Quartier Kreuzberg ("remains a place of punks, graffiti and politics (handbills emblazoned with signs shout "Stop gentrification!") and it's also home to many communities of gays and Turks, trendies and crusties, thinkers and drinkers")
Berlin is like a teenager: rebellious and fun and yes, sometimes loud. It is a city that has rejected and accepted its complex past. Its younger generation will stop at nothing to move Berlin into the modern era: one of late night… View Full Post
The lost soul of childrens' playgrounds looks like this. This real playground, Kolle in Germany was built by 6 to 16 year old kids with no parental supervision and minimal, periodic playground supervision.
Kurfürstendamm - Affectionately known as the Ku’damm, this elegant tree-lined boulevard is a major thoroughfare in Berlin’s west. Before World War II, the Ku’damm was the heart of nightlife in Berlin, and before reunification it was West Berlin’s major sh