Art / CultureDuring the Weimar Republic in the 1920s, Berlin saw an innovative period of cultural revival. Artists were drawn to the city which became a symbol for alternative, free living, with street theatre and a blossoming cabaret scene. Berlin has retrieved its artistic and cultural identity since then, and is today home to numerous artists and art lovers. With galleries around every corner, and museums for every period and genre, the city’s devotion to art is unmistakable. With its many theatres, concert venues, and street festivals such as the Carnival of the World’s Cultures, one is sure to take part in its integrating cultural scene.