The president has long sold himself as a self-made billionaire, but a Times investigation found that he received at least $413 million in today’s dollars from his father’s real estate empire, much of through
“Maybe Esther,” by Katja Petrowskaja This book took a long time to get to me. Katja Petrowskaja and I were close friends in Moscow in the nineteen-nineties. Then she moved to Berlin, and we have seen other
The Trump era has prompted Germany to review the historic effects of America’s soft power, and debate Berlin’s future relationship with Washington In Europe’s city of spies, it was a feat of cold war a
De Foodhallen, the Netherlands’ first indoor food market, is one of the many occupants of De Hallen, a restored former tram depot built in the early 1900s. Once a hub for the first electric trams, it now
Lonely Planet Local Jennifer Hattam has been enchanted with Istanbul since her first visit to the Turkish megalopolis in 2001. After nine years living and working as a journalist in the city, its combination
LONDON — In a backyard in Berlin, a ramshackle house that was once a haven for the civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks is preparing for its third life — back in the United States. It had almost been lost history,
WARSAW — Nearly a decade after it was first proposed, Poland’s Museum of the Second World War, billed as the most comprehensive public exhibition in Europe about the greatest cataclysm of the 20th century,
Regardless of the sausage’s fame, it seems that Germans can’t get enough of the döner kebab. It’s nearly impossible to visit Germany and not eat Currywurst or Bratwurst, two ubiquitous sausage dishes.