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You Are Here – Nürnberg

You Are Here Nürnberg – new mug from Germany. Again we see local variant of the name (English version is Nuremberg).
The front of this colorful mug is filled with multiple landmark buildings. Among those we can see Nuremberg Castle a group of medieval fortified buildings which is considered to be one of Europe’s most formidable medieval fortifications.
On the back they placed the lion, representing Nuremberg ZooRead more

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You Are Here Christmas – Berlin 2

Alright, so there were definitely rumors circulating and even a controversial press-release photo of the new You Are Here Christmas Berlin mug which was blue inside! I didn’t want to add that to the site, since I needed a real picture, which we now have. Just a reminder, this is the fourth Christmas YAH with second version this year (previously confirmed Paris, Moscow and London). Waiting for Prague!… Read more

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Yau Are Here – Dusseldorf

Another mug from Germany – You Are Here Dusseldorf. The total count of German mugs comes to eight. Again we see local variant of writing the name, with the O modified with what is known as an “umlaut mark”.
Dusseldorf is the seventh most populous city in Germany and an international business and financial centre known for fashion and trade fairs.
I only see some buildings, the river Rhine and red carnival cap for Rhenish Carnival celebrations held every year in February / March
I see no trace of Rheinturm – a 240.5 metre high concrete telecommunications tower.… Read more

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Icon – Oktoberfest 5

I was pretty sure no Icons will be released anymore, since You Are Here series is replacing them. Yet Starbucks doesn’t give up. The never seen before Icon has hit shelves in Munich. I hope you still have the place for Icons in your cabinets – who knows, maybe it’s not the end for this long living and loved by many collectors series.… Read more

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You Are Here – Koln

I was away for some time and missed to report two new YAH releases that hit Starbucks stores in Germany. A week before that happened, those were spotted at the US military base. Please meet Koln and Dresden. Interesting enough, Starbucks decided to use German version of the name instead of English (Cologne).
Koln is the the fourth-largest city in Germany (after Berlin, Hamburg, and Munich). So far visible elements from the mug are Hohenzollern Bridge and Cologne CathedralRead more

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Icon – Karneval 2

This Icon mug came from Karneval, Germany. Red is used as its theme color. Karneval writing can be seen on the front of the mug and Funkenmariechen on the back.
This mug is pretty common.
Countries of production: Taiwan… Read more

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You Are Here Ornament – Berlin

Starbacks You Are Here Ornament family continues to grow. Welcome new mug from Europe – YAH Ornament Berlin. This mini mug is a complete copy of regular version of the mug. The full description of images from the mug can be found at the Christmas version of the mug page. We see:
Reichstag building
Fernsehturm Berlin
Brandenburg Gate
Berlin Wall

Leave a comment if you spotted it anywhere in Germany, though it can be a hard to find one.… Read more

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You Are Here Christmas – Berlin

Starbucks continues to amaze us. It was reported by multiple muggers that SB is releasing no less than a bunch of You Are Here Christmas mugs for European countries. Can you believe that? One of the first to be confirmed with live pictures is Berlin, Germany. It is indeed the copy of regular YAH Berlin mug. All elements are there, but painted in gold.
We see:
Reichstag building – a historical edifice where Bundestag (German parliament) meets
Fernsehturm Berlin – television tower built between 1965 and 1969.… Read more

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You Are Here – Ramstein

Wow! It is finally official. The brand new Starbucks You Are Here series mug for Ramstein, Germany is here. They announced the release on their Facebook page on as early as September 6. The mug was wrapped with a question marks covered paper so nobody can see the actual design. Well, 13 days later everyone can finally buy it at KMCC Mall, Ramstein-Miesenbach. Now with the new mug, the total amount for Germany is five, more than any other country outside of North America!… Read more

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