Timo Heiny’s ‘Hofgut Holzmühle’ mill estate in the Southern Palatinate town of Westheim
The Historical Museum in Speyer makes history tangible.
1000 years Worms – beyond chain mail and Valkyries.
Museum Herxheim - an exciting Stone Age thriller.
The Romans museum in Osterburken – History as vividly as possible …
A declaration of love - Frankenthal porcelain art in the Erkenbert-Museum.
The cradle of German democracy: Hambach Castle.
In March 2018, the former “Ochsenpferchbunker” in Mannheim will become the MARCHIVUM.
True treasures adorn the Staufian monastery church in Lobenfeld.
Margarete Sauer makes us feel, smell and taste the history of the Odenwald open-air museum in Gottersdorf.
Worth seeing: the birthplaces of the painters Anselm Feuerbach and Hans Purrmann in Speyer.
Jörg Seitz and the underground movement of Landau.
Susanne Urban wants to designate the jewish heritage from Speyer, Worms and Mainz as a world heritage site.
How Frank Sobirey commits himself to the concerns of his home town.
The palace garden in Schwetzingen has many stories to tell - even from people who take care of it.
How Klaus Kufeld constructed a unique monument in honour of the Ludwigshafen philosopher Ernst Bloch.
How Benno Münch made an old smithy in the Palatinate Forest come to life again.
A quiet place in a world full of noises – Speyer Cathedral
Sea air in the Palatinate
The Guttenberg Castle in the Neckar valley.
Castle Herrnsheim is unique in it´s own way.
For both musical instruments and steam boilers, this man has a safe pair of hands: Ralf Rudolph.
Stories and dragons: Castle Lindenfels in the Odenwald.
More than 20 years tour guide Kurt Burger tells the story of the fortress in Germersheim.
Hans-Georg and Johannes Vleugels run one of Germany’s biggest pipe organ manufacturing companies in the Odenwald.
Ein Dominikater-Pater und zwei New Yorker Künstler leben in Worms die "Freiheit der Kunst".
Hilde Seibert tells the stories of industrial architecture.
How Louis von Adelsheim turned a small town in the Odenwald - into an overall work of art.
Claus Kroppbauer wanted to become a farmer as a child. Then archaeologist. Today he is both in Lauresheim.