Full of provocative shops, Schöneberg is an irreverent neighbourhood in Berlin. The neighbourhood is full of wide boulevards and big plazas that lead to small outdoor markets. This markets are the perfect place for a Sunday stroll. The stalls are full of handmade products and fresh vegetables for you to buy or just admire. The neighbourhood is filled with vintage and antique shops. Schöneberg is a residential neighbourhood, but on the north it does have bars and clubs, welcoming a thriving gay community. The neighbourhood is site of numerous public festivals and parades – there is always something going on.
The residential neighbourhood is home to young workers and a thriving LGBT community.
Museum of Unheard Things is full of objects that surround daily life, some of them attached to extraordinary people or events, while others are simply unheard of.
The Schöneberger Südgelände Park it is now a protected haven for dozens of species of plant-life, animals and birds.
The neighbourhood is calm and quiet, having bars and clubs on the northern area.
Studying in Berlin is a truly international experience. Students from all over the world concentrate in the German capital and form an incredible, multi-cultural environment. At the same time, the city is also the best place to immerse yourself in German culture, and its local diversity.
Berlin is a lively, vivid city that is constantly evolving with new trends. Berlin is also a great city for young entrepreneurs. After all, it is Europe’s startup capital! Here, students can participate and contribute in several ambitious projects at the same time as they study.
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