(Originally wrote on 10/18/2012 and modified on 06/06/2015)
Newcomers always give new face to old school. No matter you agree or not, this is definitely going to change something!
If you visit Berlin for several days, maybe you can put Turkey’s market (Türkenmarkt) in Berlin Neukölln to your schedule. After World War two, Germany government offered many opportunities to Turkey’s outsider to work in Germany, especially in Berlin. They suffered many working conditions but it’s better than before now. If you’ve seen Almanya – Welcome to Germany, you may know the issues of identity and difficulties they might face. Normality brings order. However, the most fascinating and different is newcomers put their culture into city. Chemical reaction happens and then boom! New New New! Kreuzberg is one of example.
You can buy super cheap food, fruits and daily supplies with basket in Turkey’s market. Don’t forget to grab delicious vendor’s food when you hang out here. It’s only open from 11:00 to 18:30 on Tuesday and Friday.
I walked from Alexanderplatz to Kottbusser Damm today, which is on my way to Turkey’s market. I found out a secret line to walk and is good for coffee time. I’ll introduce next time. I’m falling in love with Berlin again with fresh sightseeing, which I’ve never seen before.