FHXB Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum
With its free entrance, this museum is a budget version for culture lovers. Offers a permanent exhibition on the history of Berlin’s districts Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg.
Learn about Kreuzbergs history about Turkish Immigrants and how the times changed since the early 60s
Wanna get some local culture knowledge? Go to the local Friedrichshain Kreuzberg Museum. Its for free. Its great.
“This Kreuzberg gallery usually has cool exhibitions from young and emerging Berlin (and international) artists. It’s hidden behind an equally interesting art bookstore.”
“Nice running trail, or just to go for a walk along the spree. Not too crowded. ”
“people, don't miss this place; it's not promoted in regular touristic routes because germans have a difficult relationship to their communist past. This is the cemmentery where most of the soldiers dead in the battle of Berlin are buried. It is so impressive and magestic and it explains a lot of things and gives you a scale and size experience of what happened the last days of the II World war. It's inside a beautiful impressive park, but don't forget this is a monument - memorial - cemmentery, be respectful with the dead. It takes your breath, very very special. ”