Would you live in the south


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Ola, I was just thinking again what a beautiful city I live in.
There is so much company and there is always something going on in the evening.

But what about you guys?
Your place of residence
the best place in the world?
to endure at least for a few years?
or a sad little town?

If the latter are true, where would you prefer to be here in Germany?

Oh, I'm actually pretty happy with where I live. Live in a 3000 soul village and only 6km away from the Baltic Sea. It's really nice in summer when you just have to jump on the moped for a short while and can quickly drive to the beach. A bigger city (Kiel) is also nearby, where I actually have everything I need. The only thing that bothers me is our internet connection. I have DSL, but our lines are so poorly insulated that there is often interference in bad weather. But it's not that bad.

I don't really want to live anywhere else in Germany. I am happy to live on the Baltic Sea and always enjoy being able to go to the beach whenever I want. I don't really want to do without the beach in summer. Any lake would not be enough for me. : p

In Baden-Würrtemberg, where I live now! It's just beautiful there! I love the weather, it is almost always sunny when there is bad weather in other parts of Germany! I live near Ulm! And now the sun is shining wonderfully too! ^^ * g * Well! What I would maybe improve would be that I live in a slightly bigger city! Not like in a village with 18,000 souls, like now! But maybe I would rather live a bit more in the west, on the French border! But actually I am completely satisfied! I could easily live there for another 10 years! But I would probably move to Ulm! It's very beautiful there!

Well Because I'm young, I wouldn't really like to live in the old federal states! There are
actually too little chance for a successful future! Unfortunately! I wouldn't really like to live in the Ruhr area, or in Berlin! Whereby Saarland, Rhineland Palatinate and especially Frankfurt am Main would still work!

well These are my ideas!

I'm actually quite happy that I live where I live. The city is the capital of Thuringia, but there is not that much activity here either. There are hardly any crowds and there are also places where you can be alone. I don't live right in the city, but if I walk 7 minutes from my home, I'll be at the train station that will take you to the center within 10 minutes. So I'm not cut off from the rest in the small village;)
I also feel at home here, and I notice when I am somewhere else that I am not at home there. So it's hard for me to be anywhere else ...

@Seiken
The Baltic Sea is of course really cool.
I really envy you for your beach;)

@Maggi
Why do you hardly have any chances in the old federal states? I think the chances are greater there than in the new federal states. Frankfurt (Main) is certainly an interesting city, although I somehow lack the Berlin charm there. High-rise buildings or not.

@zuffel
Hmm, the only thing I always miss when I travel is the Berlin air.
Sounds strange, but really ... ^^

Well, I live in Berlin and I actually like it very much there. If you want to do something with friends in the evening there is always a pub or something close by where you can go.
And there are not too many crazy people in the area and since I also live in a two-family house (and in an area where there are only one and two-family houses) the area is quite pleasant.

So I'm very satisfied and I wouldn't want to live anywhere else. At least not yet.

I'm actually quite happy that I live where I live. The city is the capital of Thuringia, but there is not that much activity here either. There are hardly any crowds and there are also places where you can be alone. I don't live right in the city, but if I walk 7 minutes from my home, I'll be at the train station that will take you to the center within 10 minutes. So I'm not cut off from the rest in the small village;)
I also feel at home here, and when I am somewhere else I notice that I am not at home there. So it's hard for me to be anywhere else ...
isn't it nice when others write for you ôo
I don't have the problem with being somewhere else, but I'm always happy to come back. and my exact address is perfect if you want to be woken up by chattering pensioners on the street corner between 7 and 8 a.m.
I will probably move away anyway, unfortunately Erfurt does not offer me any opportunities for my precise professional training. (there is no career academy here)

I'm actually quite satisfied here in Wuppertal, I feel good here and see no reason to live anywhere else: D Apart from the climate, which is not that great here xD But within Wuppertal I would like to live a little more centrally. Doesn't have to be much, a 15 minute walk closer to the city center would be enough for me, then I would be satisfied ... so not up on the mountain here, at the foot of it would be great ^^

I live in Westerstede and am also very satisfied. It is a small town with about 23,000 inhabitants. It is very nice here and is also very central. The next big city is Oldenburg (I am there in about 20 minutes by car) The North Sea is not too far away either. I've lived here all my life and it will probably stay that way for the rest of the time.: D.

MUNICH *_*
Reason: it's just a great city and it's not far from Augsburg * g *

My city has the highest AIDS rate in the whole of the Palatinate weeeee (but I never notice anything)
But really, uh, cities look like shit, colorful like in a brothel, I can move to Vegas right away. Forests rule. Lonely house in the forest with DSL, that's how it should be. Maybe a little village nearby that strangely has a health food shop, a shop for Asian food and a role-playing / manga / StephenKing and FrankHerbert book shop. That's it. Maybe a goat and a cat and two chickens.
A big city to my liking would be something in the direction of white slender high towers in white with light blue glass balls and windows everywhere and lots and lots of plants and no advertising shit and no graffiti shit but that kind of nech, wow, the people really have no taste

I am satisfied with Bamberg. It's a great city (IMO) and you have everything you need to live. With approx. 70,000 inhabitants quite clear. If you want to go to a bigger city, Nuremberg is only about 1-1.5 hours away by car.
I don't need anything bigger than I go to study exactly what doesn't exist here.
But otherwise: Come to me in Bamberg! You will not regret it!
: D: D

More like a pathetic dump where I live at the moment ...

Somehow I am drawn to the southern regions of our country, but if it were Europe-wide I would rather emigrate to the north, to be precise Finland ... ^^ '
I don't know, I love mountains, the region in the south of North Rhine-Westphalia is also very beautiful ... somewhere where you can hike a lot, but there is also a bigger city nearby.
On the other hand, it's also very nice here, I'm close to NATO (: D) and so ... and Bremen is actually a really nice town. Hamburg is not that far either. So it's actually very nice here as I said, but unfortunately it's flat land ... ._.
But the North Sea is not far away either ... * loves mudflat hiking *

From Austria -> Leipzig (next to the Games Con.: D)

Roetgen (the village where I live) is the coolest place in the world ... nat. you won't know Roetgen ... but our village has the most millionaires in Germany !!! (I'm not one of them: p)
Well, the only thing I still need here is to defend a reasonable video game load ... well that's what Amazon is for and so ...
But a Nintendoworld store, secondary schools, a football team in the first division, its own games convention, a cinema, and better neighbors should be ...
but otherwise Roetgen rules!

Roetgen! (http://www.goyellow.de/map.html?lat=50.569850746268656&lon=6.176&s=0.409&mt=1&z=10)

I really like it very much in Saxony-Anhalt! I'm only an hour's drive from the capital, the OFT is very close and everything else is somehow perfect in my village! My school is only 10 minutes away. There could still be consumption or something but otherwise it works!

i would like to live in a big city ... e.g. Berlin..
there is always something going on at least ..: D

I would love to live on the southern outskirts of Munich.
So right in the city, but if you feel like the country and fresh air, then it's not far to me :)
It's awesome like that: D

So I am completely and completely satisfied with Bochum actually live in central a few minutes from Na Stad and a stone's throw from Miaka xD
So since it's all about Germany, I'll definitely stay with Bochum, you can't get away from here anyway ^ _ ^

If Jena weren't a dump I would also like to live there. It's really a beautiful city so colorful you don't see it here so often

But if you count Austria to Germany;) then in beautiful Linz just great there

i would like to live in a big city ... e.g. Berlin..
there is always something going on at least ..: D

Berlin sucks ^^.

I would love to live in a smaller city than Berlin. A bit calmer, a bit more personal too. I miss that in Berlin.

So I would like to live in Berlin: D: D: D: D: D

I would like to be somewhere in the south. up here in the north there is hardly anything going on. hardly any crazy anime or manga friends. this is stupid. they are more downstairs.
just like rpg people. if you want to meet someone, hey presto it's not possible because of the distance. but disadvantage: in the south there is always such a stress, no comfort ... ^^

kay

hi ^^

Well, I feel very comfortable here in Berlin, I wouldn't like to live anywhere else in Germany.
I think that since I've pretty much got used to big city life, smaller cities are out of the question for me.
There is also a lot going on in Berlin, so Berlin is the best place for mostly young people .;)

Ps: Berlin, Berlin!

Whoa in Berlin ....
I can never imagine that.
Everywhere you have to be scared that no drug addicts cut you down with a knife ....: rolleyes:

@rpg xp


Whoa in Berlin ....
I can never imagine that.
Everywhere you have to be scared that no drug addicts cut you down with a knife ...

oO huh? You have a strange picture of Berlin ...
Tell me, what kind of people are you up against who tell you something like that ?;)

So many people live here, if you could really be massacred everywhere in Berlin, it would be different. ^^
Well, since I live in Berlin, I can assure you that it doesn't work that way and there are dangers everywhere, even in the puniest, most unknown town in Germany you are not completely safe.

Well, I'm satisfied, I live in a really small town, but I'm in Stuttgart in 20 minutes with the S-Bahn, imo cool.

@rpg xp



oO huh? You have a strange picture of Berlin ...
Tell me, what kind of people are you up to who tell you something like that ?;)

So many people live here, if you could really be massacred everywhere in Berlin, it would be different. ^^
Well, since I live in Berlin, I can assure you that it doesn't work that way and there are dangers everywhere, even in the puniest, most unknown town in Germany you are not completely safe.

Well, I just mean ... what you hear on the news ...
Then it is said again and again "Berlin: the most dangerous place in Germany"
Well ...

Well, I just mean ... what you hear on the news ...
Then it is said again and again "Berlin: the most dangerous place in Germany"
Well ...

Yes, the bad news!
No, I can understand that well, but I can assure you that Berlin may not be safe (what place is that ..... All these psychos * are hiding in a small chamber *), but Berlin is still a really great place and even if you don't want to live here, a visit and sightseeing program is definitely worth it. ^. ^

Ps: Have you ever been to Berlin? You should probably do that, who knows, then maybe your opinion will change.

Gotta see ...
Maybe I'll come to Berlin and take a look.
Then I'll come visit you *;) *
Well but now eat well with the spam: D

Yes, the bad news!
No, I can understand that well, but I can assure you that Berlin may not be safe (what place is that ..... All these psychos * are hiding in a small chamber *), but Berlin is still a really great place and even if you don't want to live here, a visit and sightseeing program is definitely worthwhile. ^. ^

Ps: Have you ever been to Berlin? You should probably do that, who knows, then maybe your opinion will change.
That's true, however .. I had already made that knowledge .. not with Berlin, but with another rather big city.

So if I could choose ... I would want to live in Hamburg. I don't know why .. but the city did it to me .. * remembered it exactly * Oh yeah.

btw:
Your Sig .. isn’t it a little big? = O

One last time I "spam" in here: http://www.multimediaxis.de/images/smilies/old/1/schilder036.gif

@rpg xp


Then I'll come visit you *;) *

oO help !!!!!! (: D)

@ Chise-chan

Great, you already have the proof that this would actually be something. :)

Ps: You mean my Sig or? Yesaaa ....... it is really quite big, but I'm currently looking for another (smaller) one. So it will definitely change soon .;)

But what about you guys?
Your place of residence
the best place in the world?
to endure at least for a few years?
or a sad little town?

If the latter are true, where would you prefer to be here in Germany?
Well, I live in Hanover, well certainly a big and interesting city, if only because of the fairs that take place here.
The best thing here with me at the moment is that I live very close to the exhibition grounds and if someone performs there in the summer, then I can listen to it, a few years ago it was, for example, Robbie Williams, could hear everything, was already Well.
Otherwise I find this city more and more boring, if I could then I would move immediately, but not to another big city, preferably somewhere in the country, nice and quiet there and it's always very nice for children.
I don't have a specific location, but if I do, it's somewhere around Hanover.

I don't live in a big city, I live in a small village called Hölingen, that
near Wildeshausen. (Wildeshausen is also not a big city ... but
could call her like that) My home is very quiet..there are not many things you can do
could do ... but you can enjoy a really beautiful landscape .. ^^
I think Hölingen is only something for someone who can enjoy the peace and quiet
the landscape has left and the close contact with other people marg. (village community).
In any case, I think it's great here ... I have my friends and family here.
I couldn't imagine living in a big city like Berlin or Cologne ... it would be
too big for me .. too impersonal ... just not me at home ^^

I live in a town called Schwerte, a community of 50,000 people less than 20km from downtown Dortmund. There is still not much going on here and still I would like to move to a region where there is LESS going on.
The reason is very simple: I don't like cities that much ... they are loud and they all look the same anyway.
And that's exactly why I wanted to live in the northeast of Schleswig-Holstein.
Where I have been spending my vacation for years.
Where I can go to the beach every day.
Where I have my peace every day.
Where the land is flat, the people are friendly and the streets are empty.

Dammit! Now I have wanderlust again> _ <

I am satisfied where I live.
I live on the outskirts of Munich and only have to drive 20 minutes to get to the countryside.
This is just ideal because I can enjoy the city and the country :)
Well, you have to be lucky: D

Clean_Boy


I live in the country, you might say, near the Teutoburg Forest and the Hermanns Monument.
Bielefeld is the next bigger city, but I would love to live in Bremen, I love the city, the surrounding area and the football club. ^^
But I could never leave my friends behind * pack all in sack and go *

I can't go into big cities, but I imagine Munich to be very pleasant. Otherwise I am very happy here in Horheim (South Baden), even if I will soon be moving back to S-H with the family, where we had lived three years ago. I can imagine living there again very pleasantly, finally back to the sea ^^

I am actually quite satisfied with my hometown, a community with around 27,000 inhabitants. I drive a maximum of 1 1/2 to 2 hours to the Baltic Sea or the North Sea.
Hamburg is located directly to the south, and Hamburg is a pretty great city, beautifully green and with a lot of water.

I could never live inland in any way, far from the sea.
Mountains are nice too, but that's where I like to go on vacation.

Northern Germany <3

i live in a small town, so i have the advantages of the big city in a certain way and in a certain way i also have the advantages of a secluded life. our city (only 15,000 inhabitants) is halfway in the forest and yet we have a shopping center and all that cool shit.

that's why I hit it best. It's quiet and yet there is action when you need it.

but otherwise I can imagine living anywhere. i am adaptable and i think i am interested enough to have new experiences everywhere and to be able to live well everywhere.

As close as possible to the border to be able to refuel cheaply and buy cigarette butts. But hey, I'm moving to Trier next week, Luxembourg is only 10km away
Yeah, I'm definitely happy with my new home. The city is neither too big nor too small and I live quite centrally without having to have total volume on my doorstep. Everything can be reached relatively quickly by car or on foot.

It's interesting that most people think their homeland is great and can't imagine anything better - I can't do anything else either;).

I live in the Palatinate in a village with 1200 inhabitants - Landau (40,000 inhabitants) is only about 5 minutes away and has pretty much everything you need in a hurry. From there you can get anywhere in just over an hour - be it villages or by train to Kaiserslautern (stadium!), Mannheim or Karlsruhe.

Palatinate Forest is not really far away either - 10-15km or so. In addition, this is the Palatinate, which means that there are several wine festivals every weekend at this time of the year :).


Somehow I've even developed an aversion to long-distance vacation - far too great here to just go somewhere to the sea, mountains or abroad.

I would love to live in Münster because I work there and the people are much friendlier than in my hometown. And there are a lot more possibilities there and the reason is also that it is not that far away from my friends. ^^

It's interesting that most people think their homeland is great and can't imagine anything better - I can't do anything else either;).
That's (at least in my case) because I just move where I like it. If I live in a city that I absolutely don't like, it doesn't last long and I change my place of residence to a place that I like more.

I live in a small village called Mendorf in the middle of the Altmühltal. Since nature is just as important to me as a big city, I really like it here, but I don't want to stay here. You know, here with us in Mendorf there are families who have been living here for 2 or 3 generations and where the woman comes from the neighboring village etc. 50% or more work in the Audi (Ingolstadt is about 30km away) and a large part of the Rests are farmers. The goal of every young person here is apparently to get into the Audi o_O
I'm not from here (born in Dresden, and before I moved to Mendorf in a place a little closer to Ingolstadt). And since I just want to get to know something new, it's a done deal to leave here. Ingolstadt has 100,000 inhabitants, but it is a village if you understand what I mean. There are 3-4 pubs that I like and in those you meet the same people all the time. I now know the owners, etc.
When you walk through the city center, I meet someone I know every few meters. It may be very nice for some, but I want to experience new things. Nothing stops me here, certainly not the local university. What I will definitely miss is the really cool Altmühltal area. It's just beautiful there.
I definitely want to live near a larger city, but proximity can mean 45 minutes to the center for me, because if I only have Asphaöt around me, I think I'll get crazy over the years ^^ It won't be any different for studying but that doesn't matter, but with the family that I would really like to have, definitely not an apartment in the city center ;-)

thanks

But really, uh, cities look like shit, colorful like in a brothel, I can move to Vegas right away. Forests rule. Lonely house in the forest with DSL, that's how it should be. Maybe a little village nearby that strangely has a health food shop, a shop for Asian food and a role-playing / manga / StephenKing and FrankHerbert book shop. That's it. Maybe a goat and a cat and two chickens.
A big city to my liking would be something in the direction of white slender high towers in white with light blue glass balls and windows everywhere and lots and lots of plants and no advertising shit and no graffiti shit but that kind of nech, wow, the people really have no taste
This is how it looks: A.
Replace role play / manga with PC / video games and forest with Highlands, then it fits exactly, from the principle: D Ah, and goat by horse.
Yeah, rulz live lonely, without meeting any people everywhere who want to small talk or bother you in the evening because they run out of sugar and want to bake cakes. DSL Flat has to be, and a few critters would be nice too.
I don't like cities either, usually. Keh, you can possibly still talk about mini cities with ~ 15k inhabitants if they try to be beautiful inside.
But something bigger always has a slightly worn touch imo.
At least there was nothing for living - too crowded, too loud, too stinky, too ugly.

I live in the basement of my parents in a 3k-people-dump, ~ 30km away from Stuttgart, 10 minutes by car to the next mini-town, via the autobahn to the next here-there-everything-town 20 minutes. That fits, and because I'm in the In the basement, I never hear the bell or the phone either, thanks to parents ^ ____ ^
Yes well, otherwise I will soon move to the Black Forest for a job. Lonely and cheap to live there, so nice. Unfortunately 180 ° in the wrong direction to the home of my already far away sweetie.

So when it comes to living, I would pay attention to the priority that it is not too far away from the sweet, that it is a quiet area and that I do not have such a long way to work. Unfortunately, everything doesn't work: A

I live in a medium-sized village near the
beautiful old city of Heidelberg. It has a great pedestrian zone with many shops, restaurants, cinemas, etc, and probably the best university in Germany, if not Europe. My mother always says, "If someone asks you where you live, just say," Heidelberg "and people will envy you where you live in the Electoral Palatinate."

Well, my actual place of residence about three or four kilometers south of Heidelberg is not so loud, mainly old people live here, but we also have Wiesloch with the great restaurants very close (SAP).

But where, assuming I don't emigrate, I wanted to live in Germany,
is: Bavaria. Or rather: The Tölzer Land near Munich and (of course) Bad Tölz.
It's just awesome there. Lots of fields and forests, rivers and rivers. The health resort Bad Heilbrunn beats everything (as a health resort) The air is so clear, it is food for the soul.
And if you get really hungry: You will be well served in the restaurants.

At this point a little bit of surreptitious advertising: Everyone who lives in the area and doesn't know it yet: Go to a village called Benediktbeuern, about 15 kilometers south of Bad Tölz, and visit the "Herzogstand" restaurants there, (I haven't eaten better anywhere) and the "Klosterbräustüberl", which is housed in the St. Benedict monastery. The monastery itself is pretty, but stupid, but the cosiness and the food in the "Bräustüberl" make up for it.
(From 12 noon, fresh radi (salted radish with parsley and bread), followed by a goulash soup. Hoho, your butt is on fire!

In this sense, good night,

Greez,
Raem

Berlin (-> Grunewald ^^) because Berlin is a great city, many of my friends live there and it is the German city

What is "Germany"?

USA is better than "Germany"

Well, I won't live anywhere in Germany, it's too boring for me.

A few years ago I would not have believed that I could settle anywhere in Germany. The focus was more on the British Isles. ;)

But since I've been living here in Hamburg, my mind has changed. After all, 10% green spaces, a great city center and great events. I've also met some very nice people here who I wouldn't want to be without in my life. :)

Almost three years ago I lived in a 25,000 parish. I hated it like the plague. At 8 o'clock the curbs were folded up, there was exactly one smoking cinema and a swimming pool to satisfy the youth, everyone knew everyone and everyone was related to everyone (no joke), if someone farted, the whole community knew the next day.

So I could never live in a small town, village, etc. again. * shudders *

To be honest, I'm very happy here where I am now ^^
I wouldn't go anywhere else in Germany.
At most to the sea ^ __ ^
Baltic or North Sea, it doesn't matter at all = 3
Well, first of all I'll stay here ^^

EDIT: Or of course to Dudy or Woody <33

Somehow I don't like it where I am. In the part of Nuremberg where I live it's still okay, but somehow I'm not really satisfied. I like Nuremberg in itself, but I don't find something so great ^^ "I think I'd rather go further north. Or completely away from Germany. Either something like Hamburg or sooooooooooooooooo much away from Germany: D

At the moment I live in a Swiss town of 2,000 people in the most unpleasant canton (Aargau) ever:


http://www.freiamt.ch/freiamt/Fotoalbum/Auw_Dorfpartie
My parents wanted to build a house and Zug is very expensive, especially to build. And you cannot sue for tax purposes here either. ^^

If I get my own apartment, I'll look around small towns; everything around 20 and 40 thousand inhabitants is fine.
Preferably my childhood sweetheart


train

http://www.stadtzug.ch/de/images/20020716140413.jpg
Note the glittering lake in the background, which is always pleasantly warm thanks to its small size.

Which my girlfriend, fittingly, fell in love with. ^^ Here is the wiki article (http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zug_%28Stadt%29) for the few who might be interested

Our second choice would not be bad if it was again your home town:


Emmenbrücke

http://www.jordi.ch/cgi-bin/cc/w_jordi/Bänziwil%20%20166-12%20%20klein.jpg
Of which there has not been a nicer photo ...

And ... did anyone feel like moving to Switzerland? ^^

You're right about that. This idyll is great.

But it's not so bad here in Berlin either.
Here is the park near my apartment:

http://www.stadtentwicklung.berlin.de/umwelt/stadtgruen/gruenanlagen/de/gruenanlagen_plaetze/kreuzberg/goerlitzerpark/pix/goerlitzer_park_01.jpg

For me, Berlin would be one of the first German cities I would move to if I were no longer allowed to live in Switzerland.
Because I like this up-to-date life about Berlin ... in Berlin you don't have to wait for the art to come to you, it is made right around you! It is then also impossible for outsiders to know which locations are actually up-to-date in Berlin, but as a local it has to be awesome when there is always something going on. ^ _ ^ Or, Kelven?

It would be great if you could somehow cross both but one contradicts the other.
C'est la vie. I can cope with having to wait a few days for news instead of finding them right on my doorstep.

@anne
Personally, I would like to live in Berlin because of the donut shop Dunkin Donut and KaDeWe and because there are tons of famous German rappers to be found there. Somehow no real reasons: p.

Partly where I live now, partly in a big city.
Here in our city of 50,000 souls it is relatively quiet, you are not quite as stressed and still do not live in the greatest wasteland. However, if you look at cities like Berlin, there is always something going on. If you walk through the streets in Berlin at 1 a.m., all hell breaks loose (although you are constantly being turned on drugs, scantily clad women want to persuade you to do certain business or you are turned on by some groups, but good: D), on the other hand it is almost deserted here outside of the old town. So nightlife-wise big city, otherwise I actually find it much nicer at home .;)

Edit:
http://www.hdbg.de/winterkoenig/images/Luftbild_Amberg.jpg
My Hometown. ^^ (Only the old town, my ghetto is not on it.:D)

Edit²:
@Aldinsys
Do you live in Kreuzberg?
Because the park looks familiar to me. The soccer field there has a hammer lawn and the round part in the middle looks like a bomb had hit. Am i right

@anne
Personally, I would like to live in Berlin because of the donut shop Dunkin Donut and KaDeWe and because there are tons of famous German rappers to be found there. Somehow no real reasons: p.

Well, it's not like you meet Sido on every corner.
But I know some people whose friends have played in hip hop videos like this. : p
So if you want to.



Edit²:
@Aldinsys
Do you live in Kreuzberg?
Because the park looks familiar to me. The soccer field there has a hammer lawn and the round part in the middle looks like a bomb had hit. Am i right

Yes, you typed correctly. The picture is near the Görlitz train station. A cool area full of trendy bars and clubs, but unfortunately I hardly know my way around because most of my friends live in Wilmersdorf at the other end of the city center and we tend to hang around there.

Yes, you typed correctly. The picture is near the Görlitz train station. A cool area full of trendy bars and clubs, but unfortunately I hardly know my way around because most of my friends live in Wilmersdorf at the other end of the city center and we tend to hang around there.

Ha, I knew it.:D Yes, it's really cool there, but we had to walk through it for 3 hours on our trip to Berlin, so I don't have that great memories .;)

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