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TODAY IN KREUZBERG: JUNE 30th

1836 What Elisabeth-Kinder-Krankenhaus (today KEH Krankenhaus Lichtenberg or Diakonissen Krankenhaus), the city historian and town registrar Johann Fidicin, writer Alfred Döblin (the author of the novel of the Weimar Republic era … Continue reading

Jul 5, 2012 · 3 Comments

SPOTTED IN PASSING: BIG LADY

I believe an attractive lady of these proportions needs to be introduced to a wider audience. If you desire to meet her, she can be found in Südstern corner Gneisenaustrasse … Continue reading

Jun 6, 2012

SPOTTED IN PASSING: FISHY BUSINESS AT SÜDSTERN

Spotted yesterday at Südstern U-Bahnhof. Outside. For which, oh Lord, we thank thee.

Apr 5, 2012 · 5 Comments

TODAY IN KREUZBERG: JANUARY 29 – THE EXTENDED U7 OPENS

1971 Another stretch of the U7 tube line between Möckernstrasse and Fehrberlinner Platz is opened. It runs the length of 5,3 km and its trains will also stop at the … Continue reading

Jan 30, 2012 · 5 Comments

SPOTTED IN PASSING: TWINS

It is truly amazing how many things go unnoticed only because we do not look up. Or we do but Nature failed to equip us with 24x Über-zoom with Zeiss … Continue reading

Sep 6, 2011 · 7 Comments

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