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A Taste of Turkish Berlin

I always arrive in Berlin, Germany with a craving for kebab. The city — boasting one of the world’s largest Turkish populations outside of Turkey — is known for its unique version of döner. I set out to explore two neighborhoods, Neukölln and Kreuzberg, both known for their Turkish communities, cheap multicultural cuisine and lately, gentrification – an influx of students, hipsters, …

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A Foodie Haven at Berlin’s Best Flea Market

Berlin’s Mauerpark springs to life every Sunday with one of the city’s biggest, trendiest flea markets. Flohmarkt am Mauerpark sprawls for more than one kilometer alongside the park on Bernauer Straße. Packed crowds of locals, tourists and hipsters pour through the market, sifting through vintage wares, hoping to score a one-of-a-kind memento. Anyone can sell anything; stall space can be reserved …

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