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Kreuzberg, Berlin

Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
One of Berlin's trendiest neighborhoods--and the site of the longest remaining section of the Berlin Wall--Kreuzberg has long been the nexus for the city's socially alternative population. When the city was divided, Kruezberg's proximity to the wall and East Berlin meant it was isolated in the West, and it attracted mostly poor immigrants. Since reunification, however, the neighborhood now finds itself in the heart of things as one of Berlin's cultural centers. Diverse ethnic groups now occupy the buildings and streets, and the district is chock-full of popular restaurants, bars, and clubs. The most well-known landmark here is the Oberbaumbrücke Bridge, with its striking towers, which will lead you directly to the famous East Side Gallery. Arrange to visit Kreuzberg and other attractions in Berlin using our Berlin tour planner.
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  • Place full of history, I recommend seeing her with a tour guide. Very intense as neighborhood, avoid night alone because it is a little dangerous
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  • I grew up on Soviet cartoons. One of the most vivid childhood memories became for me a cartoon "the Nutcracker", shot to the music of the Opera of the same name by p. i. Tchaikovsky. I saw this cartoon and a kid and a teenager and an adult. It was created in 1973 and is only a year younger than me. With age sensation and perception only amplified. Later I read a fairy tale "the Nutcracker" Ernst Téodora Vil′gél′ma Gófmana, who later changed his name to Amadeus Wilhelm due to great appreciation and respect to Mozart. For me and today this cartoon and the Opera itself is not lost aktul′nosti. I always enjoy watching the Nutcracker Tchaikovsky with children, and one of my favorite composers. Quite accidentally found out that the grave of Hoffmann in Berlin and of course asked to find her and to visit to pay tribute to the memory of the great writer. Hoffman is buried in the Jerusalem cemetery in Berlin's Kreuzberg district. At the same cemetery I found the grave of Karl and Werner Simensov, founders of the company Siemens, one of Germany's leading technical concerns. Here is an interesting journey. Hope for you visiting this Cemetery will be exciting and memorable.
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  • In the past, this region occupied by the Turks, the two countries have gained a lot of value after the merger, a part of the old buildings have been restored, was demolished and, rather than new buildings. When that happens, that's part of the Turks in the region that left the region, instead of entel's here. Small cafe, restaurant and spending time in this area of the shop and for the fun of it extremely charming.
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