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Where else would we want to be.

Stories about people who live here. Where else...

Home to racing horses

Discover a unique, professional racing stable behind the turf track in the Mannheim part of town known as Seckenheim.

9,000 books and a fool

How Buchen remembers the Jews of the town

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.

Capturing it as it is

Joëlle Oechsle takes photographs of old-established businesses in Ludwigshafen

The young Southern Palatinates

The young Southern Palatinate - A new generation of ambitioned winegrowers.

Life on the stud farm

Jette Zollmann continues the Kurgestüt Hoher Odenwald with 400 horses. The mares on the stud farm milk well—and live a life without halters or saddles ...

Out of Rülzheim

Germany’s oldest ostrich farm, the Mhou Farm of Christoph Kistner and Uschi Braun

Where the wild roosters crow

No lame ducks: German rooster-crowing contest in the Palatinate town of Göcklingen

Roots into the future

Susanne Urban wants to designate the jewish heritage from Speyer, Worms and Mainz as a world heritage site.

Water into the City

How Frank Sobirey commits himself to the concerns of his home town.

WO SONST movie clip: Full steam

Ralf Rudolph is a solo tubist at the Staatsphilharmonie – and engine driver

The gardener of ideas

Well grounded: Urban gardening in the garden of the Hackmuseum in Ludwigshafen.

Glides over the water

Christian Antoni is making waves: the German water ski champion trains on Lake Kiefweiher near Ludwigshafen.