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The Middle East is everywhere. Also in Wittlich in the Eifel

To get from the northern Eifel to Wittlich, you have to drive through the small community of Bongard, which is home to 256 inhabitants and has six cultural monuments.

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The Eifel Literature Festival 2014 takes stock

The 2014 Eifel literature festival in Wittlich came to an end with a reading event by bestselling author Frank Schätzing. Accompanied by sound effects, Schätzing read in front of more than 1100 listeners from his latest novel “Breaking News”.

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Breaking New

To get from the northern Eifel to Wittlich, you have to drive through the small community of Bongard, which is home to 256 inhabitants and has six cultural monuments. Bongard lies between the two blind ends of the Eifel autobahn, which is languishing for a few more decades towards completion.

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Ears cinema to the finale

(Wittlich) bestselling author Frank Schätzing gave the 11th Eifel Literature Festival an impressive finale. In front of 1140 visitors at the Eventum Wittlich, he staged a reading from his current thriller "Breaking News" as a multimedia cinema for the ears. There was also music by the Israeli singer Ofrin.

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Cinema for the ears - Frank Schätzing in Wittlich

Best-selling author Frank Schätzing gave the 11th Eifel Literature Festival a final with a bang. In front of around 1200 visitors at the Eventum Wittlich, he staged a reading from his current thriller “Breaking News” as an ear cinema with Dolby surround effects.

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Frank Schätzing live in Wittlich

The time has come on October 24th: The last event of the Eifel Literature Festival 2014 will take place in the Eventum in Wittlich. The bestselling author Frank Schätzing is a guest and offers “Cinema for the ears” for his latest thriller “Breaking News”.

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Record attendance at Anselm Grün

It shows 1500 visitors to the Eifel Literature Festival the way to inner peace

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Rest means being in the moment

With a topic that moves many people today, Father Anselm Grün set a new visitor record at the Eifel Literature Festival. In the sold-out Eventum Wittlich, he spoke to 1,500 guests about ways to find inner peace. Like his appearance at the opening of the festival, this one moved with its spiritual power.

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The rest of God

Never before have so many people in Germany had so much free time. It is not long ago that only the rich and powerful enjoyed the luxury of leisure and that day laborers and servants were not even allowed to attend church on Sundays because their labor was constantly needed. Today the work is regulated. Everyone has a documented right to free time.

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Law and morality - people between good and bad

BITBURG. Ferdinand von Schirach started his current reading tour through Germany with an appearance at the Eifel Literature Festival. He surprised the 730 guests in the sold-out town hall Bitburg with satirical humor, but above all gave them plenty of material to discuss and think about. In stories and essays, he addressed exciting questions of legal philosophy.

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Great Goethe evening with Safranski

Rüdiger Safranski lets guests of the Eifel Literature Festival immerse themselves in Goethe's life

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Role model for a successful life

(Bitburg) Rüdiger Safranski read from his bestseller "Goethe, Artwork of Life" at the Eifel Literature Festival in the town hall of Bitburg. He gave the 450 visitors not only a vivid picture of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, but also food for thought for their own lives. He also gave insights into the work of the biographer.

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A Goethe made of flesh and blood

BITBURG. With a reading from his bestselling biography “Goethe, Artwork of Life”, Rüdiger Safranski conveyed a lively picture of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe at the Eifel Literature Festival. His substantial lecture in the town hall Bitburg gave the 450 visitors impulses, what everyone can learn for themselves from the life of the poet and universal genius. He also gave insights into the work of the biographer.

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Time runs backwards

1913. Josef Zierden is the initiator and organizer of the Eifel Literature Festival, which has been taking place every two years in the Vulkaneifel since 1998.

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Yesterday was 1913: Florian Illies reads at the Eifel Literature Festival

(Daun) With a lively and humorous journey through the lives of artists and writers in the previous year of the First World War, Florian Illies thrilled 530 visitors to the Eifel Literature Festival in the Forum Daun. This year it was the only reading by the writer from his bestseller "1913" in Germany.

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