The Smartest Dresser in Berlin Is an 86-Year Old Tailor
Yet, even I was stunned when I saw the incredible fashion sense of this 86-year-old gentleman who lives in Berlin. Every day he strolls into work wearing a new suit of some kind, which prompted photographer Zoe Spawton to start snapping a picture of him every morning.
A Walk Through the Destroyed City of Berlin in July 1945
In this absolutely fascinating restored footage, you can witness the streets of Berlin in July 1945, mere months after the German surrender.
Meet the Berlin Zoo Animals in this Mesmerizing HD Video
The Berlin zoo opened in 1844, and the first animals were donations from the King of Prussia. During WWII, the zoo was completely destroyed, and most of the animals were tragically killed.
This Showstopping Senior Couple Steals the Show Every Day
Berlin-based couple Britt Kanja and Günther Krabbenhöft are well known in the city’s social circles, for being daring fashionistas and appearing in all kinds of cultural events, and wrecking the dance floors.
This Cabinet Has So Many Secrets You'll Never Find Them All!
Owned by King Frederick William II, the Berlin cabinet is uniquely remarkable for its ornate decoration, mechanical complexity, and sheer size.
COLD WAR TRIVIA: How Much History Do You Know?
Depositphotos In which year was the Berlin Wall built? 1961 1949 1952 1978 Depositphotos When did Germany split into East and West Germany?
Which Cities Have the Most Vegan Options for Tourists?
Berlin, Germany Source: Ansgar Koreng The city of young artists on the Spree River is one of the best cities to visit as a vegan, as the city has an entirely vegan-friendly street (Schivelbeinerstrasse), including vegan shoe and fashion stores, a vegan supermarket and a café.
The Architectural Wonders of Europe Never Looked Better...
The structures in order of appearance: Brandenburg Gate - Berlin | Arc de Triomphe - Paris | Philharmonie - Luxembourg | Atomium - Brussels | Palace of Westminster - London | Opera House - Copenhagen | Trevi Fountain - Rome | Belém Tower - Lisbon | L'Hemisferic - Valencia | Guggenheim Museum - Bilbao
Remarkable Photos From Days of Christmas' Past...
of the U.S.A. would personally shake the hands of anyone who arrived (1927) A young girl leaving a message for Santa Claus in the Brecknock School for Blind Children (1925) Rehearsals for the first-ever New Year's Eve Time ball drop (1907) A young German couple welcoming the new year on top of the Berlin
This Artist Wanted to See What's in Your Fridge...
Paris, France, 2017 From 2012 to 2018 people from London, Cape Town, Pretoria, Istanbul, Madrid, Paris, and Berlin have opened their fridges to Juncker.
Test: Can You Identify These Famous Landmarks?
London, England Dublin, Ireland New York City, NY Paris, France For what purpose was the Berlin Wall built? To stop people leaving East Berlin To protect West Berlin from violence and revolution To mark the city borders Where is the famous Trevi fountain found?
Take Our Name the Famous Landmarks Quiz!
How Are Men and Women Different? A Few Good Examples
Yang Liu was born in Beijing and has studied in the University of Arts in Berlin. She continued to work as a cutting-edge designer in Singapore, London, Berlin and New York, and has founded her own design studio in 2004.
Have You Ever Been to an Indoor Rain forest?
Tropical Islands Resort is an artificial tropical resort located about 60 kilometers south of Berlin and is housed within the largest free-standing dome in the world.
This German Village Looks Like a REAL Life Fairy Tale!
The village is just an hour away from Berlin by train and is easily accessible to tourists. Apart from being a beautiful village full of cottages divided by waterways, Spreewald is also a biosphere reserve and a UNESCO world heritage site, protecting thousands of animals and plants.
These 16 Videos Will Send You Back Through Time!
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The History You Haven't Seen Before
The first McDonald’s Che Guevara and Fidel Castro Capital of Brazil, in the beginning Pius XII and Hitler The King Rare Beatles photos Osama bin Laden and his family Titanic Then Titanic Today Fall of the Berlin Wall All forms of Coca-Cola bottles John Lennon shortly before his death Real Principles
Famous People Photo Quiz: Can You Identify These?
The Berlin Wall, built in 1961, divided the city to West and East. After 28 years, on November 9th, 1989, tens of thousands came to the wall and broke it down, in a move that signified the end of the cold war.
These Incredible Photos Are Pieces History Will Never Forget
Canadian soldiers land on Courseulles Beach in Normandy, on June 6, 1944 Tumbled over truck with gin in Arnhem, The Netherlands, 1952 German soldiers demonstrate how to defend a trench with hand grenades, near Verdun, 1917 Prisoners of War, World War One, 1917 Jesse Owens on the podium at the 1936 Berlin
QUIZ: Where Should You Go for Inspiration?
Try Again Share Result Berlin Berlin is one of Europe's greatest urban hubs, and offers a fantastic lifestyle as well as a creative industry.
The World Has Changed So Much and These Photos Prove It
Berlin, Germany 8. Istanbul, Turkey 9. Singapore, Republic of Singapore 10. Tokyo, Japan 11. London, Great Britain 12.
Going Up or Down, These Stairs are Just as Gorgeous
Morlaix, France Targu Mures, Romania Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Sicily, Italy Valparaiso, Chile Liège, Belgium Source Berlin, Germany Source Tokyo, Japan London, England Seoul, South Korea Source San Francisco, U.S.A. San Francisco, U.S.A.
Can You Believe People Actually Pay to Sleep Here?
This small hotel in Berlin has only 31 rooms, each with its own unique design by artist Lars Stroschen. Some of the rooms are so elaborate and complex that visitors get a manual on how to use the rooms. This might sound bizarre but once you see the rooms you'll understand why it's necessary.