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(Office) Platz vor dem Neuen Tor 1B
10115 Berlin
T:+49 (0)30 / 9 22 77 207
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C/O Berlin C/O Berlin
im Postfuhramt
Oranienburger Straße / Tucholskystraße 35-36/19-21
10117 Berlin (Mitte)

telephone: +49 30 28 09 19 25

info@co-berlin.com
http://www.co-berlin.info

Since June 2006 this  exhibition site can be found in a former imperatorial post building, which is protected by a preservation order. The name „C/O Berlin” stands for „International Forum for Visual Dialogues“ and celebrates fotografers and cultural events with international fame. Karl Lagerfeld, Anton Corbijn, James Nachtwey, René Burri, Annie Leibovitz and Martin Parr have given guests performances. The „C/O Berlin” opens daily from 11am to 8pm. Admission as well as guided tour : 10€.



Museumsinsel
Am Lustgarten 1
10117 Berlin (Mitte)

telephone: +49 266 42-4242
fax: +49 266 42-2290

service@smb.museum.de
http://www.museumsinsel-berlin.de

© Bildarchiv Lehnartz, 2000

The Museumsinsel (Museum Island) is a highly frequented tourist spot and at the same time one of the most important areas of high museum density worldwide. In 1900 due to Wilhelm von Bode the art collections became famous and comparable, not to say competitive, to other world- renowned museums such as the Louvre/ Paris, the Uffizi/ Florence or the British Museum/ London. The Museumsinsel is situated in the River Spree and has an area of almost one square kilometer. On this island, over 6,000 years of human history are presented in a temple city of art and culture in the following buildings: Altes Museum, Neues Museum, Alte Nationalgalerie, Bode- Museum, Pergamonmuseum and James Simon- Gallery. In 1999 UNESCO placed Museumsinsel under its protection as a "World Cultural Heritage" site.



Madame Tussauds Berlin Madame Tussauds Berlin
Wachsfigurenkabinett
Unter den Linden 74
10117 Berlin (Mitte)

telephone: +49 180 554 58 00
fax: +49 30 40004627

Madame.Tussauds.Berlin.MECC@merlinentertainments.biz
http://www.madametussauds.com/Berlin/

The traditional Madame Tussauds already exists since 200 years and shows its visitors a special exhibition of wax figures. Located at the famous boulevard Unter den Linden in the district of Mitte, Madame Tussauds Berlin already is the 8th branch next to London, New York, Las Vegas, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Washington D.C. and Hollywood. On 2,500 square meters you will find seven themes with 75 stars categorized as: History and Politics, Culture, Behind the Scenes, Sports Stars, TV Stars, Pop stars and Celebrities. Take a close look at people that are very famous in Germany such as Albert Einstein, Angela Merkel, Boris Becker, Johann Sebastian Bach, Thomas Gottschalk and Tokio Hotel. The day ticket costs 19€ for adults and 14€ for kids up to the age of 14.



The Berlin Rock Photo Gallery The Berlin Rock Photo Gallery
c/o Schwarzkopf & Schwarzkopf Verlag GmbH
Kastanienallee 32
10435 Berlin (Prenzlauer Berg)

telephone: +49 44 33 63 00

info@rockphotogallery.com
http://www.rockphotogallery.com

Foto: www.angeles-eyes.com
Queen, David Bowie, Syd Barrett, Jimi Hendrix, Robbie Williams – famous musicians may be found in one room: Photographs of portraits, studio intakes, live performances or privacy. While working with the world famous idols - often over a yearlong period of time - the photographers could take very intimate and personal pictures. „The Berlin Rock Photo Gallery“ still is a young gallery, where you may even get to buy photographs signed by hand or meet the photographers in person– with a bit of luck.



Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin
Niederkirchnerstraße 7
10963 Berlin

telephone: +49 30 254 86-0
fax: +49 30 254 86-107

post@gropiusbau.de
http://www.gropiusbau.de

Foto © jirka-jansch.com, 2007

The renaissance style „Martin-Gropius-Bau“ was built from 1877 to 1881 by the architects Martin Gropius and Heino Schmieden. Although roughly damaged in World War II, it was not preserved as site of historic interest until 1966. In 1978 the building was accurately restored. From 1998 to 2000 another restoration took place and today the „Martin-Gropius-Bau“ is one of the most famous and beautiful exhibition buildings in Germany. Millions of visitors have enjoyed international fairs, exhibition of paintings and tradeshows.



Galerie NEU
Philippstraße 13
10115 Berlin (Mitte)

telephone: +49 30 2 85 75 50
fax: +49 30 2 81 00 85

mail@galerieneu.com
http://www.galerieneu.net

Tuesday to Saturday from 11am to 6pm you may visit the “Galerie Neu” (which means new gallery) that is located just a few blocks away from our apartments „Vor dem Neuen Tor“. Artists such as Kai Althoff, Claire Fontaine, Nick Mauss or Francesco Vezzoli display themselves in this small gallery for insiders.



Berlinische Galerie
Landesmuseum für Moderne
Alte Jakobstraße 124-128
10969 Berlin

telephone: +49 30 789 02 600
fax: +49 30 789 02 700

bg@berlinischegalerie.de
http://www.berlinischegalerie.de

Berlin's Museum of Modern Art, Photography, and Architecture, as one of the youngest museums in Berlin, has a passion for experimenting. Founded in 1975 as a private institution and for years housed in the Martin-Gropius-Bau, the Berlinische Galerie moved to its new home in Alte Jakobstraße in October, 2004. Combining elements of the national gallery, with its international focus, and the city museum, with its emphasis on cultural history, the Berlinische Galerie collects, researches, and exhibits works from 1870 until the present. Themes include the secessionists and the Jungen Wilden group, Fluxus and Dada, New Objectivity and expressionism, the Russians in Berlin, the avant-garde in architecture and photography, Berlin during the Nazi regime, the city in ruins, East- and West-Berlin, the formation of the metropolis.



McNair- Barracks McNair- Barracks
Initiativkreis Berlin e.V.
Goerzallee 190-234
14167 Berlin

telephone: +49 30 84 72 72 00

mcnair-museum@t-online.de
http://www.mcnair-museum.org

After World War II, from 1945 to 1994, the West Allies recruited 250.000 civilians from the Berlin population. These civilian workforces were employed in all kind of positions. From administration, maintenance, supply units, logistics, housing, security etc. The exhibits of the McNair-Museum are dedicated to the men and women who worked for almost 5o years to preserve a free West Berlin.  Additionally, the McNair-Museum is a meeting point for former soldiers and civilians who are interested in this vibrant part of Berlin history. Of course, compared to famous museums such as Checkpoint Charlie, the exhibition (located at original ground of the McNair Barracks!) is small but vividly and affectionately made!


 
 


 
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