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Bask in the beauty of Deutschland’s bowling alleys.
Done with Tinder? Write to the Bridegroom’s Oak, a tree in Germany that receives up to 50 letters a day from folks seeking love.
When it comes to creating colourful artworks, Stephanie Wunderlich prefers to stick to the classic tools of the trade: scissors and glue.
Menja Stevenson stitches public transport fabrics into surprisingly eye-catching get-ups.
Winter is coming and it’s time to put emergency measures into place.
This handy website teaches you a German word a day with the help of a series of carefully crafted (and easy-on-the-eye) snaps.
German snapper Tina Sosna's portfolio is really rather dreamy indeed.
We imagine this is what it would look like if the BFG gave up on pinching children's dreams, and instead took up the hobby of nocturnal clickety-clacking.
Photographer Cindy Ruch has seen rather a lot in her 26 years, from historical happenings like the fall of the Berlin Wall to a cultural smorgasbord on her far-reaching travels.
The curse of living in a small town or city is that it often gets overlooked for the better known capitals.
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