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French Berliner

French Berliner

Sophomore in a business school, I will study four months in March in Berlin. It is the opportunity for me to share with you a special experience...
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French Berliner

Sophomore in a business school, I will study four months in March in Berlin. It is the opportunity for me to share with you a special experience...
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Depuis : 04/11/2010
Categorie : Tourisme, Lieux et Événements

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Bauhaus, Architecture & Design in Berlin

Bauhaus, Architecture & Design in Berlin

Before the international design festival in Berlin to be held from 1 to 5 June, I had the opportunity to visit this weekend the institution of the Bauhaus. From German "Bau": "building" and "haus": "home", this landmark of German architecture and design has been particularly abused during the Second World War. First closed by the Nazis and then re-
Filmhaus, behind the german screen

Filmhaus, behind the german screen

Inside the Sony Center is the museum of German cinema and television. Packed with technology and elegantly arranged, the rooms offer to travel through about a century of German cinema. From the pioneers such as Fritz Lang's masterpiece "Metropolis" to controversial work with "The Gods of the Stadium" by Leni Riefenstahl, between art film and Nazi p
Ampelmann, joyful resistance in Berlin

Ampelmann, joyful resistance in Berlin

Character of everyday life that we ended up forgotten in France, the "little guy from circulation," red or green, has nevertheless a story, especially in Berlin. Indeed, the inevitable "Ampelmann" or "Man-bulb" has become a hallmark of the capital in the world. Created in 1961 by Karl Peglau, "traffic psychologist" (Verkehrspsychologe) mascot is re
June 21, Fête de la Musique!

June 21, Fête de la Musique!

On the idea of eternal culture minister Jack Lang, the Fête de la Musique was born in 1982 in France, to celebrate the first day of summer. The concept was exported soon because it is in 1995 that it arrives in Berlin with a lot of open airand free concerts for the occasion. The Music Festival is also celebrated in 21 other cities in Germany and i
An electronic german experience

An electronic german experience

This weekend, I assist to a concert from a mythical German group of the Berliner electro scene: Digitalism. Initially composed by the duo Jens Spinal / Tuefekci Ismail, the line-up was yesterday night increased by a drummer who gave more warmth to the electronics songs. The tracklist was as composed of old titles as new songs to appear in the album
Saturday, the Museum of Decorative Arts

Saturday, the Museum of Decorative Arts

Located in the areas of the Potsdamer Platz, the Museum of Decorative Arts or "Kunstgewerbemuseum", is one of the oldest museum in Berlin. Arranged over four floors, it proposes to follow the evolution of ancient objects post-antquity until today. By exploring the styles and periods of art history, it lets us see the reliquaries of medieval inlaid
Slices of life in GDR

Slices of life in GDR

Along the Spree is the museum of the GDR, that is, an era that marked forever the history of Berlin and, more generally, the history of Germany. Indeed, the arrival of the "iron curtain" between Western Europe and the Eastern bloc had a considerable influence on the lifestyles of Berlin until his fall in 1989. The museum purposes, not without a cer
"Ich bin ein Berliner !"

"Ich bin ein Berliner !"

Next to the Brandenburg Gate and right the Embassy of France, is the Kennedy - Museum. The ex-U.S. President is indeed part of the memory of Berlin for his speech on June 23, 1963 and the famous "Ich bin ein Berliner", addressed in support of a city still bruised. Pretty small, the exhibition pays tribute to the man, his destiny without too much in
Pergamon, an exceptional museum

Pergamon, an exceptional museum

Today, I enjoyed my day off to visit one of the most visited museum in Berlin, the Pergamon Museum. This place is full of masterpieces of the past and allows to learn more about our ancestors, their history and then ours. Built on Museum Island in 1930 right in between the wars, the museum displays treasures of sculpture and architecture from both
Let's Dance to the Wombats!

Let's Dance to the Wombats!

Last month, I was to a concert of a british band: The Wombats. Originally from Liverpool, as the group of four boys I forgot the name, they are only three and are almost more noise! Led by the charismatic leader Matthew Murphy, whose hair is comparable to that of Robert Smith (the "Cure" for the uneducated), the group delivered a performance full o