Berlin is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Europe . Year-round festivals all occur and even overlap each other. But one of them prevails over all others, one that knows no musical tastes or preferences … © akiwitz An explosion of color, creativity and music The Karneval der Kulturen (Carnival of Cultures in Berlin). […]
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Since 1946, Haus am Waldsee has been a leading exhibitor of contemporary art in Berlin. Its unique setting in nature makes it a beautiful spot for relaxation and contemplation. The 10,000 square meter lakeside park contains an impressive sculpture garden that carries ongoing exhibits by a variety of artists. Featured artists are mostly based in […]
The history of Jewish people in the city of Berlin, goes back centuries in time. Since the Middle Ages, going through the dark episode of the Nazi Holocaust and up to now. The Berlin Jews are responsible for important moments in the life of the city. Characters as important as the philosopher Moses Mendelssohn and […]
Posted in Berlin on Aug 11th, 2010
There are European countries that where squatting (the occupation of abandoned buildings) is completely normal, and for example in both Germany and the Netherlands the practice is quite common. In Berlin there is a place that was bombed during the Second World War called Tacheles (which in Hebrew means “speaking out”) that after the fall […]