Berlin has a void and they are not afraid to share it. Capitol of Germany, with terrifying history and emptiness that can only be described in ‘voids’ as Daniel Libeskind will demonstrate over and over in his architecture master piece the Jewish Museum.
There is an underlying colourful, youthful side of Berlin that is strong and growing. Art, community gardens and funky hang outs are hiding in every neighbourhood – it took a while to notice but cheery and fresh once they were found!
And what was left standing after WW2 has left an impression on me and every visitor to the city – Museum island is a must for viewing first hand artifacts and art dating back to 1600 bc, mysterious and beautiful!