This enormous palatial building was one of the most magnificent in Germany until it was destroyed in the Second World War. Now it’s been restored to glory.
When the Zollverein Coal Mine was started, architects tried to make this industrial hole look beautiful. Since its closure, that dream has continued.
Walking the streets of Quedlinburg transports you back to the Middle Ages. This medieval town has been so well preserved, you have to see it to believe it.
These mines in central Germany were used continuously for more than 1000 years! So what’s it like to go inside the tunnels of Rammelsberg today?
It’s the largest Romanesque church in the world and a true marvel of religious architecture. In a small German town, Speyer Cathedral dominates the skyline.
The German city of Lübeck was once one of the wealthiest in Europe. It was the capital of the powerful Hanseatic League that controlled trade in the north.
On an island in the middle of Berlin, this remarkable collection of museums is not just about the amazing collections but about the very idea of culture.
The Bauhaus style has influenced architecture and design for almost a century… but it was in these German cities that the movement found its feet.
In the small German town of Weimar, there was a flourishing intellectual scene that created some of the country’s best writers and artists.