10 famous people buried in Berlin

Berlin has over 700 years of a turbulent history. And within it exhilarating personalities who have marked and even changed – in their own means – the course of the world. Artists, philosophers, activists, politicians, scientists: striking characters that brought fantasy … Continue reading

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Museum Island Berlin – the future Louvre of the Spree

Berlin is a city spread by water and shaped by some islands. Most of them are unnoticed by passersby, so immerse they are into the urban landscape. Others, however, are internationally known. The most famous and emblematic of all is … Continue reading

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FAMILY HOLIDAY IN BERLIN

Berlin is a popular city trip destination thanks to its hipper than hip yet affordable urban image, 24/7 club scene, cultural and creative vibe. But Berlin is also the perfect destination for a family getaway. To make it easy for … Continue reading

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Things to come: Berlin exhibition about science, fiction, film!

A time travel: with the eyes on the future through the fantastic big screen THINGS TO COME, GB, 1936, directed by William Cameron Menzies Source: Deutsche Kinemathek An exhibition for the fans of science fiction movies! The Deutsche Kinemathek – … Continue reading

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El Siglo de Oro. The Age of Velázquez

For those planning a visit to Berlin until the end of October there is an unmissable opportunity to experience live and in color one of the greatest chapters of the European art. The Gemäldegalerie of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin … Continue reading

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Musique Maudite 2016

This weekend in Berlin looks especially good for those in the mood for great music and lots of dancing. City’s agenda is full of high quality festivals, one of which we particularly recommend: Musique Maudite. Besides being one of our … Continue reading

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Berlin Atonal 2016

Some festivals are so revealing that change forever the history of music. Montreux Jazz, for example, brought to the spotlight world’s best talent in the genre and has led to an abundance of representative recorded live albums. Woodstock marked the … Continue reading

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Olympic Games: from Greece, through Germany, to Brazil.

Links, Facts and curiosities The 31st Olympic Games are all around the news and until the 21st of august our eyes will be facing Rio de Janeiro. From the very-far-first games, held in the remote year of 776 BC in … Continue reading

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Tanz im August: Berlin’s contemporary dance festival

One of the most interesting European dance festivals is about to be held in Berlin. Presented by renowned HAU – Hebbel am Ufer, the 28th edition of Tanz im August has as its main highlights the classic contemporaries, performances of … Continue reading

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Art Exchange between Mexico City and Berlin.

  For the empowerment of the independent art scene Coming up next week Nuestro Barrio, an exchange project between the independent art scenes in Mexico City and Berlin, brings a great agenda to think, experience and understand the importance of … Continue reading

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