Manhattan–Straße der Jugend

Manhattan lies in Brandenburg. Amongst the lush green in an idyllic surrounding and merely an hour's drive from Berlin. Manhattan is what the village residents have been calling the two high-rises in Oderbruch for years. Nearly every village resident lived here for some part of their life. Today one block is vacant. In the other, only 12 from 40 apartements are inhabited.
A photographic work about poverty in Germany.
2012

Manhattan–Straße der Jugend

Manhattan lies in Brandenburg. Amongst the lush green in an idyllic surrounding and merely an hour's drive from Berlin. Manhattan is what the village residents have been calling the two high-rises in Oderbruch for years. Nearly every village resident lived here for some part of their life. Today one block is vacant. In the other, only 12 from 40 apartements are inhabited.
A photographic work about poverty in Germany.
2012

Manhattan–Straße der Jugend

Manhattan lies in Brandenburg. Amongst the lush green in an idyllic surrounding and merely an hour's drive from Berlin. Manhattan is what the village residents have been calling the two high-rises in Oderbruch for years. Nearly every village resident lived here for some part of their life. Today one block is vacant. In the other, only 12 from 40 apartements are inhabited.
A photographic work about poverty in Germany.
2012

Manhattan–Straße der Jugend

Manhattan lies in Brandenburg. Amongst the lush green in an idyllic surrounding and merely an hour's drive from Berlin. Manhattan is what the village residents have been calling the two high-rises in Oderbruch for years. Nearly every village resident lived here for some part of their life. Today one block is vacant. In the other, only 12 from 40 apartements are inhabited.
A photographic work about poverty in Germany.
2012

Manhattan–Straße der Jugend

Manhattan lies in Brandenburg. Amongst the lush green in an idyllic surrounding and merely an hour's drive from Berlin. Manhattan is what the village residents have been calling the two high-rises in Oderbruch for years. Nearly every village resident lived here for some part of their life. Today one block is vacant. In the other, only 12 from 40 apartements are inhabited.
A photographic work about poverty in Germany.
2012

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