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Blooming Chemnitz ­čŹÇ

While walking through the streets of my university town “Chemnitz”, I spotted some of the new beauties.


Mystery Building Nr. 8: The Br├╝hl (Mile) District in Chemnitz

Our next mystery building article takes us to Chemnitz in central Saxony and in particular, this district. Located in the northern edge of the city center, 500 meters from Chemnitz Central Station (Chemnitz Hbf.), the Br├╝hl Mile features a narrow street, flanked on each end with historic buildings- both those that survived the bombings of World War II as well as those that were constructed during the age of East Germany- and laden with lighting originating from the Communist era, where Chemnitz was once known as Karl-Marx-Stadt. 787 more words


Lab opening

The ubiquitous presence of intelligent sensors and computers, as well as new ways of interacting with them, open up completely new concepts of human-technology interaction. The Human-Machine Interaction Lab was set up at the chair to implement innovative interaction technologies in user-friendly operating concepts. 246 more words


Mystery Bridge Nr. 77: A Bridge Shaped Like a Shoe

Our first Mystery Bridge of 2017 takes us back to Saxony in eastern Germany, and in particular, this bridge. This unusual structure spans the Chemnitz River at Hauboldstrasse, roughly 100 meters south of the M├╝llerstrasse Bridge in the northern part of Chemnitz. 680 more words


The Need to Seek God. Why prayer is more than tweeting Him!

Devotional Thought of the Day:

16 But he would go away to lonely places, where he prayed.  TEV  Luke 5:16

But there are other reasons why God has bestowed this external knowledge of Himself upon the minds of all men. 721 more words


Karl Marx Stadt vor der Kongresshalle 

In 2010/11, I spent a year living and traveling in Germany. Most of my time was based in Berlin, I hadn’t been there to date and was curious to experience the culture and history of the city. 148 more words

Jigsaw Puzzles

Germany manhunt: 'IS link' to bomb suspect Al-Bakr - police

German police say a Syrian man arrested after a two-day manhunt probably had links to so-called Islamic State (IS).

Jaber al-Bakr, who arrived in Germany as a refugee, was detained in a flat in the eastern city of Leipzig early on Monday. 441 more words