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  • "Gemuetlichkeit" - a word capturing Bavaria's special coziness and fondness for savouring the moment.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The Munich-based Institute of Contemporary History plans to issue the complete edition in 2016, after Bavaria's copyright expires.

    'Mein Kampf' Returns

  • There have been no team excursions here in Augsburg, a petite city on the Romantische Strasse, the 220-mile section of "Romantic Road" that links up some of Bavaria's tourist traps, but in Wolfsburg there was a visit to the Volkswagen factory, and in Dresden an impromptu public folk-song singalong with the New Zealand squad on the mayor's balcony.

    Hope Powell's England need cool heads in the heat of World Cup battle

  • In another comment to a newspaper, Gerda Hasselfeldt, who chairs the group of Chancellor Angela Merkel's Bavaria's sister party the Christian Social Union CSU in parliament, said Greece was not doing enough to tackle its debt problem.

    German FDP calls delay in Greek talks blow to euro

  • And Merkel's speech comes after the head of Bavaria's State Government, Horst Seehofer, with Merkel's sister party the Christian Social Union, said the party stands, quote, "for the majority German culture and against a multicultural society."

    In Germany, Voices Against Immigration Grow Louder

  • In the decades after World War II, the city had grand political aspirations, with Bavaria's homegrown, ultra-German Christian Social Union, a sister-party to the larger, less conservative Christian Democrats, always hoping to find a future chancellor in its ranks.

    Conducting a Transfer of Power

  • I caught up with Bavarian politician Wolfgang Heubisch, who joined Bavaria's regional government in 2008.

    Conducting a Transfer of Power

  • Bavaria's metal and electrical industry is planning extensive recruitment efforts within Central and Eastern European countries, to commence after May 1.

    Germany's Second Chance

  • Surfing, schnitzel, and accordion tunes in Bavaria's landlocked capital [Web only: Slideshow: "Surfing in Munich"]

    Wipeout

  • "For us, we don't like that Gomez is the Colombian coach, not after this unfortunate incident," Fernando Jaramillo , Bavaria's corporate vice president, told Caracol radio earlier in the day.

    Colombia's Soccer Coach Quits

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