Called “a totem of G.D.R. retro chic” is Ampelman, the preserved German traffic light figure that still presides over former East Berlin street corners, pictured here at the intersection of Friedrichstrasse and Unter den Linden.
In the west, on the Ku’damm, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, built in the 1890s, damaged during WWII, and left as is as a reminder.
Down the street outside the Zoo Palast, once the premiere theater of the Berlinale, now site of many Panorama section screenings.
Inside the KaDeWe department store’s food section.
In Friedrichshain, the Lee Harvey Oswald Bar where monitors behind the bar features a videotape on a loop replaying footage of Oswald’s most famous moment on TV, his being escorted and ultimately shot by Jack Ruby.
Inside the U-bahn station at Alexanderplatz.
Inside the CinemaxX multiplex in Potsdamer Platz.