Berlin offers much more than just history, parks and museums. It has a colorful centre for drinking coffee, shopping and chatting with friends. Even dough it was regarded as a slum district and had a substantial Jewish population with a high proportion of migrants from Eastern Europe, Scheunenviertel transformed itself into a busy shopping, eating and entertainment zone. It has also become the darling of the city’s creative class with cafes and bars filled with fashion designers and actors.
It is situated on the north of the medieval Altberlin area, east of the Rosenthaler Straße and Hackescher Markt.
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