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Kreuzberg was once where the city's Turkish immigrants lived. Nowadays that's in Neukölln, but you can still find great Turkish restaurants in both neighborhoods. The two areas are so popular that where the boundaries merge, some even call it Kreuzkölln! This is the epicenter of Berlin's hipster cultural scene.
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Neukölln, Berlin, Germany
All the designers here—there are about 94 of us—are from Neukölln. People passing by on a Sunday get a chance to see the pieces up close. It’s mainly clothes and accessories. One Sunday a month, location varies. ...
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Adalbertstraße 98, 10999 Berlin, Germany
Berlin is a cultural crossroads for many, so it is no surprise that different kinds of produce are hawked all over Berlin. Even at all times of the night, fresh fruit is an option. After a day of strolling or a night of drinking, I advise hitting...
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Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
One of Berlin's young and hip neighborhoods is Kreuzberg, in the south of Mitte. The neighborhood is known for its very large percentage of immigrants and second-generation immigrants, many of whom are Turkish. But in recent years, the area has...
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Görlitzer Str. 1, 10997 Berlin, Germany
He belongs in the water... Stencil art along the canal just outside of Gorlitzer Park in Kreuzberg, Berlin.
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Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
Formerly one of Berlin’s poorest neighborhoods—flanked by the wall and home to the city’s largest Turkish population and consequently best Turkish market in borough SO 36—Kreuzberg has become a colony of youth, culture, and color since the wall...