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  • Young Berliners garden in urban allotments
  • Young Berliners garden in urban allotments
    Susy Morris (2011) ©
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Young Berliners garden in urban allotments

Once popular exclusively with older generations, the allotment colonies on Berlin’s outskirts are now hot property among young Berliners looking to escape the concrete jungle. Is this green-thumbed pastime just the latest fad or a statement about urbanism and the environment?

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