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a king in his own way. Here you can walk along the littered streets amongst the debilitating buildings, or even have a friendly conversation with a filthy hobo living in a cardboard box, all within a few blocks! But there are happier sites as well. While here, you can also sit and watch live entertainment at the Odeon, or participate in authentic German classes at the “Hindenburg Schule,” or even enjoy an authentic German meal at the “Restaurant zum Nussbaum,” just to name a few. While a good portion of the sim is geared towards shopping, this doesn’t take away from the look and feel of the city. The shops are filled with authentic German goods of the 1920s, including home furnishings, stylish hairdos, and of course authentic apparel for both men and women. Not up to date on the happenings of the times? While wandering the town, you can pick up a copy of the local newspaper and read more about the highlights of the times. There are so many amazing recreations in this city that it’s hard to name just a few. Yet one of the most fascinating features of this sim is the Official Library of the 1920s Berlin Project. In this one small building there is an astounding number of resources on Berlin, including the architecture, intellectual life, culture,

AVENUE Magazine September 2010  

Stay ahead in your Second Life® and read about Philip Linden's post SLCC perspectives, exploring The Berlin Project sim, rocking with Manki...

AVENUE Magazine September 2010  

Stay ahead in your Second Life® and read about Philip Linden's post SLCC perspectives, exploring The Berlin Project sim, rocking with Manki...