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In the Felix & Sandra's Footsteps
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Carnet de Route Edel & Starck à Berlin

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I apologize in advance if there are several mistakes in English
because I am not bilingual !
;-)


O nce upon a time… FELIX & SANDRA, two brilliant lawyers in BERLIN, at first sight they are opposed. FELIX is casual and impulsive, while SANDRA is gentle and severe and then...

The life reserves sometimes surprises, but strange as it may seem, it's the German TV Serie "Duet of Lawyers" (French Title) (Original Title : "Edel & Starck") made me want to visit BERLIN.

Through this Road Book, I am going to show you this "gigantic" and "beautiful" city, but also the shooting places of this TV Serie that I love.

BERLIN is an exciting and hallucinating city, constantly in move. A culturally rich city in which to live between oasis of greenery and lakes.

BERLIN has become for me a city dear to my heart where I met welcoming and so talented people and friends.






Trick


To more easily find a shooting place in my Road Book (like a pirate looking for a treasure ;-)), here a trick :


- With Internet Explorer here / hier

- With Google Chrome here / hier


Happy Treasure Hunt ! ;-))




Berlin





This Road Book "In the FELIX & SANDRA's Footsteps (Edel & Starck)... in BERLIN" is divided into two parts : WEST BERLIN and EAST BERLIN.

This division has no relation with the Berlin Wall, it's "purely" geographical. I simply cut the map in half (lol) to help you to situate better the different BERLIN curiosities.




Before leaving , I recommend you to take at least :


- a detailed map of the "BERLIN" City
   (1: 20 000 / 1 cm = 200 meters)
: Click on here


- good walking shoes to walk in town





Note : To enlarge photos, click on them ! ;-)






Lodging


ALTE GALERIE Pension
Leibnizstraße 48

altegalerie-hotel-maison@web.be
http://altegalerie-hotel-maison.de


I recommend you the family pension "ALTE GALERIE" located in the North-West of BERLIN in the district of CHARLOTTENBURG. It's a very nice and welcoming pension nearby public transport ... essential in BERLIN because the distances to walk are multiplied by 3 or 4 compared to those from us.



Quick tip : To make profitable your travel around the city, I recommend you to buy the "7-Tage-Karte", ", the card for a whole week (32,30 € (Price 2009) and you will benefit from all public transport in BERLIN (Bus and Tram / U-Bahn (= Subway) / S-Bahn (= Urban Rail). Other forms : here.






I recommend you to buy the "7-Tage-Karte" at the TEGEL Airport, as soon as you land, the teller also will give you the complete plan (Bus / Tram / Subway / Urban Rail) !







WEST BERLIN



Berlin Nord-Ouest


NORTH-WEST
(included in City Map)



"Wasserfontäne" Fountain
Walter-Benjamin-Platz, Leibnizstraße


Very nice little square near from the Pension decorated with a beautiful fountain and arches.

It's named Walter Bendix Schönflies Benjamin (1892-1940) : philosopher, literary critic, art critic and German translator (from BALZAC, BAUDELAIRE and PROUST) in the first half of the Twentieth century, attached to FRANKFURT School.

More info on this philosopher here.

On this beautiful place, there were the shooting of "Edel & Starck" scenes from the following episodes :

- Season 2 - Episode # 19 : "Mord ist sein Hobby / God only knows / Dieu seul le sait" :




- Season 3 - Episode # 30 : "Der Spaltpilz / Discord / Zizanie" :





At the North of the "WALTER-BENJAMIN-PLATZ"



Erotic-point (former Berliner Erotikcenter) (Videos-club)
Sybelstraße 14 (near the Pension)




Erotic-point (former Berliner Erotikcenter) is the Videos-club where FELIX & SANDRA buy the porno videos (lol).






Also, we guess the building in the bottom and the streets Sybelstraße & Waitzstraße which join and form a curve.




This Videos-club gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 25 (Season 2) : "Das Geschäft mit der Liebe / The Business of Love / Le Commerce de l'Amour" :





AKROPOLIS Taverna Antonakopoulos Georgios (Grek Restaurant)
Wielandstraße 38 / Niebuhrstraße
(near from Savigny Platz / Kanststraße)



This Greek restaurant is in the background of this scene from Episode # 15 (Season 2) : "Freund und Feind / Friend & Enemy / Ami & Ennemi" :








MAP OF PLACES




Klein Lummerland (Playground with Mario)
Wielandstraße 10


Klein Lummerland is the playground where FELIX & SANDRA discuss with the young boy MARIO about his futur.

We recognize on these 2 pictures, the different figurines  (See 1st, 2nd and 3rd screenshots below) :






and the place where FELIX, SANDRA & MARIO sit down, the basketball ground and the 2 tables tennis (See 4th, 5th and 6th screenshots below).


The Klein Lummerland gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 15 (Season 2) : "Freund und Feind / Friend & Enemy / Ami & Ennemi" :






Knesebeckstraße (Near from Savigny Platz)



FELIX & SANDRA take Knesebeckstraße under one part of the bridge of the railway line not far from the Savigny Platz station.

On the screenshots below, we recognize very well the bridge, the traffic light and the small white posts (Pfosten, in Deutsch) on the sidewalk.


The shop windows where are exposed the wedding dresses ;-), it's the pedestrian street : Jeanne-Mammen-Bogen.

Perpendicular to Knesebeckstraße, it's the pedestrian Otto-Ludwig-Straße.


For those who are problems with the sense of direction (lol), FELIX & SANDRA run towards Kurfürstendamm (Ku'damm) and they have Savigny Platz behind their backs.


For information :

From Knesebeckstraße, to go to the "Edel & Starck"'s 2nd Chamber, take the same way than FELIX & SANDRA by following the arrows on the MAP OF PLACES below.

On foot, it's about 15 minutes.


Route to follow :


Departure : Green Flag

- Follow Knesebeckstraße until Kurfürstendamm (Ku'damm),

- Cross Kurfürstendamm (Ku'damm) and go across the street, still on Knesebeckstraße,

- Go to the end of Knesebeckstraße until Lietzenburger Straße,

- Turn left into Lietzenburger Straße,

- Take the 1st street on the right, Pfalzburger Straße and go to the end of this street.


Arrival : Red Flag

You will fall directly on Ludwigkirchplatz where is the "Edel & Starck"'s 2nd Chamber (at #10).


Knesebeckstraße gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 16 (Season 2) "Eine fast perfekte Ehe / An almost perfect Couple / Un Couple presque parfait" :





MAP OF PLACES




Autorenbuchhandlung Berlin GmbH (Bookshop)
Carmerstraße 10 (Near from Savigny Platz)

autorenbuchhandlung@fuerst-iven.de
http://autorenbuchhandlung-berlin.de



This very cute little bookstore founded in 1976 gives rise to this scene between FELIX and the ex-wife of this young man writing beautiful love letters in the Episode # 47 (Season 4) : "Die Leiden des Felix E. / Lost unhappy Love affairs / Peines d'amour perdues" :



It's also in this beautiful episode that FELIX acknowledges to OTTO his love for SANDRA :





A-TRANE (Jazz-Blues Club)
Bleibtreustraße 1/Ecke Pestalozzistraße

info@a-trane.de
http://www.a-trane.de

A-TRANE is a Jazz Club in word class. The artistic choices are excellent, like the Berlin and German scene, which has very talented musicians. Big stars are also on view.

The framework, acoustics, comfort is flawless.

The menu is varied and affordable.

It's essential to book.


The  Jazz  Club is  in  this  scene  from the Episode # 50 (Season 4) :    "Der X-Punkt / The X-Point / Le Point X" :





Renaissance Theater
Knesebeckstraße 100 / Hardenbergstraße

Bookings : tickets@renaissance-theater.de
http://www.renaissance-theater.de




The Renaissance Theater founded in 1922 by the young Viennese writer Theodor Tagger is the only theater that has retained its original buildings used as evidence in the development of theatrical life in 1920s in BERLIN.




Mushroom "Entenbrunnen" Fountain
Hardenbergstraße


In the middle of a rectangular form, a rounded pool on a double reinforced base, there is a mushroom. Around the pool were arranged symmetrically two groups of three sitting duck ; the work of the sculptor August Gaul.

More infos here.


This theater gives rise to the indoor scene in the Episode # 6 (Season 1) : "Wunderkinder / Children Prodigies / Enfants Prodiges" :





"Brunnenanlage" Fountain
Ernst-Reuter-Platz, Rondell




The "Brunnenanlage" Fountain is located near the Renaissance Theater on the Ernst Reuter Platz.





Polizeiwache Abschnitt 24 / 28
Kaiserdamm 1

http://www.berlin.de/polizei

It's the Police Station where is FELIX after being arrested for drug possession (lol) in the Episode # 7 (Season 1) : "Eiertanz / Pussyfooting / Valse hésitation" :



For your information in this Police Station there are 2 Directions : Abschnitt 24 and Abschnitt 28. An address that can always be used in case of problems ! (lol).



MAP OF PLACES




BERGGRUEN Museum
Schlossstraße 1
Bus # 109 at Olivaerplatz
Stop : Luisenplatz / Schloss Charlottenburg Station

http://www.smb.museum/berggruen

The Berggruen Museum in BERLIN located opposite the Charlottenburg Palace presents an exceptional collection of works by Pablo PICASSO, Paul KLEE, Henri MATISSE, Alberto GIACOMETTI and Georges BRAQUE which give an interesting overview of pioneering schools in the early Twentieth century.

Heinz Berggruen was born in BERLIN in 1914 and debuted as a journalist for the Frankfurter Zeitung, before fleeing to the United States in 1936. He returned to Germany at the end of the war as an U.S. citizen.

In 1947, he moved to PARIS where, after having unearthed an album of drawings by Toulouse-Lautrec, he opened a gallery on the Dauphine Place, in the Island City. André BRETON, Paul ELUARD, Tristan TZARA are soon to intermediate artists.

Heinz Berggruen acquired an international reputation in the field of prints, etchings, lithographs, especially after having organized the first exhibition of prints by KLEE in 1950 and "cut papers" of MATISSE in 1953. He even began to buy KLEE and PICASSO paintings that he accumulates dozens.

He acknowledges : "I was my best customer !".

In 1996, he moved back to BERLIN and took with him his beautiful collection which he donated to the German State in 2000.


CHARLOTTENBURG Palace
Spandauer Damm Straße

http://www.spsg.de

I urge you to come you walk because it's truly a beautiful and relaxing place !

Begun in 1695, with his originally name Lietzenburg, name of the site at that time, the "Charlottenburg" Palace located opposite at the Berggruen Museum was built in Baroque style by the architect Nering. He was commissioned by the Queen Sophie-Charlotte, wife of Frederick III of Prussia, Elector of Brandenburg.

After his coronation in 1701 as King of Prussia, with the name of Frederick I, the palace, originally designed as a summer residence (Sommerhaus), has been enlarged by the architect Eosander von Göthe in a magnificent building. After the death of his wife in 1705, Frederick was renamed his palace : "Charlottenburg" in her memory.

From 1709 to 1712, he made further expansions, including the turrets and the orangery. It has sometimes been designated within the Charlottenburg Palace : the "Amber Room" (Bernsteinzimmer), a room whose walls are decorated with panels of amber, as the "eighth wonder of the world".

The idea came from DANTZIG and KÖNIGSBERG, where Gottfried WOLFFRAM, SCHACHT and Ernst ottfried TURAU had prepared plans in 1701-09. hall was built under the guidance of famous Andreas Schlüter.

After the death of Frederick I in 1713, Charlottenburg has entered a new phase of its life with his new owner, the King Frederick-William I of Prussia. He offered the Amber Room in 1716 to the Russian Tsar Peter the Great. Then, just after his death in 1740, the new king Frederick II of Prussia instructed Knobelsdorff to build a new wing. Subsequently, Frederick privileged the Sans-Souci Palace in Potsdam (See below) at the expense of Charlottenburg.

Under the reign of his nephew Frederick-William II (1744-1797), LANGHANS constructed the Little Orangery, the Belvedere and a theater (1790) which closes the whole west. The king also redecorate and build new parts in order to live the palace in winter (Winterkammern). The kings of Prussia stay there regularly until the end of the reign of Frederick-William IV.

Abandoned to the Frederick-William IV's death in 1861, the palace was nationalized : November 9, 1918, it's from his balcony that the Weimar Republic is proclaimed. The bombing of the Second World War having severely damaged, years were needed for its reconstruction ; works ending in 1966.



Gardens of CHARLOTTENBURG Palace (Free Entry)


Thanks to his cousin the Duchess of Orleans, Queen Sophie-Charlotte had visited in France, the Le Nôtre's Gardens which had made a great impression. So it's the pupil of Le Nôtre, Siméon Godeau, who develops in 1697 the Charlottenburg Park which is applied the strict geometry of a "French" garden.

In the early Nineteenth century, Peter Joseph Lenné redraws the gardens in "English" style park. Completely destroyed by bombs, the park was redeveloped after the war as an original combination : restored according to the canons of the "French" garden in its central part, it keeps around the liberty of an "English" garden.


The CHARLOTTENBURG Palace is in the Episode # 18 (Season 2) : "Ferrari fahren und sterben / The Place of Dead / La Place du mort" :





SCHINKEL-Pavillon (Neuer Pavillon)


This summer residence of Frederick-William III (1825) based on a Neapolitan villa, the villa Chiatamone, where had been the ruler. This villa had so pleased to him that he gives it as model to Schinkel.

The interior is really emblematic of the trend "Biedermeier" which brands Germany in the first half of Nineteenth century : simple, comfortable and modest, which is surprising in the remains of a king. The entire pavilion is a lovely testament to the art of the time of Frederick-William III, with furniture and antiques, paintings by Schinkel and especially the works of Romantic painter Caspar David FRIEDRICH.



Belvedere


The Belvedere (1789-1790), designed by Carl Gotthard LANGHANS, was the "tea house" of Frederick-William II. He organized meetings including spiritualism he was smitten. Its facade in pastel and white colors is a simple news that moves away from rococo architecture and shows the neoclassicism. The Belvedere houses a small museum of the Royal Porcelain Factory in BERLIN, which illustrates the history of Berlin porcelain in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth centuries.



Berliner Präparationswerkstatt (Taxidermist)
Kamminerstraße 7 / Mindenerstraße

info@taxidermy-berlin.com
http://www.taxidermy-berlin.com

The FELIX's taxidermist who gives him allergies (lol).

Just to live this memorable and compelling scene of the Episode # 49 (Season 4) : "Mit Haut und Haaren / Allergy / Allergie", I invite you to go there (lol).







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Olympiastadion Berlin GmbH
Olympischer Platz 3

info@olympiastadion-berlin.de
http://www.olympiastadion-berlin.de/

The Olympic Stadium (Olympiastadion Berlin, in Deutsch) is a sports stadium located in the district of WESTEND, within the borough of CHARLOTTENBURG-WILMERSDORF. Apart from its use Olympic stadium has a strong football tradition. It has also been used for three matches of the FIFA World Cup in 1974, hosted six matches including the final of the FIFA World Cup in 2006. The final of the German Cup Football Association (DFB-Pokal) is held each year.

The stadium has a capacity of 74 064 seats, expandable to 74 228, and has 76 luxury suites and 4 226 business class seats.

1916-1934: Deutsches Stadion


The first stadium built on the site has a capacity of 32 000 seats which was inaugurated in July 1913, to be dedicated to the Summer Olympics of 1916. But they were canceled because of World War I and the stage is then renamed German stage ("Deutsches Stadion", in Deutsch).


A stadium for the Olympic Games


In 1931, BERLIN was designated to host the Summer Olympics of 1936. Hosting the Olympics in the capital allows Nazis came to power in 1933, to use sport in their propaganda.

Werner MARCH is then designated to make the new Olympic Stadium. 42 millions marks (about 23 million euros today) are being spent to build an enclosure from 86 000 to 110 000 seats, depending on configurations.

The Olympic Stadium gives rise to this scene in the Episode # 7 (Season 1) : "Eiertanz / Pussyfooting / Valse hésitation" :





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NORTH-WEST
(Outside City Map)


Berlin Nord-Ouest Hors-Plan de la Ville



MS DEUTSCHLAND Restaurantschiff
Greenwichpromenade / Steg. 7

http://www.restaurantschiff-ms-deutschland.de/kontakt.php
http://www.restaurantschiff-ms-deutschland.de



MS DEUTSCHLAND is a classic passenger vessel built in 1943. Today, it's a boat-restaurant on the pier 7 of the Greenwich Promenade, on the Tegel Lake in Berlin Reinickendorf.

Here you can relax in a warm atmosphere.

This boat-restaurant gives rise to this magnificent scene between SANDRA and this arrogance lawyer who has a very particular view of women-lawyers :-( in the Episode # 48 (Season 4) : "Liebespoker / Lover Poker / Poker amoureux" :





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SOUTH-WEST
(included in City Map)



At the South of the "WALTER-BENJAMIN-PLATZ"



2nd "Edel & Starck" Chamber
Ludwigkirchplatz 10



Ludwigkirchplatz is a little more pleasant places of BERLIN. A small square really nice and relaxing surrounded by bars and restaurants.





When I come to BERLIN, I spend many moments to browse, to observe, to discuss and picnicking (lol).






It's on this cute small square that most of the "Edel & Starck" scenes were shooted, for the simple reason, here there is the FELIX & SANDRA's 2nd Chamber (Seasons 2 to 4) (N.B. : The 1st Chamber of our two lawyers is situated in the district of Prenzlauer Berg, North - East of Berlin - See NORTH-EAST).







The front door of the "Edel & Starck" Chamber
located at # 10

The scene of the last episode of the TV serie, Episode # 52 (Season 4) : "Das jüngste Gericht - Teil 2 / The doomsday - Part 2 / Le jugement dernier - Partie 2" is absolutely beautiful and is one of the most beautiful scenes of the TV Serie :







OTTENTHAL Café
Ludwigkirchplatz 9

http://www.ottenthal.com


OTTENTHAL Café



It's the Café situated in the opposite of the FELIX & SANDRA's Chamber where they take every day their Cappucino ;-) :






OTTENTHAL Café also gives rise to another magnificent indoor scene of Episode # 52 (Season 4) : "Das jüngste Gericht - Teil 2 / The doomsday - Part 2 / Le jugement dernier - Partie 2":








JANSSEN Gallery
Pariserstraße 45 / Ludwigkirchplatz

galerie-janssen@t-online.de
http://www.galerie-janssen.com



The JANSSEN Gallery is located at the corner of Pariserstraße and Ludwigkirchplatz.

This nice small shop was founded late 1970 by Volker JANSSEN, a dad hand very known in BERLIN. It offers a wide range of Blu-ray, DVD, books, magazines, posters, postcards, calendars, photographs and pictures.

The Gallery is in the background in this scene from the Episode # 18 (Season 2) : "Ferrari fahren und sterben / The Place of Dead / La Place du mort":





Photographer Studio
Pfalzburger Straße
(At South, near from Ludwigkirchplatz & Galerie JANSSEN)


The white and blue building
Pfalzburger Straße 75


Here the white & blue building located on Pfalzburger Straße at the # 75.

Note : from Ludwigkirchplatz, take at the South, Pfalzburger Straße going towards Düsseldorferstraße   (See  Map of Places below).

We see this building when FELIX leaves the photographer who has failed to smash face in and after a scene with SANDRA for this story of nude pictures that she prepares to do. (See 1st screenshot below).


GABI GARSKE MODE
Pfalzburger Straße 72

kontakt@gabigarske.de
http://www.gabigarske.de



The GABI GARKE MODE store is located on Pfalzburger Straße at the # 72.



FELIX passes by this store. We recognize very well the repointed front with the logo of the store and the street lamp on this picture.

A large window with an arc as a sun replaced the 2 small windows which existed at the time of "Edel & Starck"'s shooting ;-) (See 2nd and 3rd screenshots below).


The white & blue building and the GABI GARKE MODE store give rise to these scenes in the Episode # 29 (Season 3) : "Mutproben / Tests of courage / Epreuves de courage":






"Brunnenschale mit Fontäne" Fountain
Ludwigkirchplatz

http://www.stadtentwicklung.berlin.de




Near from Ludwigkirchplatz, a garden overlooking the church where situated the "Brunnenschale mit Fontäne" Fountain.





A quiet greenery where you can also picnic and read a book in peace...






FASANENPLATZ


FASANENPLATZ is the place where BIENE / BEA sings "Surrender [Listen to here]" from Elvis Presley.

This little square is located near Ludwigkirchplatz where is situated the FELIX & SANDRA's 2nd Chamber.




The fire hydrant





The fire hydrant is located on Fasanenstraße just on the opposite fashion store FASANEN 40 and the cocktails bar RUM TRADER (See below).




It's this fire hydrant that we see at the beginning of this beautiful scene in the Episode # 13 (Season 1) : "Das Gericht tanzt / The Court enjoys / Le Tribunal s'amuse":







SALUMERIA VIA LODOVICO Restaurant
Corner Fasanenstraße 41 / Ludwigkirchstraße 14






Immerse yourself in the friendly atmosphere of the SALUMERIA VIA LODOVICO Restaurant, located on Fasanenstraße.

The friendly staff, serves Italian specialties (Italienische Feinkost, in Deutsch).

We advise you to taste the entries that are succulent or indulge in the cheese plate !

Note that the take-away is possible.


We guess the sign of SALUMERIA VIA LODOVICO Restaurant on the screenshot below :






MENZEL & MENZEL Fashion Store
Fasanenstraße 41


MENZEL & MENZEL located on Fasanenstraße, is an exclusive fashion store first and second hand.

We guess the logo of the MENZEL & MENZEL Fashion Store on the top near the string of lights or on the right side of the roadsign on the screenshot below :







AGO Galerie Berlin
Meierottostraße 1 / Am Fasanenplatz

ago-galerie@web.de
http://ago-galerie.de/

AGO Galerie Berlin founded in 1977 (since 1981 on Fasanenplatz), is the place where you can find paintings, drawings, prints and objects from eighteenth to twentieth centuries.

It's in front of AGO Galerie Berlin that FELIX waits PATRIZIA before going to the RIZZ Café to do a pool. Also, we recognize the red garden bench in front of the gallery that you can see on the screenshot below :






FASANEN 40 Fashion Store
Fasanenstraße 40
(Corner Ludwigkirchstraße & Fasanenstraße)



FASANEN 40 located on Fasanenstraße, is a clothing brands store and products from the world of fashion and design.

You will find unique and unusual clothing.




RUM TRADER Cocktails Bar
Fasanenstraße 40
(Corner Ludwigkirchstraße & Fasanenstraße)




RUM TRADER is located next to FASANEN 40, extremely quiet and yet, this cocktails bar is since 30 years old an institution in BERLIN and worth the trip !

The bar is extremely small and contain few large maximum 15 people.


Inside the bar, tiled and gilded facade, its walls painted in dark green and bathed in orange hanging lamps provide an intimate and soft light. The furniture is all black and was kept in the style of the 60s.

The bar is of origin and dressed in speakers which fit in very well with the atmosphere.

We could also say that the RUM TRADER is a machine back in time in the middle of last century.

You will be greeted by the master of the house dressed in a vest, bow tie and pocket watch ;-)



It's in front of FASANEN 40 that SANDRA waits SONIA (her "lesbian" client) before moving in front of the RUM TRADER (which we guess the first letter on the 3rd screenshot below)...






and going to eat a Falafel [ENG] / Falafel [DE] certainly in the neighborhood.








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AM KUDAM Bowling
Kurfürstendamm 156, (am Lehniner Platz)

info@kudamm-bowling.de
http://www.kudamm-bowling.de

Ah, that famous Bowling ! ;-) It's located on one of the most beautiful avenues in BERLIN, the Kurfürstendamm and more commonly called the Ku'damm. It's the busiest avenue in WEST BERLIN.

Old road of logs that Electors borrowed to go hunting. Bismarck turned into luxury artery often compared to the Champs-Elysées : hawkers cons luxury shops.

It's very pleasant to walk to the atmosphere, because, with its many shops and restaurants, the Ku'damm is always bustling.



This Bowling gives rise to these beautiful scenes of Episodes # 51 & # 52 (Season 4) : "Das jüngste Gericht - Teile 1 & 2 / The doomsday - Parts 1 & 2 / Le jugement dernier - Parties 1 & 2":












SCHAUBÜHNE Café
Kurfürstendamm 153, (am Lehniner Platz)

http://www.schaubuehne.de
http://www.schaubuehne.de/cafe

"SCHAUBÜHNE" Café is located near the Bowling.

It gives rise to this scene of the Episode # 44 (Season 4) : "Adel verpflichtet / Kind Hearts and Coronets / Noblesse Oblige":






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Equestrian REITSPORT Shop
Hohenzollerndamm 34

info@Reitsport-Center-Hoffschild.de
http://www.reitsport-center-hoffschild.de/


The "REITSPORT" store offers the largest equestrian activity in BERLIN (500 m2).

You will find hallucinatory and strange things (lol).


The store gives rise to this scene in the Episode # 17 (Season 2) : "Seintensprung am Weidezaun / Stallion of the ladies / L'étalon de ces dames":






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Markobrunnerstraße



The one-way street where FELIX is stopped and checked by the police officer before arresting (mdrrrr) is the Markobrunnerstraße between the # 4 and the # 6, located in the borough of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf.



We recognize very well the Markobrunnerstraße on these 2 pictures and specially on the 2nd because it's the place where FELIX throass="images">


"ÄHRENSACHE" Bio store
Apostel-Paulus-Straße 40

FELIX & SANDRA passe by the "ÄHRENSACHE" Bio store located on Apostel-Paulus-Straße 40 after having lunch with CHRISTOPHE (the FELIX's childhood friend) and discussing about his matter of sexual harassment.

The "ÄHRENSACHE" Bio store gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 12 (Season 1) : "Ein Freund, ein guter Freund / A Friend, a real Friend / Un ami, un vrai":





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SOUTH-WEST
(Outside City Map)


Berlin Sud-Ouest Hors-Plan de la Ville



Berliner Golf Club Gatow e.V.
Sparnecker Weg 100 / Kladower Damm 182-288

golfclub.gatow@t-online.de
http://www.golfclubgatow.de




Located in the South-West of BERLIN (Outside City Map), the  Berliner Golf Club Gatow e.V. is undoubtedly one of golf's most beautiful in Europe.




Not surprisingly, it gives rise to several scenes of the Episode # 47 (Season 4) : "Die Leiden des Felix E. / Lost unhappy Love affairs / Peines d'amour perdues" :








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Wannsee Lake (Großer Wannsee)



Wannsee is a district of BERLIN, part of the borough of Steglitz-Zehlendorf, isolated on an island between three lakes, the big and small Wannsee lake, Griebnitz Lake and Griebnitz Channel.


The Wannsee lake (Großer Wannsee) is a place of rest, walking and swimming very extensive and whose building baths built in 1920-1930 on the plans of the architect Richard ERMISCH is a historical monument.

Long before the construction of the Berlin Wall, it's here that the Berliners would have to spend their sunny afternoons (he was famous for its nudist area) and when WEST BERLIN was an enclave in the GDR, it became one of the few recreational areas.

In addition, the lake serves as a passage for traffic river as it connects BERLIN to POTSDAM, WERDER and TEGEL by the Havel river and the Griebnitz channel.

It's on the small Wannsee lake that the writer Heinrich von Kleist committed suicide with a bullet after killing (on request) Henriette Vogel in November 1811.

On 20 January 1942, senior Nazi officials met at the Wannsee Villa (built 1914-1915) to plan the Final Solution to the "Jewish Question" - the extermination of the Jews of Europe :-(
This event, presided over by Reinhard Heydrich and conducted by Adolf Eichmann, has since become known as the Wannsee Conference.




This place gives rise to such scenes in the Episode # 39 (Season 3) : "Aussteigen für Anfänger / Cast off ! / Larguez les amarres !"














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BAUSTOFFE (Do-It-Yourself Center)


ROLLER BERLIN-STEGLITZ
Am Stichkanal 1-11

http://www.roller.de/kontak
http://www.roller.de

ROLLER, founded in 1969, is a German discount furniture store (Möbel-Discounter, in Deutsch).

The ROLLER BERLIN-STEGLITZ store is located in the borough of Steglitz-Zehlendorf and in the district of Steglitz.


We recognize very well the front of the store on the screenshots below in the Episode # 27 (Season 3) : "Do It Yourself / Homme à tout faire" :





OBI BERLIN-STEGLITZ
Goerzallee 189-223

berlin-steglitz@obi.de
http://www.obi.de/de/markets/maerkte/Berlin-Steglitz

OBI, founded in 1970, is one of the largest company and German D.I.Y. (Do-It-Yourself) chain with 561 locations in 13 countries (including 340 in Germany). It's the German "LEROY MERLIN" ;-).

The OBI store where FELIX, SANDRA & OTTO buy electrical outlets, screwdrivers, paint etc ... for the chamber is located opposite the ROLLER store.



Also, we can guess the OBI logo on the front of the store on the 1st screenshot below.

The OBI BERLIN-STEGLITZ store gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 27 (Season 3) : "Do It Yourself / Homme à tout faire" :







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Herrenhaus Correns or Siemens-Villa
Calandrellistraße 1 bis 9 / At the corner of Gärtnerstraße 25 bis 32


Herrenhaus Correns or Siemens-Villa located in the borough of Steglitz-Zehlendorf and the district of Lankwitz was built between 1913 to 1916 by the architects Fritz Freymüller et Albert Denzel for the director Friedrich Christian Correns.

Inn 1925, it was sold to the SIEMENS Family which remained in her possession until 1937.

From 1941 to 1976, the villa was the German National Library for the Ibero-American countries.

In 2010, the villa was the headquarters of the Musical Archives of the German National Library.

The garden of the villa was probably designed by the Berliner architect Carl Riemann. The garden and the building are classified and opened to the public.
A summerhouse was originally designed as tea house was then used as bandstand and preserved.



It's in the SIEMENS-VILLA that the ball (dance) of the lawyers runs in the Episode # 13 (Season 1) : "Das Gericht tanzt / The Court enjoys / Le Tribunal s'amuse":







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NORTH-WEST CENTER
(included in City Map)


Berlin Centre Nord-Ouest



At the North of the "POTSDAMER PLATZ"



Magic Mountain (Climbing Wall)
Böttgerstraße 20-26

info@magicmountain.de
http://magicmountain.de/





Notice to climbing fans : you'll have many walls to climb before reaching your goal !

This place gives rise to one of the funniest scenes in the Episode # 24 (Season 2) : "Der Berg ruft / drunkenness tops / L'ivresse des sommets".



See SANDRA nailed as a "beetle" in this climbing wall is just to die of laughter ! (lol). It's true, with a "Spider Woman", at her side, it's hard to compete ! (lol) :






Beamtentor des AEG Geländes
Brunnenstraße 111

The "Beamtentor des AEG Geländes" is originally designed by the architect Paul Tropp and in 1896/1897 by Franz Schwechten in the present form. It was built for the A.E.G.'s staff and visitors.

Between the two lateral towers, pinnacles reminiscent of a Gothic brick church.

Along the arc of the main door reads : "Allgemeine Electricitäts Gesellschaft " (AEG) which translates to "German General Electric Company" .

The Beamtentor has often been used as a center for various events.

Today, the monument commemorates the old location door, historically significant for the electrical industry in BERLIN.

This place is in the Episode # 28 (Season 3) : "Der Glückspilz / Appereances be can real / L'habit fait le moine".


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Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer (Memorial of the Berlin Wall)
Bernauerstraße 111

http://www.berliner-mauer-dokumentationszentrum.de

The Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer (Memorial of the Berlin Wall) is probably the most poignant memorial on the Wall in BERLIN. This pan of the wall, in the district of Wedding is, with its melancholy, the most authentic, partly because it has never been enlivened by brightly colored paintings and because the area around it still retains something of this desolated and gray atmosphere of "no man's land" which was one of the city so divided.

Today, still standing sections of the Berlin Wall can be seen in three main locations : near from Martin Gropius Bau Museum no far from Potsdamer Platz, along Mühlenstraße, as open-air gallery "East-Side Gallery" and at this point in the Bernauerstraße.

The monument was inaugurated in August 13, 1998, is a pan of 70 meters from the Wall.

The Berlin Wall, named at the time of the GDR "anti fascist protective wall" (Antifaschistischer Schutzwall), was raised in August 13, 1961, separating BERLIN for 23 years. The East German government, headed by Walter Ulbricht, claimed that the wall was designed to protect the citizens of EAST GERMANY against the aggression of the West. Made of concrete slabs and a height of 4 meters, the length of the Wall in EAST BERLIN was 43 kms, and barbed wire were installed along 112 kms of territory of RDA around the three areas of the west. The total combined length of the wall and barbed wire was 155 kms.

The site includes a resource center in front of a piece of original wall, the remains of the Wall itself, which can be observed from a small park, an art installation and a small chapel - the Versöhnungskapelle (Chapel of Reconciliation) - Admission is free and is a great way to gain an overview on the wall, since the historical events that led to August 1961 until the restoration of "no man's land", land separating the two sides of the wall, where nearly 200 citizens of the GDR lost their lives trying to move to the west. The reconstruction shows the complete decor watchtowers, guards, barbed wire, police dogs and mines that made the Wall the terrifying symbol of oppression during the Cold War. Many stories and tales of escape attempts (nearly 5 000 in total) are listed and can be viewed at the Museum Haus at Checkpoint Charlie (See below).



Stettiner Bahnhoff (Former Nordbahnhoff) (The waste ground)
Corner of Am Nordbahnhoff & Julie-Wolfthorm-Straße streets





Stettiner Bahnhoff, is the former North Station (Nordbahnoff, in Deutsch).




This former station, now abandoned, is located at    the    corner   of     Am    Nordbahnhoff    &    Julie-Wolfthorm-Straße streets.




The waste ground where FELIX retrieves his car apparently still exists.

This waste ground front of Stettiner Bahnhoff (which we recognize the roof on the screenshots below) gives rise to these scenes in the Pilot Episode (Season 1) : "Partner wider Willen / Associates in spite of themselves / Associés malgré eux" :







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Kunstfabrik SCHLOT (Jazz Club)
Edisonhöfe - Chausseestraße 18
Access by / Zugang über Schlegelstraße 26

info@kunstfabrik-schlot.de
http://www.kunstfabrik-schlot.de






The SCHOLT is a Jazz Club and a cabaret located on Chausseestraße in the district of Mitte :





This Jazz Club gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 11 (Season 1) : "Alter vor Schönheit / Too beautiful for you / Trop belle pour toi":






Weinbar RUTZ (Wine Bar)
Chausseestraße 8

http://www.weinbar-rutz.de/contact
http://www.weinbar-rutz.de/




The Weinbar RUZT*, a treat for the tastebuds on two floors :

On the ground floor the exquisite wine bar, on the upper floor the restaurant - this is the layout of the one-Michelin-star* bar and restaurant that conjures up a creative and Mediterranean cooking / cuisine.

In the summer, the idyllic terrace with its vines, vegetables and garden herbs is one of the nicest places to be in BERLIN.



It's in the Weinbar RUZT* that FELIX with her client while SANDRA takes care of Beni / Benjamin who can’t sleep in the Episode # 5 (Season 1) : "Das Kuckucksei / Two lawyers and a basket / Deux avocats et un couffin".






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Hamburger Banhoff
Museum für Gegenwart (Museum of Contemporary Art)
Invalidenstraße 50-51

hbf@smb.spk-berlin.de
http://www.hamburgerbahnhof.de


The Hamburger Bahnhof is a former railway station of BERLIN. It's located on the Invalidenstraße in the district of Moabit. Today it houses the Museum für Gegenwart, Museum of Contemporary Art.

The railway station

The railway station was built by Friedrich Neuhaus in 1846/47 as a starting point of the line of rail to HAMBURG. The building wasn't used as a railway station since 1884, when the station was built in LEHRTE, which was only at 400 meters southwest from the current Berlin Hauptbahnhof.

The museum

Severely damaged during the Second World War, the building has found a new use in 1996 with the creation of the Museum für Gegenwart, which presents modern and contemporary works, for example, of Joseph Beuys, Anselm Kiefer, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Long, Andy Warhol and Cy Twombly.

Between 2004 and 2010, the Museum für Gegenwart exposed part of the art collection of Friedrich Christian Flick.



Hauptbahnhof / Zentralbahnhof
(The futuristic Central Railway station of Berlin)
Europaplatz 1

http://www.hbf-berlin.de/

Berlin Hauptbahnhof (Central Railway Station of BERLIN) is the main station of BERLIN in Germany and largest in size in Europe.

Built according to plans of the architect Meinhard von Gerkan, it was inaugurated on May 26, 2006 after more than 11 years of work. Located in the heart of BERLIN, near from Bundestag (See bellow), the station is built on the former site of the Lehrter Bahnhof.

All mainline trains passing through or arriving in BERLIN spend. Approximately 1 800 trains pass there daily, and 350 000 passengers can borrow 54 escalators et 34 elevators. The two towers of 46 meters are equipped with six glass elevators.

The futuristic railway station near from Spree is in the Episode # 40 (Season 4) : "Die Venusfalle / The Venus Trap / Le Piège de Vénus".



Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Charitéplatz 1

http://www.charite.de/





The Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin is one of the largest university hospitals in Europe located in the district of Mitte.





CHRISTOPHE (The FELIX's childhood friend) practises in this hospital.


The screenshot below which appears in the Episode # 3 (Season 1) : "Das Soufflé der Götter" / the Divine Soufflé / Le Soufflé Divin" when SANDRA visits this sick man who is on the point of death and wants to be plastinated, is located on the Luisenstraße at # 60 :





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Ganymed Restaurant - Brewery
Schiffbauerdamm 5

http://www.ganymed-brasserie.de/


Ganymed, the "Parisian Brewery" in BERLIN. Experience of "good manners", fresh French food and the authentic charm of a brewery on the banks of the River Spree.




Take advantage of Diseased Tarts of Alsace, cassoulet, steak tartare, lobster and oysters, snails.

The selection of wines provides the good taste to the table with vintage wines and a great assortment of champagne.




This restaurant gives rise to scenes between FELIX & BRITTA (his childhood sweetheart) in the Episode # 4 (Season 1) : "Ein ganz normaler Stier / Childhood sweetheart / Amour de jeunesse" :







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Federal Chancellery in Berlin
Platz der Republik

The Federal Chancellery (Bundeskanzleramt, in Deutsch) located in the northern district of Tiergarten is the building that houses since 2001 the office of Chancellor of Germany and its services in BERLIN.

The building is the joint work of the Berlin architects Axel Schultes and Charlotte Frank, is integrated into the "federal ribbon" (Band des Bundes), governmental district located in the bend of the Spree. It was erected in the transfer of government from BONN to BERLIN and inaugurated in 2001.

Soon the tour guides and journalists in terms ironically nicknamed the new building : the "toilets for elephants" (Elefantenklo), the "Kohllosseum" (referring to Helmut Kohl, although he never lived there), the "washing machine" (Waschmaschine) in all its variations : Bundeswaschmaschine ("Federal washing machine") or Kanzlerwaschmaschine ("washing machine of Chancellor").



Sowjetisches Ehrenmal Statue
Tiergarten Park (Großer Tiergarten Park)
(Opposite the Platz der Republik)

The Sowjetisches Ehrenmal or Soviet Memorial of Tiergarten inaugurated in November 1945, is a monument of Lew Kerbel, Vladimir Zigal, and Nikolai Sergijewski located just west of the Brandenburg Gate on the edge of the Tiergarten. It was built with the support of allied forces by the command of Soviet forces in the UK sector of divided BERLIN, with Soviet guards linked to the occupation forces of Soviet sector until the departure of Russian troops in 1993. The monuments are maintained today by the terms of the treaty of Reunification.

Like most the Soviet Memorial of Treptower Park and yet a third located in Pankow, those monuments commemorating the central role of soldiers of the Soviet Army who fought and fell during the cruel days of the battle of BERLIN, just before the Hitler's death on April 30, 1945 and the final surrender of Germany on May 8, today celebrated as the Day of Victory in Europe, (VE-day in the Anglo-Saxon countries), day of commemoration of "armistice" on May 8, 1945 in France. The Army soldier waving the red flag with the hammer and sickle on the Reichstag photographed by Khadley became the icon of the surrender of Nazi Germany and the end of the Second World War.

The monument, a colonnaded semicircular concave linking six arches, of which we claim it was built with blocks of red marble and granite salvaged from the ruins of the Neue Reichskanzlei de Hitler (New Chancellery of Reich) on the Wilhemstraße, is flanked by artillery of the Red Army and two tanks T-34. The bronze statue of a soldier of the victorious Red Army stands on the center pedestal.

The memory of individual soldiers honored as heroes of the Soviet Union is preserved from oblivion by listing their names on the pillars and the stone sarcophagi on either side of the main staircase. The Cyrillic inscription under the statue of soldiers translates as : "Eternal glory to heroes fallen in battle against the German fascist occupiers for the freedom and independence from the Soviet Union".

The statue is in the Episode # 23 (Season 2) : "Wann ist ein Mann ein Mann ? / A real man / Un homme un vrai".



Reichstag Bundestag
(Next to the Platz der Republik)



Certainly the most symbolic monument of BERLIN with the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag has seen all the vicissitudes of the Twentieth century, to only complete 40 years in his role as head of the German Parliament.



Paul Wallot was appointed to draw plans of the building, whose construction was ten years (1884-1894), during which the project raised many reservations, particularly on the part of the Emperor William II, fearing the Reichstag outperforms the Berlin Castle.

With Neo-Renaissance style, building deploys characteristics pump of Wilhelmine architecture : 137 meters long and 97 meters wide. Symbol of a unified Germany, the Reichstag is decorated with the emblems of each of the kingdoms and duchies component Empire. Before the fire in 1933 perpetrated by the Nazis, the Reichstag was topped by an imposing dome rising to 72 meters.

It's in 1916 what added the dedication "Dem Deutschen Volke" (The German People) on the facade of the Reichstag. In the fall of Berlin in 1945, the  Reichstag transformed into a fortified camp by the last German units, is stormed by Soviet troops.

On the evening of April 30, 1945, the red flag is hoisted on top of the Reichstag, burned and riddled with bullets.

Its reconstruction was decided in 1957 and ended in a first time in 1972 : the work will cost 120 millions DM. After reunification, and the designation of BERLIN as the new capital, the Reichstag is modernized to accommodate to the new Parliament of the Federal Republic, the Bundestag. The work entrusted to the British architect Sir Norman Foster can return to the Reichstag dome, but in a contemporary form.

The Reichstag is in numerous "Edel & Starck"'s episodes.



Brandenburg Gate
Pariser Platz

The Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor, in Deutsch) is located at the western entrance of the old BERLIN and is the symbol of the city. It was built by Carl Gotthard Langhans (1732-1808) for the Prussian king Frederick-William II of Prussia (1744-1797).

It was built from 1788 to 1791 in neoclassical style.

It recalls the Propylaea of the Acropolis in Athens.

The door ended the Unter den Linden Avenue to the West and replaces a previous gate which had been built in 1734. It is 26 meters high, 65.5 meters wide and has a depth of 11 meters. It comprises five parts and two houses. Until the Kaiser was deposed, he was the only one able to spend with his vehicle in the central passage.

In 1793, it was crowned of the quadriga from Johan Gottfried Schadow (1764-1850) depicting the Goddess of Victory in a chariot drawn by four horses.

This statue was made of copper. In 1806, it was carried away by Napoleon who wants to settle in Paris. After the fall of the First Empire, the quadriga back to BERLIN, where he restored and decorated with a new symbol of power (the Prussian eagle). After the Second World War, we did put a copy in plaster. Indeed, during the Battle of BERLIN, German soldiers had taken refuge behind the quadriga from where they obtained and the statue was badly damaged. Only two horses escaped the attack.

On September 21, 1956, the magistrate of the city of BERLIN decided to rebuild the only former city gate still standing. On December 14, 1957, the renovation was completed.

During the partition of the city, the Brandenburg Gate is found in the East Zone. With the construction of the Berlin Wall, on August 13, 1961, it is in the middle of "No Man's Land" guarded by soldiers of EAST GERMANY and therefore can't be crossed or east or west. Only the borders of EAST BERLIN could pass. During the separation, the eagle that sits on top of the door was removed. It regained his place at the reunification.

All major events in the history of BERLIN are linked to the Brandenburg Gate as a symbol of the city but also the state. Thus, it's under pressure over 100 000 people that 28 years after its construction, the wall was finally reopened at the door on December 22, 1989.

The Brandenburg Gate is represented on the German money of 10, 20 and 50 cents euros as a symbol of unity restored.

On October 3, 2002, the Brandenburg Gate was finally unveiled in joyous celebration after 22 months of renovation.The door had previously been long neglected and damaged during the festivities of New Year where many people rode on it.

The Brandenburg Gate is in numerous "Edel & Starck"'s episodes.



UNTER DEN LINDEN Avenue

The Unter den Linden Avenue ("under the lime trees") extending the Pariser Platz (east side of the Brandenburg Gate) for 1,5 km towards the west to Schlossbrücke. This major highway in central BERLIN connects many institutions and a large number of sights in BERLIN.

In the Sixteenth century, this avenue was still a common dirt road that was mapped in 1573 by order of the Elector Johann Georg. Then it connected the Berliner Stadtschloss to Tiergarten.

After the Thirty Years War, when Germany suffered the consequences of war and that both the Castle and the Tiergarten had devastated, Frederick-William began to draw new paths and plant new gardens. He sent his architects and gardeners across Europe to gather new ideas and rebuild the center of BERLIN.

Subsequently, the alley was built in Holland style with the plans of the Prince Johann Moritz and hunting road was transformed into an impressive gallery with 1000 walnut and 1000 limes.

The Victory Column was placed on the extension (which doesn't bear the name of Unter den Linden but Straße des 17. Juni), formerly located in front of the Reichstag.

This beautiful avenue gives rise to the most beautiful scene of end closing "Edel & Starck" in the Episode # 52 (Season 4) : "Das jüngste Gericht - Teil 2 / The doomsday - Part 2 / Le jugement dernier - Partie 2" :




This place is located on the UNTER DEN LINDEN Avenue to the West
before Friedrichstraße ;-)



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Alte Bibliothek

The Ancient Library (Alte Bibliothek) of BERLIN is located on the Bebelplatz, close to the east of the Unter den Linden Avenue .

The curved facade of the Old Royal Library (1780), clearly baroque earned him the nickname "Kommode". It's undoubtedly the most interesting building in the square.

Situated on the previous site of the Academy of Sciences according to plans by Georg Christian Unger, is now occupied by the Humboldt University as the Old Palace (Altes Palace) no far situated.

In Neoclassic style, (1834 and 1837), the Old Palace served as the royal residence of William I.



Bebelplatz





Bebelplatz (formerly Opernplatz) is located on the south side of the Unter den Linden Avenue, one of the principal axes east-west in the center of the city. It's bounded on the east by the State Opera (hence the name pre-war),






to the west by buildings of the Humboldt University,




and to the south by St. Hedwig's Cathedral, the oldest Roman Catholic church in BERLIN.

The whole of these buildings is an urban plan undertaken in the reign of Frederick II of Prussia. The "Fridericianum Forum" should give to the Prussian monarchy, the artistic and scientific radiation at an European scale without precedent. An opera, an academy of sciences, a castle were thrown. This dream of greatness, however, suffered from poor finances of the King of Prussia burdened by wars, and successive developments that have unbalanced the whole. Only the opera was built to original plans.

The Bebelplatz is best known as the site of the burning of books took place on May 10, 1933 by members of the SA and Nazi youth groups, at the instigation of the Minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels.
That day, students burned 20 000 "not German" books taken in libraries and bookstores. Students stood in line to throw the books into the flames in the cheers, while a classmate recited the names of the authors. After Karl Marx and Karl Kautsky, came the names of 19 writers , including among others, Bertolt Brecht, Alfred Döblin, Lion Feuchtwanger, Sigmund Freud, Erich Kästner, Heinrich Mann, Carl von Ossietzky, Erich Maria Remarque, Kurt Tucholsky, Franz Werfel, Arnold Zweig and Stefan Zweig. At midnight, Goebbels came and delivered a speech on the emergence of a new world.

Today, the the Swallowed Library (Versunkene Bibliothek) by the artist Micha Ullman recalls the event. Under a glass plate resting on the ground, passersby can see a library with empty shelves. A verse of Heine is engraved : "Dort, wo man Bücher verbrennt, verbrennt man am Ende auch Menschen" ("Where they burn books, ultimately they burn people"). Students at Humboldt University organize every year a book sale on the square to remember the event.

Since 1947, the square is named after the German socialist August Bebel (1840-1913), founder of the Social Democratic Party of Germany.

The Bebelplatz is in several "Edel & Starck"'s episodes and especially in the Episode # 5 (Season 1) : "Das Kuckucksei / Two lawyers and a basket / Deux avocats et un couffin".



Galeries Lafayette (Deutschland) GmbH
Französische Straße 23

http://www.galerieslafayette.de

Galeries Lafayette Berlin is one of two stores that teaches established abroad or outside metropolitan France (the other is in Martinique).

Built on the corner of the Französische Straße and the Friedrichstraße short walk from the Unter den Linden Avenue, "Galeries Lafayette Berlin GmbH" welcomes about 100.000 visitors per week and presents on its 4 floors (9.200m² of retail space) the glittery world of international fashion in an impressive building designed by Jean Nouvel (architect, among others, the Opera of Lyon and the Arab World Institute (AWI), in Paris).

The "Lafayette Gourmet", located in the basement is reserved for food and tableware. This is a unique concept of teaching. There is a bakery, a grocery store, a fishmonger, a butcher, a wine cellar, a dairy ... Any French gastronomy is present.

The "Fashion Labo." is another exclusive concept. This is an area of proposed sale to young designers from BERLIN that offers them the opportunity to exhibit and sell their creations in a "real" store right next to the biggest brands. . The store celebrated in 2006 its tenth year of continuous presence in the German capital.



JIMMY CHOO Shoes
Departmentstore Quartier 206
Friedrichstraße 71




http://www.jimmychoo.com




http://www.departmentstore-quartier206.com




If you want to buy the beautiful SANDRA's dress or shoes in the Episode # 30 (Season 3) : "Der Spaltpilz / Discord / Zizanie", we will go to Departmentstore Quartier 206 on the Frierichstraße (lol) :








FELIX, it's sure, appreciates (lol) :






Gendarmenmarkt



The Gendarmenmarkt is one of the most beautiful squares of the City. It is surrounded by the Konzerthaus (Concert Hall) and the two reformed French and German Cathedrals .




In the center stands a statue of the famous poet Frédéric Schiller :

- The German Cathedral (Deutscher Dom, in Deutsch) is in south of the square. It has a pentagonal structure designed by Martin Grünberg and built in 1708 by Giovanni Simonetti. It was amended by Carl von Gontard in 1785 by the addition of the tower with dome.
It now houses a museum of German history.

- The Konzerthaus is the newest building constructed since 1821 by Karl Friedrich Schinkel as the Schauspielhaus in the ruins of the national theater destroyed by fire in 1817. It welcomes home the Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester.

- The reformed French Cathedral (Französischer Dom, in Deutsch) was built by the Huguenots exiled between 1701 and 1705 from the destroyed church of Charenton near from Paris. The tower and porticos, designed by Carl von Gontard were added in 1785. It has a viewing platform, a restaurant and a Huguenot museum.

The square was created by Georg Christian Unger in the end of the Seventeenth century as the Linden-Markt. Its current name comes cavalryman of the regiment of soldiers who were deployed until 1773.

During the Second World War, many buildings were destroyed or heavily damaged, but rebuilt in the same afterwards.

The Gendarmenmarkt gives rise to such scenes in the following episodes :


- Season 1 - Episode # 3 : "Das Soufflé der Götter" / the Divine Soufflé / Le Soufflé Divin" :


  Very beautiful romantic scene !



- Season 2 - Episode #15 : "Freund und Feind / Ami et ennemi" :


  FELIX in the public "toilets", it's worth its weight in gold (lol) !




Fassbender & Rausch GmbH
Charlottenstraße 60 / Gendarmenmarkt

info@fassbender-rausch.de
http://www.fassbender-rausch.de




Fassbender & Rausch GmbH, one of the best chocolate-makers in BERLIN who owns a shop, cafe and restaurant, no less !



You will certainly find the chocolates which love (lol) FELIX & SANDRA in the Episode # 30 (Season 3) : "Der Spaltpilz / Discord / Zizanie".

These chocolates give rise to the most of the "Edel & Starck"'s "crazy" scenes (lol) :





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Chekpoint Charlie
Friedrichstraße / Zimmerstraße

The Checkpoint Charlie is located on the Friedrichstraße, on the border between the districts of Mitte (in the Soviet Sector) and Kreuzberg (in the American Sector) and was reserved for the passage of foreign diplomatic persons and exchange of prisoners.

After the collapse of the Third Reich in 1945, became an occupied country and cut in two : : the Eastern zone under Soviet occupation became the GDR, while the West zone under British occupation, French and American became the FRG.

The various checkpoints established between the western and eastern parts have received the code names :

- Alpha : between the FRG and the GDR, in Helmstedt,

- Bravo : between EAST GERMANY and WEST BERLIN, in Dreilinden,

- Charlie : from WEST BERLIN and EAST BERLIN.

They have been maintained during the Cold War until the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 (the reunification of Germany was in 1990).

This crossing point has been illustrated in particular by novelists who dealt in espionage as John le Carré.

Chekpoint Charlie is in numerous '"Edel & Starck"'s episodes.



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Potsdamer Platz

The Potsdamer Platz is a square and a major traffic intersection in central BERLIN. It is named thanks to the nearby town of POTSDAM. Most buildings date from after 1990. This square is among the most prominent places of BERLIN and is frequented by many tourists.

In the 1920s and 1930s, it was one of the busiest centers in Europe. Most buildings were destroyed during the shelling of the end of the Second World War. When the city was divided into EAST BERLIN and WEST BERLIN after the war, the square was cut in two, and after 1963, the Berlin Wall traversed from side to side, making it a place completely abandoned.

After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Roger Waters took place on a gigantic stage for a performance of "The Wall", on July 21, 1990 to commemorate the end of the separation between the two Germanys. The concert was held on the empty Potsdamer Platz and many celebrities attended.

After 1990, the square kept attention again, because of its location near downtown. The council chose to divide it into four parts, each left to a private investor, who will implement its own project. During the construction phase, Potsdamer Platz was the largest shipyard in Europe.

Potsdamer Platz is is in numerous '"Edel & Starck's episodes and especially in this scene between SANDRA and LAURA (daughter of BIENE / BEA) in the Episode # 6 (Season 1) : "Wunderkinder" / Children Prodigies / Enfants Prodiges" :





Sony Center
Potsdamer Platz

Sony Center, the largest of these projects was Daimler-Benz, now DaimlerChrysler, who asked Renzo Piano to create an overall plan for new construction. The various buildings were built by different architects according to these plans. This includes remarkable building Potsdamer Platz No. 1 by Hans Kollhoff, headquarters of prestigious law firms.

The second part of the project came out for Sony, which is erected its new European headquarters. This Sony Center was designed by Helmut Jahn, is a monolithic glass and steel, which is considered one of the finest examples of modern architecture in BERLIN.

The whole project was the subject of much criticism in the beginning, and yet all appreciate how the area was redeveloped. However, the place still attracts 70 000 visitors per day, and many critics are now surprised by the success of this place. At any time of day, the place is packed with people.


IMAX Cinema
Potsdamer Platz

http://www.cinestar.de/


The Sony Center is now a tourist attraction, a popular shopping spot for Berliners, and the appointment of moviegoers, with 40 screens in three multiplex cinemas, a film academy and a museum of cinema.



Some scenes from the film by Wim Wenders in 1987 "Der Himmel über Berlin" (Wings of Desire) are turned on the old Potsdamer Platz, virtually empty before the fall of the Berlin Wall. The film gives a good picture of what the place and its surroundings at the time.


The Sony Center and the IMAX Cinema are in the Episode # 45 (Season 4) : "Schuld und Sühne / Liability & Reconciliation / Responsabilité & Conciliation" :





ARKADEN Galleries
Potsdamer Platz

http://www.potsdamer-platz-arkaden.de



The shopping Potsdamer Arkaden Galleries stretch over three levels along a path of 180 meters covered with a canopy.

The complex houses 120 shops, cafes and restaurants.





This way taken by FELIX and his client are also located near the shopping Potsdamer Arkaden Galleries.

ARKADEN gives rise to one of the first "Edel & Starck"'s scenes in the Pilot Episode (Season 1) : "Partner wider Willen / Associates in spite of themselves / Associés malgré eux":






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SOUTH-WEST CENTER
(included in City Map)



Berlin Centre Sud-Ouest



At the South of the "POTSDAMER PLATZ"



OTTO's Flat


Victoria Bar
Potsdamerstraße 102

stefan@victoriabar.de
http://www.victoriabar.de



The VICTORIA BAR (with the door of the building where is located the OTTO's flat) is the bar which embarrassed him by smells of frying (lol).






We recognize in this photo, the building on the other side of the street which lost its red star







and on it, the sign of a store office supplies (Bürobedarf, in Deutsch) by side.




The Victoria Bar gives rise to these scenes from the Episode # 30 (Season 3) : "Der Spaltpilz / Discord / Zizanie" :





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Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin
Trebbinerstraße 9
U-Bahn : Gleisdreieck / Möckernbrücke

http://www.sdtb.de/Contact
http://www.sdtb.de/

The Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin (German Technical Museum in Berlin) was opened in 1982 in BERLIN with the former name of Museum für Verkehr und Technik (Museum for Transport and Technology).

In September 1996, it is renamed Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin. The museum used the early extant halls of the old and famous Anhalter Station bombed during the Second World War, located in the enclosures.

The range of items which are exposed : steam engines and locomotives. The currency is then "Alles was auf Rädern ist" ("Everything is on wheels"). However, after great enlargements, there are key issues as : the manufacture of textiles, paper, bags, jewelry and rail or not.

A new building offers a major multimedia exhibition on the theme of navigation. This is especially the basic experiences that are interesting. For example, one is to navigate a boat and another showing how GPS navigation. In the museum park, there are also a brewery. An old collection can be seen in a neighboring building. Another highlight is the SPECTRUM, a science center where you can observe and participate in more than 250 experiments in acoustics, optics, mechanics and other physical phenomena. The museum will then be a place for interactive testing.

On May 15, 2002, a special exhibition on computer pioneer Konrad Zuse opened.

This museum is in several "Edel & Starck"'s episodes.


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"Runder Brunnen" Bomb Fountain
Frobenstraße 12-17

This "bomb" fountain because for my part, it seems like a bomb (lol), is located in the Frobenstraße.

It gives rise to such scenes in the Episode # 2 (Season 1) : "Mann am Steuer - ungerheuer ! / Man at the wheel / Homme au volant" . It was here that FELIX crashes the right wing of the SANDRA's car (lol) and that the young woman being harassed by his neighbor lives :





Kammergericht (Court of Appeal)
Elßholzstraße 30
U-Bahn : Kleistpark

The Kammergericht (KG) is the BERLIN Court of Appeal (Oberlandesgericht, in Deutsch) . This name differs from the other courts for historical reasons. No other Court is called "Kammergericht" in Germany.

The first mention of a Kammergericht is in 1468. It is then the ducal court of the March of Brandenburg, when justice is done in the Prince-Electors' Chambers (Kammern, in Deutsch).

As the Supreme Court of Prussia, in 1735, the ducal court of the March of Brandenburg is located in Kollegienhaus, on the site where was built the Jewish Museum in BERLIN.

After the installing in Oberlandesgericht in 1877, la Kammergericht took that name. Its headquarters is moved to the Heinrich von Kleist Park, in Schöneberg, in 1913, where installed the Allied Control Council in 1945.

Since 1997, the court is located in the premises of the former Reichskriegsgericht, in Charlottenburg.

The building of the Kammergericht is also the seat of the Constitutional Court of BERLIN and the Attorney (Generalstaatsanwalt).



I obviously couldn't resist ;-) to go inside the court (lol) and you'll see an with a staircase surrounded by two beautiful statues and a beautiful clock !



It's in this court that FELIX & SANDRA as lawyers spend most of their time.

This place gives rise to many '"Edel & Starck"'s scenes :


- Their "thunderbolt" meeting in the Pilot Episode (Season 1) : "Partner wider Willen / Associates in spite of themselves / Associés malgré eux":




- Season 2 - Episode # 25 : "Das Geschäft mit der Liebe / The business of love / Le commerce de l'amour".




- Season 3 - Episode # 29 : "Mutproben / Test of courage / Epreuve de courage".



- but the best scene is undoubtedly when FELIX tells his beautiful declaration of love to SANDRA in the Episode # 52 (Season 4) : "Das jüngste Gericht - Teil 2 / The doomsday - Part 2 / Le jugement dernier - Partie 2" :






Heinrich-von-Kleist-Park (Park of the Court of Appeal)
Elßholzstraße / Potsdamer Straße





The small area occupied by the Heinrich-von-Kleist-Park has a long history.

Original vegetable garden of the Great Elector, in 1679 the ground hosted the botanical garden, founded in 1646 in the North of Tiergarten.

In 1903, the botanical garden was moved to its present location in Dahlem.

The park still has beautiful old trees dating back to the old botanical garden.




The entrance to the Heinrich-von-Kleist-Park is marked with a double colonnade, designed by Karl von Gontard (1777-1780).




The set is packed with Baroque sculptures.

The Heinrich-von-Kleist-Park is the place where SANDRA walks in the Episode # 14 (Season 2) : "Muffel und Männer / Mornings sorrows / Matins chagrins" :






OMBRETTA (ex-Barba Rossa) Café - restaurant
Goltzstraße 12a

http://www.weinhandlung-ombretta.de




OMBRETTA (ex-Barba Rossa) is a Mediterranean café – restaurant located at the corner of Goltzstraße and Barbarossastraße.






The food is Italian cooking / cuisine : ravioli or homemade pasta, you can drink coffee but also wine.





We see in this picture and on the 2nd screenshot below, the plate with the name of the Goltzstraße.


OMBRETTA (ex-Barba Rossa) gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 38 (Season 3) : "Anwälte der Prärie / Country Fans / Fans de Country".





Kurt-Hiller-Park (Playground with Florian)
Grunewaldstraße 5 (At the South, near the Court of Appeal)


The Kurt-Hiller-Park is the playground (Allgemeiner Spielplatz, in Deutsch) where SANDRA & FLORIAN wait his biological mother he never knew.

We recognize on these 2 pictures, the boulder left and the football ground with the 2 buildings behind SANDRA & FLORIAN (See 1st and 2nd screenshots bellow) :




and on these, the basketball ground and the "snake-figurine" behind FLORIAN and his mother (See 3rd and 4th screenshots below) :




The Kurt-Hiller-Park gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 18 (Season 2) : "Ferrari fahren und sterben / The Place of Dead / La Place du mort" :






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Victoria Park



There are two parks that you can't miss if you visit BERLIN : the Tiergarten and the Victoria Park.






Its waterfalls at the top of the hill and the monument of Schinkel make it the most romantic place.




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F40 (The Porn Production)
Fidicinstraße 40

http://www.etberlin.de/contact/
http://www.etberlin.de/





The scenes of the Porn Production where go FELIX & OTTO were shot in the F40, located on the Fidicinstraße at # 40 in the district of Kreuzberg.

We reconize very well on this picture the court inside of the F40 (See 1st & 2nd screenshots below).

The F40 homes two theaters : the English Theatre Berlin, hich is Berlin’s only stage with exclusively English productions and the integrational Thikwa Theater.

Today, the programme of the English Theatre Berlin has lent it its name, but the originally multilingual stage had already become popular in 1993 under the name Friends of Italian Opera.
The common factor for all plays staged here is the English language - but there are no limits beyond that one prerequisite : from classics to new discoveries, from drama to comedy - all of these and more are produced here.

The E.T.B. is frequently represented at numerous theatre festivals, and has in recent years developed good relations with international institutions, including the British Council, the US embassy and the Irish Arts Council.
Many international guest appearances have already sprung from these close partnerships. Some of the exciting new own productions of the theatre have also found a place in their repertoire, which strongly supports English language teaching programmes in Berlin schools.

The Thikwa Theater defines itself in quite a different language : the works developed here focus on the expression of differences and similarities of disabled and non-disabled actors. The Thikwa Theater, with its social experiment, aims to look beyond one’s own nose, and has already established itself as a new entity in Berlin’s theater scene.
The grand stage at F40 features an auditorium for 90 ~ 140 visitors and is barrier-free.
Also, the theatre house has an additional studio stage with a capacity of 50 ~ 70 seats.





FELIX is parked opposite the entrance to the F40.







The brown building with the white circle at the bottom of this picture (See 3rd screenshot below) located at the corner of Fidicinstraße & Kopischstraße, is the Wasserturm Tempelhofer Berg.





The Wasserturm Tempelhofer Berg was created from 1887 to 1888 by the architects Hugo Hartung & Richard Schultze.

It measures 44 meters and the reservoir is 400 cubic meters.

The F40 and the Fidicinstraße give rise to these scenes in the Episode # 25 (Season 2) : "Das Geschäft mit der Liebe / The Business of Love / Le Commerce de l'Amour" :






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The warehouse where is the Ferrari




The warehouse where is the Ferrari was at the time of the shooting of "Edel & Starck" than just a fenced place with cars or motorcycles of all brands.

Today, it has been replaced by a Renault Dealer.

Also, we recognize on the 1st picture above, the yellow phone box on the sidewalk (See 1st screenshot below).



Renault Dealer G. König GmbH
Kolonnenstraße 31

http://www.renault-koenig.de/




This Renault Dealer (Autohaus, in Deutsch) is located at the corner of the streets Kesselsdorfstraße & Kolonnenstraße.





Havelland-Grundschule
Kolonnenstr. 30-30a

havelland-schule@web.de
http://www.havelland-grundschule.cidsnet.de/


The red brick building across from the Renault Dealer is the primary school "Havelland - Grundschule".


These two places give rise to these scenes in the Episode # 18 (Season 2) : "Ferrari fahren und sterben / The Place of Dead / La Place du mort" :







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Zentral Flughafen
Tempelhofer Damm
U-Bahn : Platz der Luftbrücke

http://www.zentralflughafen-tempelhof.de/

The Tempelhof Airport (Flughafen Berlin-Tempelhof, in Deutsch) located in south-central district of Tempelhof-Schöneberg has closed all its operations on October 30, 2008, despite efforts by some demonstrators to prevent the closure.

Designated by the Department of Transportation on October 8, 1923, Tempelhof became the first airport in the world with a subway station created in 1927 called the Platz der Luftbrücke after the BERLIN blockade.
It has sometimes been cited as the oldest airport in the world.

Tempelhof was one of three airports in BERLIN, pre-emblematic of Europe during the Second World War - the others being London's Croydon Airport and Le Bourget in Paris. One of the most distinctive characteristics of the airport is its large canopy that was able to accommodate the most contemporary airliners in its heyday in the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s, thereby protecting passengers against weather.

The Fluhafen Berlin-Tempelhoff Airport gives rise to such scenes in the Episode # 28 (Season 3) : "Der Glückspilz / Appereances be can real / L'habit fait le moine" :





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NORTH-EAST CENTER
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Berlin Centre-Est




Centrum Judaicum
Oranienburger Straße 28-30

http://www.cjudaicum.de/en/contact
http://www.cjudaicum.de/

The Centrum Judaicum , both Museum and Information Center is located under the golden dome of the New Synagogue which was inaugurated in 1866.

The synagogue was built in Byzantine-Moorish style to become the largest synagogue in its time.

Able to accommodate over 3000 people, it was a bright and visible symbol of the flourishing Jewish community. True to the original function of the synagogue to serve both as places of worship and community center, the synagogue is today a foundation dedicated to documentation and archives of Jewish life in BERLIN, and preserving the memory of the community.

The 20th century has exercised its toll on the building. Attacked by thugs during the Nazi pogroms of 1938, largely destroyed by Allied bombs in 1943, it was subsequently demolished at the time of the GDR and only in 1995 that the synagogue was finally restored inaugurated.

The main focus is the permanent exhibition documenting the history of the synagogue and its role in the daily life of the Jewish community who lived and practiced there until the Second World War.

Highlights of the exhibition include fragments of architecture and much of the remaining stonework was consolidated by a glass and steel structure. The plan of the old building is still visible. Ornamental furniture from the original building, a Torah scroll and make an eternal flame alive the rich complexity and variety of life and Jewish culture in BERLIN until the Second World War.

The museum is closed on Saturdays and during Jewish holidays. The dome can be seen from April to September.

Guided tours are possible to visit the space behind the building restored and the former main hall of the synagogue of the 19th century.

To book guided tours, it's necessary to contact the Centrum Judaicum in advance. Guided tours for groups and special tours around the "Jewish life in the neighborhood surrounding the new synagogue" are possible.

Last admissions: thirty minutes before closing. Closed Saturdays and Jewish holidays.

The Centrum Judaicum is in the Episode # 37 (Season 3) : "Liebe geht durch den Magen" / The gazelle horns of Anatolia / Les cornes de gazelle d'anatolie".



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The Gazelle Horns of Anatolia (Oriental Cake)



To speak precisely of the Gazelle Horns of Anatolia, there is the recipe here (in english).

A video here, tells you how to prepare them.




This is certainly not the recipe of the OTTO's grandmother (lol) which is boiling the SANDRA and BIENE's buds (lol) because the OTTO's recipe is based on pistachios and almonds but these cakes here are a mass destruction weapon !!! (lol) :






Barolo Wine

As for the FELIX's Barolo "King of Wines, Wine of Kings", it's of course an italian wine (lol) from Piemont.

The main grape of the appellation is nebbiolo.

The barolos have many similarities with the classification and winemaking of Burgundy's wines.

They are normally derived from a single grape variety (100% nebbiolo) although some rumors suggest that small amounts of barbera is sometimes added (adding illegal in terms of designations "Michet", "Lampia" and "Rosè").

The appellations are the most famous Barolo (that is to say from the Barolo appellation area surrounding the village of Barolo), the Morra, Monforte d'Alba, Castiglione Falleto and Serralunga d'Alba.

The barolos aren't classified as "first" and "vintage" wines in the Burgundy way , but the notion of vintage is there. For example, two famous wines of Monforte d'Alba are "Sori Ginestra and Bussia".

The barolo is kept for 4 years in oak casks.

Here is one of the most compelling scenes of the Episode # 37 (Season 3) : "Liebe geht durch den Magen / The gazelle horns of Anatolia / Les cornes de gazelle d'anatolie" which puts with honor the Barolo.

When SANDRA began to cook for FELIX, she leaves the big game and an entire poem (lol) :






Bode Museum
The Island of Museums
U-Bahn : Hackescher Markt

The Bode-Museum is situated at the northern tip of the Island of museums , on the banks of the Spree. It's particularly situated near from the Pergamonmuseum and the Angela Merkel's flat. Guests enter through the Monbijoustraße Bridge. At the time of the two Germanies, the Bode-Museum was   like   all   the    Island   of   Museums, in EAST GERMANY (GDR).

The Bode-Museum was built from 1897 to 1904, by the Berlin architect Ernst Eberhard von Ihne. At his inauguration, in 1904, it called the Kaiser Friedrich Museum in honor of Frederick III of Prussia, died in 1888. He have ruled Germany for a few months, dying of a misdiagnosed larynx cancer. In accordance with the plans of Wilhelm von Bode, first curator of the museum, the Bode-Museum was from its inception, intended to receive the collections of various Christian eras.

During the Second World War (1939-1944), the building was badly damaged following the bombing suffered by BERLIN.

After refurbishment in successive years from 1948 to 1986, the Bode-Museum served as an exhibition in several collections.

It's only in 1956 that the museum officially took the name Bode-Museum, named according to its spiritual instigator, Wilhelm von Bode.

In 1999, UNESCO introduced the Museumsinsel (Island of Museums) at the World Heritage of Humanity. Five buildings were so concerned.
Thus, it is accompanied by the Altes Museum, Neues Museum, Alte Nationalgalerie and Pergamonmuseum, the Bode-Museum was awarded the title of "universal museum of the culture of humanity from its origins to our days". Consequently, from 1999 to 2005, the museum was in a complete renovation, according to very specific requirements in terms of heritage conservation. After spending 162 million euros, financed by the Federal Republic of Germany (Bundesrepublik Deutschland) to restore its original splendor and provide modern facilities (facilities for the disabled, facilities for conservation works ...), it's finally in October 2006, Bode-Museum has reopened its doors.

Today, pursuant to its original destination, the museum houses the new Art Collection Byzantine, the Collection of sculptures and the Room of medals.

The Bode-Museum is seen in many Edel & Starck"'s episodes.



Neues Museum
Bodestraße 1-3








Le Neues Museum (New Museum) is a one of national museum in BERLIN, on Museum Island.

It was built between 1843 and 1855, located to the north of the Altes Museum according to plans by the architect Friedrich August Stüler, a student of Karl Friedrich Schinkel.





On 16 October 2009, the museum opens again its doors after 70 ans of abandonment.

Since then, it exposes the Egyptian collections present at the Ägyptisches Museum.




Le Neues Museum is the place where SANDRA waits in the Hall of Columns before to go to the bowling with FELIX.

It gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 51 (Season 4) : "Das jüngste Gericht - Teil 1 / The doomsday - Part 1 / Le jugement dernier - Partie 1" :







Alte Nationalgalerie
The Island of Museums
U-Bahn : Hackescher Markt

The Alte Nationalgaleriewas founded in 1861, following the donation of 262 paintings by the banker Johann Heinrich Wagener. The collection was first presented at the Academy of Arts in BERLIN.

The collection includes works from Classicism and Romanticism (Caspar David Friedrich, Karl Friedrich Schinkel, and Karl Blechen), of the Biedermeier period, French Impressionism (Édouard Manet, Claude Monet) and, recently, the Twentieth century (Adolph von Menzel, Max Liebermann, Lovis Corinth).

The present building designed in 1865 by Friedrich August Stüler by a sketch of King Frederick-William IV of Prussia, in the form of a Roman temple with a portico of Corinthian columns, an apse attached. Construction took place over 1869 to 1876 under the direction of the architect Heinrich Strack. After suffering severe damage during air raids during the Second World War, it was partly reopened in 1949 and its reconstruction was completed in 1969. Between 1998 and 2001, the museum was renovated and additional rooms in loft were added.



Altes Museum
Bodestraße

The Altes Museum (Old Museum, in Deutsch) is one of the many museums of the Island of Museums. Since its restoration in 1966, it houses the , Collection of Ancient Works (Antikensammlung) of the des National Museums in BERLIN. IIt was called Royal Museum until 1845.

The Altes Museum was originally built to house the Art Collection of the royal family of Prussia. It also houses, since 1904, a collection of works from Greek and Roman Ancient. After restoration of 1966, it presented the contemporary art of the German Democratic Republic. The antique collection, recovered in 1998 from a temporary shelter located in Charlottenburg, is again present.



Berliner Dom
Bodestraße

The Berliner Dom is the historic cathedral in BERLIN located on the Island of Museums.

The Kaiser William II wanted for the Lutheran Church, a cathedral worthy of the importance of the imperial capital. He was then built on the site of an ancient cathedral of the Eighteenth century. The architect Julius Raschdorff was the main contractor. The cathedral is 114 meters long, 73 meters wide and 85 meters high. Its construction was between 1894 to 1905. The building is in the Italian High Renaissance style.

The central body is topped by an imposing dome, devoted to preaching. The south wing contains the chapel of baptisms and weddings, while the north wing houses the funeral Chapel. The Crypt meets nearly 95 coffins, which are based members of the Hohenzollern dynasty.

The Berliner Dom owns two organs, one is an impressive instrument of 4 keyboards and 113 games, built by the Sauer House in 1904.

The Alte Museum and the Berliner Dom give rise to these two magnificent scenes in the Episodes # 51 & # 52 (Season 4) : "Das jüngste Gericht - Teile 1 & 2 / The doomsday - Parts 1 & 2 / Le jugement dernier - Parties 1 & 2" :







The Armory (Zeughaus)
Unter den Linden 2



Built during the reign of Frederick I between 1695 and 1706,the Armory (ZEUGHAUS, in Deutsch) is a building in which four successive architects : Arnold Nering, Martin Grünberg, Jean de Bodt and Andreas Schlüter.



In Baroque style, the Armory is the oldest building of the Unter den Linden Avenue. On the main gate, four allegorical figures symbolizing Physics, Mechanics, Mathematics and Pyrotechnics. It's a work of the French Guillaume Hulot.


Andreas Schlüter is the author of the other decorations of the exterior and the 22 masks of dying warriors adorning the courtyard.

These masks express the ultimate battle of which war is the cause, while outside the Armory triumphantly shows the victory and its trophies.

Today, the Armory hosts the German Historical Museum (Deutsches Historisches Museum, DHM) which traces a fascinating journey through the centuries, with many documents and testimonies.



German Historical Museum (Deutsches Historisches Museum)
Unter den Linden 2

webadmin@dhm.de
http://www.dhm.de/

The German Historical Museum (Deutsches Historisches Museum, DHM) ) is a museum created in 1987 to WEST BERLIN by the Federal Republic of Germany and devoted to the history of Germany. This is one of the most visited museums in BERLIN.

It's located on the Unter den Linden Avenue (at the East), in the old armory which the architect I.M. Pei has added an exhibition building opened in 2003. The armory was until 1990 the seat of the Museum of German History (Museum für deutsche Geschichte), founded by the German Democratic Republic and which DHM has inherited collections.

It is produced in collaboration with the House of History of the Federal Republic of Germany an online encyclopedia of the history of Germany since 1871, called LeMO (Lebendiges virtuelles Museum Online), which has 30 000 articles and 165 000 pictures and multimedia documents.

The Deutsches Historisches Museum is in several "Edel & Starck"'s episodes.



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Alexanderplatz
U-Bahn : Alexanderplatz

The Alexanderplatz, the "Alex", as Berliners call it, is a major activity center of BERLIN.

The square is frequented daily by 300 000 people. It's named according to Alexander Ier.

This modest spot market on the outskirts of BERLIN at the end of the Seventeenth century, became in the early Twentieth century an enormous correspondence center combining subway, train and tram to the heart of one of the largest European cities.

It attracts large stores that make it a lively and prestigious square. The traffic generated requires an initial restructuring of the site, damaged during the Second World War. However, the partition of Germany is a showcase of socialist architecture of the period and the center of EAST BERLIN : it's covered with monumental buildings, and on the Alexanderplatz is the largest gathering above the fall of the Berlin Wall.

After the reunification of the two Germanies, plans are developed to cope with an architecture that has aged badly. The project, perhaps too ambitious from the start, runs over to today's budgetary problems and the slowdown of economic activity in BERLIN.



Fernsehturm (Television Tower)
Alexanderplatz

http://www.tv-turm.de/

The Fernsehturm in BERLIN is originally a tower transmitting television signals.

"Fernsehturm" is the German word that means the towers emit radio and television. it supports FM transmitters and TNT-TV.

With 368 meters , is the highest building in the city and a symbol of the former EAST BERLIN. At its foot on the Alexanderplatz, begin the broad avenues and flat buildings of the Soviet era. These buildings are disappearing fast since the fall of the Berlin Wall.

A panoramic restaurant is located atop the tower, guests have views over the city, since it rotates slowly on itself.

The Alexander Platz and especially the Fernsehturm are almost in all the "Edel & Starck"'s episodes.



Galeria Kaufhof
Alexanderplatz

http://www.galeria-kaufhof.de/


Galeria Kaufhof is a department store such as our Printemps (Spring) or Lafayette Gallery, where you can find anything.

Galeria Kaufhof is in several "Edel & Starck"'s episodes.



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SOUTH-EAST CENTER
(included in City Map)


Berlin Centre Sud-Est



Palace of the Republic (Palast der Republik)
Schloßplatz




The Palace of the Republic (Palast der Republik) was a building in downtown is the German capital in part of the ex-GDR (German Democratic Republic).

Opened in 1976, it was the seat of the Volkskammer (House of People) - the parliament of the GDR - and an important cultural and events place.

In 2002, the Bundestag voted for the destruction that began on February 27, 2006 and was completed on December 2, 2008.

After the Second World War, the BERLIN Castle was heavily damaged. Hated as a symbol of the kingdom of Prussia, the Communists of the Soviet sector were demolished in 1950.
After, the Schloßplatz remained empty for long. The place became a place of marches and military parades and a forum for propaganda.

While the government of Walter Ulbricht sought a symbol for the new nation, he erected Palace of the Republic inaugurated on April 26, 1976 after 32 months of work directed by the principal architect Heinz Graffunder with Karl-Ernst Swora, Wolf R. Eisentraut, Günter Kunert, Manfred Prasser and Heinz Aust.

The Palace of the Republic now is located on the Castle Square (Schloßplatz) - Square Marx-Engels (Marx-Engels-Platz) - on the Unter den Linden Avenue, almost opposite at the Lustgarten Garden and the Berliner Dom, near from Alexanderplatz, on the banks of the Spree. On the opposite side are the Karl Marx et Friedrich Engels's statues.



Rothes Rathaus / Berliner Rathaus
Rathaustraße
U-Bahn : Klosterstraße


The Town Hall of BERLIN, called Rotes Rathaus ("Red Town Hall"), is the seat of mayor and governor of the BERLIN Senate.

Its name comes from the fact that the building is constructed of red brick.

The Town Hall was built between 1861 and 1869, following an open international competition in 1858, and won by the architect Hermann Friedrich Wäsemann which inspired the style of the Italian Renaissance (especially that of northern Italy, and more particularly the cities of Ferrara and Bologna where he was made much use of red brick). The Belfry (top 74 meters), is inspired by the towers of Notre-Dame Cathedral of Laon (France).

The building was built on a spot traditionally occupied by buildings used to house municipal institutions in BERLIN.

The building is decorated by a frieze of stone that was added in 1879, depicting characters and scenes from the history of BERLIN, and illustrating the evolution of the city's economy and science. The sculptures found in the court representing the people of Berlin started in rebuilding the city, were added in 1958 and are the work of Fritz Kremer.

During the partition of town, the building was used as headquarters of the municipal Communist EAST BERLIN, while that of WEST BERLIN occupied the town hall of the district of Schöneberg (the Rathaus Schöneberg). Since the reunification of Germany in 1991, the building has regained its original purpose.



Neptune Fountain

The beautiful Fountain of Neptune (Neptunbrunnen) is located in the western part of Alexanderplatz, between the Fernsehturm, the  Rotes Rathaus, Marienkirche and the Marx-Engels-Forum.
It is one of the oldest and most beautiful fountains in BERLIN and is the allegory of German rivers.


The Rotes Rathaus and the Fontaine Neptune are in the Episode # 23 (Season 2) : "Wann ist ein Mann ein Mann ? / A real man / Un homme un vrai"



Nikolaikirche
Nikolaikplatz

Built in 1230, the Nikolaikirche is the oldest building in BERLIN. It stands now at the center of the historic district of Nikolaiviertel. Originally Romanesque church, it was built in honor of San Nicolas, the patron saint of merchants, because much of the first Berliners belonged to the corporation. The building was altered several times in 1380 to receive its Gothic choir 1480 its typical ships church hall.

During restoration in 1876 is built its double bell. Damaged during the Second World War it was restored in 1977, then in 1987 became an annex of Märkisches Museum.



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NORTH-EAST
(included in City Map)



Berlin Nord-Est



At the North of "ALEXANDERPLATZ"



Kulturbrauerei
Schönhauser Allee 36
U-Bahn : Eberwalder Straße

http://www.kulturbrauerei-berlin.de




A protean place 100% BERLIN where there are a nightclub, shopping, a theater, a concert hall, a restaurant, a bar, a cinema, offices, art installations and punctual events situated behind the interminable pregnant brick.

It's the institutionalized "Underground", in the heart of a neighborhood type of BERLIN.



Queso y Jamon
Schönhauser Allee 36/39
U-Bahn : Eberwalder Straße

http://www.kulturbrauerei-berlin.de




It's within Kulturbrauerei, that the Hasan Ali Mete (alias Otto ÖZDEMIR in "Edel & Starck")'s Bar called "Queso y Jamon" has taken up residence.



A very friendly and welcoming institution where popular tapas and excellents cocktails are fabulous wonders. The trapezoidal shape of the restaurant, the brick walls, which are nearly six feet high, vaulted ceilings are a sight to behold. With 34 tables and 14 meters along the bar, "Queso & Jamon" provides space for this and allows a capacity of 120 people.

During the hot summer nights, the terrace of 100 m² can accommodate approximately 100 additional visitors.



Maschinenhaus
Knaackstraße 97

http://www.kesselhaus-berlin.de/




Maschinenhaus is a tiny theater inside Kulturbrauerei.






Improtheater Paternoster

http://www.paternoster-berlin.de/






It's in this little theater that I had the immense joy of discovering on stage Barbara DEMMER (alias Patrizia RIEGER in "Edel & Starck", the SANDRA's best friend and roommate ;-).






Barbara belongs to a small troupe of improv "Improtheater Paternoster" and plays very regularly throughout the year in this small theater.





I don't speak a word of German their performance is absolutely excellent : we laughed, the audience participates and put their hearts in joy ... it's funny and magical !
(See here a short video - Thanks to Sarah)



Thank you very much for this person (who will recognize) for allowing me to meet with Barbara... it was a magical and very touching moment... time for a second I thought my small TV screen !

Barbara is a lovely person, very open and friendly with whom I had the chance to speak in English.




Mandala Buchhandlung
Husemannstraße 27


Mandala Buchhlandlung is the small library where SANDRA buy the CD "ALLSEINSEIN IST SCHÖN" " to feel less alone (lol) in the Episode # 21 (Season 2) : "Alleinsein ist schön / Living alone is wonderful / Vivre seul c'est merveilleux" :






The scaffolding with the private detective
Hagenauerstraße 10




The scaffolding where SANDRA and the private detective climb up, is located on Hagenauerstraße (district of Prenzlauer Berg) at the # 10.

The private detective parks at the # 11.





"VIV BioFrischeMarkt" Bio store
Schliemannstraße 48

This very beautiful white & red building (See 1st and 2nd screenshots below) located on Schliemannstraße on the opposite of Hagenauerstraße, houses / accomodates the "VIV BioFrischeMarkt" Bio store.


The Hagenauerstraße and the "VIV BioFrischeMarkt" Bio store give rise to these scenes in the Episode # 51 (Season 4) : "Das jüngste Gericht - Teil 1 / The doomsday - Part 1 / Le jugement dernier - Partie 1" :






1st "Edel & Starck" Chamber
Rykestraße 10



The FELIX & SANDRA's 1st Chamber is located on the Rykestraße # 10.

At the end of this street on the Knaackstraße, there is the Wasserturm (See below).

Many '"Edel & Starck"'s scenes in the first two seasons of the TV Serie were shooted there, especially in the Pilot Episode (Season 1) : "Partner wider Willen / Associates in spite of themselves / Associés malgré eux":





Saunabad
Rykestraße 10

Besides the FELIX & SANDRA's 1st Chamber, there is the Saunabad, place of the sauna and massage.

It's probably in this place that the one of the most hilarious scenes between OTTO / FELIX & SANDRA in the sauna (Episode # 49 (Season 4) : "Mit Haut und Haaren / Allergy / Allergie"), has been shooted ... I haven't been checked within (lol) :





Wasserturm
Knaackstraße 22



Wasserturm, this water tower 30 meters high, dominates the heart of Prenzlauer Berg, which is the unofficial symbol.





It's on one of the highlights of the neighbourhood, on this hill called "Windmühlenberg (butte aux moulins)", the windmills produced flour for the city of BERLIN.



This red brick building was built in 1855-1856 by an English builder and its massive tower high in 1874-1875 by Wilhelm Vollhering ; it was the first tank of running water to the country.

Later, the water tower was transformed into housing.

From February to June 1933 , the ground floor served as Wildes Konzentrationslager, a makeshift prison where the soldiers of the SA (Sturmabteilung / Section d'assaut) incarcerated and tortured communists opponents, in order to impose the national Socialism party in this "red" area.



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Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz
Linienstraße 227

info@volksbuehne-berlin.de
http://www.volksbuehne-berlin.de/

The Volksbühne Berlin (currently Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz) is a theater (das Volk means : the people, die Bühne : the stage, the theater).

Its creation was decided in 1890 during the general meeting of the association "Freie Volksbühne", movement from a party of the masses.

The "Neue Freie Volksbühne" separates from the association in 1892 to raise enough money to build its own building.

The present building, finished just before the First World War, is located on Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz. It was the joint headquarters of the Freie Volksbühne and the Neue Freie Volksbühne (later fulfilled). It has carried this name until May 17, 1933.

From 1947, it's checked by the FDGB and is called "Volksbühne". After the fall of the wall, its direction is entrusted to Frank Castorf which renames it.

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Volkspark Friedrichshain

The Friedrichshain Park has been designed according to Gustav Meyer's plans, a student of Lenné in the English gardens style in 1848.

In 1913, we added the famous Baroque fountain on which are engraved the characters from Grimm's fairy tales. Things didn't guess that this park was built on a mountain of rubble of war.

In winter, you can come down the slopes of snow by sledding and in summer you can listen to open-air concerts.



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SOUTH-EAST
(included in City Map)


Berlin Sud-Est



At the South of "ALEXANDERPLATZ"



AOK Berlin-Brandenburg (Headquarters)
Head Office of the German Health Insurance
Rungestraße 3–7

service@nordost.aok.de
http://www.aok.de/nordost





The Berlin-Brandenburg's Head Office of the German Health Insurance - AOK Berlin-Brandenburg (Allgemeine OrtsKrankenkasse für die Länder Berlin und Brandenburg, in Deutsch) is located on Rungestraße 3–7




at the southern end of Köllnischer Park in the district of Mitte.





Its six floors with the steel frame was designed by Albert Gottheiner for the Berlin AOK's Headquarters and was built between 1931 and 1933.

The complex consists of an elongated wing in the back, two wings flanking a large covered hall facing the main courtyard.

The western part of the building is constructed a little lower.




A building of eight central axles with a porch and stairway dominates the front of the street.

Scattered across the pillars of the building on the fifth floor, six terracotta figurines are on the pilasters.



The Berlin-Brandenburg's Head Office of the German Health Insurance - AOK Berlin-Brandenburg gives rise to this scene in the Episode # 5 (Season 1) : "Das Kuckucksei / Two Lawyers and a Moses basket / Deux avocats et un Couffin" (See screenshots below) & in the Episode # 16 (Season 2) : "Eine fast perfekte Ehe / An almost perfect Couple / Un Couple presque parfait" :






Tresor.Light Club (near from AOK)
Köpenicker Straße 70
U-Bahn : Henrich-Heine-Straße

http://tresorberlin.com/contact
http://tresorberlin.com



Celebrating is about music and dancing, dancing and dancing.

The drugs, alcohol and cigarettes are not necessary for it.





That is the idea of Tresor.Light Club, the clubbing for kids, which takes place once a month in Tresor.

Of course, no alcohol is sold and strictly monitored that no bottles or other things are smuggled in past the door. (Source : visitberlin.de).


It’s   in   this   Club   located   near        from AOK Berlin-Brandeburg Administration Centrale) and re-decorated for the occasion for "Edel & Starck" in showroom of paintings and sculptures that FELIX & SANDRA as a pseudo husband and wife (lol) go to the Beate Kattner's exhibition, a former classmate of SANDRA & PATRIZIA.


Also, we recognize very well the place in these 3 photos.


The Tresor.Light Club gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 16 (Season 2) "Eine fast perfekte Ehe / An almost perfect Couple / Un Couple presque parfait" :






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Jüdisches Museum (Jewish Museum)
Lindenstraße 9-14

info@jmberlin.de
fuehrungen@jmberlin.de
http://www.juedisches-museum-berlin.de

The Jewish Museum (Jüdisches Museum, in Deutsch), became too small, has been an architectural competition in 1989, to expand exhibition space dedicated to the Jewish department.

The striking building, located on the Lindenstraße, opened its doors in 1999 while its collections had not yet left the Martin Gropius Bau, where they were temporarily exposed.

The American architect Daniel Liebeskind was the winner of this contest. The building, while broken, and zigzag edges, evokes a broken Star of David. This monument, a pure product of deconstructionism, is a striking reminder of the Holocaust.

The exterior remains blind, even if the building has 280 windows, more considered as loopholes. It is impossible to detect the number of floors it has.

This feeling of unease wins in acute when we enter the interior space of the museum. Called "Between the lines", the interior is a strange arrangement of corridors and rooms, which leads the visitor a mixed feeling of dizziness and suffocation.

In the garden stands a monument to the Holocaust : a group of 49 columns, which disrupts the arrangement any reference of verticality.

The Jüdisches Museum houses a permanent exhibition, depicting the two millennia of the Jewish community in BERLIN and in Germany.

The funds consist of books and objects of worship (arches and scrolls of the Law), a series of historical documents and works of art (photography and graphic works).

The candlestick Hanoucah, master's work in BERLIN, Georg Wilhelm Margraff (1776), is regarded as a unit.

The discovery of the Jüdisches Museum in BERLIN wants to be an interesting exercise in memory, marking the visitor both in spirit and in flesh.



Friedenssäule
Mehringplatz

At the middle of the Mehringplatz stands the Friedenssäule, erected in 1843 by Christian Gottlieb Cantian, to celebrate the peace that resulted from the victory over Napoleon in 1815.

At a height of 19 meters, the Friedenssäule is surmounted by a bronze Victory performed by Christian Daniel Rauch.

Near the square, two marble allegories, added in 1870, represent Clio are writing the history of the Wars of Liberation, by Ferdinand Hartzer, and the Peace, by Albert Wolff.

Two concentric circles of buildings to shape the landscape. The tallest buildings (17 floors) form the outer circle, while buildings of modest size are the inner circle of the square.

The current configuration of the Mehringplatz dates back to 1975, when work started and finished in 1969.


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Admiral Brücke Bridge
Dieffenbachstraße 74

kontakt@admiralbruecke.de
http://www.admiralbruecke.de/




The "Admiral" Bridge was built in 1882 and is the oldest bridge in BERLIN.





It gives rise to one of the most charming "Edel & Starck"'s scenes in the Episode # 33 (Season 3) : "Knastbruder Felix / The new gang leader / Le nouveau caïd":







RIZZ Café
Grimmstraße 21

http://www.cafe-rizz.de/

The RIZZ Café is a very old bar in Kreuzberg, created around 1820.

Plenty of space between large tables spread over two floors, the works of contemporary artists on the walls and a discreet sound (reggae, world music...).

Customers are mostly of the neighborhood, the atmosphere is conducive to discussions in both the reading of newspapers or writing your next novel.


Three to four times a week, OTTO & FELIX find themselves in the evening in their favorite bar the "RIZZ" with their glass of beer.

This bar is a friendly place where they often play billiards and they tell their worries of everyday life !





Powwow Gastronomie GmbH
Dieffenbachstraße 11

info@powwow-berlin.de
http://www.powwow-berlin.de




The POWWOW gives rise to this beautiful scene in the Episode # 35 (Season 3) : "Die Narren sind los / Le Carnaval / The Carnival":


                         



The Bruno Ferrera (called "Don Bruno")'s House



The "Don Bruno"'s House is located next to the "MASANIELLO"'s italian restaurant on Hasenheide in the district of Kreuzberg and not very far from RIZZ Café.



Masaniello Restaurant
Hasenheide 20

luigiderosa1@alice-dsl.de
http://www.masaniello.de/

Created in 1979, the "MASANIELLO"'s italian restaurant offers traditional dishes and especially wood fire Neapolitan pizza.

A pizza is also the name of the restaurant (See 1st screenshot).




This is the entrance that FELIX takes to enter in the restaurant (See 2nd screenshot).

In this video here, also we recognize the fountain-statue (See 3rd screenshot) in the middle of the court





and especially the portrait of this man hanging on a wall inside the restaurant (See 4th  screenshot).



This restaurant gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 22 (Season 2) : "Ein Unmoralisches Angebot / Against Morality / Contre toute Morale" :





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Schokofabrik Pension (Tattoo)
Schinkestraße 8-9

schoko.fabrik@berliner-zimmer.de
http://www.berliner-zimmer.de




The SCHOKOFABRIK Pension isn't a chocolate factory as we might think at first ;-) but the name of a small hotel not far from the RIZZ Café. The entrance to this small guesthouse is located in a courtyard.









It's here that FELIX and the young woman go out after visiting the tattoo artist.






On the other hand, if we are observer, we can see quite clearly the name of the street Sprembergerstraße (See 2nd screenshot) which is perpendicular to the street Schinkestraße.

Schinkestraße with the two buildings (surrounded by a red circle in the photo) that we recognize well on the 2nd screenshot below.


The SCHOKOFABRIK Pension gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 27 (Season 3) : "Do It Yourself / Homme à tout faire" :






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The Otto's Bar


The futur OTTO's Bar which ultimately will never see the day (lol), was the "RATTENNEST"'s restaurant located on Gottlieb-Dunkel-Straße near from the  Gottlieb-Dunkel Brücke Bridge.



Rattennest Restaurant
Gottlieb-Dunkel-Straße


The "RATTENNEST"'s restaurant was demolished in October 2007.

This building built on a ground too unstable probably threatened to collapse because was located between Gottlieb-Dunkel Brücke Bridge and the slope of the Teltow Canal.

During the "Edel & Starck"'s shooting, the building with its blue facade entrance of the time (See 1st screenshot), was already abandoned.



Gottlieb-Dunkel Brücke Bridge
Gottlieb-Dunkel-Straße


The Gottlieb-Dunkel Brücke Bridge was built in  1980 and led to the A100 (previously A102, crossing the junction of Tempelhof) on the  Teltow Canal.

This bridge is named as the local and landowner Gottlieb Dunkel (1839 – 1907), who was from 1874 to 1887, one of the volunteer leaders of the rural community of Tempelhoff.

Below     the    highway     bridge    was    built     the    railway    bridge Neukölln-Mittenwalde.

These two places are visible in the Episode # 24 (Season 2) : "Der Berg ruft / Drunkenness tops / L'ivresse des sommets" :





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At the South of "VOLKSPARK FRIEDRICHSHAIN"



Schwebender Ring Fountain
Strausbergerplatz



Very beautiful fountain in the square Strausbergerplatz. It is in few '"Edel & Starck"'s episodes.






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EFK Kart und Eventcenter Berlin (Karting)
Koppenstraße 8

info@elektrokartbahn.de
http://www.elektrokartbahn.de/kontakt
http://www.elektrokartbahn.de


Notice to thrill seekers and fans (lol), this Karting is located at 5th Floor of the Kaufhof Galeria in the Koppenstraße. It gives rise to such scenes in the Episode # 32 (Season 3) : "Amor Lebt / The magic bed / Le lit magique":






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O2 World (Building site)
O2 Platz 1

http://www.o2world-berlin.en [EN]
http://www.o2world-berlin.de [DE]



At the time of the Edel & Starck's shooting, the building site where is SANDRA, was the future site of the multi-use indoor arena O2 World.




Most of the buildings that we see on the 2nd screenshot below were destroyed.
However, this one was spared, it's well recognized with its so special roof ! ;-) It's located on Marianne-von-Rantzau-Straße.

The first stone was laid on 13 september 2006. The indoor arena was built on the site of the old station of the freight Ostgüterbahnhof on the Mühlenstraße located in the district of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg and near the open-air gallery "East-Side Gallery".

It's part of an urban development project on the banks of the Spree.
In the surrounding area will be built cinemas, a casino, a hotel, restaurants and other facilities.

Today, fully completed, it's primarily used for ice hockey, basketball, concerts and other events.

The O2 World's building site gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 10 (Season 1) : "Hokus, Pokus, Exitus / Superstitions" :





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Oberbaumbrücke Bridge
Am Oberbaum
U-Bahn : Schlesisches Tor


The Oberbaumbrücke Bridge, built between 1894 and 1896, linking the districts of Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain, which runs between the River Spree.

Since November 9, 1994, date of completion of restoration work, this bridge is an important focus for the movement of traffic and the subway.

Between 1961 and 1989, this former border could be crossed by pedestrians.

A segment of wall background, decorated in 1990 by artists and called "East Side Gallery", has been retained in the north-west of this border post.
It's a historical monument.

On the shore Gröbenufer, south-west of Oberbaumbrücke Bridge, that caused the tragic drowning of Cetin Mert, on May 11, 1975. The boy aged 5 years had fallen from the dock in the Spree, a place where it "belonged" entirely to EAST BERLIN. Border guards in EAST GERMANY were then forbidden to passersby and firefighters in West-Germany to rescue the child.

On October 29, 1975, following this tragic drowning , the Senate of WEST BERLIN and the GDR authorities signed an agreement on relief measures in border waters.

The bridge is in numerous "Edel & Starck"'s episodes.



FELIX's Flat
Corner Gröbenufer and Pfuelstraße # 5







Located between the Oberbaumbrücke Bridge and Molecule Man, this building on the banks of the River Spree houses companies including TV Studios.






You can't imagine the happiness I had found this place ! In this Thursday, it rained "chords" and was just a small 8 ° degrees in BERLIN but my sense of direction has not failed and God certainly was with me that day !






An unprecedented chance, the door of the building was open which allowed me to do some "remember-pictures" !





This building gives rise to the FELIX's flat at 2nd Floor. The FELIX's flat is in numerous "Edel & Starck"'s episodes and especially in the Episode # 28 (Season 3) : "Der Glückspilz / Appereances be can real / L'habit fait le moine". A scene of dressing a little special ! (lol) :








Molecule Man

Molecule Man is a monumental work of art made on the River Spree, near from the Treptowers complex.

This aluminum sculpture of 45 tonnes to a height of 30 meters represents a group of three characters who symbolize the meeting of the three districts of Treptow, Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain. It's the work of the American sculptor Jonathan Borofsky and was inaugurated in 1999.


A copy is located in Los Angeles.

Molecule Man is in numerous "Edel & Starck's episodes and especially in the Episode # 23 (Season 2) : "Wann ist ein Mann ein Mann ? / A real man / Un homme un vrai".





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Treptower Park

The Treptower Park along the River Spree is 88,2 hectares.

Inspired by Lenné, it was built by Gustav Meyer between 1876 and 1888.

It laid out a playground and sports in the middle, which was a novelty at the time, shaped racetrack than 250 meters long and 100 meters wide.

The landscape Georg Pniower created a summer garden in 1957-1958 and later they installed a rose garden with over 250 000 roses and a fountain.

The cemetery of the Red Army built between 1946 and 1949 dominated by the monumental statue of the Soldier-Liberator (Cf. see below), in memory of 20 000 Soviet soldiers who fell at the Battle of BERLIN in April and May 1945, in center of the park is its main attraction.The park was located in EAST BERLIN at the time of the German Democratic Republic.

The banks of the River Spree along the park is also famous for its cafes, bars and taverns. The small Isle of Youth (Insel der Jugend) connected by a bridge built by prisoners of war in 1916, is also a popular spot for walkers.

There is also an astronomical observatory that was built in 1896 for the Industrial Exhibition in BERLIN.



The Soviet Memorial
Treptower Park

The Soviet Memorial in the Treptower Park is a monument and a military cemetery.

This memorial is dedicated to all the fighters of the Red Army who fell during the Second World War.

Erected in May 1949, it was built at the initiative of the Soviet Army and is the work of an architect and a sculptor Soviet.

The Soviet Memorial in the Treptower Park also houses the tomb of 4 800 Soviet soldiers, killed in recent days of fighting in BERLIN in May 1945. 740 000 soldiers of the Red Army were killed in action only in Germany between 1941 and 1945.



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The snack where Felix & Sandra eat their vegetarian steaks
Tuchollaplatz
S-Bahn : Nöldnerplatz






The snack where FELIX & SANDRA eat their vegetarian steaks is located on Tuchollplatz.






The store with its red facade and booth
Türrschmidstraße 22





The Store with its red facade and the booth are the place where SANDRA parks.





Einsenwaren Albrecht (hardware store)
Tuchollaplatz 4



We recognize the "Albrecht" hardware store (Eisenwaren - Werkzeuge - Hauwirtschaft, in Deutsch) with its sign.




Tuchollaplatz is in the Episode # 48 (Season 4) : "Liebespoker / Lover Poker / Poker Amoureux".





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SOUTH-EAST
(Outside City Map)


Berlin Sud-Est



Westernrestaurant (Country Music Restaurant)
"Richtershorn am See"
Sportpromenade 15

buero@richtershorn.de
http://www.richtershorn.de




The Westernrestaurant "Richtershorn am See" located at the South-East of BERLIN in the district of Grünau, is the Saloon where the Country Music party runs.

We recognize very well the place where FELIX parks when he arrives :




also the inside of the Saloon :




The Westernrestaurant "Richtershorn am See" gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 38 (Season 3) : "Anwälte der Prärie / Country Fans / Fans de Country" :







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ARROW ACCESS





Berlin Commuter belt (Brandenburg Land)






SOUTH-WEST METROPOLITAN AREA



POTSDAM City

tourismus-service@potsdam.de
http://www.potsdam.de/



POTSDAM, capital of Brandenburg Land located in the suburbs South-West of BERLIN, near from the Havel river is a symbol of Prussian militarism.
The city, after the severe bombing of the last war, has been an overhaul of the Soviet era. It has 150 000 inhabitants.

POTSDAM was probably founded in the Tenth century, the town was mentioned for the first time in 993. The village remained small and unimportant until it was chosen as residence by Frederick-William I in 1660.
The city has also been adopted as a residence by the royal family of Prussia. The most prestigious of its buildings were erected during the reign of Frederick the Great.

The Sanssouci Palace is its most famous landmark. While BERLIN was the official capital of Prussia and later the German Empire, the Court remained in POTSDAM. The city lost its status as the second capital in 1918, at the end of World War I and Kaiser William II abdicated.

It's in POTSDAM took place March 21, 1933 the first staging of the Nazi Propaganda by Joseph Goebbels, known as the Day of Potsdam.

In April 1945, POTSDAM knows a terrible British bombardment that destroyed much of its historic center and the national archives domiciled in POTSDAM, both without military value. The victorious allies of the Reich held a conference in the Cecilienhof Castle, which eventually led to the POTSDAM Agreements, thereby sealing the transfer of Prussia to Poland and to U.S.S.R. The GDR government destroyed many of the symbols of Prussian militarism, many historic buildings were razed.

POTSDAM was at the border of the western part of BERLIN and subsequently the town was cut off from the mainland. After reunification, POTSDAM became the new capital of Brandenburg Land.


Sanssouci Palace (Schloss Sanssouci) in POTSDAM

http://www.insecula.com/palaissansouci




The Sanssouci Palace (Schloss Sanssouci, in Deutsch) is the old summer palace of the Prussian king Frederick the Great. It's located in the Brandenburg Land near from the town of POTSDAM, , twenty-six miles south-west of BERLIN.
Sanssouci is often counted among the German rivals of Versailles Castle, though the palace has been achieved in a more intimate Rococo style and is also much smaller than its French counterpart. The palace of Frederick is known for the numerous temples and other extravagances of Sanssouci Park, adjacent to the building.

Directed by Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff between 1745 and 1747, Sanssouci addressed the Frederick need had a private residence in which to relax away from the solemnity of the Berlin court. The "palace" for this reason, in fact more akin to a large villa and its real equivalent in France is the Marly Castle. The king met his family - he received VOLTAIRE - and the conversation was in French only, for meals in small numbers, the tobacconist, or private daily concerts where the king was often on the flute. The building of ten rooms spread over one level, atop a hill terraces and central park. The personal tastes of the king had such an influence on the design and decoration of the palace that is sometimes referred to "Rococo Frederician". Frederick himself considered the place so tied to his own person he saw as "a place that would die with him".

In the Nineteenth century, the  palace  became  the  residence  of King Frederick-William IV. He hired the architect Ludwig Persius to enlarge the building, while Ferdinand von Arnim. After the Second World War, the palace became a tourist attraction in the German Democratic Republic. The East German government, sensitive to the historical value of the site, made the choice to keep the state and maintain. After German reunification, the last will of Frederick the Great could finally be completed, his body returned so loved this place and found a new grave.

Sanssouci and its extensive gardens were World Heritage by UNESCO in 1903. The Imperial Palace Area of BERLIN are now visited by more than two million people every year.


Church of Peace (Friedenskirche) in POTSDAM
Am grünen Gitter 1, im Park Sanssouci

http://www.evkirchepotsdam.de/friedenskirche


The Protestant Church of Peace (Friedenskirche, in Deutsch) is located in Marly Gardens, in the park of Sanssouci Palace.

The church was built according to the wishes and with the close involvement of the artistically gifted Kind Frederick-William IV, and designed by the Court architect Ludwig Persius.

After the death of Persius in 1845, the architect Friedrich Août Stüler was instructed to continue his work. The construction was also directed by Ferdinand von Arnim and Ludwig Ferdinand Hesse. After the first stone was laid April 14, 1845, the dedication of the sacred edifice was held September 24, 1848. The construction lasted until 1854. The structure seems to an Italian monastery.




This so beautiful church gives rise to many "Edel & Starck"'s scenes :




- Season 1 - Episode # 2 : "Mann am Steuer - ungerheuer ! / Man at the wheel / Homme au volant" :





- Season 2 - Episode # 19 : "Mord ist sein Hobby / God only knows / Dieu seul le sait" :





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LINDSTEDT Castle in POTSDAM
Lindstedter Chaussee
Near Neues Palais & Park Sanssouci

a.lachowicz@spsg.de
http://www.spsg.de/index.php?id=3457





The Lindstedt Castle (Schloss Lindstedt, in Deutsch) is a small neoclassical castle located in POTSDAM, next to BERLIN in the Brandenburg Land.

It was built in 1858-1860 in the reign of Frederick-William IV.



On this black and write picture, we recognize very well the Lindstedt Castle which gives rise to these scenes in the Episode # 8 (Season 1) : "Mantel des Schweigens / The cloak of silence / Le manteau du silence" :






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MARQUARDT Castle (City of POTSDAM)
Hauptstraße 14, 14476 Marquardt

http://www.schloss-marquardt.de [DE]
http://www.schloss-marquardt.com [EN]


The Marquardt Castle (Schloss Marquardt, in Deutsch) is a baroque castle located in MARQUARDT (City of POTSDAM) next to BERLIN.

The Schorin field (former name of Marquardt) is mentioned in 1313 as a fishing village on the shores of Schwänitz Lake.


The castle is now empty, but furnished in part. It can be rented for receptions or ceremonies. It often serves as a backdrop for film shoots.

It gives rise to these scenes of the Episode # 44 (Season 4) : "Adel verpflichtet / Kind Hearts and Coronets / Noblesse Oblige":







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At the South-West of "POTSDAM"



CAPUTH - GELTOW City

http://www.caputh.de/


Berlin Nord-Ouest


CAPTUH-GELTOW is a village in the municipality of SCHWIELOWSEE located at the Southwest of BERLIN in the district of POSTDAM MITTELMARK in the Brandenburg Land.



"TUSSY II" boat and floating Restaurant
Bahnhof Caputh-Geltow

http://www.caputh-info.de/
http://www.caputher-touristencenter.de/
http://www.faehrhaus-caputh.de/







"Tussy II" is the little boat that takes you into a small restaurant built over water.






This little paradise gives rise to beautiful scenes in the Episode # 46 (Season 4) : "Ehre und Anstand / Case of Conscience / Cas de conscience" :













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SOUTH-CENTER METROPOLITAN AREA



BLANKENFELDE-MAHLOW City

verwaltung@blankenfelde-mahlow.de
http://www.blankenfelde-mahlow.de/


Blankenfelde


BLANKENFELDE-MAHLOW is a town located at the South Center of BERLIN in the district of TELTOW-FLÄMING in the Brandenburg Land. It adjoins the berliner district called Lichtenrade.



"Zur Eiche" Pension
Dorfstraße 25
15827 Blankenfelde

Eiche-Blankenfelde@gmx.de
http://www.eiche-blankenfelde.de/


"Zur Eiche" Pension (Gasthaus "Zur Eiche", in Deutsch) is a nice pension located in BLANKENFELDE-MAHLOW.

It's the place where FELIX & SANDRA stay a week-end to celebrate the THEO & ROSI's (the SANDRA's cousin) wedding - (THILO & GUNDI in the german version).




This nice pension gives rise to these beautiful scenes in the Episode # 34 (Season 3) : "Eine Landpartie / A Landparty / Une Partie de Campagne" :









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Outside Berlin



Trier - Trèves



TRIER City



The Black Gate

The Black Gate (Porta Nigra) dating from the Second century is the emblem of Trier.

The construction of the Roman city gate was made of large stones of white sandstone assembled only by iron hooks. It served from the Eleventh to Eighteenth centuries double church San-Simeon, which remains only the Romanesque apse.

One of the hotels in the Black Gate (Porta Nigra) gives rise to "Edel & Starck"'s scenes and especially in the Episode # 43 (Season 4) : "Schlaflos in Trier / Room with a View / Chambre avec vue".




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The "Edel & Starck"'s favorite objects







The SANDRA's "Rabbit" Slippers


If you want to get the SANDRA's "Rabbit" Slippers (lol), you must wait for my next trip to BERLIN (lol).

I promise you that if I find them, I give you the address (lol).





The SANDRA's cars

http://www.mazda.de/mx-5/roadster_coupe [DE]
http://www.mazda.co.uk/mx-5_roadster [EN]




The two SANDRA's cars are "Mazda MX5" (Japanese automotive manufacturer).



Her first car is a grey-light Mazda MX5 Roadster (two car seats and convertible) from the 1st generation - Version NA 1.6 L 115 cu, dating from 1989 à 1997.




It's visible in the two first episodes of the "Edel & Starck" TV Serie : "Partner wider Willen / Associates in spite of themselves / Associés malgré eux" & "Mann am Steuer - ungerheuer ! / Man at the wheel / Homme au volant" (Season 1) :



After the FELIX's total fiasco to repair the right wing of this first car (lol), SANDRA logically changes for a dark blue convertible Mazda MX5 Roadster , from the 2nd generation - Version NB 1.6 L 110 cu from 1998 to 2005.



We really recognize on the three pictures, the SANDRA's car and especially the rims (Autofelge, in Deutsch) of the tires (Autoreifen, in Deutsch), the rear (Heck, in Deutsch) and the shape of the headlamps (Fahrzeugscheinwerfer, in Deutsch) :



It's visible from the Episode # 5 (Season 1) : "Das Kuckucksei / Two lawyers and a basket / Deux avocats et un couffin" :






The FELIX's car

http://www.saab.de/9-3convertible (Convertible Saab New Generation) [DE]
http://www.saab.co.uk/9-3convertible (Convertible Saab New Generation) [EN]





The FELIX’s car is a black convertible Saab 900 II (Swedish automotive manufacturer) from the 2nd generation - Version SE 2.5iV6, dating from 1994 à 1998.





We really recognize on the three pictures above the FELIX's car and especially the front, the interior and the rims of the tires.

It's visible from in the Pilot Episode (Season 1) : "Partner wider Willen / Associates in spite of themselves / Associés malgré eux" :






The 1st FELIX’s Mobile Phone

http://www.Sony/CMD-Z1PLUS [EN]



The 1st FELIX's Mobile Phone (Mobiltelephone, in Deutsch) is an antique (lol), it's a Sony CMD-Z1 PLUS (GSM 900) dating from 1997 and to see the state of his Mobile it’s lived very well (mdrrrr).



It's visible in the Pilot Episode (Season 1) : "Partner wider Willen / Associates in spite of themselves / Associés malgré eux" :






The SANDRA's "MICHELANGELO" Book


The SANDRA's "MICHELANGELO" Book is called :

"Meister der Europäischen Kunst : Michelangelo", written by Gabriele Bartz and Eberhard König.

It's available in Deutsch here / hier.


It's visible in the Episode # 14 (Season 2) : "Muffel und Männer / Mornings sorrows / Matins chagrins" :






The BIENE's spiritual guide


The BIENE's spiritual guide is called :

"Lebe reich. Ein spiritueller Wegweiser durch das Jahr", written by David Stuart Alexander.

It's available in Deutsch hier and in English here (€) or here (£) with a different cover and the title :

"Spiritual Abundance : Meditations and Affirmations on Properity for Every Day of the Year".


It's visible in the Episode # 16 (Season 2) "Eine fast perfekte Ehe / An almost perfect Couple / Un Couple presque parfait" :






The SANDRA's "YPS" Magazine

http://www.yps.de/ (Official Website)
http://www.ypsfanpage.de (A very complete Fan Website)


"YPS" [DE] was a German comic book for youth which ran for over 1,000 issues from 1975 to 2000. In 2005 and 2006, several prototype issues were published, but the series was not revived.

"YPS" is loosely based on the similar French comic book "PIF GADGET" [EN], created in 1969.

As "PIF GADGET", "YPS" was highly popular due to the toy ("gimmick", in Deutsch) with every issue.


I found ;-), the SANDRA's "YPS" # 198 with the details :





which she finds in her box of childhood memories and is holding in the Episode # 23 (Season 2) : "Wann ist ein Mann ein Mann ? / A real man / Un homme un vrai"






The FELIX's "WINNETOU" Book


"WINNETOU" [DE] [EN] a fictional Native American hero written by the german novelist Karl May (1842 - 1912).

With about 200 copies worldwide , Karl May is one of the best selling german writers of all time, in german language.

The title of the FELIX's "WINNETOU" Book is called : "Winnetou II. Gesammelte Werke 08".

It's only availabe in Deutsch hier [DE] & here [EN].

FELIX who has never read this book, finds it still packed, in his box of childhood memories in the Episode # 23 (Season 2) : "Wann ist ein Mann ein Mann ? / A real man / Un homme un vrai"






The BIENE's esoteric book "Hexenzauber für den Hausgebrauch"



The esoteric book on white magic that like particularly BIENE, is called "Hexenzauber für den Hausgebrauch" ("Magic household" : Magic, tips for health, happiness and for the money (lol), is available here.

When BIENE & SANDRA do white magic to free FELIX, in love with his cliente, in the Episode # 31 (Season 3) : "Die Hexen von Berlin / Bewitchment / Envoûtement", it wreaks havoc (lol) :












Acknowledgments



"To all those people who pass through our lives and who build us"

Laetitia



Thank you to Hasan Ali Mete and his wife Elena for their warm welcome and sympathy.

To these wonderful evenings in July, talking and laughing around a cocktail glass.

Hope to see you very soon.


Thank you to Barbara Demmer for our beautiful meeting.

You see on stage was a wonder and a joy.

Thank you for your availability, your spontaneity and your kindness.

Thank you for this unforgettable moment forever etched in my heart.

Hope to see you again one day, here or elsewhere... somewhere...




Thank you to the "Improtheater Paternoster" troupe for their kindness and hospitality.

Thank you from my heart, for allowing me to meet with Barbara... an unforgettable moment that I will never forget...





Thank you to Marc Terjung, author of the "Edel & Starck" TV Serie who has put divinely value all these beautiful places of BERLIN... You love this city and it shows !

For all your little winks to France, although our expressions from us (lol) : "there is only the truth hurts (lol)" or our "coq au vin" and "Yves Saint-Laurent", with the German accent in the original version is just too "cute" ;-)





             Thank you to Rebecca Immanuel
                 & Christoph& M. Ohrt,



           Isabel Tuengerthal & Luc Feit,

the other actors of "Edel & Starck" for giving us so much pleasure during the 4 seasons ... We want more !

Hope to meet you all one day.

See you somewhere...


Thank you to Sandra... ouppss Sarah (mdrrrr), my Austrian friend.

Without this wonderful TV Serie, as "Edel & Starck", undoubtedly, both, we'd never met ... but magic of the Internet when you're there, you do miracles !

I like our endless discussions to remake the world...

Thank you for your hospitality in BERLIN, for your advice and your help to visit this majestic and beautiful city where I always look forward to returning.



In BERLIN, I definitely feel like home !


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