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Bavarian king’s castle town a site for modern fairy tale vacations

February 25, 2010 ×
Quilters find friendship, inspiration in Black Forest Guild

Quilters find friendship, inspiration in Black Forest Guild

Some international relationships are forged through creative quilting and sewing activities in Stuttgart.

February 11, 2010 ×
Get some air(time) on Baden-Württemberg’s ski slopes

Get some air(time) on Baden-Württemberg’s ski slopes

Perhaps Baden-Württemberg’s best-kept secret is the Belchenland which guarantees snow throughout the ski season.

January 14, 2010 ×
Baden-Württemberg’s highest mountain is open for business

Baden-Württemberg’s highest mountain is open for business

Most ski lifts in Baden-Württemberg are situated in the southern part of the Black Forest and the Swabian Albs.

December 16, 2009 ×
When the Berlin Wall came down

When the Berlin Wall came down

Celebrate the fall of the Berlin Wall some decades ago.

November 25, 2009 ×
History of the Nutcracker

History of the Nutcracker

Strolling across Christmas markets in Germany, shoppers will find unique wooden items and other figures.

November 25, 2009 ×
‘Traces of Remembrance’ project trails across Europe

‘Traces of Remembrance’ project trails across Europe

For more information on the “Trace of Remembrance” project, visit www.spur-der-erinnerung.de.

November 12, 2009 ×
Children stand around a Martin's fire with hand-crafted lanterns during last year's "Martinstag," or Saint Martin's Day, celebration in Kaiserslautern. Martinstag is celebrated in Germany Nov. 11 to honor Saint Martin, the patron saint of charity.

Singing, lantern parades mark St. Martin’s Day in Germany

It may be dark and cold in Germany on the night of Nov. 11, but this is not why passersby will see children walking with a lantern.

October 30, 2009 ×