Located in the heart of Kreuzberg, adjacent to the north by the district of Mitte. Impressive as an alternative Berliner neighborhood (essence of urban culture), I asked locals for its meaning and they told me that Kreuz ('s cross) and Berg (s mountain), was named such in relation to a small hill that was crowned by a cross on top. Walked and viewed this neighborhood from corner to corner and enter this shop interior. It has an outdoor patio and inside a store, where I found dream decorative items. I kept browsing and stored them mentally in my future home. Home-styling with Indian influences, many Balinese and Asian destinations, Arabic decorative touches and splashes of Jordan, Syria and others. Surely I may have left out a country or wrongly reconised something, but I found it tasteful and of high quality. The objects include lamps, chandeliers, furniture, tables and chairs, hammocks, alfonbras and objects in a home where harmony reigns in theory, health and wellness.
This shopping center has high-end fashion and is in one of the most elite areas of Berlin. Specifically, Friedrichstrabe, which is like Fifth Avenue in New York. On this street I can enjoy one of my passions, observing textiles and clothing products from a variety of high fashion boutiques, pret a porter, retail, multi-brand and single-brand stores with all colors and flavors. The Zara and H & M empires are well positioned here. Fashion-retail adapts its product to Berliners, you can buy clothing that are high quality, creative and have cutting-style. The concept of space on Friedrichstradtpassagen is spectacular at the interior level and of great visual beauty. I recommend it if you like the fashion industry. You can find artwork in stores like Louis Vuitton, Etro, Gucci and a variety of pret a porter houses.
They say love is the world's largest message. The big TV tower in Berlin usually dominates the city sky with its great gray silhouette. In April and May of this year, they covered the entire surface of the column carrying the Fernsehturm tower, the highest point in Berlin, with love letters. There were 70 in total, selected among the best letters sent by the townspeople. For example, there was a letter from a guy proposing to his girlfriend and a letter from a resident who simply confesses "Berlin, I love you." The letters are handwritten, as if someone has put graffiti on the tower. It was a promotional event by Deutsche Telekom.
Walking down Friedrichstrabe I found a special place, all about my favorite cars for their concept, design and functionality. There are a wide variety of products such as jackets, accessories, key chains ... The decoration and interior design of this multi-space is great.
Everyone knows that "kartoffel" (potatoes) in Germany are sacred, are the staple of their diet and they go with everything! Really struck me when entering a supermarket and saw this stand with potatoes classified, paper bags and tongs to pick them up and all beautiful, like candy. Nothing like our bags of 5 kilos filled with earth in supermarkets
I saw on TV a story of the famous Paco León explaining a trip to Berlin. He had discovered a shop where all the objects are of the men of the semaphore. This summer I also took a trip to this city and I saw it. There are the typical objects shirts, umbrellas, erasers, pencils, pens, magnets, pins, cups, etc. and I must say that the store is curious. There are several shops in the city but This is located very close to a TV tower.