Berlin

Viktoriapark

  Kreuzbergstraße, Kreuzberg ,   Kreuzberg         27 Feb 2019
Before heading up the hill, crowned with Karl Friedrich Schinkel's memorial to the Napoleonic Wars, go to the corner of Kreuzbergstraße and Großbeerenstraße for an eyeful of the park's waterfall, constructed in the late 19th century. Kids stripped to their knickers wade in between the shallow, tiered levels. 65 metres above, people lean back against the graffiti-laden monument to take in the panoramic view. Towards the back of the park, past a playground and off the Bacci field, is the Golgotha beer garden. Running parallel to Kreuzbergstraße is a small petting zoo where children and goats get to meet and bleat.

Tram stop

U Mehringdamm

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