FHXB Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum
Museum der Dinge
With its extensive assemblage of everyday items, this museum ostensibly traces German design history from the early 20th century to...
An old furniture store has been recast as a pleasantly trashy and always-busy drinking den with cheap libations (delicious Polish...
Mehmed Aygün, the founder of this local mini-chain, is said to have invented the Berlin-style doner kebab back in 1971. Since 1984, this...
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FHXB Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum information
The ups and downs of one of Berlin’s most colourful districts are chronicled in this converted red-brick factory. The permanent exhibit zeros in on such themes as Kreuzberg’s radical legacy and how immigrants have shaped the area. The 1928 printing press on the mezzanine level is still cranked into action on occasion.