Berlin: A city of art, culture and trade
Berlin’s history has made it a different city now than how it used to be before. The city is rich in history, art and culture. Being the capital city, it also connects the entire city well. The city has well designed railway and roadway systems which makes it ideal for trading. There are few specific areas that are individually rich in different things. Some areas are the hubs of ministries of Germany, while the others may be rich in art and culture.
It is a district in Friedrichshain- Kreuzberg, Berlin. Initially it was a freestanding city borough. The area is one of the trendiest districts of Berlin and has experienced gentrification over time.
In the 1920s, it was mostly the area of the working class. With the low-rented houses available and empty places to stay, it attracted the most of the working class from the former West Berlin. The rapid industrialization in the area led to the development of manufacturing and trade in the area.
The main areas of interest in the area include East Side Gallery, Karl-Marx-Allee, Frankfurt Tor, and Fairytale fountain, Church of Good Samaritan and several clubs and pubs.
East Side Gallery
The East Side Gallery is an open-air gallery in Berlin. Located near the center of Berlin, it has a range of murals painted on the remnant of Berlin Wall. This gallery is officially marked as heritage- protected.
There are about 105 paintings of different artists from all over the world in the gallery. The border in this point is the river spree. The gallery is located close to the border of West Berlin.
The open air gallery is the largest and longest in the world. The pictures here mainly depict hope for a better future. It is a document that expresses hope with the changing times.
Once in Berlin, you should definitely visit this place to appreciate the art.
It is the main line railway station in Berlin. It is a part of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg borough and has undergone several changes in name in the history. It was initially one of the two major railway stations of Berlin.
It started as early as in 1842, with a terminus of 81 kms railway line to Frankfurt.
The Ostbahnhof station has 11 tracks and nine platforms. Five of these platforms are used for main line and four for S- Bahn. Two of the tracks are through tracks. Being one of the busiest routes, it provides a huge number of train services.
Mercedes Benz arena
Most of us have often adored the Mercedes-Benz car. But very few of us actually know that most of the cars of this brand name are produced in Germany. Berlin is one of the three locations which produce Mercedes-Benz. This center of Benz covers almost the whole financial Service centers of Europe.
As a visitor, if you love adoring Mercedes, you can go there and have a look around and may be even buy one.
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