Originally, this Berlin Guide was intended as a parody and to be for Berliners only. Alas, from the very beginning, the last never worked. If I continue to work on this guide, despite of running out of jokes, this project is in danger to become a sincere Berlin city guide.
Some of the pages are quite old. I reworked the HTML source a bit, when I started to translate all pages to English, but I did not change the design though. Due to this, you can enjoy not only the content, but also the look of early internet times. There was no need for a CMS in those days. Everybody coded pages with the help of a book or by trial and error. In those days, the web was beautiful corny!
This page allows you to place layers of historical maps over a current map. Depending on your connection, the scripts and the data load a bit long and may freeze your browser for a few seconds. Nothing wrong and it's worth!
Nice done website with an English version about the history of the Peninsula Strahlau, from Förderverein Stralauer Dorfkirche e.V. It is presented here to you, because of the monument to Karl Marx, but you may learn a lot more about this beautiful piece of Berlin.
Look for more links at the German version of this page, in case you understand a bit of our language.
You'll find the bus below on all pages of the Berlin-Guide. It always brings you back home to this page. With the lower magenta navigator thing, you can jump to the previous stop, to top of page or to the next destination of our guided tour. And please don't think, all Berliners are like me. They are worse!