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The Stahlhaus is home to a Bauhaus information centre where you can pick up an English-language pamphlet describing the architecture or...
If the term ‘housing estate’ conjures up an image of grim tower blocks, rubbish-blown courtyards and shutters flapping on abandoned...
Lonely Planet review
Haus Feininger , former home of Lyonel Feininger, now pays homage to another German icon with the Kurt-Weill-Zentrum . There's a room devoted to Dessau-born Weill, who later became playwright Bertolt Brecht's musical collaborator in Berlin, and composed The Threepenny Opera and its hit 'Mack the Knife'.