Diving into the beautiful colors of fall and learning a lot about wine (with a little bit of magic)
Finding some very special locations
Different types of unique sites using colors, sad moments and persistant workers
Some spoilers: water modeling the city limits, skeletons and couples lying around and hiking in the dark (again)
A fire protecting architecture, a bare butt and a reunion
Building the longest castle in the world, understanding the meaning of "Schlitzohr" and looking at some achievements of today
Being in the middle of something can have a lot of different angles
Finding things that are not visible and presenting a fort without showing any remains
Discover more about mining and what else a mine could be used for. Plus the mystery of the book.
How can a small town with 11,000 inhabitants be connected to the US?
One of the oldest houses in Germany in a city that is most of the time only a brand
How to take a lively look into the past including science, illustrations, and reconstructions.
Spilled wine and symmetry, 600 years of continuous mayorship, insights in a cave
Lion kings, aliens, epidemic fountains, hidden messages in pictures and mini figures, … Hamburg offers it all
What is the most common order of couples on bike rides?