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Berlin Unwrapped

Berlin is a city that conjures strong images: Nazi rallies, bombed-out buildings, Soviet tanks, the Wall, May Day riots, and the capital of reunited Germany, famed for its hedonistic nightlife. It has risen and reinvented itself innumerable times from chaos and apparent ruin. Berlin Unwrapped captures the unique essence of Berlin. In it you will discover the most authentic local haunts, the facts behind the historic façades and the best in culture and entertainment. There are special chapters on Jewish Berlin, Hitler’s Berlin, Divided Berlin and the Berlin Wall, as well as useful information on how to get around and what to do when you get there - morning, noon and night.

200 pages | 5 x 8

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Table of Contents

1.  The Berlin Feeling

2.  Easy Riding

3.  City Centre Sights

4.  Cool Collections

5.  Small Worlds

6.  Outer Edges

7.  Stage and Screen

8.  Late Nightlife

9.  Café Society

10. Buy, Buy Berlin

11. The Berlin Calendar

12. Special Dossier:

            Jewish Berlin

            Hitler’s Berlin

            Divided Berlin

            The Berlin Wall

Berlin Timeline


The Author

Index of photographs

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