How to Celebrate Easter Like a German- german lifestyle

How to Celebrate Easter Like a German

Easter Sunday (Ostersonntag) in Germany annually celebrates Jesus Christ's resurrection after his crucifixion on Good Friday, according to the Christian Bible. People mark the...
Fasching- German Lifestyle

Fasching or Karneval Celebration in Germany

  Fasching, Karneval, Fastnacht, Fasnacht, Fastelabend - actually they are all same thing: Fasching is the Roman Catholic Shrovetide carnival as celebrated in German-speaking countries....

Funnny Facts about Germany / Deutschland ( Part 1 )

Beer Germans are the second largest beer consumers in the world, after the Irish (of course). Beer is officially considered a food in Bavaria. ...

Käsekuchen (German Cheesecake)

This German cheesecake is a bit lighter than its American cousin. The filling is made with low-fat quark instead of cream cheese and egg...
Stammtisch: A table for a friendly get together

Stammtisch: A table for a friendly get together

This word cannot be translated directly to English. Relatively we can call it something like "regular's table" or "regular get-together". In practically the word Stammtisch...
Beverages (non-alcoholic)

Guide to German Beverages (non-alcoholic)

Germany, of course, is best known for its beer and wine, yet there are many other types of beverages (Getränke) that are somewhat unique...

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Nicht alle Tassen im Schrank haben

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Some Interesting facts about Germany and Germans

Some Interesting facts about Germany and Germans

DO YOU KNOW! Germany is the most populous European country (Please Don't compare with Russia), with a population of 82 million. German people...