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With a number of bars and nightclubs all within a small area, including Porgy and Bess, a modern jazz club on the site of a mid-nineteenth century cabaret venue, there's infinite potential to hop from bar to bar before a short walk to any of the nearby U-Bahn stops to get you safely home.
Eye-catching colours Impressive mural art work at U-Bahn railway station at Bismark Strasse was showcased by Sandra's image
The lines of the U-Bahn branch off like capillaries, and Doblin's novel, a similarly divergent architecture, lends itself to offshoot and interlude.
Later in January, a 20-year-old woman was (http://www.thelocal.de/20160121/berlin-u-bahn-killer-had-history-of-violence) pushed in front of Berlin's U-Bahn commuter system and died .
Amidst the flurry of advertising deadlines, Toufic still managed to indulge his passion for photography, at one point taking a year off to travel and photograph the world, and even publishing a photographic book of Berlin's U-Bahn in May 2007.
BVG, Berlin's main public transport company, moves over 900 million customers per year with its U-Bahn underground railway, tram, bus and ferry networks.
If you miss the next U-Bahn, so be it: another will come along.
You can get around easily on the U-bahn - an inexpensive underground railway.
Foster's exterior of aluminium-copper alloy, a contemporary rendition of the original villa's yellow-orange hue, is extended into the immediate urban context by a series of 10 illuminated golden stelae on the museum plaza created by Dan Flavin in 1994 to forge a connection between the Lenbachhaus and the Kunstbau, a large underground exhibition space that opened in a disused tunnel above the adjacent U-Bahn station that year.
The U-Bahn is the biggest underground system in Germany.
Thanks to our perfectly placed hostel, Plus Berlin, right by the main Warschauer Strasse U-Bahn (underground) and S-Bahn (suburban) stations, we could get to anywhere we wanted to go in the city with day tickets costing about six euros.
- Grab a snack and coffee in one of dozens of cafes in the Naschmarkt, an open-air market stretching between the Karlsplatz and Kettenbrueckengasse U-bahn stations.