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Autumn walk in park Südgelände

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Autumn walk in park Südgelände

Of course, Berlin is always gorgeous. Every season has it’s special way of playing with the city. Spring and summer make it festive, colourful and happy, the street-art seems more bright than usual and the warm sun lights up the parks all around. The white winters are a perfect match with the Berliner alt-bau and the grey modern architecture. In autumn, everything is yellow, the colour that, for me, equals Berlin.

When we are in luck and it is a sunny autumn day I just can’t wait to get outside. I long to wander around this beautiful yellow autumn, Berlin at its best. This time we visited Südgelände, a park in the south of Berlin. It’s one of the most underrated parks in the city and definitely worth a visit.… Continue reading

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Abandoned adventures: Chemiewerk Rüdersdorf

It was cold, way way too cold and the small walk from the car to the gates of Chemiewerk in Rüdersdorf had already had a huge impact on my body. The warmth was far away and even though my big winterjacket was supposed to save me from the cold, I didn’t feel particular enthusiastic anymore after walking that slippery route. What the hell were we doing here on this cold winter day? The feeling sort of disappeared when we walked through the gates but after more and more minutes passed, I couldn’t wait to go back home.… Continue reading

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