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.
A small town in southeastern Bavaria lends its name to the only national park in the German Alps. Berchtesgaden is delightfully picturesque but has a dark past, which is explained in a documentation center.
Anna Glossner recommends the market square, the Soleleitungsweg path, on which salt was once transported, and Lockstein hill, with its view of Berchtesgaden.
We’re on hand when a family from Brazil gets to know the New Town Hall’s glockenspiel, the magnificent baroque Asam Church and Bavarian beer.
On her trip to the Baltic Sea island of Usedom, exchange student Carolina Muñoz Campos admires the classical seaside resort architecture.
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