BÖHMISCH-RIXDORF
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Even though this small village, founded in 1737 by Protestant refugees from Bohemia, is now part of the big city, it still seems to belong to a different era. You can wander down the cobblestone streets, past picturesque houses with green shutters and well-tended flower gardens. The Comenius Garden, the Bethlehem Church, and a small museum, originally opened as a school in 1753, tell the story of an interconnected Bohemian and German history. The historic forge at Richard Place is still in operation today.

DISTRICT
Neukölln
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
S41, S42 Sonnenallee
U7 Karl-Marx-Straße
HIGHLIGHT TYPE
Neighborhood

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