All articles on the topic "Berlin architecture"

Pierre Boulez Saal

Pierre Boulez Saal

While the much talked about, exceedingly over budget Elbphilharmonie slowly took shape in the harbour city of Hamburg over an agonising period of almost a decade, just to the south in Berlin a new concert […]

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Free Concerts at the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

Free Concerts at the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

The towering ruins of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church are city west’s most famous landmark and as you stand right at the entrance of the church and look up, you immediately get a sense of […]

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The Golden Days of Autumn

The Golden Days of Autumn

Summer is a distant memory and all the coats and scarves have been unpacked. Now it’s time to face the new season and get out into the fresh air (or inside in the cosy warmth) […]

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German Federal Government Open Day

German Federal Government Open Day

As Berliners prepare themselves for the upcoming elections, visitors can get a first hand look this weekend inside those spectacular buildings lining the Spree. Every summer the entire government precinct throws open its doors for […]

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Buddy Bears for peace

Buddy Bears for peace

It’s almost impossible to walk around the city in Berlin and not see a Buddy Bear statue. These bigger than life-size fibreglass structures are part of a peace initiative called United Buddy Bears that launched […]

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The Best of the West by Bicycle

The Best of the West by Bicycle

Berlin is without question one of Europe’s great biking cities. There are numerous bike paths all over the city and almost more bicycle traffic than cars in some areas. Bicycles can be taken on public […]

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