Seminaris Science & Conference Center Berlin
The Seminaris Science & Conference Center "The Dahlem Cube" which belongs to the Seminaris Campus Hotel is centrally located in Dahlem in direct vicinity to Freie Universität.
Seminaris Science & Conference Center
The Dahlem Cube
14195 Berlin, Germany
Berlin Dahlem is not only famous for the university campus and for being a beautiful residential area but also for the multitude of museums and the botanic garden. Thus it is just a short walk e.g. to the
- Brücke Museum,
(Art of the 20th century; Brücke was the name of the first group of vangard artists founded 1905 in Dresden)
- Museum for Asian Art,
- Domain Dahlem
(an agro-historical open air museum),
- Botanical Garden & Botanical Museum,
The new Berlin, host of the 7th ECSR, presents itself to visitors as a cosmopolitan city.
The Brandenburg Gate, once a symbol of the divided Germany, has become the emblem of the German capital.
In an area of about 891 km2, Berlin unites a large number of urban districts, which are completely different in character. Of the 3.4 million inhabitants of Berlin, approximately 434,000 people come from more than 180 different nations and provide Berlin with a large variety of life-styles and cultures. Berlin is one of the prime locations for science or research facilities and the media. With about 140,000 students, Berlin is Germany‘s largest university city.
Berlin‘s cultural scene offers unlimited opportunities for leisure activities: Three opera houses, four large musical theaters, over 150 theaters and numerous cabaret-theaters, 170 museums and collections as well as 300 art galleries and 130 cinemas.
The Museumsinsel (Museum Island) with its world-famous museums was inscribed on UNESCO‘s World Heritage list in 1999. Especially the Kurfürstendamm, Friedrichstrasse and Potsdamer Platz are ideal places for extensive shopping trips.
In addition, the historical city of Potsdam in the neighbouring Land of Brandenburg, with its historic palaces, gardens and numerous architectural highlights invites visitors to stay for a while. Another popular destination is the Spreewald, a marshy woodland area along the river Spree in the Mark Brandenburg.