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Leipzig and the Fall of the Berlin Wall
Jewish Traveler and Scenic routes across Germany
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Dresden: Moritzburg castle
Summer has arrived in Germany and our towns and city are gearing up for yet another season of insightful cultural experiences, fun musical highlights and delicious culinary delights. In this issue we'll take you on a journey to Berlin, Leipzig and inspire you to travel like a local. See you in Germany!
Leipzig: Federal Court House, New Town Hall in the evening
Follow in their footsteps
The picturesque city of Leipzig not only offers beautiful architecture, exceptional culture and history, but also has a very special relationship with music few other cities can claim. It has always been a source of inspiration for creative minds like Johann Sebastian Bach, Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, or Richard Wagner. Come and follow in their footsteps!
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Berlin: Potsdamer Platz
Fall of the Berlin Wall
Be part of German History! From 11/4 to 11/10, 2019 Berlin is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Peaceful Revolution and the fall of the Berlin Wall. While festivities take place across the country, Berlin in particular offers various events, lectures, exhibitions, special city tours, festivals and markets to mark the special occasion.
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Frankfurt/ Main: Long Island Summer Lounge, Skyline
We have teamed up with iExplore to help you travel like a local and to bring you Germany’s delectable culinary specialties across all of our 16 states. Make sure to keep checking back as we will follow along 5 of your favorite bloggers as they travel along some of our most popular or interesting routes in the coming months.
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Mainz: Overlooking the new synagogue
Jewish Traveler
Did you know that Germany has the only growing European Jewish community? Sites of Jewish interest, culture and influences can be found throughout today‘s Germany. Düsseldorf for example was the birthplace of one of Germany’s greatest Jewish poets, Heinrich Heine. Today, streets, pubs, and monuments are named after Heine.
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Classics on Odeonsplatz in Munich
07.13.2019 - 07.14.2019
Classical concert in Munich
German Grand Prix
07.26.2019 - 07.28.2019
Formula 1 race at the Hockenheimring
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