Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Leipzig, located about 200km from Berlin, is a formerly East German city of roughly 530,000 people. Historically a major node in the global printing industry, today it is Germany's 12th-largest city, and is a big college town and center of far-left politics and culture. It is also, perhaps, the home of Germany´s best-kept and largest collection of Gründerzeit architecture, the term given to the wild and elaborately-detailed buildings of the mid-19th century. Oh, and yeah, people seem to be on to something: it is increasingly being referred to as the "new Berlin."
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
The Barn - Roastery. Prenzlauer Berg.
Raisin scone and Salvadoran café at The Barn´s new roastery on Schönhauser Allee. Highly recommended for all Berliners, and coffee lovers everywhere!
Voo store. Oranienstraße, Kreuzberg.
Interior of the Voo store. Kreuzberg.
A young couple on an Alexanderplatz-bound U2 train.
Detail of the Ev. Martha-Kirchengemeindemore church. Kreuzberg
A very Fall-y scene in Neukölln.
Interior of the Luigi Zuckermann Deli. Mitte.
Chicken Salama sandwich.
Potsdam! The charming and historic capital of the neighboring Brandenburg state. Definitely worth a day or afternoon trip if you are in Berlin.
Interior of the St. Nicholas' Church. Potsdam
1800s townhouses and apartments. Potsdam.
The Potsdam Film Museum.
A lovely side street in Potsdam.
On the S-Bahn home. Schöneberg.