All articles on the topic "History"

Mondays at the Museums

Mondays at the Museums

Berlin has literally hundreds of museums all over the city and the Museumsportal Berlin is an excellent resource to help you to discover them. It’s a clean and user friendly site that breaks the museums […]

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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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International Museums Day 2017

International Museums Day 2017

Museums are an essential part of almost every city and town across the globe. They come in all shapes and sizes with all manner of weird and wonderful collections inside. Berlin has some of the […]

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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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International Museum Day 2016

International Museum Day 2016

Almost every place where humans live has a museum of some kind – whether it’s a collection of pet rocks from local children or the remains of a Babylonian gate from an ancient civilisation, the need […]

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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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