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Where to go in berlin Every Wednesday, the Cascade Club features DJ's from 9 pm, and on Thursday the venue features the Latino Lounge, with a relaxed atmosphere and music that includes Salsa, Latin and Soul, alongside the unique floodlit waterfall. On Fridays the musical accent is on R&B and Soul with live videomixing and free admission until midnight. Saturday night is Disco-House night, part of the Cascade Club's Saturday Clubbing Party series which includes free admission for women until midnight, and a free long drink for men included in the admission price. Cascade Club Fasanenstrasse 81 10623 Berlin Phone: +49 30 31 80 09-40 Metro: Zoologischer Garten S3 S75 U9 Museums & Exhibitions Berlin's Iconic Jewish Museum Since opening in 2001, the Jewish Museum Berlin has established itself as one of Europe’s leading museums. Its exhibitions and permanent collection, educational activities, and diverse programme of events make the museum a vibrant centre for German- Jewish history and culture. It is dedicated to serving as a forum for research, discussion, and the exchange of ideas. Alongside what goes on inside, Daniel Libeskind’s spectacular structure has established the building as one of Berlin’s most recognisable landmarks. The zinc-panelled exterior is truly innovative in the connection it creates between the museum’s themes and its facade. Rich in symbolism, the architecture makes German-Jewish history palpable, raises numerous questions, and provokes reflection. Its depictions of 14 historical periods from the Middle Ages to the present paint a vivid portrait of German-Jewish life. Artistic and everyday objects, photos and letters, interactive displays and media stations together convey the history of Jewish culture in Germany and show how tightly Jewish life and German history are interwoven. Jüdisches Museum Berlin Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin Metro: U1 U6 Hallesches Tor U6 Kochstraße Shopping KaDeWe the trendsetter As with Harrods in London and Galeries Lafayette in Paris, KaDeWe is one of the world’s most distinguished department stores. Its feel for emerging trends, the elegant creations in its shop windows, the design of the themed areas and, last but not least, the selection of available products and services, have been instrumental in shaping the image of KaDeWe. In a creative way, change as an enduring element has been permanently incorporated into the store’s character, resulting in eloquent expression throughout its eight floors. Whatever moves people can be experienced firsthand at KaDeWe. Innovative design, cosmopolitan lifestyle, international fashion styles – KaDeWe presents zeitgeist and inspiration on every one of its floors. The Ground Floor, covering nearly 4,000 m², is one of Europe's most exclusive retail floor spaces, featuring Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, Dior and Bulgari, Chloé, Prada, Miu Miu, Fendi, Salvatore Ferragamo, Tiffany & Co., Chopard, Omega, Montblanc, Rolex and Wellendorff. In autumn 2011, the luxury label Hermès will open a boutique in KaDeWe. Kaufhaus des Westens KaDeWe Tauentzienstaße 21-24 10789 Berlin Phone: +49 (0)30-21 21-0 Metro: Wittenbergplatz U1 U2 U3 46

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