Berlin, known for its cosmopolitan character, presents a sensory landscape that vividly reflects its diverse population. The city's auditory and olfactory experiences are a mosaic of multicultural influences. The sounds of different languages, echoing through the streets and public spaces, blend with the music from various cultural traditions. The aromas of various cuisines complement this auditory diversity, each representing the city's ethnic communities. From the tantalizing smells of street food to the inviting scents from international restaurants, Berlin's smellscape is as diverse as its soundscape. My initial research in Berlin focused on understanding how these sensory elements interact and how immigration has been a driving force in shaping this sensory diversity.​​​​​​​
Berlin central station
Berlin S Bahn
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