Annika Wind, Autor bei wo sonst
Muddersprooch in American English
Muddersprooch in American English
Treasure hunting with just a few tools and a phone
In Bellheim, Geocacher Jürgen Mühlmann provides hiking tours of a special kind.
At over 80 years of age, Richard Lang still runs a hat atelier in the town of Walldürn.
Woolly workers for rural conservation
In the fields with shepherdess Anne Mottl in the Palatinate Forest
An architect equipped with a saw and a scalpel
Lutz Kuhl makes impressive mangers in Annweiler
The taste of Christmas
Visiting the world champion in gingerbread baking and local of Mannheim, Konrad Friedmann.
The Lord of the Chimes
Ears indicate the way forward on the sonorous trail in Hammelbach
A special community is ripened in Sindolsheim —made of milk, rennet and salt.
Little Odenwald, Great myths
Miriam and Peter Seisler collect legends in their home region
In Venningen, grapes are harvested only when they have nearly become raisins—to enable special vinegar to be made from them.
Climbing through geological history
Discovering the Margaretenschlucht ravine close to Neckargerach with children
Pilgrims and Parchments
Tracing St. James pilgrims in Speyer.
Harvest, Build and Live like in the Middle Ages
On a journey through time in the Histotainment Park Adventon in the Bauland region
Home to racing horses
Discover a unique, professional racing stable behind the turf track in the Mannheim part of town known as Seckenheim.
Casting Light on Time
Locals in the Hessian town of Birkenau run out the clock.
The Mühlenrundweg, the circular mills trail, in Heppenheim leads up to a distant past that has almost fallen into oblivion
The man, who was into butterflies
The Carl Bosch Museum Heidelberg is reminiscent of the eventful life of the Nobel laureate
Herbs for tea have recently been cultivated in the municipality of Ruppertsberg.
Pictures encapsulated in a time capsule
Vivien Räbiger takes photographs of Lost Places in the Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region and elsewhere.
Witnesses made of stone
Little religious shrines in the Odenwald bear witness to faith and good luck.
For the love of speaking dialect
How Dannstadt-Schauernheim maintains the Palatine dialect
How pictures began to move is shown in Deidesheim.
Sauntering Just for Fun in the Summer Breeze
Stefan Jagenteufl uncovers the beauty of the olden days in the Fürstenlager in Bensheim
Strolling with Poetry
Taking a walk down poetry lane in Edenkoben
Curtain Call for the ‘Olympia’
Paying a visit to one of the region’s last village cinemas
The world of birds in one park
The locals of Schifferstadt have given themselves the gift of a park accommodating some 400 animals
Airborne and infernal machines
Made by and for fans: the Technik Museum in Sinsheim
9,000 books and a fool
How Buchen remembers the Jews of the town
Diving in between Palatinate corals
Abtauchen im Sea Life Speyer
On 40 paws across the Maulbeeraue meadow
A ride outside of the town of Lampertheim on a dog sled
DIY Construction Kit Church
One of the most remarkable places of worship in Germany is situated in the city of Mannheim.
Reverberating workshop walls
The KlangForum ensemble fills the Heidelberg Tankturm with the sound of music
At the home grounds of the blue-and-white seedbed
Inside the stadium in Sinsheim, the Dietmar-Hopp-Stadion of the TSG Hoffenheim club
Capturing it as it is
Joëlle Oechsle takes photographs of old-established businesses in Ludwigshafen
A visit to happy villagers
How Hirschlanden in the Odenwald is building its future
Colourful Picture Book Town
A walk through the history of graffiti in Mannheim
The Fruits of Change
On the test fields of the Gartenakademie Rheinland-Pfalz
Crossover, Castle and Chocolate
Zu Besuch in der Chocolaterie von Eva Heß auf dem Dilsberg
Elevating up to happiness
Out and about along the Skulpturenradweg cycle track in the Bauland and Odenwald regions
Mr Schuth sees blue
A museum in the town of Schwetzingen shows the facets of a special colour
A decent talk with Emma
A ferry trip on the Altrheinfähre from Friesenheimer Insel island to Sandhofen