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Learn German in the southern region of Austria in the city of Klagenfurt.
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HEIMAT abroad is supporting German speaking expats moving to the US or already living in the US by providing a platform to learn more about barriers and challenges when moving to the US. HEIMAT abroad magazine is a great resource for expats and German-Americans alike. Our topics cover German culture and events in the US, news from Germany, interviews, lifestyle articles, company spotlights and so much more. In each edition readers will find our “Expat-Spezial” series, where we give tips and resources regarding “Living in America”.
Boulder School for German Language and Culture
Offering German language classes for adults and children as well as summer camps.
Learn German in South Denver
Monika MacCarter offers private German lessons in South Denver. She has many years experience with teaching children and adults. Email her for more info at email@example.com.
The Schweiger Ranch is a homestead, founded by the Austrian Schweiger brothers in 1874. It was carefully restaurated and is now open for the public with guided public tours and lots of events throughout the year.
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