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If you're curious to know the stories below the surface of Berlin's fascinating architecture, there's nothing like walking the very same streets to bring alive everything you've ever wondered ...
Potsdam is the capital of Brandenburg state, located on the Havel River only 24 km (15 mi) southwest of Berlin city. In the 17th century, Elector Friedrich Wilhelm of Brandenburg made it his ...
Written by JC, Germany, November 2011
Coming to Berlin for the first time, most visitors naturally want to see where the Berlin Wall ran and, if possible, see a bit of what’s left. When friends visit Berlin, I always recommend an ...
Written by JC, Germany, September 2012
Mauerpark (“Wall Park”) runs along a stretch of the old Berlin Wall ,
a section of which still stands, and much of its terrain was recovered
from no-man’s-land. As well as providing a welcome ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, October 2012
Berlin is an art lover’s dream. You could devote a lifetime to exploring the offerings on hand in the city. The following should help get you started. 1) Hotel de Rome If you’re planning on being ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, March 2013
With the weather warming up and the days getting longer, springtime in Berlin is the perfect time for taking a walking or cycling tour of the city and exploring the city’s many parks and gardens. ...
In the 1920s Berlin was one of the best places in the world to be gay or lesbian, especially in the milieu which flourished in the district of Schöneberg, as celebrated by British writer ...
One of the great things about Berlin is that, for a Western European capital, it’s surprisingly cheap. Go out drinking with friends and you’ll rarely get a nasty surprise when the check turns up. ...
In central Berlin, next to busy Friedrichstrasse station and overlooking the River Spree, is a single-story Modernist building. Its sloping roof, wide doorways and soaring windows seem to suggest ...
Written by Viator, November 2012
Very few European cities were as hard hit by World War II as Dresden, Germany. The city was in flaming ruins from the Allied firebomb attacks of February 13, 1945, depicted in Kurt Vonnegut’s classic ...
At the dawn of the 20th century, Berlin
had the largest Jewish population of any city in the world. One of the
most positive developments since German reunification in 1989 has been
Written by Viator, November 2012
Berlin‘s history has played a major role in shaping the city today, and one of the best places to learn more about one period of that history is at the DDR Museum, which details what life was like ...
Written by JC, Germany, April 2012
Those reliable Germans – even their riots are scheduled! Every May 1st, largely left-leaning protestors face off against police in the district of Kreuzberg, throwing Molotov cocktails then ...
Written by JC, Germany, September 2011
No less than three of Berlin ’s
inner city parks have been the subject of feature-length documentaries
in the last year, profiling the friendly collision of social groups and
subcultures which ...
Written by JC, Germany, March 2012
If you’re looking for a day-trip from Berlin, Potsdam is a no-brainer: by train the journey takes less than half an hour from Berlin’s main station and costs just three euros. An almost absurd ...
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