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Munich Oktoberfest - Fast Facts
Albert Einstein worked there as an electrician; an intoxicated dachshund "came to" in Lost and Found; electricity used would give a home for four 52 years of power; and German emigrants have begun versions all over the world, but "Oktoberfest" began in Munich over 200 years ago.
Germany and its Cheese Culture
From the North Sea to Allgaeu, Germany's "foodie" favorite, Cheese, is produced in anything from small mountainside farms to industrial dairies countrywide. Hundreds of regional specialties and national varieties range from mild and buttery to spicy, highly flavored and less than fragrant.
Germany, its Neighbours and a New Image
From its central position at the heart of today’s European Union Germany lives in peace and harmony with its neighbours, however this was not always the case. What image does modern Germany have in the eyes of its neighbours? A cross section of Europeans were asked with interesting results.
The Berlin Wall, Germany Remembers
East Germany began building a wall across Berlin on August 13th 1961, and while it existed the Berlin Wall defined the cold war and division of Europe. November 1989 the exits were opened by government decree, and families who had been separated for decades could be reunited.
German Spaetzle Recipes
Spaetzle. What are they and how are they served. Documented back as far as the 11th Century, it is a traditional German pasta dish that played an important role in every day diets until potatoes were finally accepted in Germany. Try some popular regional Spaetzle favorites.
Spaetzle, German Noodles Recipe
German Spaetzle, little egg rich pasta noodles or dumplings, have been one of Southern Germany's "Comfort Foods" for centuries, and have not only spread all over the country but across the world. A treasured memory from home for German emigrants. Short history and authentic recipe.
My Father's Keeper - Book Review
My Father's Keeper: Children of Nazi Leaders - An Intimate History of Damage and Denial: follows the lives of children, many of whom are still alive, their unenviable legacy: being born to senior members of the Third Reich.
Germany's Beer Gardens
From early Spring through Summer and Autumn visiting a Beer Garden is a seasonal "must do" in Germany. Originally a way of using chestnut tree shaded areas covering 19th century underground Bavarian beer storage cellars, they soon became a popular, even fashionable, pastime.
Grilled Fish on a Stick Recipe
German Beer Gardens and Oktoberfest would not be the same without "Steckerlfisch". It is a Bavarian specialty for anyone who likes fish and has hunger pangs; a well seasoned grilled fish, complete with head, tail and with a stick running through it. And ideal for a BBQ.
Castle Road, Germany
There are over 5,000 castles in Germany, and many of them are on the Castle Road. 745 miles of stunning landscapes, valleys, forests and rivers, filled with legacies of the past, medieval towns and villages and castles, castles and more castles.
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