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Schwules Museum

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10785,70-73 Lützowstraße,Berlin

An impressive and unique permanent collection of documents covering more than 200 years of gay history. The Schwules Musuem features an exhibition space, an archive and a library exploring homosexuality in all its...
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CineStar Sony Center

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10785, Potsdamer Straße 4,,Berlin

Mega-good multiplex An exemplary eight-screen cinema within Potsdamer Platz's Sony centre , opened in 2000. Terrific projection and sound, comfortable and no dubbing of English-language movies (sadly a common practice...
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Pergamon Museum

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10117,5 Am Kupfergraben,Berlin

Antiquity reconstructed, and popular too One of the five great museums on Berlin's Museumsinsel (Museum Island) — making for ever so easy art-hopping — the Pergamon was built between 1910 and 1930 and houses giants of...
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Delphi Filmpalast

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10623,12 Fasanenstraße,Berlin

Berlin's premier art movie house A local treasure, the stylish, elegant and comfortable Delphi Filmpalast housed Berlin's biggest cinema screen when it opened in 1949 on land previously occupied by the famous and...
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Between Bridges

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10787,15 Keithstraße,Berlin

Berlin gallery of Wolfgang Tillmans Art enterprise overseen by gay German-born Berlin/London photographer Wolfgang Tillmans, who in 2000 won the Tate gallery's Turner Prize, becoming the first in his field (and the...
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Volksbühne Berlin

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10178,227 Linienstraße,Berlin

Yet another side of experimental Berlin Germany's most famous modern theatre was founded in 1890 as a means of providing live performances of naturalist plays for the common worker at affordable prices. The present...
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Zoo Palast

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10623,29A Hardenbergstraße,Berlin

Swanky 1957 cinema A Berlin jewel built in 1957 from designs by Paul Schwebes (1902–78) , Hans Schoszberger (1907–97) and Gerhard Fritsche (1916–65), whose modern two-screen cinema replaced the war-destroyed movie...
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Astor Film Lounge

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10719,Kurfürstendamm 225 ,Berlin

Swanky way to spend a rainy afternoon Classy and luxuriant 1950s movie house reinvented and reopened in 2008 as a cinema-cum-lounge with state-of-the-art projection and plush seating, screening the latest Hollywood and...
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Berliner Philharmonie

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10785,1 Herbert-von-Karajan-Straße,Berlin

Celebrated modern concert hall Berlin's premier concert hall — and home of the Berlin Philharmonic — is also one of the city's icons whose unorthodox design by Hans Scharoun (1893–1972) is now far less controversial...
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Bode-Museum

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10117,2 Am Kupfergraben,Berlin

Sculptures, paintings and coins A striking and grandly domed neoclassical structure perched above the Spree on Berlin's Museumsinsel (Museum Island), the elegant and fluid Bode houses exquisite collections of...
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Deutsche Oper Berlin

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10627,35 Bismarckstraße,Berlin

The modern-looking one of Berlin's two opera houses Celebrated postwar opera house opened in 1961 in the spirit of West Berlin, and marked by none of the neoclassical features that defined its previous 1912...
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Galerie Buchholz

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10719,30 Fasanenstraße,Berlin

Excellent modern art gallery that happens to be gay-owned The Berlin outpost for Köln gallerist Daniel Buchholz, whose slate of artists since 1986 has included Julian Göthe, Jack Smith, Peter Doig, Cerith Wyn Evans,...
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Galerie Judin

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10785,83 Potsdamer Straße,Berlin

Gays love art Impressive and atmospheric gay-owned eight-metre-high gallery space run by Swiss-born Juerg Judin, located in a building that formerly hosted the offices of the newspaper Der Tagesspiegel. Judin's set...
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Gemäldegalerie

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10785,6 Matthäikirchplatz,Berlin

Goldmine of 13th- to 18th-century paintingsOh yes, this is very good. One of the continent's more impressive and comprehensive collections of European art, the Gemäldegalerie straddles six centuries, with works by Fra...
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Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin

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10557,50 Invalidenstraße,Berlin

Art museum for the here and now The most hip of the Nationalgalerie's six Berlin outlets, this converted 19th-century train station combines striking neoclassical detail with a modern sensibility. The building was last...
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Martin-Gropius-Bau

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10117,7 Niederkirchnerstraße,Berlin

Art and culture on a grand scale Boasting an eclectic slate of more than 20 art, photography and cultural exhibitions a year, this neo-Renaissance Berlin landmark was built between 1877 and 1881 by architects Martin...
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Neues Museum

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10178,1-3 Bodestraße,Berlin

19th-century Berlin art landmark with modern touches Since its reopening in 2009, following massive and elegant restoration and reinvention by British architect David Chipperfield, the previously war-ravaged and...
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Schloss Charlottenburg (Charlottenburg Palace)

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14059,10 Spandauer Damm,Berlin

Gays love palaces Berlin's grandest surviving royal palace is a baroque/rococo-era structure built for the Hohenzollern family and then elaborated on, with its gardens remaining a major attraction along with its...
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Staatsoper (im Schiller Theater)

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10625,110 Bismarckstraße,Berlin

World-class opera in olde-worlde-style elegance Berlin's oldest opera house, the Staatsoper, goes back to 1742 (architect Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff ), though this was rebuilt in 1844 following devastation by...
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Theater des Westens

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10623,12 Kantstraße,Berlin

The Theater des Westens is one of the most famous theatres for musicals and operettas in Berlin, Germany, located at Kantstraße 10–12 in Charlottenburg. It was founded in 1895 for plays.
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Metropolitan Rj

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10117,159 Stadtbahnbogen,Berlin

Citibank Hall is a music venue, in the city of Rio de Janeiro, capital of the same state. The venue has a capacity of 8,450 spectators, but can have four different configurations. It was opened in September 1994, with...
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