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Discover Germany  |  Culture  |  Culture Calendar documenta 14, Kassel (until 17 September) There is still time to visit one of the most important exhibitions of the world: the famous documenta. 160 international artists present works at more than 30 different sites, public institutions, squares, cinemas, and university locations. www.documenta14.de/en

Festival of German Film, Ludwigshafen am Rhein (until 17 September) The second-biggest German film festival (after the Berlinale) takes places on a scenic little Rhine island and celebrates the best of German filmmaking. Each year, the top of the top of Germany’s film scene get together and mingle with international film geeks in this beautiful setting. www.festival-des-deutschen-films.de

Zermatt Impulse 2016. Photo: © 4478 Events GmbH

Reeperbahn Festival, Hamburg. Photo: © Florian Trykowski

Reeperbahn Festival, Hamburg (20 – 23 September) Germany’s biggest club festival happens in Hamburg’s infamous red light district around St. Pauli. Around 600 events in over 70 different venues make for a diverse mix of concerts, art, workshops and crafts in the heart of Hamburg. www.reeperbahnfestival.com/en

Zermatt Impulse, Zermatt (21 – 24 September) This is a perfect event for mountain lovers! Zermatt Impulse offers a platform for inspiration, entertainment and exchange of ideas. Films, interviews and panel discussions invite the audience to connect, share and exchange new ideas and experiences all around the mountain. www.zermatt-impulse.ch

Waves Vienna, Vienna (28 – 30 September) Waves Vienna is the city’s first club and showcase festival. The city’s most significant clubs, unique off-locations, and public spaces turn into the site of the Waves Vienna Festival. Under the motto ‘East meets West’, various international alternative, electronic, rock, and club acts perform and local artists complete the programme. There are lectures, panels and workshops, which aim to inspire Pan-European collaborations. www.wavesvienna.com 104  |  Issue 54  |  September 2017

GolfMountain. Photo: © Adelboden Tourismus, swiss-image.ch, Paul Severn