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did deutsch-institut newsletter 02|10
Carnival | Homestay Courses | Discover Aschaffenburg | Discover Cologne | Discover Nuremberg
Helau Friend!
Valentine's Day Special
And so you would be greeted in most German cities during the fifth season of the yearCarnival or Mardi Gras. The various traditions and customs preceding Lent are also called Fasching in German, and are meant to drive winter away through lighthearted festivities that include fantastic costumes and sweet treats.

In the two main Carnival strongholds, Cologne and Mainz, you will experience a lively German Carnival with exciting celebrations, spectacular parades and magnificent costumes. Both cities can be easily reached by train from the did deutsch-institut Frankfurt and the did deutsch-institut Wiesbaden.

In addition to Carnival, the did deutsch-institut has another highlight in store for February, 2010. Participants who register for a course at one of our four institutes on February 14th or 15th can bring a Valentine partner along who will receive a 50% tuition discount on the same course as that originally booked.

Any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us at office@did.de
Summer Homestay Courses for Juniors
Starting Dates 2010 Aschaffenburg Augsburg Cologne Nuremberg
German Courses
for Juniors


12-16 years
27.06. - 31.07.


14-17 years
20.06 - 28.08.


14-17 years
27.06. - 14.08.


14-17 years
27.06. - 31.07.

The table gives an overview of the age groups, durations and starting dates. Following that, you will find further in­for­ma­tion regarding Aschaffenburg, Cologne and Nuremberg.
For information regarding Augsburg, have a look at the January, 2010 newsletter.
27.06.
04.07.
11.07.
18.07.
20.06.
27.06.
04.07.
11.07.
18.07.
25.07.
01.08.
08.08.
15.08.
27.06.
04.07.
11.07.
18.07.
25.07.
01.08.
27.06.
04.07.
11.07.
18.07.
Summer Residence Courses for Juniors
Junior Summer Center Aschaffenburg Junior Summer Center Cologne Junior Summer Center Nuremberg
Discover
Aschaffenburg

Although Aschaffenburg only has a population of 65,000, this small town on the Main river can be as easily accessed as Paris or London because of its close proximity to the Frankfurt airport, only 40 miles east. A journey to Aschaffenburg along with a visit to the Pompejanum and the castles of Johannisburg is always a special experience. Once you've arrived in the city of Aschaffenburg, you'll never want to leave.
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Discover
Cologne

632 years passed before the construction of the most visited sight in Germany, the Cologne cathedral, was completed. Today, the church is a major attraction at 157 meters in height with room for 20,000 people. The famous Cologne landmark is surrounded by small lanes with many restaurants, cafés and clubs. And enjoying an ice cream while cooling your feet in the Rhine river is so relaxing!
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Discover
Nuremberg

If it had been popular in the Middle Ages to book a language course in Germany, Nuremberg would have been the place to be, as it was considered to be one of the richest and most beautiful commercial centers in Europe. Nowadays, Nuremberg is a vibrant and modern big city, but you can still feel its great historical importance – magnificent patrician houses, palaces and churches are evidence of that.
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LTM Star Awards 2006, 2007 and 2009

For the third time — following the years 2006 and 2007 — did deutsch-institut has been awarded the LTM Star Award German Language School 2009.

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