Berliners are being asked to take part in a series of test runs ahead of the grand opening of the long-awaited BER airport.
A total of 20,000 volunteers are needed to go through the motions of a passenger’s typical day at the airport, apart from takeoff.
The majority of the tests will take place from July through mid-October.
About 400,000 visitors attended the city’s Green Week, spending more than 52 million euros on food, drink and other goods.
Any leftovers meant good news for the non-profit Berliner Tafel. Over 11 tons of food, including bread, sausages, and fruit, were distributed to about 5,500 people in need.
Tristan the Tyrannosaurus Rex is going on a trip. The 66-million-year-old, 12-meter long dinosaur is heading to Copenhagen for the rest of 2020.
Originally unearthed in Montana, Tristan the T-Rex has been a fixture of the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin for the past four years.
Approximately 25,000 visitors stopped by the museum this weekend to say goodbye to Tristan – at least for now. For visitors who missed seeing the dinosaur up close this time, there’s good news. He’ll return to the city in 2021.
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