Gedenkstätte Deutscher Widerstand
This important exhibit on German Nazi resistance occupies the very rooms where high-ranking officers led by Claus Schenk Graf von...
South of Tiergarten park, the Diplomatic Quarter is home to several striking embassy buildings. Standouts include the temple-like...
One of the world’s largest and finest collections of art on paper, this gallery shelters a bonanza of hand-illustrated books,...
Possibly the best thing about this posh penthouse boîte is the outdoor areas, which are perfect for smooching, smoking and looking out...
Edd's grandma used to cook for Thai royals and the man himself has regaled Berlin foodies for over three decades with such...
Reichspietschufer 60 · interesting places nearby
Looking like a giant upright staircase, the eye-catching Shell-Haus is one of the most famous office buildings created during the Weimar Republic. Designed by Emil Fahrenkamp in 1931, it was one of Berlin’s earliest steel-frame structures and is concealed beneath a skin of travertine. Its extravagant silhouette is best appreciated from the southern bank of the Landwehrkanal. It’s now the headquarters of a local gas company.