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I’ll be presenting you David Bowie’s Berlin. His house, his studio, his favorite bars and some super useful information you’ll find in this guide. All with addresses, maps, and photos. In the 3 years David Bowie lived in Berlin in the 70s recording the “Berlin Trilogy”, he left his mark on the city. When I say “Berlin Trilogy” I’m referring to Low (1977), Heroes (1977), and Lodger (1979).
My first time visiting a three country border was when I visited Aachen, the westernmost city in Germany. It took me a few hours on a train to get there but I didn’t care, I wanted to go there to see the city and to see where Germany, Netherlands, and Belgium meet, just to be able to run from one country to the other.
The story in Dark begins with a teenager gone missing and a series of unexplained events that overwhelm four families in the town of Winden. Tall trees, subterranean caves that are not what they seem, a dark forest that could be the source of all the mystery and a small town community where everybody knows each other for as long as they have been living there. This is the setting of Dark, and we loved it so much that we need to know where was it filmed.
Most people come to Berlin and visit the same places. This is one of the reasons why we started Fotostrasse. We want to bring people to unusual places and help them see the obvious in a different way.
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The former Staatsratsgebäude can be found in the historical center of Berlin, right behind where the Berlin City Palace used to stand before it was demolished after the Second World War. This building tells the history of the city in every possible way since it shares pieces of architecture from…
Auschwitz-Birkenau is the best-known place of martyrdom and destruction in the world. This Nazi German death camp in Oświęcim has become a symbol of the Holocaust, of horror and of genocide. The name of the camp stands as a cultural code that defines the breakdown of our civilization and culture.
Urban Nation is more than a museum in Berlin. Urban Nation is a global institution focus on urban art. Their goal is to set new standards when it comes to artists and projects in contemporary art. And the work on the exhibitions is not limited to the walls inside the museum, as you can see when you walk around the place in Bülowstrasse.
If you’ve watched the Netflix series Dark, you know that one of the key locations in this crazy series is the Winden Cave. There you can find the passage to travel through time that links 1953, 1986, and 2019. But, since we saw it on TV for the first time, we wondered where we could find the cave in Dark.
Berlin has a vast transport network composed of S-Bahn and U-Bahn lines that cover almost 500 km of tracks across the city. And the town used to have even more tracks, but due to political divisions, world wars and economic problems, some of those tracks were abandoned. One of those is known as Friedhofsbahn, and it used to connect Berlin-Wannsee to Stahnsdorf.
Fotostrasse finally reaches the end of the road of the #52weeksofburgers challenge, and we end it in a fantastic way at Vincent Burger! Vincent Burger is this lovely cozy venue in Charlottenburg, quite similar in look and idea to what I believe is their brother restaurant; Rembrandt Burger that we…
FC Union Berlin is for the very first time in the Bundesliga but will never leave the title of Berlin's most beloved underdog. As you know, Berlin is the epicenter of everything cool right now, but it wasn't like that for a long time. It is a city that is on an...
Right in the center of the city, this week, Fotostrasse explores Momotaro Tavern for our #52weeksofburgers challenge. This place was recommended to us by a good friend, and it is slightly surprising that we never head of it before considering how central it is.
Located in a former Royal Winter Palace, the works of M. C. Escher in The Hague is something that you cannot miss whenever you visit the seat of government of the Netherlands. You need to visit the Het Paleis for the fantastic artwork presented, but you should stay...