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... Sculpture Collection and Museum of Byzantine Art and the Coin Cabinet.
What was startling about this exhibition was the extremely high percentage of religious sculptures. It must have been close to 90%. How could this have come about? Possibly for a number of reasons. During the time the church held almost total domination on the community. Mankind's need to worship was directed to images as the thing to venerate. Another reason ...
... our hotel was going to be. Then, our bus dropped us off near the Brandenburg Gate and we began our walking tour.
The first stop of the walking tour was the Brandenburg gate. This gate is one of the most iconic symbols of Berlin and is used as a sign of peace and unity. During the Communist Era, the gate was inaccessible to the public as the Berlin Wall blocked it off. When the wall finally opened in 1989, the Gate served as a media hub and was the ...
... pub that had over 400 beers available to try but quickly opted for the house sample tray rather than get lost in all of the crazy varieties of Belgian beers. It was really interesting since they gave us a nice assortment of light, dark, wheat and a fruit beer as well. Not quite satisfied that we had experienced all that Belgian brews had to offer we also stopped at a little shop that was attached to a local brewery and a very nice guy who worked there walked us through ...
... immediately strung a sequence of experiences together that generated a relaxed and alternative atmosphere. A lady playing music at a station. The aesthetics of the trains and the stations, especially the crisp design of the signs. Wide open streets with most of the space dedicated to pedestrians and cyclists. These impressions and probably hundreds more that I could not describe or was even consciously aware of create the seemingly unified experienced ...
... lovely in its own way. I started off yesterday by buying a new smartphone (finally, since I lost my phone in Rome) and then went on an alternative and free walking tour of street art. Wow. One story is particularly funny. This guy goes around on his bike (has for years) painting 6s all over Berlin! The tour guide said, even on a dog once! What! And a lot of the street art is anti-capitalistic, they really are not into big industries taking over. In Kreuzberg actually, there is ...