Berlin – Experiments on electricity, lectures by scientists like Albert Einstein and readings by famous writers like Heinrich Böll, Max Frisch and Günter Grass – the Berlin Urania, founded in 1888, looks back on a long history of imparting knowledge. Now the educational institution is facing a fresh start. The location in Schöneberg, the seat of Urania since 1962, is to be modernized – and at the same time expanded into a center for democracy and citizen dialogue. A visit.
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