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Haus Erlengrund: A secluded cabin getaway deep in the Märkische Schweiz

Nestled in the rolling hills of Brandenburg’s Märkische Schweiz, Haus Erlengrund's scenic views are near cinematic.


Nancy Holt’s Circles of Light: How nature shapes our perceptions

Currently on at the Gropius Bau, Nancy Holt's Circles of Light uses sculpture, paintings, film and photography […]


What to read now: Saneh Sangsuk, Birgit Weyhe and Khuê Pham

We review Saneh Sangsuk's sensitive take on ecological disaster, Birgit Weyhe's engrossing biography of Priscilla Layne and […]


The thrill of the trill: How to spot a nightingale in Berlin

For a brief spell each spring, Berlin nights fill with the strange and haunting songs of the […]


Jessica J. Lee: “On some level, there is an activist project behind my nature writing”

We spoke to award-winning writer Jessica J. Lee about her newest essay collection 'Dispersals' and why nature […]

Editor's column

Sublime views and national obsessions: Caspar David Friedrich at Alte Nationalgalerie

250 years since the birth of Caspar David Friedrich, Berlin's Alte Nationalgalerie is commemorating the artist with […]


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