The World’s Largest Street Art Museum Is Opening in Berlin

Berlin is to street art what Paris is to cafes and Amsterdam is to canals. Long known as the most “bombed” (or, “tagged”) city in Europe, the UNESCO City of Design is home to the world’s longest open-air gallery, a barrage of mind-blowing murals splashed across its concrete canvases, and—opening September 16—the world’s biggest museum devoted entirely to street art: the Museum for Urban Contemporary Art.

When the final tags dry in Berlin’s buzzing Schöneberg neighborhood, the five-story indoor-outdoor explosion of graffiti, paste-ups, and towering acrylic designs will

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