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Parada de autobús
“Located on the mill street in Berlin Friedrichshain. the longest open air gallery in the world with 1,316 meters formed part of the border between East and West Berlin originated: Feb.-Sep. 1990 - renovated: Feb.-Sep. 2009 101 large-format paintings painted directly on the wall symbolize the joy of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the overcoming of the Iron Curtain in Europe, the euphoria over the peacefully won freedom over the persecution, spying and lack of freedom, the hope for a better, humane society. For personal destinies, wishes and dreams. The East Side Gallery sees itself as a memorial to the fall of the Wall and the peaceful overcoming of boundaries and conventions between societies and people with more than 3 million visitors per year. In addition, the East Side Gallery is the only authentic monument of reunification to date, and has been for over twenty years. it is 12 minutes by car and 30 minutes by transportation”
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History Museum
“A timeless monument to Jewish history and life in Germany, Daniel Libeskind's Berlin Jüdisches Museum is one of the world's undisputed museums and architectural gems. The museum is a stunning achievement in the architecture of cultural identity, a lasting expression of Jewish presence and dislocation and above all the attempt at integrating, physically and spiritually, the meaning of the Holocaust into the memory and consciousness of the city of Berlin. ”
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Museo de arte
“Great art exhibition shows are similarly engaging and exciting! I have learnt so much about contemporary art over here. Check it out!”
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Museo de arte
“Museum of modern art, photography and architecture. The permanent and temporary exhibitions are displayed across two floors of the building; there is also an auditorium, an archive, a library, a study room, and an art school for children and adults. The oldest works in the Gallery's ownership date from 1870. The museum also owns a large graphic art collection (around 15,000 works) as well as photographs and architectural models, and sometimes hosts contemporary installations. Open every day except for Tuesdays. Opening hours: 10:00 to 18:00.”
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Science Museum
“For children of all ages and adults. Very cool and thought-provoking displays.”
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History Museum
“Built on the site of the Gestapo and SS headquarters, the Topography of Terror consists of an indoor exhibition documenting the atrocities carried out during the Nazi regime and an outdoor walking trail following the outline of the former buildings. Open every day from 9:00 to 20:00.”
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Sitio histórico
“A point of interest for anyone who wants to learn a little about Checkpoint Charlie. It is quite commercial but still a place to pass by when visiting Berlin for the first time, as not much from the wall of the checkpoint are left in the area. Further down you will see a checkpoint with some people dressed up as DDR and American soldiers, with whom you can take a picture for a fee. There is also a sign saying you are leaving/entering the Soviet/American sectors, which is always cute for those touristy photos everyone takes. Open every day from 9:00 to 22:00.”
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Galería de arte
“Urban Spree holds an art gallery doing different art exhibitions. Its usually free entrance unless there is an event going on at their open air beer garten space.”
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Galería de arte
“Exhibition space for contemporary art with a focus on current social and cultural issues. ”
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Galería de arte
“Art and cultural center. School of Music, art gallery, artist atelliers, a park, cinema in summer a cafe and a restaurant inside.”
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Galería de arte
“Perfect example of brutalist architecture. Also adjacent to uber cool 032C workshop. Must view!”
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Museum
“With its free entrance, this museum is a budget version for culture lovers. Offers a permanent exhibition on the history of Berlin’s districts Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg.”
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Museum
“Berlin will surprise you. For example with the most charming petting zoo in a public park. Take the street down towards Görlitzer Park and turn left just by the entrance. It's an amazing place if you travel with children, for sure. We also love to come here to let out our inner child or to play some table tennis. Closed on Wednesdays.”
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Galería de arte
“This Kreuzberg gallery usually has cool exhibitions from young and emerging Berlin (and international) artists. It’s hidden behind an equally interesting art bookstore.”
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Museum
“The Museum of Things - an unusual museum worth a visit showing a vast gathering of objects.”
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Museum
“A tourist-favorite, the slightly eccentric museum has a comprehensive private collection of escape stories and artifacts.”
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