Kreuzberg – a wild and lively lifeline with multicultural flair
- Indian Fountain at Engelbecken
- Engelbecken – former Luisenstadt Canal
- Sankt-Michaels Church – special architecture
- Café at Engelbecken
Kreuzberg is home to alternative lifestyles and a lively district with a new quality of life. Multicultural diversity with the motto 'live and let live'! As well as Turkish residents, more than 180 other nationalities live here peacefully and 1/3 of the inhabitants are migrants.
The hipster area around Oranienstraße has loads of clubs and bars.
The Aufbau Haus on Moritzplatz is a meeting place, forum and exchange and uniquely combines culture with the creative industry.
The Princesses' Gardens are an ecological and social garden landscape on Moritzplatz with the goal of learning together.
During special excavations in the former Luisenstadt Canal a number of quay walls, steps, fountains and basins were discovered. As a result, the Rose Garden was reconstructed and the Evergreen Garden, then the Forest Plant Garden and the Engelbecken.
Theodor Fontane called the Sankt-Michaels Church at the Engelbecken the most beautiful church in Berlin in his 'Wanders through the Margrave of Brandenburg'. The church's architectural style is a successful synthesis of classicism and medieval.