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German city lost in translation

German city lost in translation

Marc Atchison visits the charming border town of Saarbrücken, where French and German are spoken by the locals and where the crossroads of history intersect.
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Much to celebrate in bubbly Wiesbaden

Much to celebrate in bubbly Wiesbaden

Marc Atchison discovers this former Roman spa town has developed into one of Germany's most sophisticated cities.
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All hail Trier, Germany's Roman wonder

All hail Trier, Germany's Roman wonder

Marc Atchison visits Germany's oldest city, Trier, and passes through the Porta Nigra, the blackened city gate that protects much of its remarkable Roman history.
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Germany's fun factory a UNESCO treasure

Germany's fun factory a UNESCO treasure

Marc Atchison visits one of the most unique UNESCO World Heritage Sites - a factory that honours the Industrial Age.
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Getting a Rhine view of Germany

Getting a Rhine view of Germany

Marc Atchison visits a castle and one of the many fairytale towns along the Rhine River.
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Everything's coming up roses in Rhine River town

Everything's coming up roses in Rhine River town

Marc Atchison visits enchanting Eltville, the largest and oldest town on the Rhine River, where the smell of roses perfumes the air.
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Magical Meissen a work of art

Magical Meissen a work of art

Marc Atchison visits the fairytale city of Meissen and is treated to a demonstration by artisans in the delicate craft of porcelain making, which dates back centuries here.
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Munich purveyors earn seal of approval from shoppers

Munich purveyors earn seal of approval from shoppers

Marc Atchison visits Munich's purveyor shops, which have been supplying high quality to Bavaria's royal court for decades.
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German car museums are country's most popular

German car museums are country's most popular

Park it here! That's what Marc Atchison did when he visited Munich and Stuttgart, where Germany's famed car companies have set up ultra-modern museums that pay tribute to their incredible history and products.
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Munich ready for a friendly 'brewhaha'

Munich ready for a friendly 'brewhaha'

MUNICH, GERMANY — I watch in amazement as Frau Singh slaloms around some drunken Hofbräuhaus patrons while clutching four large glass beer steins in her slender arms.
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