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Aschaffenburg railway station: Into the light blue yonder
Aschaffenburg 2012 – A new pedestrian underpass opened in February as part of the station modernisation programme.
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1879 reloaded – Europa-Galerie Saarbrücken
After comprehensive restoration, the former Saarbrücken Mining Headquarters, a building designed by architect Martin Gropius dating back to 1879, now forms the architectural centrepiece of the Europa-Galerie in Saarbrücken.
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Appearance at Fashion Week
The Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Berlin offers international designers a platform for showcasing their collections. In order to show fashion and models to best advantage, classical but trendy mosaic elements ...
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Museumscafé Mettlach
A visit to a museum generally includes taking time out to relax and enjoy a refreshment in the museum café or restaurant. However, anyone who enters the new café of the Museum of Ceramics in Mettlach can enjoy another work of art, namely a masterpiece of historical interior design.
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Old post office in Pirmasens: a new look - in time-honoured fashion
Pirmasens 2012. The former premises of the postal bus service, which had stood empty for decades, are now being transformed into the 'Forum Alte Post'.
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Stockholm Stadthuset - Re-design for cuisine worthy of a Nobel Prize
Stockholm 2012: Stockholm’s Stadshuset is the headquarters of Stockholm’s municipal council and, at the same time, the setting for celebrations of the first order.
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Popular meeting place – Wuppertal “Swimming Opera”
After extensive renovation, the swimming pool, known as the "Swimming Opera", was reopened in 2010. The tile specialists in particular played a key role to maintaining the original look of the listed building.
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Restoration of St. Lutwinus parish church
The gold mosaics in the apse, vault and side walls of St. Lutwinus church in Mettlach are reminiscent of the magnificent art treasures in Ravenna, Italy. The pilgrimage and parish church has long been a well-known secret for art lovers – for more than a century, the listed building has been a destination for pilgrims and for people interested in art from all over the world.
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Living history – underground railway station in Nuremberg
Anyone waiting under Rathenau Square in Nuremberg for the underground railway is in good company. Together with Artefactur, the Nuremberg-based architect Georg Hiltner created the portraits of Walther Rathenau and Theodor Herzl:...
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