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Ring Center 2

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September 19, 2019
At the district border between Friedrichshain and Lichtenberg lies the Ring-Center, a shopping centre ensemble of three different buildings separated by the train station Frankfurter Allee. The excellent public transport connection and the location at the main road Frankfurter Allee makes the centre…
August 7, 2019
Shopping Center Close by. Take the U2 from Samariterstrasse > 1 Stop > Exit Frankfurter Allee Opening Hours: Monday - Saturday > 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM Sunday Closed
February 9, 2019
Big shopping mall including restaurants, gym, drugstore, supermarkets, lots more...
December 11, 2018
Many different stores in a shopping center (clothes, food, books etc.)
August 28, 2018
You can get here all materials in need, nearly all kind of shops represented. Big place for shopping just around the corner. Not a highlife, stylish mall, but convenient.

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