On the Harz-Brockenbahn Service route in Saxony-Anhalt, snow drifts buried a train causing rescue crews to work tirelessly around the clock to set it free. Parked cars became little mountains and hills due to the thick snow cover. Heavy, wet and sometimes sticky snow on trees caused many to fall under their own weight and their branches to break.
Forests were blocked off in many parts of the Ore and Fichtel Mountains for safety reasons. Nearly a half meter of snow fell and drifts were up to a meter in height. Yet Schneeberg normally receives half of what Oberwiesenthal near the Czech Border receives for snow. And as seen in the videos above, the city near the Fichtelberg got three times as much snow, plus drifts of up to meters high. However, it will be short-lived, for another front in the coming week will bring more snow and high winds to Germany, thus excacerbating the situation in the mountain regions.
A cold front will then come and drop temperatures to well below freezing. For those who are tired of the snow already, hang tight, we will be in for a rough ride. The Files will keep you posted on the latest on the Snowpocalypse in Germany. Yet a guide on how to survive a winter like this is in the making and will be posted here. Stay tuned. You can click here for more information.
I found one of the pieces that combines foreign language and humor together. The link to the original can be found here. Although the German language may seem harsh and hard at first, it is filled with humorous expressions many of them food-related. See for yourself! Since yesterday, the results of the Ammann Awards have been available. Many bridges in Germany brought home some hardware, including many from Saxony and one in Berlin.
Click here to see the results! This blog is the result of an idea that's in my head for already quite a time.
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I love languages, cultures, travel and lifestyle topics and would like to write articles about interesting topics related to these topics. This blog is more a project that I start for myself. Da stehen mir die Haare zu Berge. Hello everybody! Since I have been learning English as a second language myself for almost 20 years now I know how difficult it is to learn a language other than your native one. Thus, I am always willing to keep my explanations about German grammar comprehensible and short. Further, I am inclined to encourage you to speak German in every situation.
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