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Pariser Platz
Berlin, Germany 10117


City Near Berlin – the place to be

Business Development Germany
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Potsdamer Str. 141
Berlin, 10783

64 00 90 80

We bring your business on the German market – contact us today!

Team Vemma Germany
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Vemma Office
Berlin, 12345

9492097111

Stargate Germany GmbH
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Genthiner Straße 8
Berlin, 10785

+49 30 25798981

Stargate Germany ist unabhängiger Dienstleister im Verbund der weltweit agierenden Unternehmensgruppe Stargate Studios, dem mehrfach ausgezeichneten Spezialisten für virtuelle Produktionen und visuelle Effekte. Neben dem Hauptsitzt in Los Angeles unterhält das Unternehmen weitere Niederlassungen in Vancouver, Toronto und Malta und bietet seinen Kunden ein weltweites Netzwerk aus über 200 VFX-Artists und Supervisors. In Deutschland ist das Unternehmen in Potsdam-Babelsberg ansässig und wurde im Februar 2012 in Kooperation mit GrundyUFA aufgebaut. Jedes Stargate Studio im weltweiten Unternehmensverbund arbeitet auf Basis einer eigens entwickelten und markenrechtlich geschützten Plattform, dem sogenannten „Visual Operating System“. Es ermöglicht Mitarbeitern und Kunden von jedem Ort der Welt aus jederzeit miteinander in Verbindung zu treten und gemeinsam oder auch unabhängig voneinander an Projekten zu arbeiten. Dieses einzigartige Netzwerk erlaubt es Stargate und seinen Partnern laufende Projekte 24 Stunden pro Tag effizient weiterzuentwickeln, um somit in kürzester Zeit ein hochqualitatives Ergebnis zu erhalten. Stargate Studios bietet umfassende Produktionsdienstleistungen von der konzeptionellen Entwicklung bis zur Postproduktion auf dem Gebiet der visuellen Effekte für Film, Fernsehen, Onlineproduktion und Werbung. 1989 von Kameramann und Visual-Effects-Supervisor Sam Nicholson gegründet, hat Stargate Studios in über 20 Jahren am Markt selbst eine Vielzahl an Produktionstools entwickelt, unter anderem: • Live Action Film und HD Production, • Virtual Backlot, • VB Live (Real Time Compositing), • CGI, • Digital Compositing, • Matte Painting • On-line HD Editing Services. Das Virtual Backlot-Verfahren, unter Verwendung von VB Live, ist eine der besten, kostengünstigen Alternativen zum klassischen Außendreh: Einmal produziert lässt sich das Material in vollem Umfang als Spielumgebung nutzen – vom e-shot bis zur turbulenten Kamerafahrt. Denn das Bildmaterial dient als 360° bespielbare und bewegungsflexible Umgebung. Die “Virtual Backlot-Bibliothek” beinhaltet bereits hunderte von fotorealistischen virtuellen Umgebungen aus den wichtigsten Städten und Regionen rund um den Globus und wird stetig erweitert. In den vergangenen Jahren hat Stargate in erster Linie Kunden aus dem Bereich der Film-, TV- und Werbebranche betreut und unterstützt. Große Projekte waren unter anderem die internationale erfolgreichen Serienproduktionen „24“, „Grey’s Anatomy“ und „The Walking Dead“.

Vive Berlin Brasil
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Potsdamer Platz 10
Berlin, 10963

+49(0)30-60 94 0925

Vive Berlin é uma cooperativa oficialmente registrada alemã, que fornece rotas turísticas em Berlim e nos arredores em 7 línguas diferentes. A cooperativa é composta por mais de 20 profissionais que trabalham no âmbito turístico. Fundada em Berlim 2009, ela oferece serviços desde 2010 e atualmente tem um volume de clientes perto de 22.000 por ano, passando por um forte crescimento. Dispomos de um pool de 40 guias profissionais e contamos com uma ampla rede de especialistas em diversos temas. Sendo uma cooperativa onde aqueles que aqui trabalham são membros e proprietários da empresa, isso garante uma motivação alta em relação aos nossos clientes e uma dedicação máxima ao produto oferecido. Vive Berlin foi premiada com um Certificado de Excelência. Os viajantes que passaram por nossa empresa foram agradavelmente surpreendidos com a qualidade oferecida e nos deram a classificação de "Excelente" em suas opiniões no TripAdvisor!

Vive Berlin Brasil
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Potsdamer Platz 10
Berlin, 10963

+49(0)30-60 94 0925

Vive Berlin é uma cooperativa oficialmente registrada alemã, que fornece rotas turísticas em Berlim e nos arredores em 7 línguas diferentes. A cooperativa é composta por mais de 20 profissionais que trabalham no âmbito turístico. Fundada em Berlim 2009, ela oferece serviços desde 2010 e atualmente tem um volume de clientes perto de 22.000 por ano, passando por um forte crescimento. Dispomos de um pool de 40 guias profissionais e contamos com uma ampla rede de especialistas em diversos temas. Sendo uma cooperativa onde aqueles que aqui trabalham são membros e proprietários da empresa, isso garante uma motivação alta em relação aos nossos clientes e uma dedicação máxima ao produto oferecido. Vive Berlin foi premiada com um Certificado de Excelência. Os viajantes que passaram por nossa empresa foram agradavelmente surpreendidos com a qualidade oferecida e nos deram a classificação de "Excelente" em suas opiniões no TripAdvisor!

Berlin Attractions
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Leipziger Platz 9
Berlin, 10117

+4930206201910

Amazon Development Center Germany
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Krausenstr. 38
Berlin, 10117

Online shopping from the earth's biggest selection of books, magazines, music, DVDs, videos, electronics, computers, software, apparel & accessories, shoes, jewelry, tools & hardware, housewares, furniture, sporting goods, beauty & personal care, gourmet food & just about anything else.

Amazon Development Center Germany
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Krausenstr. 38
Berlin, 10117

Online shopping from the earth's biggest selection of books, magazines, music, DVDs, videos, electronics, computers, software, apparel & accessories, shoes, jewelry, tools & hardware, housewares, furniture, sporting goods, beauty & personal care, gourmet food & just about anything else.

Job in Germany
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Leipziger Straße 90
Berlin, 10115

Cityhostel Berlin
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Glinkastr. 5-7
Berlin, 10117

030238866850

Jugend Hotel / Hostel http://www.cityhostel-berlin.com - DEIN Hostel in Berlin!

Niedersächsische Landesvertretung
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
In den Ministergärten 10
Berlin, 10117

Berlin
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Pariser Strasse 58
Berlin,

Brandenburger Tor, Berlin, Germany
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Pariser Platz
Berlin, 10117

Das Brandenburger Tor in Berlin Mitte Website: www.brandenburg-gate.de Impressum: www.brandenburg-gate.de/impressum Email: [email protected]

Bundestag
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Platz der Republik 1
Berlin, 11011

+49 (0)30 227 0

Der Deutsche Bundestag ist das Parlament und somit gesetzgebendes Organ der Bundesrepublik Deutschland mit Sitz im Reichstagsgebäude in Berlin. Er befindet sich im Ortsteil Tiergarten des Bezirks Mitte. Der Bundestag wird im politischen System Deutschlands als einziges Verfassungsorgan des Bundes direkt vom Staatsvolk, den Staatsbürgern, gewählt gemäß Abs. 2 Satz 2 GG i. V. m. GG. Die gesetzliche Anzahl seiner Mitglieder beträgt 598 nach Abs. 1 Satz 1 BWahlG. Die tatsächliche Mitgliedszahl ist aufgrund von Überhang- und Ausgleichsmandaten höher. Im aktuellen 18. Deutschen Bundestag bestehen 4 Überhang- und 29 Ausgleichsmandate, insgesamt 631 Mandate, jedoch ist ein Sitz unbesetzt.Eine Legislaturperiode des Bundestags dauert grundsätzlich vier Jahre. Die Mitglieder des Deutschen Bundestages können sich zu Fraktionen oder Gruppen zusammenschließen und genießen damit einen besonderen Verfahrens- und Organisationsstatus. Dem Bundestag steht der Präsident des Deutschen Bundestages, Norbert Lammert vor, der zugleich das Amt des Präsidenten der Bundesversammlung innehat.

Bundestag
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Platz der Republik 1
Berlin, 11011

+49 (0)30 227 0

The Bundestag is a constitutional and legislative body at the federal level in Germany. For its similar function, it is often described as a lower house of parliament along the lines of the US House of Representatives and the Canadian or the British House of Commons. The German constitution, however, does not define the Bundestag and the Bundesrat as the lower and upper houses of a bicameral legislature.The Bundestag was established by chapter III of the Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany in 1949 as one of the legislative bodies of Germany and thus the historical successor to the earlier Reichstag.Since 1999 it meets in the Reichstag Building in Berlin. Norbert Lammert is the current President of the Bundestag. Members of the Bundestag are usually elected every four years by all adult German citizens in a mixed system of constituency voting and list voting. There are currently 631 seats, however one, belonging to the CDU, remains vacant. However, the election day can be earlier if the Federal Chancellor loses a vote of no confidence and asks the Federal President to dissolve the Bundestag in order to hold new general elections.

Federal Ministry of the Interior
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Alt-Moabit 140
Berlin, 10557

The Federal Ministry of the Interior, abbreviated BMI, is cabinet-level ministry of the Federal Republic of Germany. Its main office is in Berlin, with a secondary seat in Bonn. The current minister of the interior is Thomas de Maizière.HistoryThe Reichsamt des Innern was the Ministry of the Interior of the German Empire. On the proposal of the Reichskanzler Otto von Bismarck it was created on 24 December 1879 by an Imperial decree from the Reich Chancellery. Like the other Imperial Offices it was directly under the control of the Reichskanzler. The seat of the office was in Berlin and it was managed by a Secretary of State, who from 1881 until 1916 also simultaneously held the office of Vizekanzler. The gazette for the publication of official notices was run by the Office from 1880. Entitled the Zentralblatt für das Deutsche Reich, it had been published by the Reich Chancellery from 1873 until 1879.With the Law on the Provisional Imperial Government of 11 February 1919, the Imperial Office became the Reichsministerium des Innern which remained the German Ministry of the Interior during the Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany. From 1923 until 1945, the ministry published the government gazette, which was entitled the Reichsministerialblatt . On 1 November 1934 it was united with the Prussian Ministry of the Interior as the Reichs- und Preußischen Ministerium des Innern .

Landesvertretung Sachsen-Anhalt
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Luisenstraße 18
Berlin, 10117

0302434599

Public Places Near Berlin – the place to be

S + U-Bhf. Potsdamer Platz
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Alte Potsdamer Str. 1
Berlin, Germany 10785

Potsdamer Platz Berlin
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Potsdamer Platz
Berlin, Germany 10117

Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz is the most striking example of the urban renewal that turned Berlin into the ‘New Berlin’ in the 1990s although it is not, strictly-speaking, a square. The area today consists of the three developments known as Daimler City or the DaimlerChrysler Areal (1998), the Sony Centre (2000) and the Beisheim Centre (2004), which literally transformed the dormant wasteland where the Berlin Wall stood between east and west Berlin until 1989. The challenge of rebuilding the heart of post Cold War Berlin was no trifling matter – how to transform a desolate sandy wasteland into the new German capital’s city centre. At stake was nothing less than making a statement on the fundamental principles of urban design at the end of the 20th century. Many issues needed to be addressed. How to reconcile public against commercial interests, the integration of two transport systems, road and infrastructural planning affecting the new re-united centre, limiting traffic in the inner city area and incorporating ecological considerations, deciding on the style of architecture - Manhattan high-rise buildings or lower housing, traditional, futuristic or avant-garde? The long debates about the future of Potdamer Platz needed to resolve the issue of bringing authentic metropolitan life into an area which had been dead for years – integrating residential accommodation with shopping, leisure and business needs to ensure that the area live around-the-clock. What can be seen today can be seen today is believed to have resulted in a successful compromise - a mixture of the American plaza feel at the Sony Centre and a tree-lined European downtown around the Marlene Dietrich Platz producing a lively, buzzing atmosphere. Potsdamer Platz is reached by public transport on the U and S-Bahn lines, just off the Tiergarten. The new downtown centre is a prime business location which successfully merged state-of-the art architecture and real estate potential for the resurging German Capital. And for a touch of glamour the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival, Berlin’s most glamorous calendar event, held in February every year, moved its headquarters here in 2000. The red carpet is rolled out every February for A-list stars outside the Berlinale Palast, where stars, cineastes and public mingle on the new Marlene Dietrich Platz. Historically, there are three distinctive phases in the history of this legendary square. In the 1920s Potsdamer Platz, where the first set of traffic lights in Europe came into operation, was the metropolis’ heart and hub, the busiest European city in its heyday, buzzing with shopping, traffic and entertainment. A heap of ruins after World War II, it lay lifeless as a no man’s land – a strip of sandy soil known as the death-strip dividing west and east Berlin until 1989. After the fall of the Wall, in 1989, its resurrection was brought about by consortiums of international investors and the most prestigious international architects available: Renzo Piano, Helmut Jahn, Richard Rogers, Arata Isozachi and Rafael Moneo. The rebuilding of Potsdamerplatz, began in the 1980s when plans were initiated by urban development Senator Volker Hassener. Investors Daimler-Benz bought a plot of land along the Landwehr Canal to the Wall perimeter at a time when it was still considered a lifeless, peripheral site. Suddenly when the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, the plot became top real estate in the centre of the new German capital. The 1991 Berlin Senate’s publicly sponsored “Potsdamer and Leipziger Platz Competition for Urban Design Ideas” initiating a passionate debate where architectural offices from all around the world competed for a piece of the pie in the city of the cranes skyline. It was won by Munich-based Heinz Himmler and Christoph Sattler. Renzo Piano and Helmut Jahn proposed the winning master plans. Investors Daimler-Benz (today Daimler) and SONY backed the two visions. The Piano/Daimler-Benz project envisioned a more diverse European style area with narrower streets while Helmut Jahn’s Sony vision presented the more uniform ultra-modern glass-steel plaza which became the Sony Centre. The vast covered public space with its striking glass roof was the result of a remarkable engineering feat - an outstretched tent roof with material fastened to a steel ring attached to the adjacent buildings. The Panorama Punkt with an observation deck 93m high is reached by elevator for the best all-round view of the area in the brown-brick Kollhoff building. The neo-baroque façade on the Bellevuestrasse is the luxurious Hotel Esplanade, preserved from before WWII. The original Kaisersaal (Imperial room) was literally lifted on raised air cushions and shifted to its present spot. Two walls remain in their original place. Renzo Piano’s stone-glass Debis Tower, the Group’s Headquarters, was the first building completed on the southernmost edge to become the new landmark a 280-foot-high tower with on 22 floors. The Debis building´s main characteristic is that each element is separately articulated and the result is a kind of assemblage including stair tower, elevator core and office space. Main attractions to be seen while walking around the Potsdamer Platz area include: Debis Tower (Renzo Piano) and the DaimlerChrysler Atrium with its public spaces, including changing art exhibitions and an auto showroom and the artificial water basin; The Sony Centre and Cinema Complex and Film Museum, the Arkaden Shopping Mall (Richard Rogers), a 3D IMAX cinema, Musical Theatre and Casino, and Weinhaus Huth wine merchants the oldest and only surviving original pre World War II building. ( Text: Berlin.de ) Adresse: Potsdamer Platz 1 10785 Berlin Architekt: Renzo Piano, Christoph Kohlbecker, Arata Isozaki, Steffen Lehmann, Hans Kollhoff, Lauber + Wöhr, José Rafael Moneo, Richard Rogers Public Transport: Train station: Potsdamer Platz Bhf (Berlin) (S+U): S1, S2, S25 Underground: Potsdamer Platz Bhf (Berlin) (S+U): U2 Bus: Potsdamer Platz Bhf (Berlin) (S+U): M41, M48 Potsdamer Platz Bhf/Voßstr. (Berlin) (S): M41, M85 Varian-Fry-Str. (Berlin): 200, N2, M48, M85

re:campaign
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Schumannstr. 8
Berlin, Germany 10117

030 6165 7419

Die reCampaign ist die Fachkonferenz für die Zivilgesellschaft im Web. Wir erwarten rund 350 Gäste aus NGOs, Stiftungen sowie der Kommunikationsbranche und freuen uns auf spannende Diskussionen zu Online-Trends und handfeste Tipps für erfolgreiche Kampagnen - im Web und offline. Soziale Interkationen und Kommunikation befinden sich durch die Allgegenwärtigkeit mobiler Vernetzung in einem grundliegenden Wandel. Doch was bedeutet das für die Kampagnenarbeit von NGOs? Wie schaffen NGOs dem Sprung von der analogen zur digitalen Organisation? Wie entstehen mit Hilfe digitaler Kanäle aus NGO-Netzwerken durchsetzungsfähige und dauerhafte Bewegungen? Wie lässt sich durch die strategische Verbindung von On- und Offline-Elementen die Reichweite und Wirkung von Kampagnen erhöhen? Als Keynote 2014 sprechen Prof. Gesche Joost vom Design Research Lab der UdK Berlin über die Auswirkungen der zunehmenden Digitalisierung auf unsere sozialen Interaktionen sowie Thomas Schultz-Jagow von Amnesty International über seine langjährige Erfahrung mit dem Strukturwandel in großen Kampagnen-Organisationen.

Weihnachtsmarkt am Hauptbahnhof
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Washingtonplatz
Berlin, Germany 10557

Auf dem Washingtonplatz zwischen Hauptbahnhof und Kanzleramt wird es in diesem Jahr zum ersten Mal richtig weihnachtlich. An einem Ort, wo sich Ankommende und Abfahrende treffen, wo ein Kommen und Gehen herrscht – ein Sehnsuchtsort mit dem Blick über die Stadt hinaus. Das Motto des Marktes ist Design und Genuss. Die „üblichen Mitbringsel“ eines Weihnachtsmarktes werden ergänzt durch Designerangebote und besondere Weihnachtsgeschenke. Es sind ausgefallene kleine und große Produkte aus Designerläden und Handwerksbetrieben. Dazu gehören handmade-Produkte aus Stoff, Schmuck, Schoko-Mauerstückchen, Kindersachen, Lichtbögen, Tisch-Fotokalender, aber auch Feuerzangenbowle und Crêpes. Wann: 24. November bis 21. Dezember 2014 Wo: Washingtonplatz vor dem Hauptbahnhof Öffnungszeiten: Mo. bis Do. 12:00 - 20:00 Uhr Fr. und Sa. 12:00 - 21:00 Uhr Eintritt: frei