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Selected Websites for this area

Business & Economy

Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology
The Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi) is the department concerned with encouraging, supporting and reviewing economic policy in Germany. Its aim is to ensure that Germany will be more competitive and more prosperous in the future.

The Local: Business
This website provides local and national news and features reports on Germany’s economy and businesses. With articles depicting current events in corporate structure, employment and other business issues.

Germany Office Rentals
Webscout can help you find the perfect serviced office, managed office accommodation or traditional office suite throughout Germany.


The German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation
The German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation is the German federal government’s central scientific authority for national nature conservation. The website provides information about the organisation’s activities, funding options, press releases and history.

PortalU - German Environmental Information Portal
PortalU is the German Environmental Information Portal and provides a compilation of databases and websites that focus on the environment. Federal and regional authorities and other public institutions are coordinated through this website and a wealth of resources and links allow the general public to have easy access to environmental information.

Science & Education

German Courses at ESL PROLOG-Berlin
An open and inviting atmosphere, the international mix of students and the cosmopolitan character of Berlin have all combined to impress thousands of language learners from more than 60 countries over the years.

Federal Ministry of Education and Research
The German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) endeavors to promote and encourage the talent of tomorrow. The BMBF website provides information on educational policies and research facilities in Germany.

University of Berlin
Freie Universität Berlin is a leading research institution and University of Europe. The website offers an inside look at the university, its courses and the campus, along with resources for students, the alumni and auxiliary businesses.

Arts & Creative

The Germanisches National museum
The Germanisches National museum was established in 1852 in Nuremberg, Germany. It boasts a significant collection of artifacts relating to German culture and art that extend from prehistoric times through to the present day. With current exhibitions of about 1.2 million objects, the Germanisches National museum is Germany's largest museum of cultural history.
This website is a portal and database for cultural services in Germany. It contains a wealth of resources on heritage, media, performing, architecture and language topics.

Indigosummer Silk Painting
Based in Frankfurt, Ivancica Smith is the artist and owner of Indigosummer Silk Painting where you can view her gallery of artworks, view her exhibitions and even learn about art at her home-run creative workshops. She also offers therapeutic work, such as energy healing (Reiki) and massages at her private practice.

Exploring the Region

German National Tourist Board
The National Tourism Board has worked with the Federal Government for over 60 years with the aim of promoting tourism in Germany. This website contains information about travel destinations, culture and current events and recreational activities.

This website offers international visitors a link to Germany, promoting intercultural dialogue, European perspectives and culture to a worldwide audience. The website offers information about business, economic indicators, travel destinations, tourist links and national statistics.