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Museum der Unerhörten Dinge.

Haven't you always wanted to see the 'red thread' running through life? Or red wine that is actually white? Or Thomas Mann's 'breast' stone? These and other unusual and remarkable items that have

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Stolpersteine.

If the name is forgotten, so is the person. To prevent this, the artist Gunter Demnig began an art project back in 1996 that would continue to this day on the pavements along Oranienstrasse and

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Boule in Schöneberg.

Since 1991 an annually changing crowd of sphere throwing people have been bustling around here. Conviviality is at the forefront here; ambitious boules playing is tolerated but is not a requirement.

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East Side Gallery.

An East German Trabant car, which appears to be breaking through the concrete. Honecker and Breschnew locked in a kiss of brotherly, socialistic love. With the East Side Gallery, a segment of the

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Friedrichshain park.

For over 160 years now, the Friedrichshain park has been a popular retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life. It is Berlin's oldest municipal park. The 78 and 48 metre high green “bunker”

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Grave of Heinrich von Kleist & Henriette Vogel.

The poet Heinrich von Kleist died at just 33 years of age. He committed suicide together with his friend Henriette Vogel on 21 November 1811. The grave is located at the historic site at the Kleiner

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Raum der Stille .

It's always buzzing on Pariser Platz: a steady stream of tourists, a couple of city workers rushing out to grab lunch, the sound of cars hooting their horns on the other side of Brandenburg Gate. But

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Air Force Museum Gatow.

The Luftwaffen Museum of the German Armed Forces located in the former Gatow military airport has shown the development of the air force in Germany since 1984. Viewable are military planes, trucks,

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Street Art Berlin.

These days, you don’t need to go to exclusive galleries or dusty factory halls to see art. The streets serve as open air galleries and everyone is invited to see them. It’s an art form that’s like

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Boule in Kreuzberg.

On the Kreuzberg Paul-Lincke-Ufer, between Forster and Liegnitzer Straße, you will always – that means every day whatever the weather – find someone playing boules. You can meet both inexperienced

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