Rotting food, cigarette butts, old furniture: these items litter the streets of Berlin — and reflect the mentality of the inhabitants of the German capital, thinks Gero Schliess.
City cleaning efforts are laughable.
- Gero Schliess (ad)
Each time when American friends of mine visit me in Berlin, they actually praise the city for its cleanliness.
That’s when I start to pity my pals.
Berlin’s streets and bridges reek of urine, mountains of trash can be found in our parks.
“Accidentally” forgotten debris…