This elaborate fountain was designed by Reinhold Begas in 1891 and depicts Neptune holding court over a quartet of buxom beauties...
Block der Frauen
A pale-pink sandstone sculpture on Rosenstrasse called Block der Frauen (Block of Women) by Jewish-German artist Inge Hunzinger...
Sharks dart, moray eels lurk and spidercrabs crawl in this small but entertaining aquarium where crowd favourites include smile-inducing...
In the rambling former Hungarian Culture Center, this multi-tasking venue strives to put the finger on the pulse of current creative...
This bar-gallery-concert-party venue in the former Hungarian culture centre also has a well-regarded restaurant which lures adventurous...
Lonely Planet review
This Gothic brick gem has welcomed worshippers since the 13th century, making it one of Berlin’s oldest surviving churches. A faded Dance of Death fresco inspired by the plague of 1486 in the vestibule leads to a relatively plain interior enlivened by elaborate epitaphs and a baroque alabaster pulpit by Andreas Schlüter (1703).