Neukölln ("NewCölln") is located in the south-east of Berlin towards Berlin Schönefeld Airport. This district is the most populated one with highest percentage of immigrants with influx of students, creatives and western immigrants. It is adjacent to Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, borders with Treptow-Köpenick in the east, Tempelhof-Schöneberg in the west and the Stadtring motorway in the south. Rixdorf village church, Şehitlik Mosque, Neuköllner Oper are some of the star attractions of this district.
Neukölln is well-connected to the other regions of the city and is located on the ring. It has many rail stations and among them Hermannplatz, Hermannstraße, Berlin-Neuköllnact act as interchanges. The U-Bahn Line U7 and U8 are backbone of public transport of this district and S-Bahn routes (S41, S42, S45, S46, S47) run through parts of Neukölln.
Neukölln is known for its high immigrant population and is considered to be a highly up-coming neighbourhood of Berlin. Northern Neukölln(known as Kreuzkölln) has seen a huge influx of money and has become trendy. As on 2018, the average price is around 3000 €/m2
Living space per capita : 35.46 €/m2
Neukölln is well known for its innovative galleries and is a bliss for creative folks. Cell 63 Art Gallery (Allerstraße 38) is a platform that hosts splendid exhibitions, such as ‘Shades Neukolln’. Kunststueck(Braunschweiger Straße 64) is a place to check out contemporary art and a place that creates platform for artists. It’s worth visiting Kunstverein Neukölln(Mainzer Straße 42) that exhibits the works of over 400 local and international artists besides concerts, lectures, etc.,
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