Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know About Berlin And Kreuzberg
Prof. Konrad Zuse, German engineer and the inventor of the first working programmable computer in the world is born in Berlin.
All of the four computers designed and made by Zuse were built in Kreuzberg: the first three in Methfesselstrasse next to Viktoriapark while the last one, Zuse 4, in his big workshop in Oranienstrasse where he moved his workplace after the great success that Zuse 3 was.
To find out more about Konrad Zuse and his work read one of the previous posts here and here. Or join one of the Sunday tours through Kreuzberg and Tempelhofer Vorstadt organised by us together with Slow Travel Berlin :-)
What’s new with MagCloud, the revolutionary print-on-demand magazine service.
Chronicling an ever-changing city through faded and forgotten artifacts
walking and writing in Denmark and elsewhere
Die schönen Seiten von Berlin-Wedding
Kiezimpressionen "in, zu & am Schloss Charlottenburg"
Berlin projekt 2010
- fine art
What you see everyday but you don't know
a year in the life of death
Dress like a man
Current & Breaking News | National & World Updates
Augmented Reality Handyrallye
Projektsite LEA/LLCE, Université de Provence
Walking Tours with Old Maps
News about Typekit