Top 26 Berlin Quotes

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“My grandfather had been a well-known judge in Berlin.”

― Arnon Goldfinger

“I love deep cleavage on the foot. It reminds me of Berlin in 1930s, ‘Cabaret.’”

― Christian Louboutin

“I love Berlin.”

― Claire Danes

“Berlin is like being abroad in Germany. It’s German, but not provincial.”

― Claudia Schiffer

“And of course I like Berlin a lot. It’s such an interesting city.”

― Daniel Libeskind

“As a composer, Dylan now fits comfortably alongside George Gershwin or Irving Berlin, though he grumpily refuses to wear any man’s collar.”

― Douglas Brinkley

“Dietz and Schwartz have sort of fallen by the wayside a little bit, and they are up there with Rodgers and Hart and Irving Berlin and Cole Porter. They are the finest of the revue composers – their stuff is so good and so strong.”

― Douglas Carter Beane

“Berlin has a uniquely haunting nature, symbolic of a problematic system that was created to oppress and divide a nation.”

― Edward Burtynsky

“I like museums in Berlin a lot, especially in the eastern part. They’re extraordinarily good.”

― Elliott Erwitt

“Whoever lives in Berlin note, and doesn’t die of Liberalism, will never die of vexation!”

― Ferdinand Lassalle

“I met Jared Leto at Soho House in Berlin.”

― Gabrielle Aplin

“I liked Germany; I’m not into Berlin, it’s too huge and empty and imposing, but Munich was good.”

― Graham Coxon

“In ‘The Serpent’s Egg,’ I created a Berlin which no one recognized, not even I.”

― Ingmar Bergman

“Berlin is well on its way to becoming one of the most vibrant startup hubs in the world.”

― Jawed Karim

“Irving Berlin was the greatest songwriter of all time. I was in awe of him. But his music wasn’t my music. My music was the blues.”

― Jerry Leiber

“In 2013, we opened our first international office in London and established a European hub in Berlin.”

― Jon Oringer

“On the little money I had collected I lived in Berlin very cheaply, ate very cheaply. And already in 1920 I saved the first salaries I received to go to Munich.”

― Josef Albers

“The Berlin of the ’20s formed the foundation of my future education… the Berlin of the UFA studios, of Fritz Lang, Lubitsch and Erich Pommer. The Berlin of the architects Gropius, Mendelsohn and Mies van der Rohe. The Berlin of the painters Max Libermann, Grosz, Otto Dix, Klee and Kandinsky.”

― Ken Adam

“Berlin is my favourite city.”

― Logan Lerman

“I remember Berlin. Berlin to me was the star of the film. I loved for six months that we filmed there.”

― Marton Csokas

“I grew up in East Berlin, in a family of artists.”

― Nina Hagen

“When the Berlin Wall came down the Americans cried, ‘Victory,’ and walked off the field.”

― Paul Keating

“I then remained in Berlin until Dec. 1938, spending my time between pictures at my villa on the Riviera.”

― Pola Negri

“I was a foreign correspondent in Berlin in the mid-’90s.”

― Rick Atkinson

“Eight months after graduating from Ryerson, there I was in West Berlin working with Marlene Dietrich and David Bowie and Kim Novak.”

― Rory MacLean

“With the Berlin I was able to set up a fortress that he could come near but not breach.”

― Vladimir Kramnik
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