One of the oldest surviving houses in Charlottenburg looks completely run down. The plaster on the facade is crumbling, the pub on the ground floor has long been closed. Today’s monument at Krummen Straße 4 near Otto-Suhr-Allee has existed for more than 140 years. During a visit, we were surprised to find that everything inside looks tip top – and found out why trouble with the State Monuments Office delayed the renovation of the facade. We will report on this on Friday in the current Tagesspiegel newsletter for Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, which you can now order free of charge at

But that’s not all that Berlin’s City West expert Cay Dobberke writes about in his current newsletter. Incidentally, our twelve district newsletters already have more than 265,000 subscriptions across the city. In it you will find – compact and free of charge, bundled once a week – exclusive news, many dates, links and personal tips. Feel free to choose “your” districts here!

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