Tag Archive: Things to do in Berlin

Abandoned Berlin: BLUB Neukölln.

Doomed from the very beginning. Built just thirty metres from the Teltow Canal at a time before the residential ausländer settled in – injecting thousands in foreign currency to Neukölln – the Berliner… Continue reading

Mitte’s Maedchenschule

Berlin’s first Jewish girls’ school or Maedchenschule was built in Mitte during 1835. Renovated by prominent Jewish architect Alexander Beer in 1930, the school developed its new home on Auguststraße with a dominant… Continue reading

Abandoned Berlin: Königin Elisabeth Kinderkrankenhaus

Travelling for miles on the outskirts of town to trudge through muddy ditches and climb over two-metre high wire-fences results in ripped, pulled and scratched clothing as well as a nice escort off… Continue reading

Mauerpark on Sunday

Once the death strip separating the north-east district of Prenzlauer Berg from north-west Gesundbrunnen, now a public park space with patches of green and brown grass atop muddy, dusty and warn paths of… Continue reading

Coffee in Berlin.

There is no shortage of quality, third-wave coffee creeping into the otherwise push button machine coffee industry in Berlin.