at least when in germany… and if you enter this particular kino you are inside the kino international, the main cinema for premieres of the gdr. it’s a fantastic cinema with its interior only slightly modernized since the 60s. definitely worth a visit if you’re in berlin. it’s quite close to alexanderplatz, too.
kino international, berlin mitte, 2017
the robot cleaner does its job at the louvre pyramid, paris, 21.03.2017
st.michael kirche, berlin mitte 2016
playing tourist in my own city.
alte nationalgalerie and berliner dom – berlin mitte, 2017
berlin friedrichshain, 2017
st. richard, berlin neukölln, 2017
i really like the green one
berlin mitte, 2017
… at least as close as it gets in berlin, germany in january 2017
ace frehley – new york groove (click, hear)
berlin treptow, january 2017
detail of the molecule man, a statue in the spree river around where the three districts friedrichshain, treptow and kreuzberg meet
saarbrücken, january 2017
detail of a former gas station in venlo, the netherlands, december 2016
it’s apparently not simply one former gas station but in fact the oldest still existing gas station building in the whole of the netherlands. it was built in 1933, is now part of the limburgs museum and can be rented as a meeting room.
modern jazz quartet – three windows (click, hear)
weltzeituhr am alexanderplatz, berlin mitte, januar 2017
found right at alexanderplatz, berlin mitte, 2016
sounds reasonable to me!
haus der statistik, berlin mitte, 2016
berlin friedrichshain, 2016
volksbühne, berlin mitte, 2016
fun fact: did you know ‘ost’ is the swedish word for cheese? the etymology of cheese and its siblings is quite interesting and i learned a lot from the internet again.
‘ost’ btw. is the german (short form) word for ‘east’