During the Nazi era, German culture was abused, misinterpreted and stripped of many of its non-Aryan elements. This meant ... More
During the Nazi era, German culture was abused, misinterpreted and stripped of many of its non-Aryan elements. This meant that when the Second World War ended, Berlin was a city lacking a dynamic and multifaceted cultural life. The Berliner Festspiele, founded in 1951, was an answer to this. Throughout the year, world-class orchestras, musicians, artists and actors are invited to Berlin to exhibit their talents. Berliner Festspiele hosts lectures, concerts (mostly classical and jazz), theatrical performances and exhibitions at different locations throughout the city.
It takes a mere twenty seconds in one of Europe's fastest elevators to get to the top of the Kollhoff
Tower on Potsdamer Platz . The top floor viewing platform offers splendid views of Berlin's city center as well ...
Located on the ground floor of the Deutsche Bank premises, a sandstone building constructed in the 1920, this represents a
unique joint venture between a bank and a museum. This exhibition space is a great addition to Berlin's museum ...
As well as being the largest forest within city limits, Grunewald is also an up market residential area full of
beautiful villas built by merchants, scientists and artists who flocked to this leafy district in the mid 19th century. ...