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  • Barbara Weiss

    Located on Kohlfurter Strasse, the Barbara Weiss Gallery was established in 1992 and showcases the pieces of German and international artists. The ... More
  • Bauhaus Archive

    Walter Gropius’s 1919 Bauhaus Manifesto championed the synergy of art and craftsmanship in design—and the sleek, beautifully made merchandise offer... More
  • Bavarian National Museum

    Tucked in the cavernous basement of the Bavarian National Museum are scores of crèches amassed by a local collector. More
  • Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe-Verein Store & Gallery

    Housed in two adjoining buildings in the Allstadt district, this contemporary art gallery is one of the largest in Germany. Originally established ... More
  • Belle Histoire

  • Benedictine Abbey of Ottobeuren

  • Berghain

    This hip favorite is housed in a muscular former power station in a nether zone between West Kreuzberg and the gentrifying Friedrichshain area of t... More
  • Berlin Biennale

    A biennial festival celebrating contemporary art, the Berlin Biennale was established in 1996 under the guidance of Klaus Biesenbach, the founding ... More
  • Berlin Hauptbahnhof

    Europe's largest rail station also doubles as a shopping mall. Whatever you crave - organic Chinese food, a Swarovski pendant necklace, Dr. Hauschk... More
  • Berliner Philharmonie

    The concert hall, by architect Hans Scharoun, is widely considered one of the best in the world and still the greatest artistic joy the city has to... More
  • Berlinomat

    Berlinomat sells mostly Berlin-sourced stuff: books, clothes, a cookie cutter shaped like the Fernsehturm (Berlin’s famous TV tower). More
  • BKWine

    Swedish wine writer and author Britt Karlsson, a Paris resident since 1990, organizes 20 tours annually to wine regions in France, Spain, Italy, Po... More
  • BMW Central Building

    Why It’s Cool: Modernism is a trend that shows no sign of ebbing—what else are those ubiquitous glass-walled apartments but takes on Philip Johnson... More
  • BMW World

    A car-delivery center accessorized with restaurants and shops. The swooping glass-and-steel leviathan, designed by Austrian firm Coop Himmelb(l)au,... More
  • Bode Museum

    One of the five museums on Berlin’s Museum Island, the Bode Museum opened in 1904. The museum is renowned for its Museum of Byzantine Art, as well ... More
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