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If you are longing for a scholarly experience with a side of wanderlust, you may be excited to learn that you can actually apply to study in Germany for free

According to the Studying in Germany website, a decision that was made back in 2014 allows international students attending public universities in Germany to avoid paying tuition fees.

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A large wooden sculpture of a penis — or a woody, if you may — is the latest monument to vanish without a trace.

The 7-foot-tall phallas atop Grünten mountain in Germany, called Holzpenis, disappeared over the weekend and police were left scratching their heads. 

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December is officially here, which means most of the Christmas events we've been looking forward to are just days away. Christkindlmarkt in New Braunfels is one of those events and begins this Friday, December 6 at 5 p.m.

You'll have two days to enjoy this German-inspired market near San Antonio, and with all of the new vendors they've recently announced, there's more of a reason to stop by than ever before.

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Texas truly has a culture of its own, and part of it comes from the fact that the state is able to respectfully celebrate cultures from all over the world. This time of year is practically reserved for German-inspired festivities, and you won't hear any complaints about that coming from our end. A German Christmas market in Austin is taking place early next month, and it's going to be one for the books!

On Saturday, December 7 from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. the German-Texan Heritage Society is hosting its annual German-Texan Christmas Market. 

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Now that the month of November is in full swing, German-inspired festivals in Texas have been coming and going faster than we can keep track of. We're here to inform you that there are actually still plenty to look forward to, especially near Houston. A German Christmas market that doubles as a festival each year will be back in Houston this December, with more than they've had any year before.

Tomball German Christmas Market, also known as Tomball German Festival, starts on Friday, December 13 and ends Sunday, December 15. With the fest being open all three days you're given plenty of time to stop by, and we couldn't be more grateful!

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