Playgrounds of Berlin – A photo essay

Wood, rope, metal, recycled tires. Sand, grass, brick, cobblestones. Benches, foliage, shade. Inventive, inviting designs. Suitable for little kids, engaging for pre-teens, durable enough for adults. Whimsical. Surprising. Never boring. All over the city. No two alike.

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Trampoline Park, Prenzlauer Berg

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Trampoline park, Prenzlauer Berg

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Rope swing, Frankenstrasse, Schoeneberg

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Treehouse, Frankenstrasse, Schoeneberg

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“Who cleans up the bodies at the end of the day?” Winterfeldmarkt, Schoeneberg

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Connected swings. Winterfeldmarkt, Schoeneberg

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Winterfeldmarkt, Schoeneberg

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A closed airport finds new life as bike/skate park, with plenty of grass for group games, picnics and concerts. Tempelhof Airport park, Kreuzberg

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Winterfeldmarktplatz on a non-market day, Schoeneberg

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Victoria Park, Kreuzberg

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Mount Mitte, Mitte

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Ropes course with automobiles. Mount Mitte, Mitte.

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