Marzahn

Marzahn

Marzahn has become more colorful over the last decades. The grey prefabricated concrete buildings been rebuilt and renovated since the fall of the Berlin Wall. Various attractions have also been added: the old village center has been revived, the windmill "Bockwindmühle", the main landmark of Marzahn, has been built, and the Marzahn recreational park has been expanded.

The Gardens of the World contain the largest Chinese garden in Germany, called "Garden of the Recovered Moon". The gardens are a popular tourist attraction. The district also has some other green corners, such the Wuhletal meadows with their small river, and the third highest mountain in Berlin - the Kienberg.

The former Berlin district of Marzahn now belongs to the administrative district of Marzahn-Hellersdorf. It is divided into the two districts Marzahn and Biesdorf.

Portrait of Marzahn

Marzahn
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District of Marzahn

Marzahn is home to the largest housing estate of the former GDR. However, there are also some neighborhoods of single-family houses. The old village center has been preserved and is under monumental protection. more

Biesdorf Nord
© Franziska Delenk

Biesdorf

Like the neighboring districts of Kaulsdorf and Mahlsdorf, Biesdorf has an almost village-like character with many single-family houses and spacious garden plots. more

Marzahn
© Antje Kraschinski

Marzahn: Useful Information

The most important addresses in Marzahn: schools, authorities, hospitals, restaurants, leisure facilities and more. more

Photos of Marzahn:

  • Marzahn-Ost© Franziska Delenk
    Marzahn
  • Gärten der Welt in Berlin-Marzahn© Antje Kraschinski
    Gärten der Welt in Berlin-Marzahn
  • Wolkenhain© dpa
    Der Wolkenhain der IGA
  • Chinesisches Mondkuchenfest 2015© dpa
    Chinesisches Mondkuchenfest
  • Sultans Fest© dpa
    Sultans Fest in den Gärten der Welt
  • Schafe auf der B158© dpa
    Schafherde in Marzahn