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A walk in Neukölln, Berlin

January 14, 2012

Photo diary from Thursday 12th January 2012, taken very much under grey skies. Julia showed me around her kiez – along busy roads crammed with second hand electronics stores, internet cafes and takeaways – through the old Rixdorf village long subsumed by the city, and across some patches of green, either sculpted on the whim of industrialists or built upon the rubble of Second World War bombing raids. More photographs after the jump, and keep an eye out for a more detailed report on Slow Travel Berlin at some point in the future…

Words and Pictures: Paul Scraton
Navigation and Local Guide: Julia Stone

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