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We was there to the 22. Internationales Berliner Bierfestival. 😄🍺
From Strausberger Platz. to Petersburger Strasse. 2.400 Bierspezialitäten aus aller Welt. That is a lot of beer. 🍻
From freday to sunday.
Viele virklich fröhliche Menchen. 🤗😎
Karl Marx Allee is a very impressive boulevard that was constructed post war in 1945 to showcase Soviet power ( aggression ).
Measuring 90 metres wide and over 2 kilometres long the architecture along here is depending on your viewpoint either grand and magnificent or...More
This is where the 2007 film was shot. The bookshop featured at the end of the film, the Karl Marx bookstore, actually exists and can be found at no 78. Walk further down Karl-Marx-Allee (away from Alexanderplatz) and turn off down Marchlewskistrasse on the left...More
The street was the highlight of the Germany's reconstruction under the former GDR and has been preserved in its original form. So a walk along the street takes you back to Stalinist era city planning.
The wide boulevard is beautifully laid out with domed towers...More
Visited as it was preparing for the Berlin International Beer Festival (and came back for that!). As others mention, a very interesting and somewhat cool road with interesting architecture. Not too far from Alexanderplatz, easy walk or one station away if you prefer the ubahn....More
Karl Marx Straße is a unique and fascinating visit with some beautiful apartment buildings erected in the early 50s as part of the rebuilding of (east) Berlin. I took a couple of hours for the self-guided tour. Starting at Strausberger Platz (U-Bahn) on the north...More
When you arrive at Warschauer Strasse in the heart of the district, you have found one of Berlin’s party hotspots. At night in Friedrichshain, the energy is palpable and the streets of this old worker's quarter are full of street musicians. On one hand, you may find a bar with international crowds, electronic music, long lines and panoramic views - on the other, an outside venue by old train yards featuring decrepit
buildings and live alternative music. No matter your taste, the best way to end a night out in Friedrichshain is sitting by the Spree River at the East side gallery, the longest and best preserved piece of the Berlin Wall, watching the sun rise over the beautiful Oberbaum Bridge.