This Gothic brick gem has welcomed worshippers since the 13th century, making it one of Berlin’s oldest surviving churches. A faded...
Block der Frauen
A pale-pink sandstone sculpture on Rosenstrasse called Block der Frauen (Block of Women) by Jewish-German artist Inge Hunzinger...
This elaborate fountain was designed by Reinhold Begas in 1891 and depicts Neptune holding court over a quartet of buxom beauties...
In the rambling former Hungarian Culture Center, this multi-tasking venue strives to put the finger on the pulse of current creative...
Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 9 · interesting places nearby
This bar-gallery-concert-party venue in the former Hungarian culture centre also has a well-regarded restaurant which lures adventurous eaters with exciting flavour pairings. Meat and fish sharing a plate (think pork belly with scallops or shrimp-stuffed quail) are no rarity and usually harmonise beautifully. Soak up the charmingly socialist retro ambience while glimpsing the TV Tower through the picture windows.