Yesterday was the last day of the event called World’s Leading Business Event for Consumer Electronics and Home Appliances, or shortly IFA 2011, held in Berlin, Germany between September 2-7. The show was aimed to allow the greatest electronics manufacturers in the world present their latest products. World’s Leading Business Event for Consumer Electronics and Home Appliances was open for 6 days and draw under the same roof the electronic items people would use for the next 12 months. IFA 2011 Berlin took place at Berlin International Exhibition Centre and it was organised by MESSE BERLIN GMBH GFU. The global trade show is the common point for most retailers, buyers and experts in electronics industry. 2011’s most appreciated innovations were the TVs using smart technology. A very recent invention made by Toshiba more »
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Love Parade tragedy sets the organisation of Love Parade 2011 into shadow. Will Love Parade take place in 2011 and if so, when is it? Many electronic music fans are waiting anxiously an official reply to these questions. Even if the tragedy of Love Parade 2010 is still fresh in our minds, Berlin prepares another great surprise for its visitors – an alternative to Love Parade – “Summer Rave” on June, 4th, where more than 10.000 visitors are waited to come. The music festival will draw on the same stage great DJ names such as Westbam, Marusha, Electro Ferris (Deichkind), Yeomen and Lützenkirchen. It is the second time when the event takes place. Visitors must be at least 18 und must have their ID with them. You are not allowed to bring your own food and drinks but you can buy them from there, at good prices. Tickets can be bought online and printed at home. Summer Rave will take place this year at Flughafen Tempelhof (Airport Tempelhof).
Jewish Museum of Berlin
The Jewish Museum in Berlin is the anual organizer of the Hanukkah Christmas Market. What is basically Hanukkah Market? The Berlin Hanukkah market sells Israelian specialties, date paste and candied fruit and also all sorts of Hanukkah lamps, mezuzots, and dreidel. However, entertainment occupies an important place in organizing Hanukkah Christmas Market in Berlin. On Sunday afternoon visitors can listen to Klezmer music and Yiddish songs. This festival lasts for eight days and it celebrates the cleaning and rededication of the temple in Jerusalem over two millennia ago.