Artistic signs about antisemitism in a formerly Jewish quarter

The Bavarian quarter, a part of Schöneberg neighborhood of central-southern Berlin, was home to more than 16,000 Jews in the pre-Nazi era.  At the turn of the 20th century the quarter quickly evolved from village-like settlement to upper-middle class suburb, as a result of the industrial expansion. It bloomed with elegant architecture (Wilhelmine style) and effervescent social life. Many…

Berliner magnetism

Approximately 12,73 million people visited Berlin last year (2016), according to the annual statistics of Amt für Statistik Berlin-Brandenburg. Most of the foreign tourists came form Europe (about 3,6 million), but there were also visitors from America (618.800), Asia (481.900), Australia, New Zealand, Oceania (96.600) and Africa (40.360).And the numbers are growing continuously. I first visited…