Located at the centre of Berlin, the former heating station is a piece of Berlin’s industrial history. Built around the same time as the Berlin Wall, it produced energy for central East Berlin. After the building stood abandoned since 1997, it was rescued by Dimitri Hegemann in 2006 and a part of the space reopened as his internationally renowned techno club Tresor.
Today, this formerly silenced Berlin power station is known as one of the most significant cultural spots in the city. Resonating with raw energy, the vibrant gigantic place hosts various large-scale art and cultural events all year long and is also a home to the festival Berlin Atonal.
Köpenicker Straße 70,
U-Bahn: U8 (Heinrich-Heine-Straße)
S-Bahn: S3, S5, S7, S9, S75 (Jannowitzbrücke)
Buses: 165, 265 (Michaelkirchstr.)
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