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Marian
Marian
May 27, 2017
german food traditional restaurant
Ariane
Ariane
February 28, 2017
Oldest part of Berlin city, one of the few locations not destroyed during WW2.
Noam
Noam
January 31, 2017
Berlin's Nikolai Quarter (Nikolaiviertel) is considered the heart of the old city, and is where you'll find many of its oldest and most popular attractions, including St. Nicholas' Church (Nikolaikirche), a number of museums, and a fun history trail. Recent redevelopment has seen this pedestrian…
Bernadette
Bernadette
September 27, 2016
Oldest part of the city, looks beautiful!
Marcel
Marcel
December 5, 2016
Oldest part of Berlin

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3 Am Nußbaum
Mitte, Berlin 10178
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