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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.
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.
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).
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While we were watching the Queen's Gambit on Netflix, some locations seem to be familiar to us. Some places that were supposed to be foreign, like Moscow and Mexico City, looked like places we recognized from our daily life here in Berlin. With this thought in mind,...
Vogelsang used to be more than just a Soviet military base. This place used to be a city filled with secrets and soldiers, but today it lays empty in Brandenburg while it rots away in the middle of a forest.
Berlin is known as a party place; what can you do around the city when there is a deadly virus around and partying hard might not be the best choice? How can we enjoy Berlin when Coronavirus is all we can imagine around us? You could say I am a bit of an antisocial...
Marx and Engels Forum is a small public park in the heart of Berlin. Named after two of the most famous and influential German philosophers, Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx, authors of The Communist Manifesto. The park was opened to the public in 1986. The statues found there used to have quite a significant location with the Palast der Republik, the German Democratic Republic’s parliament, on its back.
Most people that visit Berlin know the history behind the wall that divided the city during the Cold War. But there is another historic wall waiting to be discovered in the middle of the town. This is the Old City Wall of Berlin that witnesses the medieval past of the city.
Last August, I had the opportunity to fly to Gran Canaria for the very first time. And here is what I saw there. Gran Canaria is one of the islands on the archipelago of the Canary Islands. It is a small part of Spain on the coast of Africa. The flight from Berlin was...
There is one particular sculpture that caught my attention when I visited the Duomo di Milano for the first time. The piece is called St Bartholomew Flayed, and it was created by Marco d’Agrate back in 1562. And that skinless statue is so unusual that I had to research it and write this article with everything I know now about it.
She is the most prominent name when you think about cinema and Berlin, and she came to the world as Marie Magdalene Dietrich, but everybody knows a slightly different name. Marlene Dietrich was born in Schöneberg back in December 1901, precisely on Leberstrasse 65....
Whenever we travel around Europe, we see the skeleton of abandoned gasworks. But the Schöneberg Gasometer has this uniqueness to it since it feels like it's still integrated into the landscape of the city. You pass by it around Haupstrasse or taking the S-Bahn, and...