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Berlin Street Art Museum – Urban Nation Contemporary Urban Art

Streeet Art and Urban Art fans, rejoice! The most anticipated Berlin museum of the past few years is here! As you know by now we are huge street/urban art fans and have followed the phenomenal development of the Urban Nation project. From a gallery space, to taking over the neighborhood in Schöneberg and the street art world by storm! Since 2013,

Berlin Art Week 2017 Guide

Berlin is about to become an art-lover’s paradise! It’s time for Berlin Art Week again. This year this global highlight of the contemporary art calendar will happen from September 13th through the 17th. Installation View, 2016 abc ; Foto: Stefan Korte During this time, Berlin will host exhibition openings, fairs, prize award

Night Kitchen Berlin – Contemporary Dining Bar

You know by now that we LOVE an atmospheric Berliner courtyard. And as much as we love Heckmannhöfe in Mitte, we always wondered why it did not offer better entertainment and food options. Well…that has just changed with the arrival of Night Kitchen Berlin, a new “eat and hang” hot spot. Photo from Night Kitchen Berlin’s

Best veggie burger restaurants that meat lovers also love

When you’re looking for the perfect vegetarian burger, there’s nothing worse than checking out a place with tons of hype and recommendations, only to walk away disappointed. One of the best things about Berlin is that it’s got something for everyone – and when it comes to burgers, sometimes it’s all in the same place. Awesome Berlin

Café Lyrik – that special musical Berlin bar

There’s no shortage of nice bars to go to in Berlin, and definitely no lack of live music events. Yet Café Lyrik is a unique combination of both, showcasing the best of jazz, blues and much more in a cosy, laid-back setting. Located on a quiet street in the buzzing Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhood, this gem of a bar is a rare find. You might not

Relive the Golden 20s – The Berlin of Isherwood

Berlin in the 1920’s was a moveable feast. Known as the Golden Twenties, this decade began with the end of the First World War and ended with the Wall Street Crash of 1929, during the Weimar Republic. In Germany, this period was characterized by economical and political instability, but also by the expansion of liberal values in the society,
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