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skylightbooks:

The inspiration for our Banned Books Week window display: Bebelplatz in Berlin, Germany, site of student-led Nazi book burning on 10 May, 1933. Designed by Micha Ullman, the empty shelves are made to hold 20,000 books, the estimated total burned on that night.

(pictures of our display to follow)
annelueth:

night ride start
nikolavukovic:

Autumn in Berlin 2013
@ Tegel Airport
daysofdeutsch:

Techno parade through Alexanderplatz? Die Leute - People. So many people… and so many police
courtneychavanell:

Me too. Found street art under a bridge in Berlin.  #berlin #germany #streetart #graffiti #36
moniseum:

#berlinale #berlinfashionweek #berlinmarathon #berlinfestival #berlincitygirl #berlin_boheme #berlinstyle #berlintattoo #berlingirl #berlinale2014 #berlinbynight #berlinbaby #berlinfashion #berlincitygirls #berlinsummer #berlin #igersberlin #igers_berlin #berlinlovers #berlinlife #berlindubistsowunderbar #berlinlover #berlinlove #berlingram (at BVG-Fährstation Alt-Kladow)
keanoanton:

Möbel-Olfe, Berlin – July 2014
berlincyclechic:

the wind underneath a black trench coat
boyirl:

Christo and Jeanne-Claude - Wrapped Reichstag, Berlin, 1995 


After a struggle spanning the seventies, eighties and nineties, the wrapping of the Reichstag was completed in June 1995. For two weeks, the building was shrouded with silvery fabric, shaped by the blue ropes, highlighting the features and proportions of the imposing structure.
sapphire1707:

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