Tag Archives: Cologne

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I love Germany

I find Germany incredibly beautiful! Old town of Bonn, Potsdam, Berlin, Lübeck, Cologne, Hamburg… these places are amazing! It all started many years ago thanks to my friends who lived in Germany and I simply fell in love with the country. I have really loved every place I have ever...
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Germans are my type of people

My name is Soheon Kim, I am 24 year old and I am from South Korea. I finished my Bachelor’s degree in one of the best universities there, with a major in Western history and minor in journalism. But even with such a notorious university and a couple of internships I was not...
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Passenger without handcuffs

Forrest Gump was right, life is like a box of chocolate and you never know what you are going to get. Last December I was travelling for work from Frankfurt to Ljubljana. I passed through the security gates and was waiting patiently to board until a twenty-year-old, handsome guy accompanied by two...
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Enjoy Cologne!

My name is Alessandro Ottaviani, I am Italian from a small town called Potenza Picena in the center of Italy. I studied Mechanical Engineering in Ancona and took Master’s Degree in 2008. In 2009 I moved to Florence to work for General Electric – a big plant with more than 4000...
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The best part of Multicoolty

The best part of our project is meeting so many people from all parts of the world and with different backgrounds. One day you meet a miner from Kazakhstan, the next day you interview an Italian photographer, then a Korean dancer, a famous American jazzman, a guy from Togo cleaning the streets...
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Life is beautiful

Life is beautiful in Cologne, you know. There are difficult times sometimes, but you always have to make the best of what comes and go ahead. I see you like  jewellery a lot? (Laughs – ed.) I used to work in a jewellery shop. It’s me. I am what I am. (Laughs –...
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Busy

Got a minute to answer our questions? Can’t you see?! I am busy, working…maybe later!
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Keep Cologne Weird

My name is Jennifer McDaniel. I’m a wife, mother, and animal lover. We are originally from Dallas, Texas USA. My husband’s job brought us to Germany. He was a pilot in the military so we were accustomed to moving. When his current job said Germany was an opportunity, we jumped...
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Semifinals

Spotted in Cologne Mediapark. Today the semifinal Germany against Brazil! We’re excited!
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A beautiful collision

I don’t think there’s another city in Germany that is as multikulti as Cologne. Here different cultures and religions are colliding – normally it works out just fine. However, we have to figure out some solution that fits everyone in situations where there’s a high potential of conflicts. What do...
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My home

I come from Turkey. I have lived here for 22 years. How is life in Cologne? Optimal. Why? Because people are not that arrogant. They have this positive attitude. You can have a friendly chat with everyone. Life is not that bad over here. It is actually very good. I...
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Cologne’s impressive history

Cologne’s impressive history really stood out for me as a visitor. The monumental and UNESCO landmark, Kölner Dom, is just the tip of the iceberg that can lead to exciting explorations throughout the city. I loved seeing the excavated and structural remains of the Roman Empire and walking through streets...
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Bored without international flare

My name is Inge and I am German from Cologne. Actually, Cologne and Nairobi are the places where I feel home. I used to be a foreign correspondent and lived in various countries like Scandinavia, Japan and Kenya. I was a promoter of my country abroad, I was very German,...
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Germans don’t beat about the bush

My name is Amy and I am English. My partner’s job brought us to Germany a year ago. Cologne, in comparison to Amsterdam, might be a bit gloomy and not so pleasant on the eye, but it does not disturb me anymore. The longer I stay the better it gets!...
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