James von Leyden: The Missing of Tangier

James von Leyden: The Missing of Tangier

“The Missing of Tangier” is Leyden’s second novel. I became aware of the first book, titled “Shadows over Marrakech,” in my trusted library due to its subtitle “A Morocco Crime Story.” As an economist specializing in the Arab world, I dive into anything related to the Middle East or North Africa. While the first crime novel focuses on Lieutenant Karim

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Jödebrunnen Crime Scene

Jödebrunnen Crime Scene

It’s crime time in Braunschweig. For the eleventh time, crime veteran Hardy Crüger and his eleven disciples are presenting a collaborative work. This year it is the “Tatort Jödebrunnen” crime thriller. According to the motto, logical, all stories take place around the historic Jödebrunnen and the no less important Kontorhaus. Okay, there aren’t even eleven followers this afternoon. On the

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The defensive tower of Warberg

The defensive tower of Warberg

Warberg Castle is something like a childhood memory. It’s just a stone’s throw from Helmstedt. At high school I had many classmates from surrounding villages, including Warberg. I don’t think I’ve ever been to the castle. I’m also not sure if it was already a seminar venue back then. But no matter what it was like at the time. Even

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Between Pond and Lake: Gut Adolphshof Loop from Schwicheldt

Between Pond and Lake: Gut Adolphshof Loop from Schwicheldt

We start in the small village of Schwicheldt. We cross the Mittelland Canal and then turn right before the shooting club. Not far from our starting point, the first highlight awaits us on the right: the pond of the Peine Fishing Club. An oasis of tranquility for people and a playground for animals: we spot birds, coots, water striders, and

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Galka Scheyer: Homage to a strong woman

Galka Scheyer: Homage to a strong woman

This Sunday I leave the Braunschweig Municipal Museum deeply impressed. What happened? I visited the finissage of the exhibition “Galka Scheyer and The Blue Four”. At the end of today, guided tours were also offered. I was already expecting it to be packed on International Museum Day with free entry. But when the heavy rain started outside 30 minutes before

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The frog prince at the feet of a suitor

The frog prince at the feet of a suitor

The time of the “Open Gates” in Braunschweig and the surrounding area has begun again. This Sunday we’re going to Völkenrode to visit the Krause family. A 600 square meter garden with perennial beds, climbing roses and raised beds has been announced. However, a little green guy named Grass Frog steals the show. The frog kings are obviously feeling the

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(Deutsch) Ausflüge in Sardiniens Norden

(Deutsch) Ausflüge in Sardiniens Norden

Although it’s still low season and public transportation is infrequent, we were able to go on some beautiful excursions. The north of Sardinia has a lot to offer in this regard. Right on the first day of our delayed arrival (https://www.unionesarda.it/de/sardinien/enav-flugzeug-von-landebahn-abgekommen-ermittlungen-eingeleitet-schwere-verspatungen-und-fluge-an-die-costa-smeralda-umgeleitet-tgh40g27), we visit the tourist information. My dream of a trip to Alghero bursts like a bubble. The distance is

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The Art Of: Exhibiton of artists from Braunschweig

The Art Of: Exhibiton of artists from Braunschweig

Created in times of Corona, “The Art Of” is entering its fourth round. The format was initiated by the Braunschweig Public Insurance to support regional art and cultural workers in 2021. This Sunday, the fourth season can be admired in the Event Space on Friedrich-Wilhelm-Straße. A great project that unfortunately has a drawback. I only found out about the exhibition

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