A spark of the Alhambra in Berlin-Marzahn's oriental garden, the serene atmosphere of the Buddhist House in Frohnau, original Artists' houses now opened up as museums, or The Exterminating Angel bar in Kreuzberg...
Berlin: Hidden Places presents seventy-three lucent and creative sites of hidden art, architecture and natural beauty. It uncovers contemplative and cosmopolitan spaces, unusual entertainment venues and unique oases of hospitality. The book invites you to explore Berlin's subtle layers, which can only be revealed with an attentive second glance.
Its authors, both anthropologists and lifelong city explorers, will stimulate your appetite for the city behind the city.
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