In the aftermath of 1945, Berlin was left in ruins, bearing witness to the devastating impact of World War II. Even today, the city still bears the scars and bullet holes that serve as poignant reminders of that tumultuous period.
Berlin is a city known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and cultural diversity. But one piece of design that often goes overlooked is the street lighting created by Albert Speer, Hitler’s favorite architect. If you’re looking to experience some of the city’s lesser-known design pieces, you won’t want to miss the Albert Speer street lights.
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…
Most of the action happens there, and it was one of the last places we found around Berlin, but here you learn more about where to find the high school in Dark, the Netflix series where it seems like time travel is possible.