The architecture student Martin Maleschka gives us a guided tour of his hometown. He shows us some public art, brings us up into the surrounding hills, and finishes in Aktivist, a restaurant with a long history.
Bautzen is over one thousand years old. Some 60,000 visitors visit the picturesque old town with its 17 towers each year. Bautzen is the cultural center of the Sorbs, a Slavic minority with its own language and customs.
Alexander Martynov explores the university town with its optical museum. He looks down on Jena from the hill overlooking the city and from JenTower high-rise.
Goldsmith Lothar Lange shows us his favorite places in Bautzen: St. Nicholas Church, the Protschenberg with its wonderful views and the café bar “Goliath“.
Now that autumn is on its way in Germany, it’s grape-picking time. Germany primarily produces white wines, with Riesling the most famous.
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