Lichtenberg is a rising star amongst Berlin’s districts, which shows huge potential for growth in coming years. The former working-class neighbourhood in Berlin’s East has undergone significant changes in recent times. It is far enough from the bustling city centre to provide a quieter, more peaceful lifestyle, yet close enough that everything is within easy reach. There is plenty of green space along the banks of the Spree at Rummelsburg, and several museums and monuments to its former history as part of East Germany. The extensive residential areas offer a large number of attractive Altbau buildings, and the affordable prices have made Lichtenberg an appealing alternative for many. Accordingly, the area has seen the highest population growth in the city, and is expected to continue to grow considerably in coming years.
Early classicist palace, dating to 1685
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