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Gay tour guide company, based in Spain, that organises gay tours in several cities in Europe.
The Rainbow Gay Tours in Berlin includes the City Center Tour, Berlin Neighbourhood Tour and Rainbow Night Berlin. Visit their website for details.
weekday: Tue-Fri 17:00 - 22:00
weekend: 16:00 – 20:00
Gay checkpoint, information centre and LGBT counselling service in Berlin. Anonymous HIV and syphilis tests available.
Closed on Mondays. U: Nollendorfplatz
weekday: Mon-Thu 10:00 - 18:00
Sonntags-Club e.V is a non-profit counselling, communication and cultural centre for the Berlin LGBT community, located in Prenzlauer Berg.
There is an onsite café with with street terrace (open daily from 6pm). S,U2: Schönhauser Allee
Berlin’s LGBT centre that hosts gay parties, concerts and cultural events. Their popular SchwuZ dance party is held every Thursday throughSaturday night, from 11pm.
U: Rathaus Neukölln
weekday: Mon,Wed,Fri 14:00 - 18:00, Thu 14:00 - 20:00
weekend: Sat 14:00 - 19:00; Sun 14:00 - 18:00
Berlin’s Gay Museum was founded in 1985 and has become Europe’s most important permanent exhibitions of gay culture and history.
The archival holdings, numerous contributions to research and more than thirty-five (mostly volunteer) staff makes the Schwules Museum* one of the world’s largest and most significant institutions for archiving, researching and communicating the history and culture of LGBTQI communities.
Changing exhibitions and events take diverse approaches to lesbian, gay, trans*, bisexual and queer biographies, themes and concepts in history, art and culture. Closed on Tuesdays.
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The Memorial, designed by artists Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset, is a moving tribute to the “forgotten” gay victims of Nazism. The cuboid, that is made of concrete, has a small window, through which visitors can watch a film of two men kissing.
Erection of the Memorial was approved by the Bundestag in 2003. Dedication took place on the 27th May 2008 dedication. The event was attended by Berlin’s Mayor Klaus Wowereit, President of the Budestag Wolfgang Thierse, German Culture Minister Bernd Neumann, Volker Beck and Renate Künast.
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