Our guided tour through the Fasasanenstraße in Charlottenburg: As a residential street, the Fasanenstraße - , named after the royal pheasantry of Frederick the Great - was not built until the great building speculation in the late 19th century and was considered to be far away from the city centre. Today this street is located in the centre of West Berlin and offers numerous art galleries, a museum, a literature and auction house. The street is characterized by the memory of Jewish life near a synagogue and the work of many Berlin artists, writers and politicians who lived here. Exciting life stories and beautiful architecture await you on this tour.
Tour of: Karen Pastofski