Naturalists in Berlin celebrate over recent news: farmers spotted a pack of wolves in a village 15 miles south of Berlin, living in deserted former Soviet camp
November 23, 2012 | By Rachel Nuwer
We're not going to say these are the tools of the robot apocalypse. But, they're probably the tools of the robot apocalypse
November 09, 2012 | By Colin Schultz
When a 18th century German prince visited Mt. Vesuvius in Naples, he insisted on building a replica of it on his estate back home. 200 years later, a chemistry professor brings it back to life
August 30, 2012 | By Andrew Curry
Animal bridges, aka ecoducts or wildlife crossings, allow wildlife to safely cross potential death-traps like highways and are are popping up all over the world.
July 23, 2012 | By Rachel Nuwer
Nazis are known for their heinous wartime crimes and tactics. Now, exploding chocolate can be added to that list, as revealed by a 60-year-old letter stamped "Secret."
July 18, 2012 | By Rachel Nuwer
Archaeologists working in northern Germany may have found one of the most important cities in Viking history—Sliasthorp, where once sat the first Scandanavian kings.
July 06, 2012 | By Colin Schultz
In London, starting today, the Socialist Workers' Party will be hosting Marxism 2012, an annual event whose organizers say is growing in popularity with young people. I
July 05, 2012 | By Sarah Laskow
Starting in 2015, Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf will once again be available to German readers.
July 05, 2012 | By Colin Schultz
Tucked away in a geometry book at the Munich University Library, researchers found a 500-year old map of the new world, and one of the first to bear the name America.
July 03, 2012 | By Colin Schultz
After withstanding world and cold wars, the German city is a thriving metropolis, filled with nightclubs and cultural treats
July 28, 2011 | By Jesse Rhodes
The park-like city of Baden-Baden, nestled in the Black Forest, is renowned for its restorative spas and elegant casino
May 2010 | By Rick Steves
As Germans turn to American-style supermarkets, the local butcher—a fixture in their sausage-happy culture—is packing it in
January 2010 | By Andrew D. Blechman
The livable, culture-crazy, beer-loving capital of Bavaria is coming to terms with its history
November 2008 | By Charles Michener
Visitors catch a glimpse of the groundbreaking, abstract art created by
preeminent 20th century expressionists.
November 01, 2008 | By Amanda Bensen
Artist Gunter Demnig builds a Holocaust memorial one stone at a time
October 11, 2007 | By Lois Gilman
Nearly 17 years after the wall came down, Berliners are still trying to escape its shadow
June 2006 | By Tom Mueller
Architect Daniel Libeskind's zinc lightning bolt of a building is one of the most revolutionary structures built since the war in Germany or anywhere.
June 01, 2006 | By Tom Mueller
Sixty years after it was reduced to rubble by Allied bombing, the reconstructed Baroque Frauenkirche, or Church of Our Lady, once again dominates the historic city's skyline
March 2006 | By Andrew Curry
An amateur archaeologist discovers the field where wily Germanic warriors halted the spread of the Roman Empire
September 2005 | By Fergus M. Bordewich