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The little replica of the Eiffel Tower greeting visitors outside the Centre Français de Berlin might suggest that this is some kind of a museum. However, it is actually a center that aims towards promoting the French culture in the neighborhood of Wedding in Berlin. The center's mainly focuses on the exchange of cultural ideas for the French living in Berlin. Keeping this in mind, it has established a cultural center which can be used for hosting a variety of events, a hotel and various conference rooms as well as a brasserie where patrons can relish on the mouth-watering French delicacies. The center helps and supports people in the educational and employment sector through various youth exchange programs as well as helps in professional placements. With a number of events regularly taking place here, the center is definitely on it's way to promote French culture in a big way. Call ahead or visit the website to know more.
Located in a historic building in Wedding, LaLuz is a multipurpose center that houses both an event theater and an acclaimed restaurant. Although it has been renovated to adapt to modern needs, the building has retained much of its original detail and architectural style. High open windows line the restaurant's walls, providing diners with a great view of the city center. The theater offers a wide range of events, such as dance productions, music concerts, private receptions, film festivals and business seminars.
The Messe Berlin ranks as one of the world's top exhibitions centers, specializing in organizing national and international conventions, trade shows and exhibitions. Several conveniences are at the disposal of exhibitors including a service center with offices and related services, restaurants, catering and numerous parking spaces situated on the exhibition grounds. Guests will enjoy the central location in Berlin, directly connected via autobahn to the city's three international airports. For the visitors' convenience the parking for a total of 12,000 vehicles is available and taxi stands are located at all entrances.
The International Congress Centre (ICC), Berlin's largest events venue, opened in the same year that Star Wars first appeared on the silver screen. And funnily enough, the ICC looks amazingly similar to some of the spaceships shown in the seventies science-fiction classic. Berliners like to compare it to many things and the building is also fondly (or less fondly) known as 'Noah's Ark' or 'Battleship Charlottenburg'. More beast than beauty, it is the perfect match for its immediate environment: a tangle of concrete bridges, tunnels, motorways and railway tracks.