Advanced German: Regional landscapes
Advanced German: Regional landscapes

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Advanced German: Regional landscapes


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Teil 5 Heiligendamm: Wienefeld, K. ‘Heiligendamm, das älteste Seebad Deutschlands’, Das Sonntagsblatt, 26.4.96, S. 37; Teil 7 Der Bodensee: Siebenhaar, H.-P. (2008) Bodensee, Michael Muller Verlag GmbH; Teil 9 Aufbruch in Wilhelmshaven: coverage “Jeversches Wochenblatt”: Courtesy of Brune-Mettcker Druck- und Verlagsgesellschaft GmbH; Teil 11 Heimat – Max Frisch: Frisch, M. ‘Die Schweiz als Heimat?’ © Suhrkamp Verlag Frankfurt am Main 1990; Teil 12 Heimat – Peter Sandmeyer: Sandmeyer, P. ‘Was ist Heimat?’, Stern, 51 (2004), Grüner und Jahr AG & Co KG/Picture Press.


Course image: © Gerrit Warnking,; © chipsmitmayo,; Teil 1 Landschaften kennenlernen: Aletsch-Gletscher: © Klaus-Dieter Rossade; Teil 2 Landschaftsbilder: Bastei, Sächsische Schweiz: © Martin Hey/Flickr; Eifel: © Robert Müller / Flickr; Münstertal, Schwarzwald: © Jörg Bandell / Flickr; Tuxertal: © Wolfgang Innichler, / gallery.php; Innsbruck: © Gavin Hellier, Robert Harding/Corbis; Rügen: © Holger Raukuttis;Teil 5 Heiligendamm: Gruppenfoto: © Press and Information Office of the Federal Government / REGIERUNGonline / Bolesch;Teil 6 Naturgebiet, Industriegebiet: Das Ruhrgebiet © Michael Utech /; Teil 7 Der Bodensee: © Joerg Borkowsky; Teil 9 Aufbruch in Wilhelmshaven: Aerial photo of harbour: © Foto-Design Klaus Schreiber; „Schönen Ruß...“: ©,; Teil 11 Heimat – Max Frisch: Max Frisch: ©; Pfannenstiel bei Zürich: © janicke73,


Teil 4 Eine ostfriesische Insel: Spiekeroog map: By kind permission “Nationalparkverwaltung Niedersächsisches Wattenmeer”, (Administration of Lower Saxony Wadden Sea National Park); Teil 11 Heimat – Max Frisch: Füssli, J. H. ‘Die drei Eidgenossen beim Schwur auf dem Rütli (Rütlischwur)’. Reproduced under GNU Free documentation,


Teil 9 Aufbruch in Wilhelmshaven: Aufbruch in Wilhelmshaven: Oceanis Underwaterworld; JadeWeserPort Realisierungs GmbH & Co. KG; An Angel Eye Media Ltd production for the Open University 2009.

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