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Big City Traveler

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04/14/2016 - 23:19

Germany Today: A Current Look at Jewish Emergence

From Berlin to Frankfurt to Dusseldorf, the country buzzes with a mix of old and new Jewish life.

Germany Today: A New Emergence Of Jewish Life In Berlin, Dusseldorf Frankfurt, and elsewhere.

Frankfurt Keute, Jochen

Frankfurt

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04/14/2016 - 21:19

Frankfurt’s airport is a major hub for international travel, but the historic city of Rothschild and Buber is worth more than a stopover. Its proud Jewish heritage is intertwined with its longtime prominence in German finance and media, and indeed, Frankfurt has the country’s largest proportion of Jewish residents, a community that today numbers more than 10,000. These include the city’s popular mayor, Peter Feldmann, a telegenic native whose resume includes a stint on an Israeli kibbutz.

Frankfurt Kiedrowski Rainer

Cologne And Dusseldorf

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04/14/2016 - 21:09

With a cultural scene to rival much larger cities and world-class shopping along its boulevards, Cologne is worth at least several days of the traveler’s time — and together with the equally youthful city of Düsseldorf, this corner of Western Germany makes for a memorable vacation.

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Munich

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04/14/2016 - 19:59

Posh, sparkling Munich, where the sun seems always to shine, epitomizes the contemporary German version of the good life. This is the Europe of vacation fantasy — a compact, sophisticated city of medieval façades, inviting plazas, lively cafés, and fairytale castles set into green forests.

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