Friedrichshain

Interesting
The working-class character of the Friedrichshain district, crossed by Karl-Marx-Allee, is recalled by the area's industrial wasteland and low-income housing. Driven out of the Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg districts by increases in rent, many of Berlin's young, creative artists have moved into this area in the past few years. Of particular interest are the Strausberger Platz and Volkspark Friedrichshain, while the East Side Gallery (remains of the Berlin Wall) should not be missed.

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Karl-Marx Allee

Nearby tourist attractions

Volkspark Friedrichshain
Volkspark Friedrichshain
Built to celebrate the centenary of
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Strausberger Platz
Strausberger Platz
The huge open area of this square at the
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Prenzlauer Berg
Prenzlauer Berg
A refuge for artists during the post-war
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Karl-Marx Allee
Karl-Marx Allee
Once known as Stalinallee, this immense
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Jewish Cemetery
Jewish Cemetery
Opened in 1827 after the cemetery in the
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Alexanderhaus
Alexanderhaus
Two buildings on the Alexanderplatz, the
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Strausberger Platz
Strausberger Platz
The huge open area of this square at the
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Prenzlauer Berg
Prenzlauer Berg
A refuge for artists during the post-war
1:30
Karl-Marx Allee
Karl-Marx Allee
Once known as Stalinallee, this immense
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