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Discover Germany 24.11.12 | 09:30 - 10:00 UTC

Leipzig, Dresden & Bayreuth - in Wagner’s footsteps

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Leipzig, Dresden & Bayreuth - in Wagner’s footsteps

Topic Amélie Apel in Bayreuth

Bayreuth - Three Travel Tips

Topic Stralsund

Stralsund - Brick Gothic and the Baltic

Topic Amelia Tanaya Setiadi and Martinus Rico Santoso in Hanover

Hanover - with Two Tourists from Indonesia

This time we visit Leipzig, Dresden, Bayreuth, Stralsund, East Frisia and Hanover

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Leipzig, Dresden & Bayreuth - in Wagner’s footsteps

When we think of Richard Wagner, most of us think of Bayreuth and its renowned festival. Wagner's 200th birthday is coming up in 2013, a good occasion for us to visit some of the sites where he lived and worked.

Bayreuth - Three Travel Tips

The student Amélie Apel shows us her own favorite spots in Bayreuth: the Victory Tower, the New Palace and the Glass House student club.

Stralsund - Brick Gothic and the Baltic

Stralsund on northeastern Germany's Baltic coast is 750 years old. Its medieval old town with many buildings in the brick Gothic style make it worth a visit. A new attraction is the Ozeaneum, an aquarium-museum of the undersea world of the Baltic and North Seas with live exhibits.

East Frisia - Watching Wild Geese on the North Sea Coast

In the winter months, East Frisia is an especially fascinating region for nature and bird lovers. Wild geese fly down from Arctic climes by the hundreds of thousands to their winter feeding grounds. Visitors can witness this natural spectacle on special goose tours.

Hanover - with Two Tourists from Indonesia

Martinus and Amelia have come to Hanover to take an intensive German course. We tagged along with them on a stroll through the city center.