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The Döner Safari is an interactive urban expedition about the Turkish migration to Berlin and how the döner made the multicultural community a success. In smaller groups our participants are sent out on their own to explore the district of Kreuzberg, also called Little Istanbul. Their mission is to trace the history of the döner, and along the way they will get to know a former gang, a treehouse placed at the former no mans land, a famous döner chef and many more.
Duration: 3 hours
Relevant subjects: German, social studies, history and arts.
Learning methods: Co-creation with group assignments, interviews, story telling, map reading.
Special notes: The expedition can be booked with our without a visit to the Omar Mashari Mosque. If you wish to visit the mosque, we need to know at least five days beforehand. No extra costs. In smaller groups, participants will be exploring the community on their own for approx. 1 hour.