- Hide menu
Berlin is cool. Berlin is always a transforming city. Meanwhile it is difficult to find traces of the war, and post war culture has vanished. After the fall of the wall a new era began when freedom was nearly infinite. Space was nearly unlimited and cost of living low. A new adventure playground arose in the eastern part of Berlin. Techno and electric music, graffiti, party and art had found home here. As houses now are being restored, Berlin is mo more grey and looking fantastic with the charme of the architecture of the era of the end of the 19th century. In Mitte some traces of the post GDR-time can still be found. S-Bahn station Jannowitzbrücke in the pale light of the partial eclipse on 20th March 2015. Inside S-Bahn Station Jannowitzbrücke. In a backyard in Mitte. Museumsinsel has become pictorial. Berlin-Cathedral Bodemuseum. Tränenpalast and S-Bahn station Friedrichstraße over the river Spree. Tränenpalast translates to palace of tears. Where citizens of East Germany couldn’t travel further and had to say good bye to their western friends. West-Berlin had lost massively of its significance after the fall of the wall when it was so interesting to explore the new East. Charlottenburg is regaining right now. One of its advantages is that is has continuously been quite wealthy and has never lost its charme. End of winter at the Spree river. Charlottenburg castle. It also has a significant garden and there is the fantastic museum Berggruen of classic modern art rear of the photograph. Underground station in the style of the seventies. Modern apartment house at Landwehrkanal. Still at Landwehrkanal. Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche. Another view of Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche. The new Ritz-Carlton in Charlottenburg. Another view of the Ritz-Carlton. In the back there is the famous Bahnhof Zoo. Bahnhof Zoo. Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche seen from Bahnhof Zoo. I love these nightshoots.
Find a Hotel in Berlin: