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Germany and Coffee- Coffee Culture and History of German Coffee

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“Komm, lass uns einen Kaffee trinken“… words I’ve heard my whole life. Come on, let’s drink a coffee. Mornings before a big day, the middle of the afternoon on a shopping trip, or maybe just while sitting and chatting. Germany and coffee go hand in hand. Germans might actually drink more coffee than beer… they […]

Buy German Bread Online from The Brot Box

German Slippers July 4th Sale! Up to 25% off Sandals & Slippers

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Happy July 4th! To celebrate, German Slippers is offering up to 25% off all  Slippers and Sandals. Whether it’s hot or cold where you are, you’ll find the perfect slipper or sandal at GermanSlippers.com . They stylish and comfortable sandals incredibly “in” right now. Wear them with shorts, or even a dirndl! And the breathable […]

The Linden tree in Germany – The Tree at the Heart of Germany

Prime Day Deals for your German-American Home

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It’s Amazon Prime Day/s, which means some interesting deals on all sorts of amazing products. I did some digging, and it turns out, Amazon has loads of  Prime Day deals for your German American  Home! Kitchen gear, Brotzeit boards, Travel Adaptors, Puzzles, Self-Care products and more. Check out the assortment of goodies I found here… […]

Germanology Unlocked- Old German Handwriting & Genealogy

A Visit to the Nuremberg Toy Museum- Spielzeugmuseum Nuremberg

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The Nuremberg Spielzeugmuseum is considered be among the best Toy Museums in the world. This makes sense, since Nuremberg has been a hub of toy making since the Middle Ages. HUNDREDS of toy makers had their workshops along the cobblestoned streets and ways. Not only that, Nuremberg is the home of the first mass produced […]

The Gäubodenmuseum- 7000 years of History in Straubing, Germany

Glanzbilder – Scrap Pictures to Collect, Trade and Decorate

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Ernst Freihoff may not be a familiar name to many, but to many girls who grew up in, or spent time in Germany in the 60s, 70s and 80s, his company’s Glanzbilder were an essential part of childhood. What are Glanzbilder? You may know them as Scrapbilder, Poesiebilder, Albumbilder, Rosenbilder or even Oblaten. These colorful […]

The Linden tree in Germany – The Tree at the Heart of Germany

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