Prenzlauer Berg

In the Prenzlauer Berg area of Berlin, many residential buildings from the German Empire period have been preserved. Today "Prenzlberg", with its countless restaurants, cafés, beer gardens and its many galleries, is immensely popular.

1 Schönhauser Allee
2 U-Bahnhof Eberswalder Straße
3 Kulturbrauerei
4 Jewish Cemetery Schönhauser Allee
The cemetery was founded in 1827. Before it was closed, approximately 22,500 burials took place here.
5 Kollwitzplatz
The square was named after artist and sculptor Käthe Kollwitz. Today it is famous for its attractive restaurants und cafés.
6 Senefelderplatz
The square was named after Alois Senefelder, the inventor of lithography.
7 Pfefferberg
In the year 1841 the brewer master Pfeffer founded the brewery "Pfefferberg" which included a beer garden. The brewery was constantly extended until 1914.
8 The protestant Segenskirche (Church of Blessing) was built in 1908.