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LAST CALL FOR PERGAMON

An important message for all Berlin visitors and all locals planning to (finally!) go and see the world famous Altar of Pergamon at the Pergamonmuseum in Berlin-Mitte. With the next … Continue reading

Sep 19, 2014

SPOTTED IN PASSING: RAIN OVER THE PLEASURE GARDENS

Here is a photo taken waiting for the rain at Berlin´s Lustgarten (Berlin-Mitte) where in the case of a real downpour one can seek shelter at Berliner Dom or alternatively get … Continue reading

Aug 7, 2014

THINGS TO DO WHILE IN BIG B

Here are some things to do if in Berlin this week – check out our listings for this coming weekend and beyond. With a special recommendation: Max Missmann exhibition at … Continue reading

May 30, 2014

SPOTTED IN PASSING: WINDY CITY

IN THE MIDDLE OF A BIG CITY A historic windmill at the Museum of Technology in  Berlin-Kreuzberg.

May 10, 2014

Spotted in passing: Mr Hitchcock´s Most Gripping Picture

Spotted in Oranienstrasse corner Alte Jakobstrasse in Kreuzberg 61. About the exhibition: Barbara Klemm, one of the best contemporary German photographers and the woman who had them all before her … Continue reading

Dec 18, 2013 · 1 Comment

THE MAN BEHIND THE CAMERA – FRED STEIN EXHIBITION AT THE JEWISH MUSEUM

Storm is brewing over Berlin today. With wind blowing down its streets at up to 100 km/h possibly even for the next couple of days, it might be a good … Continue reading

Dec 5, 2013

BACK TO SCHIKANEPROMENADE – BERLIN THEME YEAR IN FONTANEPROMENADE 15

Diversity Destroyed is the name of the current Berlin Theme Year, inspired by two events which led to the death of millions and to an almost complete and irreparable destruction … Continue reading

May 21, 2013 · 4 Comments

TOO DRUNK TOO WATCH – PUNK FILM FESTIVAL IN KREUZBERG

Punk Not Dead! And the least in Kreuzberg over the next couple of days. Between May 9th and May 12th the Moviemento Cinema in Kottbusser Damm 22 (corner Hohestaufenplatz aka … Continue reading

May 8, 2013

THE FLYING HEROS OF BERLIN AIRLIFT

No-one can pass the buildings of Technikmuseum in Trebbiner Strasse 9 in Kreuzberg without noticing it – the giant hanging up above the heads of the pedestrians and the visitors … Continue reading

Mar 16, 2013 · 1 Comment

DAYS AT THE MUSEUM: THE LITTLE OPTIMIST

The Optimist is a small boat used by the youngest adepts of the art of sailing – in spring and summer the lakes around Berlin are full of them bobbing … Continue reading

Feb 20, 2013

TOMORROW IN KREUZBERG OR THE DAYS AT THE MUSEUM

From tomorrow, the 12th of December, on my posting on this blog might – but does not necessarily need to – become more irregular and distracted. Less time for research … Continue reading

Dec 11, 2012 · 4 Comments

UP AND AWAY WITH U1: FROM HALLESCHES TOR TO MÖCKERNBRÜCKE

Möckernbrücke? Most people are surprised to hear the name even after they had been passing the station for years on their journey towards the greener pastures of Schlesisches Tor or … Continue reading

Dec 6, 2012

TODAY IN KREUZBERG: NOVEMBER 16

And yet again I am going backwards. But, hey, time´s relative anyway! So back to 1999… 1999 Daniel Liebeskind receives the German Architecture Award for his design of the Jewish … Continue reading

Nov 26, 2012 · 1 Comment

MEET HEIKE THE WUNDERWAFFE

Two days ago while watching the local Berlin evening news I heard that a new wonder had been put on display at the über-fantastic Technical Museum in Trebbiner Straße 9, … Continue reading

Sep 29, 2011

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