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1928 "Haus der Technik" der AEG in der Oranienburgerstrasse (heute als Tacheles bekannt)

1928 "Haus der Technik" der AEG in der Oranienburgerstrasse (heute als Tacheles bekannt)

abandoned art house in Berlin...have to go before it gets demolished

abandoned art house in Berlin.have to go before it gets demolished

Tacheles, Berlin

Tacheles, Berlin

Galerie Tacheles, Berlin.  This warehouse was home to many squatters who partook in an alternative post-Wall art movement.  Walk along Oranienburgerstraße to view their work.  Also, this is a great street and area for cafés and dining, but as more tourists are discovering this area, food has become more expensive.

Street Art In Berlin

Berlin Konnopke’s Imbiß.Hochbahnhof Eberswalderstrasse

Konnopke's Imbiss (Fast Food Stand) in Berlin. It was the first Imbiss to sell Currywurst in East-Berlin in Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Berlín

Berlín

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Feb 13 Magical Tulum Beach- Changing Your Universe and Playing Games with Better Odds

Photograph by Hendrik Rauch/bobsairport from the book Berlin Wonderland, Copyright: Gestalten 2014 Tacheles

Berlin Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) ~ designed by von Gerkan, Marg and Partners (gmp) is Europe's largest and newest train station — a large "cathedral" of glass and steel. This was meant to be a "super-station": intersecting all major north-south and east-west rail routes in the region, facilitating train arrivals and departures every 90 seconds, and, of course, doubling as a hip new retail and hospitality hub.  #Berlin #Hauptbahnhof

GERKAN, MARG PARTNERS, BERLIN CENTRAL STATION: meant to be a "super-station" intersecting all major north-south and east-west rail routes in the region, facilitating train arrivals and departures every 90 seconds.

Berlin, Mitte-There's a great museum on this street that a lot of people don't know about.

"Berlin, Mitte-There's a great museum on this street that a lot of people don't know about." Omgggg in Hackescher Markt! The Otto White Museum!

Kreuzberg, Berlin

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