Touristenhaus Gruenau

Address: Dahmestrasse 6, Berlin, 12527, Germany | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Treptow-Köpenick area of Berlin, is near Treptower Park and Mueggelsee.
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    A Message Of Hope From Hel’s Pond

    A travel blog entry by anthonstmaarten on Apr 10, 2015

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    The Bull of Hel by Paul Mersmann is more commonly known as the “largest ox of Berlin”. The enormous sculpture constructed with Rüdersdorfer limestone is nine meters long and seven meters in height. It was erected in the early 1930s by unemployed Berlin sculptors according to Mersmann’s design. Legend has it that a secret cartridge was placed inside the sculpture containing an appeal against Hitler, signed by the ...

    Day 24 - Berlin

    A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Sep 26, 2014

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    ... the history and sharing some stories. We had coffee at the bistro near by then climbed the look out tower. From the look out we could get a good view of the inner and outer walls with guard tower still standing. In the horizon were beautiful domed buildings. We had no plans for the day so we took off in there direction. One of the buildings is a Jewish synagogue with police guarding it. We only admired it from the outside. We we continued our walk we came across Berlins ...

    Day 3 - Berlin bike tour

    A travel blog entry by boardman on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... in. Rome will be even more so I guess. Not as much WW2 sites as I hoped. Thy got rid of most of the Nazi stuff, which I understand. The rest was just bombed to rubble in the war of course. Lots of Cold War stuff since the wall just came down 20+ years ago. Powerful to see the wall and hear stories of escapes, most not successful and ended in death. Most of the beautiful historical buildings were on the eastern Russian side and they did not restore them after the war ...

    Vin et Baguettes...Bier und Brot

    A travel blog entry by cano-dorval on May 18, 2014

    4 comments, 44 photos

    ... we hear: “YOU are going the WRONG WAY on a ONE WAY STREET and the RIGHT ROAD is OVER THERE and GET ON IT NOW (all in German of course....!!) We started going the wrong way on the one way streets on purpose, just to see the amazing reaction we would get out of people....over...well nothing! If the streets were busy...or dangerous it would make sense how upset they would get....but ...it was along the Mosel River....in tiny German wine ...

    The concentration camp

    A travel blog entry by lerato.t on Mar 28, 2014

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    Mila and I travelled a long distance to the Sachsenhausen Concentration camp. We even bought train tickets to the camp and were told that it would be a 45min ride on the train. We arrived in some town and ran around like idiots asking people where the platform for the train to ...