"American Gangster" is also the story of a dedicated and honest policeman, Richie Roberts, who heads up a joint narcotics task force with the Federal government.
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Great place for going out. There are concerts, parties, art exhibitions, and during the summer months open air cinema and barbecue ("Bratwürste" - fried sausages). Very popular: the 80s party called "Don't you want me" - quite packed, but they usually open up the big "Maschinenhalle" in order to create more dancing space.
If you wanna take a little break, walk into the direction of the "Fabrik" and enjoy the view over the Havel river.
Dress Code: no dress code, quite relaxed
Frederick the Great developed a park full of magical Baroque castles and stunning gardens in Potsdam, just outside Berlin. On Castle Night they are illuminated late into the night so that visitors can enjoy their beauty.
Though not included in Frederick's original plan, the is a highlight of Berlin's summer activities. Visitors to the event have the opportunity to visit the buildings in the area, which in 1990 were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Frederick's Castle Sanssouci, as well as the breathtaking New Palace and the ornate Chinese House, all stay open late.
As the sun sets over Tiefer Lake, the grandeur of the castles becomes even more apparent, as special, atmospheric lighting is cast upon the stunning baroque exteriors. A programme of classical music and cabaret accompanies the view.
Dress Code: No dress code
In town they have a genuine American Countrybar "Pot-Still", complete with Confederate flag. There's live musik on Samstag! And 100 sorten whiskey! Wunderbar!!! I’m not making this up. Tucked away on a side street in Potsdam, Germany, you can find an old-school honky-tonk. We were most impressed.
This is a kind of 'I did it myself' bar or Café. The young waiters are having fun to work there and sell - it tastes lik mothers made cake and waffels.
Dress Code: no not realy