Berlin's reputation as a party capital draws a lot of young people to the city. Popular districts to meet, greet, eat, drink and dance include Mitte, Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain and Neukölln.
After five years of nomadism and temporary projects, the Berlin 'Museum of Capitalism' will open a permanent exhibition for the first time on Friday at its permanent location in Berlin-Kreuzberg.
Berlin's popularity with tourists is growing, but so is local residents' resentment: noise, rubbish levels and prices are rising. Is the tourism boom backfiring? We assess the mood in Berlin's Kreuzberg district.
A synagogue in one of the German capital's most Muslim neighborhoods and a Jewish trade school are two projects Berlin is pursuing in an attempt to counteract growing anti-Semitism. But will they change anything?
As Berlin grapples with rising property prices, scores of squatters have taken over several residential buildings. In response, the owner of one empty building was willing to grant them a lease — with certain conditions.
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