The colorful pennants and flags in the Choriner Straße in Prenzlauer Berg are a real eye-catcher. They shimmy from a house facade, crossing the entire street, to the next wall and are a popular photo spot among photographers in Berlin.
The reason for the many pennants is the annual Choriner street festival. The colorful flags are hung up at this neighborhood festival with music and dance every year and new flags are added. The annual Choriner street festival is an integral part of the neighborhood. The rather quiet street gets a very special flair through the ornamental pennants.
The Choriner Straße stretches from Torstraße to Schönhauser Allee, leading to the famous Kulturbrauerei, an old brewery, where many cultural events take place. The Choriner Straße is a parallel street to the lively Kastanienallee. The facades on the left and right of the street are partly typical old Berlin buildings. All facades have been re-plastered in recent years.
A visit to the Choriner Straße is recommended in good weather conditions, so that the pennants and their colorful colors are also clearly visible in the photo. The diversity of motifs for a photo in Choriner Straße is high and dependent on the creativity of the photographer.
Choriner StraßeChoriner Straße 33
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- Public Transport: Underground: U2 Eberswalder Straße or Senefelder Platz, tram: M1 or 12 Schwedter Straße | Choriner Straße can be easily reached via Oderberger Straße or Schwedter Straße.