Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know About Berlin


Here is the famous opening scene for the 1972 “Cabaret” – spot the Sylvia von Harden character sitting at her desk.

By the way, should you be interested in the history of Berlin of the 1920s and its famous residents gathered around the Romanisches Cafe, you can enjoy one of the best tours this city has to offer by contacting Cabaret-Berlin and Brendan Nash here. Or, alternatively, you can buy his recently published book “A Walk Along The Ku´Damm”.




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This entry was posted on April 4, 2015 by in Berlin, Berlin-Charlottenburg, FILM, history, history of Berlin and tagged , , , , .

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