Published on March 25th, 2013 | by Ozlem Avcioglu


Pauly Saal, Berlin, Germany

Pauly Saal bar, restaurant and garden  is in the former Jüdische Mädchenschule, or Jewish girls’ school, was built in Mitte in 1928 and was taken over by the Nazis as early as 1930. The Pauly Bar, which might as well be the set of a 1930s gentlemen’s club with its dark green walls, buttery brown leather chairs and Persian rugs is the the dining room, too..The courtyard, a charming brick patio where you can eat lunch in the afternoon or sip a cocktail at night, was used for deportations until 1941, after which the school passed through a series of owners.

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Ozlem Avcioglu

Each city has its own light, identity and color ️Traveler photographer writer owner of Haaz design. Based in Istanbul and NY, live around the world.

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