In 2017, students at Kreuzberg’s Refik Veseli School have collaborated with the Jewish Museum Berlin to develop a digital treasure hunt for teens and adults.
The app-based treasure hunt leads to sites of resistance in Berlin’s Kreuzberg neighborhood and centers on questions such as: Whom do we see in urban space? Who is left out? Which stories are told?
Around their neighborhood, the students sought answers for these questions and came upon people protesting injustice, including the Jewish resistance fighter Hanni Mayer and members of the initiative Kotti & Co.
With the digital walking tour Through X-BRG by App, you can get to know a new side of Kreuzberg. Simply download the free app “App durch X-BRG” (in German) with your tablet or smartphone.
The walking tour takes about two hours and includes fun missions, background information, audio, videos, and much more.
- First, download the free Actionbound app: https://en.actionbound.com/download/?setlang
- Then, use the app to scan one of the QR codes on this page. You can choose from two versions, Depending on whether you will be using the app alone or with a group.
- When you scan the QR code, most of the content of will download right away, so you do not need an Internet connection during the walk. However, some content such as videos or images from external servers will only be loaded if your device is connected to the Internet.
With the support of the Friends of the Jewish Museum Berlin