Wedding has a history of finding solutions amidst struggle. This persevering neighborhood was the site of one of the first secret tunnels aiding East Berlin refugees during WWII, and later survived being razed in the name of urban renewal. Now, Wedding is a mix of UNESCO protected apartment blocks that recall the toil of the working class, graffiti-clad factory buildings, and a growing population of young artists attracted by Wedding’s hard-knock roots and unwavering resiliency.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
A Marriage of Cultures
More than other 19th-century working class districts, the original character of Wedding has been preserved. It is said to be a place to find the Schnauze mit Herz ("big mouth and big heart") of the working class. However, that spirit is not exclusively German. The multicultural atmosphere even visible in the bilingual shop signs (German and Turkish, or German and Arabic)."
A Western Refuge
A culturally-diverse, family-friendly, vibrant community with a mix of native Germans and newer immigrants to the country."
.... slightly off the beaten track in a nice and calm neighbourhood."
Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:
Christoph Neumann lives and works in Berlin. He studied photography at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Dortmund. He is the 2012 winner of the Designpreis der Bundesrepublik Deutschland Award. His work seeks to capture lifestyle, fashion, portraits, reportage and feelings. Chris has photographed all over the world, and was delighted to shoot his hometown of Berlin for Airbnb.
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