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Friedrichsfelde Palace

  • Friedrichsfelde Palace was built as a Dutch-style pleasure palace in 1685. The development of an important park in Dutch style created impressive overall grounds that combine art and nature.

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Rummelsburger Bucht

  • Rummelsburger Bucht is a bay of the river Spree, bordering the districts of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg and Lichtenberg, and is a popular local recreation area.

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Neu-Hohenschönhausen

  • Parts of historical Malchow, Hohenschönhausen and Wartenberg Feldmark were integrated into what is Neu-Hohenschönhausen today.

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Mies van der Rohe House

  • The Mies van der Rohe House is located at Oberseestraße 60 and represents an architectural monument of classical modernity. It was designed in 1932 by Mies van der Rohe for the Lemke married couple in 1932.

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Forschungs- und Gedenkstätte Normannenstraße

  • The Normannenstraße Research Centre and Memorial is located in House 1 of the former headquarters of the Ministry for State Security.

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Max-Taut-School

  • The school buildings with the Max-Taut Auditorium at Fischerstraße are an architectural gem of the former largest school complex in Germany.

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Falkenberg cottage

  • The Falkenberg cottage is the only preserved brick-clay cottage in Berlin. Built in 1820 with the typical open-hearth kitchen, it has been a listed historical building since 1978.

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THEATER AN DER PARKAUE

  • Germany’s largest state theatre for a young audience is located in the district of Lichtenberg where it feels perfectly at home.

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BLO-Ateliers

  • The BLO Ateliers (studios) form one of the largest artist communities in Berlin.

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