Alexandra Back In Service

109-year old passenger steam ship back in Flensburg Harbor after “Heart Transplant” in Husum. FLENSBURG/ HUSUM- It has been four months, since Flensburg’s iconic ship, “the Alexandra” disappeared from the dock area Schiffsbrücke, located near the Rum and Ship Museum (Schiffahrtmuseum). The 109-year old steamship, built in 1908 by Janssen & Schmilinsky, is the last saloon ship…
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JC Insurance Now Offers Insurance Coverage

LUTHERSTADT-EISLEBEN, GERMANY:  Indulgence, the one way ticket to Heaven without having to do hard labor at the Purgatory. According to Catholic tradition, when a person passes on, he/she is taken to the Purgatory where the determination of his destination is dependent on the number and degree of sins the person committed during his/her life time.…
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Flensburg Second

Since Donald Trump has taken office as President of the United States, he has been keeping his promise of ensuring that America goes first before all other countries, thus upsetting not only his counterparts in Europe and Asia, but also his fellow countrymen at home and even some members of his own party, many of…
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2017: The Year Of Luther

Many people know that the Lutheran Church was named after a monk who presented 95 Theses to the Catholic Church and as end result, was expelled by the pope in 1517. Yet what do we know about Martin Luther and his life? And how has his teachings influenced the Lutheran Church to this day? And…
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Genre Of The Week: Last Note Of Freedom By David Coverdale And Meryl Streep

On a crisp, cold morning, one man takes his dog through the valley. All covered in masks and coat, he searches for answers after facing heartbreak- a heartbreak of biblical proportions with more questions than answers. The only way to go on is going up. The question is how. As 20 January, 2017 approaches us,…
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