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46 Where to goin berlin

46 Where to goin berlin Museums & Exhibitions Dali – The exhibition at Potsdamer Platz Dali – The exhibition at Potsdamer Platz On the 5 th February 2009, the new cultural highlight “Dalí – The exhibition at Potsdamer Platz” opened its doors right in the pulsating heart of Berlin. Thus, the work of one of the most sophisticated and contradictory artists of the modern age, Salvador Dalí, is brought to the general public in a permanent museum exhibition. The museum, with over 450 exhibits from private collections from around the world, under the direction of the curator and executive director Carsten Kollmeier, offers the most comprehensive insight into Dali’s eclectic work in the heart of the cultural metropolis. Dalí Berlin Ausstellungsbetriebs-GmbH Leipziger Platz 7 10117 Berlin Tel: +49 30 20 67 35 860 Metro: S+ U Potsdamer Platz U2 S1 S2 S25 Tutankhamun’s Tomb Hits Town The globe-trotting Tutankhamun – His Tomb & His Treasures exhibition will be opening at the ARENA Berlin on March 9 th . The reconstruction features burial and treasure chambers that cannot be seen in this form anywhere else in the world – not even in Egypt, because Tutankhamun’s original tomb in the Valley of Kings has been almost completely The stunning reproductions of the Tutankhamun exhibition emptied. “Tutankhamun’s treasures are now on display in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo,” said Christoph Scholz, project manager and executive producer of the exhibition. “So the impression of space in the original tomb can only be experienced at this exhibition. Virtual archaeology makes worlds accessible that in reality no longer exist in their entirety, and that’s why this exhibition features more than 1,000 replicas of the most important finds, all of which have been reconstructed by Egyptian craftsmen. It is one of the largest travelling exhibitions in the world.” ARENA BERLIN Eichenstraße 4 12435 Berlin - Treptow Metro: Schlesisches Tor U1 Treptower Park S41 S42 S8 S9 Gay Café Berio The traditional café is located in the gay district of Schöneberg. Food, cake, Café Berio coffee, drinks - no matter what you are looking for, the Berio will offer you a huge selection of delights. For example six different kinds of cola. It is very popular for it´s a varied audience. International visitors here sitting next to people from the neighborhood. For the culinary pleasure ensures the regional weekly menu, which also keeps vegetarian dishes prepared. The Berio also serves as a gallery with changing exhibitions of mostly young gay artists. Maaßenstraße 7 10777 Berlin Phone: +49 30 216 19 46 Metro: U Nollendorfplatz U1 U2 U3 U4 Café Berio Tom’s Hotel Berlin is sexy... and the favourite capital for tourists in Europe. Discover a capital of Europe at close range. Many gay tourists love the city because of the multifaceted and high paced scene. Tom’s Hotel... is the central located Gay Hotel in the capital. In addition, you will get our Hotel-Pass, which entitles you to exclusive offers in the gay scene; including discounts on dinner, shopping, clubbing and the sauna. The team of Tom’s Hotel looks forward to your visit! Tom’s Hotel Motzstraße 19 10777 Berlin Tel: +49 30 21 96 66 04 www.toms-group.de Metro: U Nollendorfplatz U1 U2 U3 U4 ITB BERLIN NEWS • Friday 8 th March 2013 www.wheretogoinberlin.com

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