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9 May 2013 Hundreds of villagers have gathered in traditional Bavarian costume to celebrate one of the most important dates in the Catholic calendar. With religious flagpoles hoisted above their heads and dressed in their best lederhosen, men and
www.thelocal.de/politics/20121228-47023.html Ilse Aigner, just named "Dinosaur of the Year" by a nature group, is our latest "German of the Week." The dirndl-wearing agriculture minister is thought to be planning a strategic retreat from Merkel's
It seemed such a good idea in the sunshine. 'Look!' said our daughters, 'there's a whole igloo village built up here on the mountain...Please say yes!' It was our final day of skiing last year on Germany's highest mountain, the Zugspitze, and our
Revellers in the Hofbrauhaus tent after the opening of the Oktoberfest beer festival in Munich, southern Germany. Photograph: Thomas Kienzle/AFP/Getty Images Just as the Scots disparage the Sassenachs and the English make fun of the Welsh, so too do
Fraser's announcement that, if elected as the new Scottish Conservative leader, he would disband the existing party and create a new centre-right one operating only in Scotland has created a good deal of excitement. Conservatives back into the news,
Germany, Sept 11, 2011 (AFP) -On a mountain-bike, the cyclist comes barreling through the Bavarian pine forest, racing along a rough alpine track straight through what would have been Adolf Hitler's living room. He does not stop, or even glance, at
I've written quite a bit recently about malt and hops, two key ingredients in beer making...Yeast rarely gets much attention, despite the enigmas it has posed for so long. Now those mysteries have been solved, thanks to a team of scientists who
They wanted to commit his mortal remains to the waves and organise a funeral at sea for a man whose mystique and influence on the far-right was strongly linked to the existence of his grave in the Bavarian village of Wunsiedel .
The December. 30 1938 file photo exhibitions of GermanChancellor Adolf Hitler and his deputy Rudolf Hess staff, right, during a parade in Berlin.
The bones of Adolf Hitler's deputy, Rudolf Hess, have been removed from their grave in a small Bavarian town that had become a pilgrimage site for neo-Nazis. Before dawn Wednesday, workers exhumed Hess's bones from the grave in