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What"s new in Berlin in 2009 Печать E-mail
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Автор: Newsmaster   
07.01.2009 19:29
BERLIN (AP) — Berlin marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall in October, but there are plenty of other cultural events going on as well. Here are a few of them:

• "Long Night of Museums," when 100 museums open their doors from 6 p.m. Saturday until 2 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 31 and Aug. 29. With one ticket, patrons get admission to all participating venues and events and a shuttle bus to take them around; lange-nacht-der-museen.de.

• The 59th Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale), Feb. 5-15, with up to 400 films screened, many of them European premieres; berlinale.de.

• Berlin Carnival Costume Parade, Feb. 22, with a million spectators and participants.

• Festival Days at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden, April 4-12, for fans of classical music, with a staging of Wagner's Lohengrin opera as one of the highlights.

• Extended Opera and Theater Night, April 25, when half-hour events are offered from 7 p.m. until 10 a.m. on 60 Berlin stages. Shuttle buses will carry visitors from theater to theater on seven different routes. The starting point and meeting spot is the Bebelplatz with an open-air stage, central box office, and information stand; kulturprojekte-berlin.de.

• Carnival of Cultures, May 29-June 1, with a parade of 100 groups and 4,000 performers from 80 nations; Children's Carnival May 28.

• Berlin's Lesbian and Gay Street Festival, June 20-21, and Christopher Street Day, June 27, the German equivalent of gay pride events in the U.S.

• Fete de la Musique, June 21, free concerts on over 50 (mostly open-air) stages throughout Berlin.

• Jewish Cultural Days, Aug. 29-Sept. 6, at the Rykestrasse Synagogue, Rykestrasse 53.

• Classic Open Air Berlin, July 2-6, at Gendarmenmarkt square, with opera, classical and contemporary music performances.

• Berlin International Beer Festival, Aug. 7-9, when Karl-Marx-Allee turns into the world's longest beer garden and bar, with 190 breweries from 72 countries offering beer along a mile-long stretch.

• Real Berlin Marathon, Sept. 19-20, a 42-kilometer run that attracts athletes from around the world.

• Festival of Lights, Oct. 13-25, with fireworks, lightseeing tours, illuminated buildings and light shows.

• JazzFest Berlin, Nov. 5-8, with big bands and American and international jazz stars.

The year ends, as always, with the city's holiday markets leading up to Christmas.


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