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With Bird Office, find a meeting room, a conference room, or a seminar room in the Berlin area. Berlin is the capital of Germany. With its 3.5 million inhabitants, Berlin is the country’s largest city. Berlin is a city rich in culture and history. Berlin boasts 166 museums, 142 libraries and 60 theatres. Berlin was successively the capital of the Kingdom of Prussia (1701 - 1871), the German Empire (1871-1918), the Weimar Republic (1919-1933) and the Third Reich (1933-1945). From 1945 to 1989, the period preceding the fall of the Berlin Wall, the city was separated into four occupation zones. During the Cold war, West Berlin was a forward-thinking “free world bastion" in the middle of the communist bloc, and East Berlin was the capital of the German Democratic Republic. After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1990, the city was reunified and became the capital of Germany. Berlin is a historically recognized city, its numerous rivers, canals, parks and lakes make it a very pleasant city to live it. The city is rich in architecture, its merger with several smaller towns around a common core means there are many different things to see and do in Berlin.
The cultural development of Berlin has strongly been influenced by alternative artists occupying once deserted buildings. The City of Berlin has a rich and very diverse cultural life. There are many shows and exhibitions held each year. Berlin’s budget for culture is close to a billion Euros; Berlin is a leader on an international level. The reputation enjoyed by Berlin in terms of music can be explained by its world famous night clubs as well as large number of artists living and working in the city. Berlin has a strong potential for tourism. It is Germany’s most important tourist city, even in front of Munich. Berlin has much to offer, especially all the musical and artistic movements staged in the city. Berlin is a Mecca for alternative artists. Berlin is also the city where Christopher Street Day is organized, the largest Gay Pride parade in Central Europe. Berlin is a city where moving around is made very simple, it has a network of urban trains, an underground train network, as well as a bus network. Berlin can be easily reached by motorway, train and its airport. Berlin hosted the Football World Cup in 2006.
Bird Office is committed to helping you find meeting rooms, conference rooms, seminar rooms, not forgetting training rooms to suit your needs in this culturally rich city.