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Nil StudentInnenkeller – Am Neuen Palais 10, Potsdam – Mit bewertet, basierend auf Bewertungen „Hi, falls jemand eine schwarze gefütterte. Nil StudentInnenkeller - Am Neuen Palais 10, Potsdam, Germany - Rated based on Reviews "Cheap Alkohol, nice people, clean Toilettes. Studentenklub in Potsdam - Der Nil-Klub öffnet frühestens wieder. Die Sanierung des Studentenkellers am Neuen Palais kostet Der Potsdamer Studentenkeller Nil Club soll zusätzlich am Tage als Potsdam - Der Studentenkeller Nil Club am Campus Neues Palais wird. Potsdam - Die Pläne für die Sanierung und Wiedereröffnung des geschlossenen Nil-Studentenklubs am Neuen Palais werden konkreter.
Der Nil StudentInnenkeller ist der größte Studentenclub in Potsdam. Der Club liegt direkt unter dem Neuen Palais und bietet in seinen Kellergewölben genug. Potsdams größter Studierendenklub, ehrenamtlich betrieben vom Nil e.V. seit Montags Kino, dienstags wechselnd, mittwochs Spieleabend, donnersta. NIL Club. Adresse. NIL Club. Am Neuen Palais Berlin. Google Maps. Kontaktmöglichkeiten. Diese Locations könntest du interessant finden. Kinderveranstaltungen alle. Hier ist der Name Programm. Musikstudenten könnten eine offene Bühne nutzen. Sportsbars Schlagerparty 5. Kirchen Coaching Dating alle. Chan gemma Club liegt direkt unter dem Neuen Palais und bietet in seinen Kellergewölben genug Platz für das umfangreiche Programm.
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Cultural Offerings. Photo: Karla Fritze. Further Informations. Filmpark Babelsberg More than just a theme park. Erlebnisquartier Schiffbauergasse Offers on the waterside creativity at its finest: the art and cultural scenes meet high-tech enterprises as exciting history meets a trend-setting future.
Special events are regularly organised, such as games evenings, karaoke or readings. Potsdam students like to meet at Line where they can visit exhibitions, play table tennis, or hang out and watch TV series.
In the Waschbar on Geschwister-Scholl-Strasse, you can do your laundry while enjoying a leisurely breakfast with friends.
The university also organises start-of-semester parties. Events like "Rubys Tuesday" now enjoy almost cult status.
Of course, lots of students also like to organise private parties in the various student residences. The Waschhaus is generally a place you should make a note of.
The area on Schiffbauergasse is referred to as "Kunstraum" and showcases young contemporary art. This is also the home of the Hans-Otto-Theater.
I came here about a year ago. Actually, it's all to do with a professor at the Hasso Plattner Institute. I was doing an internship in Singapore at the time and I had to do a lot of research for it.
While I was doing this, I read some very interesting articles by one particular author. I did some more research and eventually found out where he was teaching.
I got in touch with him and he eventually advised me to apply to do my Master's. I didn't actually know much about Germany at the time.
I could speak a little German before I came here. And, of course, I wrote to my professor a lot. I also applied to the Studentenwerk for student accommodation six months beforehand and also for a scholarship with the DAAD.
I got both. Living in student accommodation helps a lot. I'd advise everyone to apply. Germany offers lots of benefits.
I think that's really great. The Semesterticket is also really useful. It allows me to travel by bus and train for free.
The language and culture. It was all very alien to me. And the food too. It took several months for me to get used to it.
It's totally different to Asian food. Registering with the authorities was very difficult for me. I had to arrange everything on my own and back then my German wasn't very good.
It is situated on the River Havel some 25 kilometres 16 miles southwest of Berlin's city centre. Potsdam was a residence of the Prussian kings and the German Kaiser until Its planning embodied ideas of the Age of Enlightenment : through a careful balance of architecture and landscape, Potsdam was intended as "a picturesque, pastoral dream" which would remind its residents of their relationship with nature and reason.
The city lies in an area of interconnected lakes and is distinguished by a series of cultural landmarks, in particular the parks and palaces of Sanssouci , the largest World Heritage Site in Germany.
The Potsdam Conference in was held at Cecilienhof Palace. Babelsberg , in the south-eastern part of Potsdam, was already by the s the home of a major film production studio and it has enjoyed success as an important center of European film production since the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The Filmstudio Babelsberg is the oldest large-scale film studio in the world. Potsdam developed into a centre of science in Germany in the 19th century.
Today, there are three public colleges, the University of Potsdam , and more than 30 research institutes in the city. The area was formed from a series of large moraines left after the last glacial period.
Today, only one quarter of the city is built up, the rest remaining as green space. Potsdam is divided into seven historic city Bezirke and nine new Stadtteile villages , which joined the city in The appearance of the city quarters is quite different.
Those in the north and in the centre consist mainly of historical buildings, the south of the city is dominated by larger areas of newer buildings.
The city of Potsdam is divided into 34 Stadtteile or quarters ,  which are divided further into 84 statistical Bezirke.
For the history of all incorporations, see the relevant section on incorporation and spin-offs. Structure with statistical numbering: .
Low averages below freezing for almost all winter causing snows that are frequent and winters are cold, but not as stringent as inland locations or with greater influence from the same.
The average winter high temperature is 3. Snow is common in the winter. Spring and autumn are short. Summers are mild, with a high of The name "Potsdam" originally seems to have been Poztupimi.
A common theory is that it derives from an old West Slavonic term meaning "beneath the oaks",  i. However some question this explanation.
The area around Potsdam shows signs of occupancy since the Bronze Age and was part of Magna Germania as described by Tacitus.
After the great migrations of the Germanic peoples, Slavs moved in and Potsdam was probably founded after the 7th century as a settlement of the Hevelli tribe centred on a castle.
It gained its town charter in In , it was still a small market town of 2, inhabitants. Potsdam lost nearly half of its population due to the Thirty Years' War — A continuous Hohenzollern possession since , Potsdam became prominent, when it was chosen in as the hunting residence of Frederick William I , Elector of Brandenburg , the core of the powerful state that later became the Kingdom of Prussia.
It also housed Prussian barracks. After the Edict of Potsdam in , Potsdam became a centre of European immigration. The edict accelerated population growth and economic recovery.
Later, the city became a full residence of the Prussian royal family. The buildings of the royal residences were built mainly during the reign of Frederick the Great.
One of these is the Sanssouci Palace French: "without cares", by Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff , , famed for its formal gardens and Rococo interiors.
Other royal residences include the New Palace and the Orangery. In , at the formation of the Province of Brandenburg , Potsdam became the provincial capital until , except for a period between and when Berlin was the provincial capital as it became once again after The province comprised two governorates named after their capitals Potsdam and Frankfurt Oder.
Between and , the city of Potsdam served as capital of the governorate of Potsdam German : Regierungsbezirk Potsdam.
The Regierungsbezirk encompassed the former districts of Uckermark , the Mark of Priegnitz, and the greater part of the Middle March.
It was situated between Mecklenburg and the Province of Pomerania on the north, and the Province of Saxony on the south and west Berlin, with a small surrounding district, was an urban governorate and enclave within the governorate of Potsdam between and , then it merged as urban district into the governorate only to be disentangled again from Potsdam governorate in , becoming a distinct province-like entity on 1 April Towards the north west the governorate was bounded by the rivers Elbe and the Havel, and on the north east by the Oder.
The south eastern boundary was to the neighbouring governorate of Frankfurt Oder. The traditional towns in the governorate were small, however, in the course of the industrial labour migration some reached the rank of urban districts.
After its disentanglement a number of its suburbs outside Berlin's municipal borders grew to towns, many forming urban Bezirke within the governorate of Potsdam such as Charlottenburg , Lichtenberg , Rixdorf after Neukölln , and Schöneberg all of which, as well as Köpenick and Spandau, incorporated into Greater Berlin in The urban Bezirke were years indicating the elevation to rank of urban Bezirk or affiliation with Potsdam governorate, respectively :.
Berlin was the capital of Prussia and later of the German Empire , but the court remained in Potsdam, where many government officials settled.
This symbolised a coalition of the military Reichswehr and Nazism. The conference ended with the Potsdam Agreement and the Potsdam Declaration.
Many historic buildings, some of them badly damaged in the war, were demolished. In the GDR disestablished its federal states and replaced them by smaller new East German administrative districts known as Bezirke.