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In the early 19th Century, Hackescher Markt was still a muddy swamp situated outside Berlin's city gates. Yet as the industrial revolution gained hold, new businesses and ...
Treptower Park was designed in 1880 and is nowadays split in two by the Puschkinallee which runs through its centre. One side of the park contains the imposing Soviet Memorial ...
The 'Garage' is Berlin's biggest second-hand shops, with an enormous selection of jeans, evening dresses, shoes, shirts, blouses ...
Kurfürstendamm dates back to the 16th century when Electoral Prince Joachim II constructed a path connecting his palace on Unter den Linden with his hunting lodge in ...
The Islamic cemetery on Columbiadamm was officially opened in 1866 by the German Emperor. Yet the oldest graves date back to the 17th century and commemorate ambassadors and high ...
Prenzlauer Allee 80
Opened in 1987, the gigantic Zeiss-Großplanetarium is widely regarded as one of the best in Europe. Its computerized projector is encased in a ...
The Ökowerk nature preservation centre has grown up around a historic waterworks dating from the 19th century. In the grounds, which look directly onto the Teufelssee, there ...
Not many people associate Berlin with densely foliaged forests and crystal clear lakes. Yet the city is richly endowed with both, particularly in the south-west, where several idyllic lakes ...
"Two penises, one vagina and one bosom with nipples, to take away please!" This might be a regular order in this bakery and pastry shop, which has adapted its marketing to ...
The pristine flower-beds and gushing fountains which fill historic Pariser Platz lend a touch of rural elegance to the urban jungle. Once known as "the Emperor's reception room", Pariser Platz ...