The late-Gothic Church of St Nicholas (1230) is Berlin’s oldest surviving building and is now a museum documenting the architecture and...
This private rococo home features a series of painstakingly restored period rooms that impart a sense of how the well-to-do lived,...
Once the home of Veitel Heine Ephraim – court jeweller and coin minter to Frederick the Great – this pretty, pint-size 1766 town palace...
At this hole in the wall tucked into a hidden corner in the Nikolaiviertel, all morsels are carefully assembled and feature thick cuts...
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One of only four in the world devoted to the subject of hemp, this small museum introduces the many uses of the versatile plant as well as its cultural, medicinal and religious significance in various cultures. Another gallery deals with the debate about the legalisation of marijuana.