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New tour:
Sacral buildings of the Siemensstadt & Mosque

Exciting stories about the construction (and dismantling) of the churches and the symbolism. Interesting for everyone.
Including: One of the most beautiful Mosques ever. Built at the same time as the churches visited.

Guided Tour:
Living in a world heritage site

Bauhaus next to organic architecture. Six architects, one garden architect and 14 different lines. Built in 1931/34.
And: Far ahead of its time.
A UNESCO world heritage site.

Tour:
Siemensstadt 1.0 Work – Living – Leisure

An exciting journey through the history of the origins of an artificial city, against all (unexpected) odds.

Tour:
Charlottenburg-North

More green than built-up area. Objectively striped up to squeaky colored. Social hotspot, memorials, Berlin’s second largest park. A UNESCO World Heritage Site and high density of listed buildings. Variety.

New from summer 2020:
App-Tourguide “World heritage”

This tour is a slightly different and reduced version of my tour “Living in a World Heritage”. The app is in preparation and will be available for download soon.
Start your tour whenever you want and at your own pace. The offline function allows you to listen to the tour anytime and anywhere.

Groups & Special Topics

Student group of architecture, company outing of a building cooperative or gift from the staff to the boss of a local company:
A group tour not only has the advantage of being with people you know.


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Beneath the hat

Whom do you confide in?

With or without hat, my name is Christian Fessel.
I am a director-cameraman and photographer (especially landscape, fine art, architecture). And I proudly operate my showrooms in the so-called Infostation Siemensstadt, an unusual, original Bauhaus building from 1930.
For many years I have been leading PhotoWalks, giving workshops and guiding you to more unknown places in Berlin, London and Venice – as “Man with hat tours“.


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