Berlin - gay patchwork quilt

Berlin is the capital and the largest city of Germany, the second most populous (after London) and the fifth largest city in the European Union. A population of Berlin is 3.7 million people (data for 2018). An average age of a Berliner is 42 years. About 500 thousand foreign residents live in Berlin, which is about 14% of the capital's population.
Modern Berlin is a major European metropolis, the city of diverse architecture, museums and palaces, interesting sights and lively nightlife. Berlin is a bit like a patchwork quilt. Here you can see the sights of different historical periods: from a few preserved medieval buildings to ultramodern metal structures. This is the city of stunning architectural and cultural heritage, exploring of which can take months.
Berlin is a treasure trove for a gay traveler. The diversity of spots and events oriented to and LGBT are difficult to find anywhere else. Traditionally in Berlin there are three gay areas. Two of them are located in the western part of Berlin (Schöneberg and Kreuzberg) and the third (Prenzlauer Berg) is eastern. Most gay hotels, bars, cafes and shops are located in the gay district Schöneberg, where dance halls only for men were open in the 1920s.

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