Photo album from Berlin – Germany

No city in Europe has suffered as much beating and destruction in modern times as Berlin. The reconstruction after the war has given Berlin a completely new architecture, but still many parts of the city are very worn with broken windows, graffiti and demolished houses. Somewhere in the worn lies the charm of Berlin. The graffiti becomes murals, the demolished house becomes a new glass complex, what remains of the wall becomes an art gallery and everywhere in all the dark little alleys you will find a cozy little affordable neighborhood pub. 

Brandenburg Gate in Berlin
Street Art in Berlin
Architecture in Berlin
Buy a wurst in Berlin
Berlin Wall
Watchtower at the Berlin Wall
Restaurant in Berlin
Mural in Belin
Ubahn in Berlin
Ubahn in Berlin
Ubahn in Berlin
Judgment in Berlin
Ubahn in Berlin
Alexanderplatz in Berlin
Ubahn in Berlin
Trabi in Berlin
Berlin Wall
Shelter in Berlin
Reichstag in Berlin
Pink tubes in Berlin
Monuments in Berlin
Christmas market on Kurfurstendamm
Christmas market on Kurfurstendamm
Christmas market on Kurfurstendamm
Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin
Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin
Architecture and street art in Berlin
Architecture and street art in Berlin
Architecture and street art in Berlin
Architecture and street art in Berlin
Alexanderplatz in Berlin

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Travel blogger, gastronaut, photographer and family adventurer with over 60 countries in his luggage. Eva loves trips that include beautiful nature, hiking boots and well-cooked food. On the travel site Rucksack she takes you to all corners of the world with the help of her inspiring pictures and texts.

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