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A District Of Urban Contrasts

Lichtenberg combines tradition and modernism: residential areas and neighbourhoods with old buildings, large urban estates and picturesque rural churches, industry and protected landscapes. The district spreads more than 13 kilometres from the federal state boundary in the north to Karlshorst in the south of Berlin and to the Ostkreuz at the S-Bahnring (urban railway ring). Since Lichtenberg is mainly a residential area, tourists are scarcely seen. However, the high-contrast juxtaposition of urban structures with great potential for the realisation of innovative ideas attracts more and more art enthusiasts. LOA Berlin contributes to this phenomenon, sending people from Berlin and guests on an artistic discovery tour along larger and smaller façade artworks through the district. Come as well and marvel at urban art in Berlin.