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With a shop window full of lawyers' robes and conference chairs, this place doesn't look like a bookshop from the outside. But that is, in fact, the shop's main advantage. For not only does it stock a wealth of books and written material for lawyers, it also sells useful accessories. Robes, for instance.
An architectural splendor, the Eastgate is one of the largest shopping center in Germany, located to the east of Berlin. Opened in 2005, the layout of this mall was drawn up and executed by Jost Hering, Klaus M. Hoffmann, Ragna Carstens and Enno Schmacker, who gave it an unconventional design, that has become the outstanding feature of this place. Shopaholics can have a field day browsing through more than 100 outlets. When your energy has been spent, head over to the vast food court to rejuvenate yourself.
Media Markt is one of the biggest consumer electronics chains in Germany and Europe. The sales rooms are generally large and well-arranged. Media Markt sells all sorts of electrical equipment, such as stereos, telephones, video recorders, televisions, computers, cameras etc. as well as low-price CDs. Most outlets have plenty of parking space as well as offering home delivery.
The Lindencenter is a largish shopping center spread over three floors. The ground floor contains household stores, with two supermarkets, Kaisers and Aldi, three bakeries and a butcher. The other two floors contain clothes shops such as WE, Doorbreaker, H&M, Orsay, Pimkie, Jean Pascale and Kaufhof as well as shoe shops such as Street, Schuh Neumann, Leiser and Deichmann. For those who are hungry, thirsty or just plain tired: Eiscafè Florenz, a juice bar and several fast-food restaurants are all located on the ground floor.
Real is one of Germany's biggest supermarket chains. As well as selling groceries and household goods, it has a good selection of cosmetics, electronic goods, haberdashery and more. Prices are very reasonable.
Jean Pascale sells fashions for young men and women. Besides the shop's own brand, one can also buy jeans and other items by well-known labels such as Levi's. The shop offers good quality at reasonable prices. Another advantage of Jean Pascale is that their label isn't yet as popular.
Looking for a good place to buy men and women's casual wear? Then East&West is the place to come. There is a large selection of brands like Diesel, Big Star and Levi's as well as the shop's own brand. The choice of accessories is, however, distinctly limited. The place is decorated in the style of a traditional Texan ranch.
One of Berlin's larger bookshops with a good selection of titles, including specialist literature and foreign-language books. Calendars and postcards are also sold here.
The Ring Center was one of the first shopping centres built in East Berlin after the fall of the Wall. Situated on the much frequented Frankfurter Allee, the shopping centre houses all you need for a happy and successful day's shopping. Here you will find a number of shops selling a variety of products ranging from accessories, flowers, gift items, furniture, apparel, jewelry, toys, sport related goods and a lot more. Reputed brands such as Cosmo, Chelsea, Biba, Bonita, Depot, Weltbild, Yves Rocher and H&M have stores here. Replenish yourself with a snack from Dunkin Donuts or Hussels.
Orange `n Red is a clothing shop for young customers. The pullovers, shirts, jackets and accessories are fashionable and not that expensive, which is important for young customers. Orange `n Red is well-known for selling jeans with some little errors, at marked-down prices. Orange'n Red is very popular among the youngsters who are fashion conscious and not spend thefts.
Forum Landsberger Allee is a small shopping center located at the Landsberger Allee and houses a variety of stores as well as service business. From a pharmacy, cafeterias, pizzerias to baby care as well as health & wellness, everything can be found under one roof at the Forum Landsberger Allee. In addition, the place also houses a convention center which is available for private events. The shopping center is located in close proximity from the Landsberger Allee S-Bahn station, hence provides convenience in traveling.
Some call it kitsch and trash, while for others it's cult. The kids who flock to Roman & Comicladen, a popular comic store in a quiet backstreet in Friedrichshain don't care what you call it. They just want to get their hands on one of the comics, fantasy novels or adventure books which the shop stocks. A speciality of the house is the vast collection of children's books and comics from the East German era, not to forget the astonishing collection of Kinder Egg figures. Besides the weekdays, the shop is also open on the first Saturday of every month from 10a-2p.