There is no Christmas without an evergreen fir tree. The tradition of putting a Christmas tree in your home dates back many moons and I won’t bore you now with historic details (except for pointing out this exhibition at the “Museum of European Cultures”, which showcases Christmas pyramids, the Christmas decoration found in German homes before
Berlin in the wee hours is divine. Experiencing this serenity when the city wakes up can be the best chill-out effect after dancing the night away. Recently, I took a walk home along Karl-Marx-Allee, in my eyes Berlin’s most impressive and most scenic grand boulevard. After the end of WW2, the majority of Berlin was in ruins.
Berlins history extends through the whole of Germany. Sometimes the leftovers of a collective past can still be found all over the country. In this case, Prora makes quite an impression. Fellow photographer Andreas Bohlender generously let us publish his editorial and beautiful pictures of the abandoned Nazi holiday camp that never was. Thank you for