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Many, many World War II bombers made perilous bombing runs thru enemy flak and fighter planes to unload their bombs. This B-24 was one of them.Ink and watercolorClick link below to purchase art itemsFine Art America...

Munich (Allemagne) (AFP) – Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer “did well” in a first training session since fracturing his foot but remains in limbo in terms of a return to competition, said coach Jupp Heynckes on Friday. “T...

The last thing we checked out in Lübeck before leaving the city was the European Hansemuseum. Opened in 2015, it was relatively new, and is the largest museum that is dedicated to the history of the Hanseatic League. So we went in and learned quite...

A visit to Wullenwever, a Michelin-starred restaurant, was actually the catalyst for going to Lübeck. I emailed them back in September to ask if they could make a reservation for us for November. Since they said yes, then we went ahead and booked ou...

Karl Marx was born in the German city of Trier 200 years ago and lived there until he was 17; to celebrate his bicentennial, the city has installed a Marx-themed pedestrian signal light designed by Johannes Kolz, with another to come. (more…...

One of the most memorable places we checked out while we were in Lübeck was the Lübeck Museum of Theatre Puppets. It is a museum housing the immense collection of Fritz Fey, who has been collecting numerous items involved in puppetry from Germany a...

Sometime back in November, we headed to Lübeck for a weekend. Lübeck is a city in the north of Germany, famous for its marzipan. Well, we wanted to escape Berlin for a short while, so we took the train to visit this Hanseatic city in the north for...