Neukölln

locality of the borough Neukölln of Berlin, Germany

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Geographical coordinates: 52.481388888 13.435277777

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English Neukölln (locality)

Neukölln (German: [nɔʏˈkœln] (listen); formerly Rixdorf), until 1920 an independent city, is an inner-city district of Berlin in the homonymous borough (Bezirk) of Neukölln, including the historic village of Alt-Rixdorf and numerous Gründerzeit apartment blocks. With 166,714 inhabitants (2018) the Ortsteil is the most densely populated of Berlin. It was originally characterized by mostly working-class inhabitants and later a relatively high percentage of immigrants, especially of Turkish and Russian descent, but since the turn of the millennium an influx of students, creatives, and western immigrants has led to gentrification.

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German Berlin-Neukölln

Neukölln ist der namensgebende Ortsteil des nördlichsten und am dichtesten bebauten Teils des Berliner Bezirks Neukölln. Bis 1920 war Neukölln eine eigenständige Stadt, die bis 1912 den Namen Rixdorf trug. Gelegentlich wird der Ortsteil zur Unterscheidung vom Bezirk auch als Nord-Neukölln bezeichnet.

Das Gebiet nordöstlich des Hermannplatzes (Reuterkiez) gehört zum umgangssprachlichen so bezeichneten „Kreuzkölln“ (Kofferwort aus Kreuzberg und Neukölln).

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Polish Neukölln (dzielnica Berlina)

Neukölln, Berlin-Neukölln – dzielnica (Ortsteil) Berlina w okręgu administracyjnym Neukölln. Od 27 stycznia 1912 do 30 września 1920 samodzielne miasto, które dzień później wcielono w granice miasta. Do 1912 nazwa miasta brzmiała Rixdorf.

W latach 1899–1920 należy do rejencji rejencji poczdamskiej w prowincji Brandenburgia.

W dzielnicy znajduje się ratusz Neukölln.

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Russian Нойкёльн (район Берлина)

Нойкёльн (нем. Neukölln, дословно «Новый Кёлльн») — одноимённый район в берлинском административном округе Нойкёльн, давший название всему округу. До 1920 года Нойкёльн являлся самостоятельным городом, который до 1912 года назывался Риксдорфом (нем. Rixdorf), а затем был назван в честь бывшего берлинского города-спутника Кёлльна-на-Шпрее, поглощённого Берлином.

После создания «Большого Берлина» в 1920 году город Нойкёльн с близлежащими деревнями Бриц, Рудов и Букков был присоединён к немецкой столице в качестве городского округа. По причине высокой плотности населения округ Нойкёльн не был изменён в ходе административной реформы 2001 года, в результате которой произошло укрупнение округов столицы.

По причине того, что во времена разделения Берлина Нойкёльн располагался в непосредственной близи к Берлинской стене, район потерял привлекательность для населения, что отразилось на падении цен на жильё. В результате этого в районе возрос процент мигрантов, преимущественно из Турции и арабских стран. Сегодня 15 % населения района имеют турецкие корни и 10 % — арабские. После ликвидации Берлинской стены изоляция района исчезла, однако район продолжает считаться неблагополучным среди берлинцев. Хотя с 2000-х годов в северной части Нойкёльна, прилегающей к Кройцбергу наблюдаются процессы джентрификации.

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French Berlin-Neukölln

Berlin-Neukölln [ˌnɔɪ̯ˈkœln] est un quartier de Berlin, faisant partie de l'arrondissement de Neukölln. Lors de la création du Grand Berlin en 1920, Neukölln formait alors l'une des sept villes indépendantes qui furent annexées à la capitale. Pendant la séparation de la ville, Neukölln faisait partie de Berlin-Ouest.

Jusqu'en 1912, son nom officiel était Rixdorf.

Le quartier inspira à David Bowie son morceau instrumental "Neuköln", paru sur l'album "Heroes" (1977). Le chanteur résidait alors à Schöneberg, quartier voisin. Composé en collaboration avec Brian Eno, le morceau est l'une des trois pièces purement instrumentale de l'album et reflète, selon certains critiques, le sentiment de déracinement des immigrés turcs qui composent une part importante de la population du quartier. Ainsi, le final du morceau, quelques notes perçantes de saxophone interprétées par Bowie, semble retentir "d'un port solitaire, comme perdu dans le brouillard".

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Italian Neukölln

Neukölln è un quartiere (Ortsteil, in tedesco) di Berlino. Amministrativamente, appartiene all'omonimo distretto (Bezirk, in tedesco).

Il quartiere è uno dei più densamente popolati di Berlino, con una popolazione di 167 248 abitanti (2016). È caratterizzato da un'alta percentuale di immigrati, soprattutto di origine turca e russa. Negli ultimi anni, la zona più settentrionale di Neukölln, ossia quella a nord di Hermannplatz spesso nota come "Kreuzkölln" per via della confinanza con Kreuzberg, ha subìto una trasformazione e una gentrificazione e ha visto un enorme afflusso di studenti e artisti, rendendo la zona sempre più popolare.. L'adiacente strada Sonnenallee è invece tipicamente caratterizzata dalla presenza di bar, ristoranti e venditori arabi.

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zh 新克尔恩 (新克尔恩区)

新克爾恩(德語:Neukölln,德语:[nɔʏˈkœln] ( 聆聽))是德國柏林新克尔恩区的下属区之一。2009年,新克爾恩有人口154,127人。新克爾恩有柏林最高的移民人口比例,特別是土耳其人和俄羅斯人。近年北新克爾恩正經歷轉型,並在藝術家和學生中間成為一個受歡迎的居住區。

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Places located in Neukölln

Basilica of St. John the Baptist, Berlin

The Basilica of St. John the Baptist (German: Basilika St. Johannes der Täufer Patron von Breslau ) also called Basilica of St. John the Baptist Patron of Breslavia Is the Catholic cathedral seat of the Military Ordinariate of Germany. The church is located in the district of Neukölln in Berlin.The first stone of the basilica was placed in 1894. The architect of the project was August Menken, who had thought of the church as a basilica in the Romanesque style of the Rhine. The solemn inauguration of the church took place on May 8, 1897 in the presence of Emperor William II and Empress Augusta Victoria.

On December 3, 1906, Pope Pius X awarded the church the title of the Minor Basilica. From February 1, 2005, the church became the headquarters of the military regular of the Federal Government.

Berlin Sonnenallee station

Sonnenallee is a railway station in the Neukölln district of Berlin. It is served by the S-Bahn lines and and is located at the southeastern end of the major street of the same name, about which a film was produced in 1999.

Berlin-Neukölln station

Berlin-Neukölln is a railway station in the Neukölln district of Berlin with the same name. It is served by the S-Bahn lines , , , and and the U-Bahn line .

Opened as a station on the Ringbahn in 1872 the current station building was erected in 1930 by Alfred Grenander, enabling to exchange into the underground station opened that year. Until 1961 the station's name was Berlin Neukölln-Südring to refer to the S-Bahn. However, after the Berlin Wall was built, and as the S-Bahn was under the influence of the GDR government, the addition Südring was deleted. In 1980 the Ringbahn stopped business. 1992 after the Ringbahn connection was established again, the addition Südring is seen again. The next station is Grenzallee.

Estrel Hotel

The Estrel Berlin in Berlin is Europe’s largest convention, entertainment, and hotel complex, and with its 1,125 rooms the largest hotel in Germany. With a total turnover of 100.8 million DM (Deutsche Mark) in the year 2000, the Estrel became the hotel with the highest turnover in Germany, a status which it retained. In 2009 it had a turnover of 50.45 million Euros.

The Estrel employs a total of 450 people including trainees, in addition another 150 employees from outside companies and about 100 part-time employees.

Sonnenallee

The Sonnenallee is a street in Berlin, Germany, connecting the districts of Neukölln and Treptow-Köpenick. The street is 5 km long, crossing Baumschulenstraße at its south east end and terminating at Hermannplatz in the north west. Sonnenallee was constructed at the end of the 19th century. The area around the Sonnenallee was created to cater for the rural drift to the city of that period.

Köllnische Heide station

Köllnische Heide is a railway station in the Neukölln district of Berlin. It is served by the S-Bahn line , and .

Hermannstraße railway station

Berlin Hermannstraße is a railway station in the Neukölln district of Berlin. It is served by the S-Bahn lines , , , and and the U-Bahn line , of which it is the southern terminus. It was formerly also possible to transfer there to the Neukölln-Mittenwalde railway line, which is now only used for goods traffic.

Neue Welt

Neue Welt (English: New World) was a concert hall in Berlin, Germany. Neue Welt had two halls. The smaller one held 1,500 people, the larger one up to 3,000. Both were rebuilt around 1950. Adolf Hitler spoke at Neue Welt in 1930 to an audience containing Albert Speer who would later be appointed First Architect. From the 1960s until its closing in 1982, it was a popular venue for pop and rock concerts. Notable performers included Dio, Jimi Hendrix, Ted Nugent, Whitesnake and Bob Seger. Today there is a venue called Huxley's Neue Welt at this location.

Hermannplatz

Hermannplatz is a station in the Neukölln district of Berlin which serves as an interchange between the lines U 7 and U 8. Operated by the BVG, it is one of the busiest stations on the Berlin U-Bahn system.

Körnerpark

The Körnerpark is situated in Berlin Neukölln between Jonasstraße, Schierker Straße, Selkestraße and Wittmannsdorfer Straße. The approximately 2.4 hectare (about 5.93 acres) park resembles a palace garden. The feature in the eastern part of the park is a cascade with fountains. Opposite, to the west, an orangery houses a café and a gallery for temporary exhibitions, and forms the boundary of the park. During summer weekends the forecourt of the orangery is used for free concerts and performances. The northern part is dominated by a flower garden.

Boddinstraße

Boddinstraße is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the .

It was opened in 1927 (Alfred Fehse, Alfred Grenander). At that time trains could only go one station further to Leinestrasse. By 1928 the line was extended to Hermannstrasse. Grey tiles on the walls and blue tiles on the columns are the main attributes of this station.

Karl-Marx-Straße

Karl-Marx-Straße is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the line.

The station was opened in 1926 as "Bergstrasse," and renamed in 1946. Although Karl Marx was a hero of the socialist republic of East Germany, the station is in former West Berlin. In 1968, the station was elongated to 105m; due to this much of its original appearance was lost. In 1993, parts of the platform fell into the rail track and the station closed for a few days while repairs were made. The station is one stop from Neukölln station, where passengers can transfer to the S-Bahn.

Leinestraße

Leinestraße is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the line.

The station was built by Alfred Grenander and A. Fehse in 1929. In the 1930s the southern tunnel was extended towards Hermanstraße for the then-uncompleted extension of the U-Bahn to Hermanstraße. During World War II the tunnel served as air raid shelter.

In the 1960s the extended tunnel was used by Berlin Transport for parking of disused subway trains.

In 1996, the subway station at Hermanstraẞe was finally completed so travelers now have direct access to the Berlin S-Bahn one stop after Leinestrasse.The color of this station is light green, with green tiles on the walls.

Rathaus Neukölln

Rathaus Neukölln (Neukölln Town Hall) is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the line.

Neukölln (Südring) metro station

Neukölln is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the .

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named afterNeukölln (Südring) metro station
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