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Rosa Parks in Berlin Wedding – Soldiner Kiez

Soldiner Kiez, Wedding Even after months (or years) of exploring Berlin, it’s still possible to stumble onto hidden gems and unexpected surprises. Hop of at U-Osloer Str. and take a stroll through Soldiner Kiez to find peaceful cafés, cool community spaces, and a home away from home (literally). Rosa Parks House Tucked in a small corner of

A perfect day in Berlin Wedding

If people only have a few days to spend in Berlin, chances are they don’t make it to Wedding. But if you’ve lived in the city for any amount of time and haven’t explored that far north of the Ringbahn, you’re seriously missing out. Here’s a local’s take on spending a perfect day in Berlin Wedding. Coffee first. Cafe Pförtner is

Best lakes in and around Berlin – summer 2017

Berlin and its surrounding state of Brandenburg can be also called “the land of 3,000 lakes”. With more than 30,000 Kilometers of waterways, the area is the largest water landscape in Germany and, together with the northern state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, forms the largest closed inland water system in Europe. It is definitely enough

Best vintage and second hand apparel shops in Berlin

If you love exploring vintage and second hand shops everywhere, look no further, we have just the guide for you. Very few places in the world rival Berlin when it comes to vintage and second hand shops. There are many of them spread all around the city. And they provide us all with the Berliner street style, known on the four corners of the

Berlin welcomes summer with Fête de la Musique – June 2017

Fête de la Musique Berlin has definitely become one of the most exciting events in Berlin. Every year, on June 21st, berliners and visitors gather around a number of venues, parks, bars, and even on the streets to celebrate the arrival of summer with various live musical acts. Talented musicians, bands, orchestras, choirs, soloists and DJs of

Berlin Architecture Spotlight – Bruno Taut

Berlin and architecture is a love and, sometimes, hate affair. Just a stroll around the city proves the point. Cranes and pipes are almost everywhere, showing that Berlin is still “under construction”. After being defeated in two World Wars and divided by a wall, open spaces are now occupied by new and modern constructions. Many of
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