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Babylon Berlin - it's THE TV series from Berlin. It portrays the Berlin of the 1920s - the exciting city of sins and the emerging metropolis. Star director Tom Tykwer together with Henk Handloegten and Achim von Borries have elaborately set the stage for the most expensive German TV series. With a lot of attention to detail, the Berlin of the era comes alive.

The series has already won numerous important awards, including the renowned Grimme Prize and the German Television Prize for Best Drama Series, Best Music, Best Camera and Best Equipment.

The third season starts on Ard on October 11.

All about Babylon Berlin

The 20s in Berlin

Berlin as a protagonist of the series

The city of Berlin plays an important role in the series. Director Achim von Borries said: "The city of Berlin is clearly the focal point of our series. In 1929, Berlin was international, magical, a cosmopolitan capital that attracted people all around the world. It was a real challenge to create Berlin in the late 1920s. The Neue Berliner Strasse, designed by our production designer Uli Hanisch for Babelsberg studio, made it possible for us to film street scenes from various parts of Berlin."

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Where was it filmed?

Babylon Berlin: Wolter (PETER KURTH) mit Charlotte Ritter (LIV LISA FRIES)
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