The Camera Work gallery on Kantstrasse, founded in 1997, is named after the legendary magazine published by American photographer Alfred Stieglitz at the start of the 20th century. The gallery has an emphasis on vintage photography, and has [...]» read more
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As I explained in part I, Berlin is renowned for its never-ending parties and rowdy nightlife, a reputation which it first earned in the ‘roaring twenties’ and which still attracts millions of tourists to Berlin [...]» read more
Berlin may be famous for its parties, but the city has so much more to offer at night besides clubs and bars. This is a city where the biggest bookshop, Dussmann, stays open until midnight almost [...]» read more
Far from the madding museum crowd on Berlin’s Museum Island, the Museum Berggruen opposite Charlottenburg Palace is one of Germany’s most important locations for modern art. Following lengthy extension works, the museum is now once again [...]» read more
As any Berliner will tell you, this city only has two seasons: winter and summer, each lasting about six months. It may be mid-March but temperatures are still icy, the pavements are still covered in [...]» read more
In the heart of Berlin’s Grunewald forest lies the Teufelsberg or ‘Devil’s Mountain’, an artificial hill that rises 114,7 metres above the surrounding Brandenburg Plain. Today it is a popular sledging location in the winter months, [...]» read more