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Franziskus is a general hospital near Zoo Station. This hospital is also a medical school. You will find good medical facilities here. For more information on this hospital please check the website.
Only the red and green Ampelmchen in the entrance hint that you're still in Berlin. Otherwise, you could be in any one of easyInternetcafé branches around the world. They all look the same: hundreds of flat screens lined up on pristine wooden surfaces, with orange columns rising up from the shop floor to the ceiling. All 319 computers have broadband internet access as well as the latest Microsoft Office and Works programs. Web cams, scanners and printers are also available.
Most trains heading westwards (e.g. to Frankfurt, Hanover or Hamburg) arrive and depart from 'Zoo Station'. The station was thoroughly modernised in the 1990s but the queues at the ticket office can still get terribly long. It is therefore advisable to arrive well before your train leaves. Zoo Station is linked to the S-Bahn and U-Bahn public transport networks and numerous buses leave from the forecourt. Due to its central location near Breitscheidplatz and Kurfürstendamm, Zoo Station is a popular meeting point for tourists and young Berliners, but also for tramps and drug dealers, meaning it is advisable to keep your wits about you at all times.
Funktaxi Berlin is a taxi service in Berlin. But apart from being just a taxi service, it's a lot more. Their services include sightseeing, hotel service, disabled service and also of couriers and messengers.
Zentraler Festplatz, located near the Mitte district in Berlin is an expansive outdoor space perfect for a diverse range of events. While the space is ideal for music festivals, it's versatile enough for business presentations, trade fairs and markets and sporting games as well. This grassy area has what it takes to make any event a special one.
Spinnenwerk Internet Café offers 13-18 year olds free internet access for a maximum of 45 minutes daily. Youngsters can use any of the cafe's five computers for surfing, chatting or creating their own homepage. During autumn and winter, Sunday workshops are also available, but interested parties have to register beforehand.
Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (ICD) is a non-profitable institute which strives to bring the world closer. Since 1999, it has worked hard in getting people together from different cultures, right from the student level. The prime reason behind all this cultural blend is to achieve global peace. They do so by organizing a number of cultural events comprising fairs, foreign student exchange policies, exhibitions, cultural contests, plays, musicals, seminars, conferences and meetings. The ICD House located within the institute hosts most of the events.
The Italian Cultural Centre organises regular exhibitions in collaboration with other German and Italian cultural institutions. Since moving from Mussolini's villa in Tiergarten to a new building on Askanischer Platz, the center now has much more space for exhibitions. The building, erected near Anhalter Bahnhof in 1997, is an unpretentious example of modern architecture. Not typically Mediterranean but still extremely stylish, as Italian design always is.
Do you want to discover the secret of eternal youth and beauty? Then have a chat with René Koch, 'cosmetics Oscar' winner and former head visagist at Yves Saint Laurent. His Cosmetic & Camouflage Centrum contains all the tricks of the trade including image and style counseling, make-up for parties and weddings, tattooing of eyebrows, eyelids and lips, permanent make-up and classes for amateurs and professionals.
Muslims in the city converge at Emir Sultan Mosque on important Islamic festivals like Eid-Ul-Adha, months like Ramadan, and every Friday afternoon for the special weekly prayer. Sermons are given and congregations are led by a learned Muslim scholar who also offers guidance on Islamic matters. One can also search for a Muslim priest to conduct marriage ceremonies here.
Mac, PC and UNIX don't necessarily always have to be enemies. Indeed, imax demonstrates that they can happily co-exist alongside one another. Located close to Kleistpark in the district of Schöneberg, this newly established computer shop sells PCs, Macs and network equipment as well as offering a 24 hour emergency service. The shop also rents laptops (PCs and Apples), video beamers and other equipment. The choice of software is limited due to lack of space, but most programs can be ordered at fairly short notice.
Evangelische Silas-Kita is a Protestant church catering to the Silas community in Berlin. In the parish hall of the church are held various community events, parish council sessions and prayer services. Church Silas-Kita caters to the social, cultural and educational needs of its parish; the kindergarten school is delightful and welcomes every child. A heart for social causes, a mission for cultural integration and an endeavor to better the community, is what drives Evangelische Silas-Kita. New Year's eve, Christmas and other special occasions are celebrated with grandeur by the church. Visit website for more information.