RMDFA29Y–Boris Becker and Lilly celebrate their wedding in a church in St. Moritz on the 12th of June in 2009.
RM2A84RPM–Berliners and people from all over Germany celebrate with sparklers on the Berlin Wall on November 11th 1989. After the GDR leadership had opened some border crossing points, millions of east Germans traveled to the west for short trips. (dpa / IPA / Fotogramma, Berlin - 2014-10-17) ps the photo is usable in respect of the context in which it was taken, and without defamatory intent of the decorum of the people represented Editorial Usage Only
RMDFA3K6–German Formula 1 champion Michael Schumacher holds up his trophy after his victory of the Grand Prix of Japan on the 10th of October in 2004. He was elected 'sportsman of the century'.
RMDFA324–On 30 June 2003, a bill sticker with the inscription 'Shopping und bummeln Samstags bis 20 Uhr' (translated as 'Shopping and strolling on Saturdays until 8pm') in the shopping centre 'Allee-Center' in Magdeburg promotes the reform in the retail trade.
RMDFA0YF–Farin Urlaub (l) and Bela B. of the German band 'Die Ärzte' are on stage in Trier on the 14th of November in 2007.
RMDFA46W–Presenter Johannes B. Kerner and 'race pig Rudi' during his show on the 13th of March in 2007.
RMDFA4FM–German cyclist Trixi Worrack is pictured during the World Cycling Championships 2006 women's elite time-trial in Salzburg, Austria, Wednesday, 20 September 2006. Worrack finished the 26.12km route in ninth position and missed a medal. Photo: Gero Breloer
RMDFA481–Former minister president Heide Simonis participates in the dance show 'Let's Dance' on the 8th of April in 2006.
RMDFA47F–Actor Oliver Pocher on the 2nd of October in 2006 in Cologne.
RMDFA464–A climber appears like a dwarf as he climbs along an oversized poster of Michael Ballack on the 7th of June in 2006.
RMDFA480–Picture of piles of rubbish in Stuttgart on the 20th of March in 2006 in the seventh week of strike of the rubbish collectors.
RMDFA3KE–Gesine Schwan, candidate for the elections of the German president, on the 14th of May in 2004in front of the Reichstag in Berlin.
RMDFA28N–Actress Heike Makatsch in the talk show 'III nach Neun' on the 20th of March in 2009 in Bremen.
RMDFA27F–Members of the Bomb disposal team work near the stadium in St. Pauli on the 16th of August in 2007, where several bottles with an unknown liquid had been found.
RMDFA284–Minister president of Lower Saxony Christian Wulff during an interview in Hannover on the 29th of June in 2007.
RMDFA465–Two Dutch soccer fans stand in front of the camper at a camping ground. Up to 1,500 Dutch soccer fans accompany their team to Germany to watch the matches of the soccer world championship 2006.
RMDFA46E–Two visitors of the 15th Wave Gotik meeting in Leipzig on the 4th of June in 2006.
RMDFA4FK–A black swan is in love with a pedal boat in the shape of a white swan on the 23rd of May in 2006.
RMDFA451–'Fuchs' armoured reconnaissance vehicles of the German Federal Armed Forces drive through Kabul on the 12th of June in 2004.
RMDFA297–Mourners and candles in front of the Albertville school in Winnenden on the 15th of March in 2009, where Tim K. had shot fifteen people and himself on the 11th of March in 2009.
RMDFA2A4–Picture of the stock index of the DAX (German share index) with its low level on the 3rd of March in 2009 in Frankfurt am Main.
RMDFA29J–Music producer Dieter Bohlen is guest at the show '25 years RTL' on the 10th of January in 2009.
RMDFA46P–Cabaret artist Urban Priol performs at the ZDF live show 'People 2006' on the 3rd of December in 2006.
RMDFA47E–Folk music couple Stefanie Hertel and Stefan Mross on the 26th of September in 2006.
RMDFA46F–Actress couple Jan Josef Liefers and Anna Loos after the opening match Germany-Costa Rica during the Soccer World Championship on the 9th of June in 2006 at the media meeting 'talk@night' in Munich.
RMDFA47T–German actress Hannelore Hoger during a talk show on the 14th of February in 2006.
RMDFA3HB–Children bathe in two industrial containers who have been re-organised as swimming pools in the middle of the area of the old cokery Zollverein in Essen on the 6th of August in 2003.
RMDFA46N–Two signs read 'Why?' and 'Again' on the 11th of October in 2006 in front of a house, where a boy of two and a half years was found dead in a fridge.
RMDFA47N–Nina Hagen and Otto Waalkes during the photocall of the film 'Seven Dwarfs' in Berlin.
RMDFA473–Former German chancellor receives the Konrad Adenauer Award on the 18th of February in 2006 in Frankfurt am Main.
RMDFA3KF–Actor Johannes Heesters, photographed in Berlin on the 7th of June in 2004.
RMDFA3MF–(dpa) - German boxer Markus Beyer is bleeding as he goes to the ground for the second time during the World Boxing Council WBC Supermiddleweight title bout with his Australian opponent Danny Green in Nuerburgring, Germany, 16 August 2003. Beyer was declared winner after referees disqualified Green for pushing Beyer in the face with his head.
RMDFA3J7–View of flooded Dresden on the 17th of August in 2002.
RMDFA3KN–(dpa) - XIX Winter Olympic Games: The gold medal winners of the Biathlon - Relay Women (l-r) Uschi Disl, Karin Apel, Kati Wilhelm und Andrea Henkel are radiantly presenting their goldmedals at the presentation ceremony on 18.2.2002 at the Medal Plaza in Salt Lake City. They won their eighth gold medal for Germany, leaving Norway and Russia behind.
RMDFA29C–German chancellor Angela Merkel under the writing 'Economy 2009' after the talks of German trade associations in the International Congress Centre in Munich on the 13th of March in 2009.
RMDFA296–The picture shows a branch of the department store chain Hertie in Wesseling on 11 February 2009. Hertie had registered as insolvent at the end of July in 2008. Photo: Rolf Vennenbernd dpa/lnw +++(c) dpa - Report+++
RMDFA0YT–Journalists photgraph trhe G8 heads of state and governements in Heiigendamm, Germany, 07 June 2007. Photo: Peter Kneffel
RMDFA27D–Soldiers of the Federal Armed Forces carry a coffin at the airport in Cologne on the 23rd of May in 2007. Thee soldiers, who were killed in Afghanistan, are honoured with a funeral service.
RMDFA46X–Place of discovery of the dead body of a newborn girl on the 22nd of march in 2007. The mother, who threw the girl out of the window and killed it, was arrested.
RMDFA46M–Comedian Hape Kerkeling as 'Horst Schlemmer' on the 10th of October in 2006 during the awarding ceremony of the German Comedy Award in Cologne.
RMDFA4H0–Three students show a sticker with Pope Benedict's picte and the writing 'We are Pope' on the 9th of September in 2006.
RMDFA3H9–The shelf in a shop of the drugstore chain dm in Karlsruhe on 21 October 2003. The chain dm grows noticably. In the financial year 2002/03 (30 September), dm increased its turnover by 9,8 percent to 2,86 billion euro.
RMDFA27P–First female professional referee Bibiana Steinhaus answers questions at a press conference in Frankfurt am Main on the 18th of June in 2007.
RMDFA47P–Boxer Wladimir Klitschko (l) and Ray Austin (r) during their world championship fight in Mannheim on the 10th of March in 2007.
RMDFA466–Chairman of the FDP, Guido Westerwelle, on the 20th of October in 2006.
RMDFA4G8–On the occasion of the soccer world championship 2006, family Arnold has painted their house in the German national colours on the 13th of June in 2006.
RMDFA45K–(dpa) - German Jan Ullrich (L) of Team Bianchi congratulates US Postal-Berry Floor's Lance Armstrong from the US, who wears the overall leader's yellow jersey, during the 20th stage of the 2003 Tour de France cycling race in Ville-d'Avray, France, 27 July 2003. In the backgournd Russia's Vjatceslav Ekimov. The race's final stage to Paris is traditionally a ceremonial ride in which no one challenges the overall lead. So barring disaster, Armstrong will match Miguel Indurain's record of five consecutive victories in cycling's most prestigious event. Ullrich is placed second in the general standi
RMDDEW4W–Journalist Alice Schwarzer (picture from the 1990s).
RMDFA283–Josef Ackermann, the chief executive of the Deutsche Bank, announces the balance sheet figures in Frankfurt on the Main, archive photograph from 07 February 2008. Photo: Boris Roessler dpa/lhe +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
RMDFA27N–The manager of Volkswagen Nutzfahrzeuge (utility vehicles), Stephan Schaller, is standing next to the VW Transporter 'Bulli' from 1962 in Hannover on Wednesday, 25 July 2007. Photo: Peter Steffen dpa/lni +++(c) dpa - Report+++
RMDFA27W–Water cannons are used against surrendering demonstrators near Heiligendamm, Germany, 07 June 2007. Photo: Kay Nietfeld
RMDFA4FB–Feminist and publisher of the magazine 'Emma' Alice Schwarzer during a press conference on the 15th of December in 2006.
RMDFA45D–Actress Iris Berben on the 6th of September in 2005.
RMDFA3KB–CSU chairman Edmund Stoiber on the 11th of July in 2005 at a press conference in Berlin.
RMDFA3K4–Counter-demonstrators protest against a demonstration of the right-wing extremist party NPD in Dresden on the 13th of February in 2005. Several hundred neo-Nazis gathered on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the bombing of Dresden, during which the city had been severly destroyed and 35,000 people had died.
RMDFA4FR–Nina Hagen at the after show party of Udo Lindenberg and his orchestra in Berlin.
RME1XY35–German chancellor Angela Merkel welcomes US president Barack Obama in Baden-Baden on the 3rd of April in 2009, where the NATO summit will take place.
RMDFA28B–German chancellor Angela Merkel welcomes US president Barack Obama in Baden-Baden on the 3rd of April in 2009, where the NATO summit will take place.
RMDFA2AB–A man tanks up his car at a Aral gas station in Munich (Upper Bavaria) on Tuesday, 02 July 2008 (illustration). In Germany, the gas prices are at their highest level for weeks now. Photo: Andreas Gebert dpa/lby (to dpa 0298 from 03.07.2008) +++(c) dpa - picture transmission+++
RMDFA28J–German fans cheer during the public viewing event in Hamburg on the 19th of June in 2008 on the occasion of the quarter final of the European championship 2008.
RMDFA0YY–Former German tennis player Steffi Graf, photographed at the German Media Award 2007 on the 24th of February in 2008.
RMDFA47K–The central station in Berlin has to be closed on the 19th of January in 2007. A steel joist had broken away due to hurricane 'Kyrill' the night before.
RMDFA482–A punk and a Dalmatian dog enjoy the evening sun on the 26th of April in 2006 in Berlin.
RMDFA3KG–Singer Herbert Grönemeyer performs at the 14th Echo Award on the 2nd of April in 2005.
RMDFA3M3–A young woman walks past an advertisement poster which asks people to use condoms to prevent AIDS on the 9th of February in 2005.
RMDFA3KJ–German folk singer Andrea Berg during a concert in Dresden on the 2nd of November in 2004.
RMDFA3K0–Presenter and entertainer Günther Jauch, photographed on the 19th of September in 2004.
RMDFA32F–The chief executive of the BASF, Jürgen Hambrecht, is standing in front of the new logo of the company during a press conference in Ludwigshafen on 10 December 2003.
RMDC96WH–SPD politician and German president (from 1969 to 1974) Gustav Heinemann with his wife Hilda (undated).
RMDFA4FD–Teachers and pupils commemorate Mitja on the 15th of March in 2007, who was abused and killed on the 22nd of February in 2007. The children fixed notes on balloons and let them rise to the sky. Mitja would have celebrated his 10th birthday.
RMDFA46T–Jan Ullrich, who is accused of doping, ends his career on the 26th of February in 2007.
RMDFA4G7–A girl with veil (staged picture) in the class room on the 4th of April in 2006.
RMDFA45M–Franz Beckenbauer speaks at his birthday party on the 17th of September in 2005 in Munich.
RMDFA3MJ–TV presenter Sabine Christiansen in front of her new designed studio set on the 16th of September in 2005.
RMDFA3HR–Fashion icon Rudolph Moshammer and his dog Daisy at 'Holiday on Ice' on the 9th of December in 2003.
RMDFA3JA–Two clownfish on the 18th of November in 2003. The fish have become famous after the animation movie 'Finding Nemo'.
RMDFA2YF–German foreign minister Joschka Fischer (r) and his US colleague Colin Powell during a press conference on the 16th of May in 2003.
RMDFA2YJ–The European committees of the Bundestag and French National Assembly meet on the 25th of February in 2003 in Stuttgart for their first joint public session.
RMDFA3J3–The Euro symbol is photographed with a turning effect in front of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany, 28 December 2002. One year after the introduction of the euro notes, the majority of the Germans mourns after the D-mark referring to a survey of the EU Commission. Keywords: Business, Economy Business and Finance, currency, money, euro, night view, illuminated, stars
RMDC96X9–SPD politician and German president (from 1969 to 1974) Gustav Heinemann (undated).
RMDFA0YP–A G8 protester dressed up as a clown peeks through a row of riot police personnel at a rally at on the occasion of 'Migration Day' in Rostock, Germany, 4 June 2007. The G8 summit will take place in Heiligendamm from 06 to 08 of June. Photo: Jan Woitas
RMDFA477–A writing in a female student's cleavage says 'Prostituting to be able to study' during a demonstration on the 31st of May in 2005 against university tuition fees.
RMDFA462–A map of Dresden in the flooded inner city of Dresden on the 3rd of April in 2006.
RMDFA4GH–Electronic speed limits show a laughing or smiling smilie, photographed on the 13th of January in 2006.
RMDFA472–Actress and presenter Esther Schweins on the 5th of January in 2006.
RMDFA45R–German professional cyclist Erich Zabel cheers after his victory of the six day race of Munich on the 15th of November in 2005.
RMDFA3K1–A cloud of steam in the sunlight in Stuttgart at the heat power station on the 16th of January in 2005.
RMDFA3M2–View of the Palace of the Republic in Berlin, photographed on the 1st of October in 2004.
RMDFA3HY–German police officers wait for a rally at Brandenburg Gate of Berlin, Germany, 15 March 2004. Photo: Stephanie Pilick
RMDFA32D–The planet Mars can be seen as brightest point in the sky on the 27th of August in 2003. It had not been as near as that since 60,000 years.
RMDFA286–The first books are brought back to the refurbished Anna Amalia library on the 1st of October in 2007 three years after the devestating fire.
RMDFA103–The first 333 graduates of the International University in Bremen throw up their traditional hats on the 1st of June in 2007 during their graduation celebration.
RMDFA468–A group of elderly women is walking with nordic walking sticks on the 19th of April in 2007.
RMDFA46K–Actors Oliver Kalkofe, Joachim Fuchsberger and Bastian Pastewka (l-r) during the shooting of the Edgar Wallace parody 'Neues vom Wixxer' on the 21st of June in 2006.
RMDFA483–Students demonstrate against the planned university tuition fees on the 16th of May in 2006 in Wiesbaden.
RMDFA47Y–A woman walks past a bar called 'Hartz Vier' near the employment agency in Leipzig. The name alludes to the job market reform 'Hartz Vier'.
RMDFA3M7–Inhabitants of Frankfurt Oder commemorate the nine killed babies on the 11th of August in 2005. The mother is accused of having killed the babies shortly after the childbirth.
RMDFA3M1–A man waits outside the office in the job centre to hand in his application for unemployment benefit on the 7th of September in 2004.
RMDFA326–A woman carries one plastic bag of the discounter 'Lidl' and one of 'Aldi' in Cologne on 17 November 2003. Germany's second-biggest discounter Lidl is no longer overshadowed by the industry's number one Aldi.
RMDFA3KC–(dpa) - Two techno fans dance in front of the memorial church waiting for the 15th annual Love Parade to beginn in Berlin, Germany, 12 July 2003. Half a million scantily clad ravers danced through the heart of Berlin to the throbbing beat of the Love Parade, billed as the world's biggest techno dance party. Pulsing music from 26 sound trucks reverberated as the parade of writhing bodies made its way along the broad boulevard through the Tiergarten park between two Berlin landmarks - Brandenburg Gate in the east, and the 1870 Victory Column in the west. In peak years 1.5 million ravers danced t
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