Since the beginning of the 20th century, cycling has played a big part in the life of Berlin and Berliners. It still does: in Germany´s capital there are 721 bikes … Continue reading
For the past two days the whole of Berlin has been enthusing about the latest street traffic project concerning the construction of a new cycling road under the viaduct of the … Continue reading
On Saturday, I participated in a fascinating tour of the old Wasserturm (Water/Pump Tower) on one of Berlin´s historic cemeteries, Friedhof Steglitz. During a private walk that followed the tour, … Continue reading
Once a year, usually in autumn, Berlin turns into a historic-site paradise: closed doors open to reveal places not accessible to the public; stories are told of long forgotten people … Continue reading
Spotted in Adalbertstrasse in Berlin-Kreuzberg.
Spotted in Kreuzberg one July afternoon when I almost fell of my bike and ended up splayed like a crayfish on that sunny road. But I never let the camera … Continue reading
My impromptu visit to Züllichauer Strasse three days ago not only provided great photo material for my collection and for the blog but it also jogged my slightly rusty memory. … Continue reading