Two high-gloss coffee table editions of "Horizont Berlin" with over 250 photos of Germany's capital, from the local bar to tourist destinations, are on their way to two DW users.
The past, present and future mingle in Berlin like in no other city. Photographer Jürgen Henkelmann captures the vibrant atmosphere of the German city in an impressive series of images, from the corner pub to the must-see tourist sights. The Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate and the Museum Island feature prominently in the high-gloss book as does the debate on reconstructing the city palace, the theatre landscape and Berlin's historic villas.
DW's Discover Germany Team is proud to announce that one German and one English edition of "Horizont Berlin" from Stürtz publishing house are on their way to this year's prize winners Nasir Aziz and Richard H. Schmoyers.
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