Saved from demolition in 1990 by an artist collective, Tacheles is located in what was once the Jewish quarter of East Berlin. The building itself tells a tale of post-war rebirth as it still bears shelling damage from WWII but is now brightly decorated with huge graffiti murals. The inside courtyard is home to several sculptures made from rubble and debris. Today, the Tacheles is an art center with a café, cinema, performance and exhibition spaces.
Arts & Museums
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- Nearest Train: Frohnau