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Mauerpark is a public linear park in Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg district. The name translates to "Wall Park", referring to its status as a former part of the Berlin Wall and its Death Strip. The park is located at the border of Prenzlauer Berg and Gesundbrunnen district of former West Berlin.
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This park fills a space where the Berlin Wall once ran. On Sundays, visitors overrun the space for the most popular flea market in the city. Walk along a remnant of the Berlin Wall constantly being re-worked in new graffiti or test out your rock star skills for Bearpit Karaoke.. ( 15 min from the…
In former times an ordinary street, in GDR times death zone and wall district and now "the park to go" in our area. On Sundays there is a big flee market.
This is the biggest Berlin flea market, and one of the symbolic place of Berliner' s life.
Empfehlenswert am Sonntag mit Food Market und jede Menge Kultur ;) Durchlaufen am Sonntagnachmittag ist ein Spektakel. Highly recommended on Sunday with food market and lots of culture ;) Walking in the park on Sunday afternoon is a spectacle.
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