The Rummelsburg Bay is one of the nicest bays in the south east of Berlin. It lies between Lichtenberg and Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, or let's say north of the Stralau peninsula. Until the 19th century it was also called the Lake Stralau. In the south, where the bay meets the river Spree, we find two Islands, the Isle of Love and the 'Kratzbruch', a nature reserve.
A well known inhabitant on the Stralau peninsula was Heinrich Zille, a painter an author. In that time, the Stralau peninsula was a party area, a must for the Berliners. The most famous tourist here perhaps was Karl Marx, who spend summer and autumn 1837 in Stralau.
After the Second World War the Rummelsburg Bay wqas buried in oblibion. Only a few old ruins and houses make us take a trip down memory lane to the golden days of the bay. But now, life is back.
A famous tale about the Spree Fjord is written by Ulrich Plenzdorf, the legend of Paul an Paula, a cult film in the GDR. The Paul an Paula Ufer is named after the film.
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