 months ago

Typically German? A cartoonist's perspective -- Razor-sharp and funny to boot: That's the cartoonist's mission. But could those adjectives describes Germans as well? Artist Miguel Fernandez pokes fun at the stereotypes and personality traits attributed to the Germans.

10 months ago

Germany's 16 states: Hesse -- Hesse is "country and western" — the modern Frankfurt skyline and the tales of the Brothers Grimm.

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Berlin's Treasure Trove -- 21.06.2019 -- The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation runs Berlin museums - and one of the world's largest collection of exhibits.

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Planet Berlin -- The global tourist guide for Germany's booming capital

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100 years of Bauhaus -- A century of form and function -- 08.01.2019

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Multimedia feature: After the Escape -- 12.01.2018 -- DW's web documentary shows how artists built a new life after fleeing their home country.

10 months ago

Audio on Demand -- Music in Beethoven's home town -- You may know that Beethoven grew up in Bonn. But what do you know about the musical environment he grew up in? You'll find out about it in this Deutsche Welle Festival Concert.

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Art of Freedom. Freedom of Art. -- 29.12.2015 -- In this multimedia special, DW explores how artists around the world advocate for freedom.

3 months ago

Outstanding literature -- 16.09.2016 -- DW looks at the winners and the debates surrounding the German Book Prize.

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Arts.21 -- What is genuine? -- Alison Jackson uses stand-ins to stage photos of prominent people looking human, frail, even weak.

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Euromaxx - Lifestyle Europe - Online haute couture, the world's biggest model train layout, and Copenhagen's gourmet street food.

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SHIFT – Living in the Digital Age -- SHIFT Special Thailand: how important are social media, data protection and personal privacy? German tech expert Bianca Praetorius talks about social change with people in Thailand's tech scene.

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On the Elbe Cycle Route -- DW's Nicole Frölich rides along the Elbe Cycle Route, Germany's most popular long distance bike path.

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