Berlin has plenty of magic cafés in every corner. This is one of them. It’s quiet and it has a mixture of lights and furniture that really catches me. Cakes and coffees are also very tasty.
Address
K Fetisch, Wildenbruchstrasse 86, 12045, Berlin, Germany
Current city: Berlin
I was born and raised in Spain. I moved to Berlin some months ago and this city got a hold of my soul. I am trying to find my own path in life, wishing that Photography can be my thing. I think I am lost in many ways, but when I have a camera in my hands I feel good.
 

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