Probably the largest flea market in Berlin, taking place every Sunday at the west side of Mauerpark.
With its existence dating back to the first half of the 19th century, this is the oldest surviving beer garden in the city.
The Zeiss Major Planetarium is a planetarium in Berlin and one of the largest modern stellar theatres in Europe.
Named after a famous German artist, Käthe Kollwitz, this park serves mainly as a meeting point.
The Wasserturm Prenzlauer Berg is Berlin's oldest water tower, completed in 1877 and in use until 1952.
This extraordinarily located joint (under a busy viaduct) is one of the most famous fast food stands in Berlin for sure.
The Berlin Kulturbrauerei is a 25,000 square metres building complex in Berlin, Germany.
The former church is now a safe place for children who can freely play and learn. So unlike other playgrounds and hands-on museums!
The Museum in the Kulturbrauerei is museum of contemporary German history.
Giacomo Meyerbeer was a German opera composer of Jewish birth who has been described as perhaps the most successful stage composer of the…
Max Liebermann was a German painter and printmaker of Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry, and one of the leading proponents of Impressionism in…
The Free Software Foundation Europe was founded in 2001 to support all aspects of the free software movement in Europe.
The Velodrom is an indoor track cycling arena, in the Prenzlauer Berg, locality of Berlin, Germany.
Gethsemane Church is one of four church buildings of the Lutheran Northern Prenzlauer Berg Evangelical Congregation, within the Evangelical…
Rykestrasse Synagogue, Germany's largest synagogue, is located in the Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhood in the Pankow borough of Berlin.
netzpolitik.org is a German language blog on digital rights and digital culture.
Leopold Ullstein was the founder and publisher of several successful German newspapers, including B.Z. am Mittag and Berliner Morgenpost.