Café Sibylle

Café Sibylle

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Recommended by 25 out of 39 cyclists


  • Martin Donat

    Café Sibylle is a cult on Karl-Marx-Allee. Here a permanent exhibition tells the story of the "Milchtrinkhalle" opened in 1953. Probably the most bizarre object in the café is the Stalin ear, which is presented in a shrine. Of course not the real one: it comes from the huge statue of Stalin, which until 1961 left its mark on the street scene of Karl-Marx-Allee (then Stalinallee).

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    • June 14, 2019

  • Dieter

    Opened in 1953 as a coffee house with the idiosyncratic name "Milchtrinkhalle", very popular from the beginning and named Sibylle since the mid-sixties, the corresponding website:

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    • October 9, 2017

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    17.7 mi
    10.4 mph
    375 ft
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    10.2 mph
    525 ft
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Location: Berlin, Germany


  • Elevation40 m

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