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Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg is next to Prenzlauer Berg also a district with many cafés, restaurants and clubs, but also the Eastside Gallery, the Volkspark Friedrichshain or the memorial site "Topography of Terror".
Engelbecken

Engelbecken

Artificial pond
Michaelkirchplatz
10179 Berlin




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In the middle of Kreuzberg, the Engelbecken invites you to take a little walk or to the Café am Engelbecken. The wall stood behind it in former times.

Strausberger Platz

Strausberger Platz

Square
Strausberger Platz
10243 Berlin




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Radialsystem

Radialsystem

Theatre & events
Holzmarktstr. 33
10243 Berlin
Fone: 030.28878850



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The Radialsystem is a cultural and event centre in Berlin. It consists of the listed machine hall of the former sewage pumping station V as well as a new part of the building that surrounds and bridges the old building. The sewage pumping station was in operation until 1999.

East Side Gallery

East Side Gallery


Mühlenstr.
10243 Berlin




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1316 m Berlin Wall painted by Artists

Oberbaumbrücke

Oberbaumbrücke

Bridge
Oberbaumbrücke
10243 Berlin




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The Oberbaum Brücke (Bridge) connects the districts of Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain across the Spree. Between 1894 and 1896, a neo-Gothic building was erected, which on the upper level houses the elevated railway tracks commissioned in 1902. of the first Berlin underground line (today: line U1) over the Spree. Under the railway viaduct there is a protected pedestrian crossing in the style of a medieval cloister.

Mercedes-Benz-Arena

Mercedes-Benz-Arena

Event hall
Mercedes-Platz 1
10243 Berlin




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Verti Music Hall

Verti Music Hall

Event hall
Mercedes-Platz
10243 Berlin




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Skatehalle-Berlin

Skatehalle-Berlin

Skatehall
Revaler Str. 99
10245 Berlin
Fone: 030.29 36 29 66

Opening Hours:
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Spielwiese

Spielwiese

Coffee shop with 600 parlour games
Kopernikusstr. 24
10245 Berlin
Fone: 030.28 03 40 88

Opening Hours:
Mo 17:00 - 23:00, Th,Fr 18:00 - 24:00
Sa 15:00 - 24:00, Su 15:00 - 20:00

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Frankfurter Allee

Frankfurter Allee

Boulevard
Frankfurter Allee 1
10247 Berlin




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During the Second World War there was intense fighting in the Frankfurter Allee which was almost entirely destroyed . It was rebuilt after the war in a kind of 'gingerbread' Stalinisitic style. After the war the road was called Stalin Allee, before it was renamed, after the fall of Stalin, Karl-Marx-Allee and Frankfurter Allee. This si where, on June 17, 1953 the uprising of construction workers started.

Volkspark Friedrichshain

Volkspark Friedrichshain

Park
Am Friedrichshain
10249 Berlin




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Mehringhof-Theater

Mehringhof-Theater

Theatre
Gneisenaustr. 2a
10961 Berlin
Fone: 030.691 50 99



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Martin-Gropius-Bau

Martin-Gropius-Bau


Niederkirchnerstr 7
10963 Berlin
Fone: 030.254 86-0

Opening Hours:
We - Mo 10:00 - 19:00

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The Martin-Gropius-Bau, the former Decorative Arts Museum, is an exhibition house in Berlin, that houses big temporary exhibitions.

Tempodrom

Tempodrom

Concert and event hall
Möckernstr. 10 - 25
10963 Berlin
Fone: 030.7 47 37-0



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Topographie des Terrors

Topographie des Terrors

Open-Air Exhibition
Niederkirchnerstr. 8
10963 Berlin


Opening Hours:
daily 10:00 - 20:00

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Between 1933 and 1945, the central institutions responsible for the repressive and criminal policies of National Socialism were located on the terrain of the Topography of Terror, situated between Prinz-Albrecht-Strasse (today Niederkirchnerstrasse), Wilhelmstrasse and Anhalter Strasse. Here, in close proximity to the traditional government district, the Secret State Police, the SS leadership and the Reich Security Main Office set up their offices: the administrative headquarters of the Secret State Police and the notorious Gestapo "house prison" were located at Prinz-Albrecht-Strasse 8; the neighbouring Hotel Prinz Albrecht housed the offices of the SS Reich leadership; and the Security Service (SD) of the SS Reich leadership was established at Wilhelmstrasse 102. As of 1939, Prinz-Albrecht-Strasse 8 was also the address of the newly founded Reich Security Main Office.

Park am Gleisdreieck

Park am Gleisdreieck

Park
Möckernstr 26
10963 Berlin




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The Park am Gleisdreieck is a public green and recreation area in Berlin. The park, which covers around 31.5 hectares, is located on the former railway premises of the Anhalter and Potsdamer goods station at the Gleisdreieck (triangle of tracks).

Landwehrkanal

Landwehrkanal

Canal
Tempelhofer Ufer
10963 Berlin




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As a side canal, the Landwehrkanal connects the Spree at the Osthafen with the Spree at the Spreekreuz in Charlottenburg and runs for 10.73 kilometres through the districts of Kreuzberg, Neukölln, Tiergarten and Charlottenburg.

Viktoriapark

Viktoriapark

Park
Kreuzbergstraße
10965 Berlin




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The Viktoriapark is a 12.8 hectare green area on the Kreuzberg, the highest natural elevation in Berlin's city centre.

Jüdisches Museum

Jüdisches Museum

Jewish Museum
Lindenstr. 14
10969 Berlin
Fone: 030.259 93 300

Opening Hours:
Mo 10:00 - 22:00
Tu - Su 10:00 - 20:00

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The museum building in Berlin's Kreuzberg district connects the old building of the baroque Collegienhaus (former seat of the superior court of justice) with a new building. The construction is based on a draft of the American architect Daniel Liebeskind. The shape recalls a cracked Star of David. The Jewish Museum shows the visitor two millennia of German-Jewish history, the highs and lows of relations between Jews and non-Jews in Germany. The museum houses a permanent exhibition, a number of temporary exhibitions, an extensive archive, the Rafael Roth Learning Center and research institutions. It had about 690,000 visitors in 2005, making it one of the most visited museums in Berlin.

Berlinische Galerie

Berlinische Galerie

Museum for Modern Art
Alte Jakobstr. 124 - 128
10969 Berlin
Fone: 030.789 02 - 600

Opening Hours:
daily except tuesday 10:00 - 18:00

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The Berlinische Galerie is a museum that collects art created in Berlin since 1870 with a regional and international focus. The collection consists of fine art, photography, architecture, graphics and artist archives.

U-Bahnhof Schlesisches Tor

U-Bahnhof Schlesisches Tor

subway station
Schlesisches Tor
10997 Berlin




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The station is located above a small square, not far from the Oberbaumbrücke (bridge) bridge. The station is named after the city gate in the Berlin customs wall, which stood there until the middle of the 19th century.

Mariannenplatz

Mariannenplatz

Square
Mariannenplatz
10997 Berlin




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The Mariannenplatz is a relatively large area and could be mistaken for a park. At its northern end is the St. Thomas Church. It was named after the Prussian Princess Amalie Anna Maria von Hesse - Homburg. On Mariannenplatz is what used to be the Bethany Hospital, which today is called the Bethany art house and houses the Department of Culture of the district.

Flutgraben

Flutgraben

Canal
Vor dem Schlesischen Tor
10997 Berlin




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Oranienplatz

Oranienplatz

Square
Oranienplatz
10999 Berlin




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Wellenbad am Spreewaldplatz

Wellenbad am Spreewaldplatz

Swimming pool with artificial waves
Wiener Str. 59h
10999 Berlin
Fone: 030.22 19 00 11

Opening Hours:
Mo - Fr 10:00 - 19:00
Sa,Su 9:00 - 18:00

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