with Stefan Zollhauser
Environmental history is dedicated to the many interactions between people and the environment and so the tour explores some of the seemingly self-evident aspects of everyday life on this city walk. The fight against microbes will be just as important as the change in household management and the role of consumers. The many struggles of Berliners for public parks, cycle paths and a livable environment are also followed, right up to current disputes.
The city walk begins at the corner of Ohlauer Straße and Paul-Lincke-Ufer and ends about 2 hours later in Görlitzer Park.
Participation is free and registration is not required.
Meeting point: On the corner of Ohlauer Straße/Paul-Lincke-Ufer
Booking: No registration is required
The tour takes place in spoken German and is wheelchair accessible.