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Zeiss-Großplanetarium

Zeiss-Großplanetarium

Zeiss Planetarium
Prenzlauer Allee 80
10405 Berlin
Fone: 030.42 18 450



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The large Zeiss planetarium Berlin was opened in October 1987 as one of the largest and most modern theatres of its kind in Europe. The centre of the house is the computer controlled planetarium projector Cosmorama created by Carl Zeiss Jena in the 23 m high domed hall. It allows for the representation of both the brilliant starry sky with more than 9,000 stars as well as a variety of astronomical phenomena of the past, present and future on an artificial sky.

Kulturbrauerei

Kulturbrauerei

Shows, Parties, Disco, Cinema
Schönhauser Allee 36
10435 Berlin
Fone: 030.48 49 44 44



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MACHMITmuseum für Kinder

MACHMITmuseum für Kinder

Museum for Kids
Senefelderstr. 5
10437 Berlin
Fone: 030.7477 82 00



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Helmholtzplatz

Helmholtzplatz


Helmholtzplatz
10437 Berlin




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Renovated facades, renovated buildings, new cafes, restaurants and many bars where the eye can see. Obviously this attracts primarily young families: This area has the highest birth rate in Europe.

Mauerpark

Mauerpark

park
Gleimstr. 55
10437 Berlin




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The Mauerpark is a park in Berlin. Its name goes back to the Berlin Wall erected in 1961, which formed the border between the former districts of Prenzlauer Berg and Wedding. Almost every Sunday in summer, Joe Hatchiban from Dublin offers karaoke for everyone on the stage of the amphitheatre with his orange-coloured cargo bicycle which has been converted into a karaoke station.

Bösebrücke

Bösebrücke

bridge
Bornholmer Straße
10439 Berlin




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The Bösebrücke is an arched bridge in Berlin and connects the districts of Prenzlauer Berg and Gesundbrunnen via the tracks of the long-distance and urban railway. The bridge gained worldwide fame on November 9, 1989, the day the Wall fell, when the Bornholmer Strasse border crossing at the eastern end of the bridge was opened. The Bösebrücke was the first crossing in East Berlin to be opened to GDR citizens.

Weißer See

Weißer See

Lake
Berliner Str. 155
13086 Berlin




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The district around is named after the lake. There is a lido, a café, sunbathing lawns, a boat rental, a fountain and an open air stage.

Jüdischer Friedhof Weißensee

Jüdischer Friedhof Weißensee

Jewish Cemetery
Herbert-Baum-Str. 45
13088 Berlin


Opening Hours:
Su - Th 8:00 - 17:00
Fr 8:00 - 14:30

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The Jewish Cemetery Berlin-Weißensee is a burial ground of the Jewish Community of Berlin built in 1880. With an area of 42 hectares it is the largest preserved Jewish cemetery in Europe with almost 116,000 graves. It has been a listed building since the 1970s.

Schloss Schönhausen

Schloss Schönhausen

Palace
Tschaikowskistr. 1
13156 Berlin


Opening Hours:
Tu - Su 10:00 - 18:00

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Schönhausen Palace is a baroque palace in Berlin’s borough of Niederschönhausen surrounded by gardens through which the River Panke runs. The palace belongs to the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg and is scheduled to be reopened to the public in 2009 after extensive restoration.

Kiessee Arkenberge

Kiessee Arkenberge

Quarry Pond
Bauernweg
13159 Berlin




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Badestelle am Kiessee Arkenberge

Badestelle am Kiessee Arkenberge

Lake
Bauernweg
13159 Berlin




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A large sunbathing lawn invites you to sunbathe and swim in the gravel lake.

Bürgerpark Pankow

Bürgerpark Pankow

Park
Wilhelm-Kuhr-Str. 85
13187 Berlin




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