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Berlin’s Monster Kabinett

The Monster Kabinett is a wonderland (so to speak) of massive robotic creatures, clanking metal sculptures and insect-like beasts.

In short, it lives up to its unsettling name.

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The DDR Museum 20150.5kmsite_ao
Conceptualizing places of shame: Difficult heritage in central Berlin en 0.8kmsite_izi
Berlin – a fascinating walking tour with Tim Richards en 20130.1kmsite_izi
Urbirun Berlin – Berlin Wall Tour en fr 1.1kmsite_izi
Wunderkammer Olbricht at me Collectors Room 20200.6kmsite_ao
Moses Mendelssohn Memorial 20200.2kmsite_ao
‘The Dance of Death’ at Marienkirche 20200.4kmsite_ao
Magicum 20190.3kmsite_ao
Stadtbahn Viaduct World War II Damage 20190.9kmsite_ao
Arthouse Tacheles 20101kmsite_ao
Berlin-Friedrichstrasse Railway Station 20091.1kmsite_ao
A Historic Prussian Crypt Lies Under the Berlin Cathedral 20160.5kmsite_ao
The Bebelplatz 20131kmsite_ao
The DDR Museum 20150.5kmsite_ao
Hall of Mirrors in Clärchens Ballhaus 20120.5kmsite_ao
AquaDom at Radisson Blu Berlin 20120.5kmsite_ao
Pergamon Museum 20120.5kmsite_ao
Tajikistan Tearoom 20090.5kmsite_ao
Design Panoptikum 20120.8kmsite_ao
Marx and Engels Forum 20170.6kmsite_ao
Through a Humble Alley Lies a Hot Spot of Berlin Street Art 20170kmsite_ao
This Workshop Was a Sanctuary for Blind Jews During WWII 20170kmsite_ao
Berlin’s David Hasselhoff Museum 20170.7kmsite_ao
Museumsinsel (Museum Island), Berlin 19990.5kmsite_whs
‘The West’ is, in fact, the world’s biggest gated community 20200.5kmpost

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