The residents of Pariser Platz
The Pariser Platz, the square to the east of the Brandenburg Gate, during the German division situated in the middle of the Berlin sector border, at the interface of East and West. So the place was a symbol of the division and since 1989 a symbol of the reunion. Once the square was the entrance to the city, at the beginning of the axis Unter den Linden, directly to the Berlin City Palace. Today it is both a political and a tourist place.
The residents of Pariser Platz feel a special commitment to this history. This is how the neighboring community Pariser Platz emerged - as an ideational circle of companies, institutions, embassies and foundations. The Community pursues the goal of giving the square a sense of substance; in the sense of its symbolic reminder as a place for peace and freedom.
Contributing to this are events such as discussions, readings, and last but not least the Pariser Platz speech with topics such as "Future for all" and "A new enlightenment for a 'full' world" with renowned guests from all over the world.
More information about the residents and the events: