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Exploring the nature, landscape and people on the former border between East and West Germany.
October 20, 2013
Andreas travels from the nature-oriented river Elbe to the Baltic Sea, one of the most impressive natural areas in Germany.
Andreas travels to the German metropolis of Berlin, which stands in stark contrast to the natural countryside.
Andreas climbs The Harz, the highest mountain range in Northern Germany, where the ruling lynx roam freely.
Andreas goes gliding in the Wasserkuppe, visits the Black Moor and enjoys the view from Germany's highest salt mountain.
Wildlife filmmaker Andreas Kieling hikes along the former border between East and West Germany, now a green chain of nature reserves. Here he discovers the treasures of nature and a people with a rich history.
September 4, 2013
Helicopter footage shows a bird's-eye view of Germany's North and Baltic coasts.
An examination of Germany's water worlds includes extreme slow-motion footage of dragonflies and kingfishers.
Germany's forests are photographed from spectacular angles from hot-air balloons and miniature helicopters.
A look at how coal mining has shaped the landscape of Germany's Lusatia region.
The wildlife wonders of Berlin are explored.
Germany's mountainous landscapes are highlighted, including the animals that reside there.
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