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The Kunst Haus Tacheles is an art center and nightclub started in East Berlin after the Berlin Wall came down in the spring of 1990. It provided inspiration for a club and art gallery scene in the German film Good bye, Lenin!, according to commentary by director Wolfgang Becker on the DVD released in the United States. East Berlin was the name given to the eastern part of Berlin between 1949 and 1990. ... Berlin Wall on November 16, 1989 The Berlin Wall (German: Die Berliner Mauer) was a long barrier separating West Berlin from East Berlin and the surrounding territory of East Germany. ... DVD cover for Goodbye Lenin Good bye, Lenin! is a German tragic comedy film, released internationally in 2003. ...

The exterior of the building was damaged from shelling. Colorful graffiti-style murals are on the exterior walls, and in the interior, modern art sculptures are featured.

External link

Tacheles official website

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Kunst Haus Tacheles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (268 words)
The Kunst Haus Tacheles is an art center and nightclub that was opened in East Berlin after the Berlin Wall came down in the spring of 1990.
Tacheles is a large (9000 square meter) building on Oranienburger Strasse in the district known as Mitte.
Tacheles was originally occupied by a number of international artists, performers and musicians before becoming an art centre with a cafe, cinema, performance space, workshops and exhibition space.
Codex Reperio: The Tacheles (218 words)
On Oranienburger Strasse in Berlin there is an apartment building called the Kunst Haus Tacheles - or simply "the Tacheles".
Since the fall of the wall the Tacheles has been occupied by artists, performers and musicians who create and exhibit there.
The structure of the building has been damaged by shelling in the war and fire and dereliction since; anywhere else in Germany it would have already been demolished and replaced.
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