Volkspark Hasenheide

Volkspark Hasenheide

Neukölln
  • Cultural & Historical
  • Park
  • Walking

Formerly a shooting range that was then remodeled by the National Socialists for the '36 Olympic Games, the Hasenheide ("rabbit warren") is one of Berlin's most folksy folk-parks, with sweeping lawns, multiple recreational spaces, and even a small zoo. Here one finds a monument to Friedrich Ludwig Jahn, the founder of the German gymnastic movement; a sixty-nine meter high hill made out of rubble left over from the war; and, at the entrance, a sculpture honoring the "debris women," who were mostly responsible for cleaning up Berlin after the war.

Hasenheide, Berlin, Germany

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