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2%). There are open alcohol problems in the neighbourhood but on the other hand there seems to be a good variety of Turkish organisations such as sport and fan clubs, with meeting rooms where people of different age groups can socialise. Unemployment is particularly high, but available figures do not distinguish the study area from the former Wedding district. 3 per cent of the unemployed. Trade and businesses have declined in the study area, following the general downward trend of the spending power of the 31 population, with many commercial spaces remaining vacant.
L ic h t e n b e r g X I . R e in ic k e n d o r f X I I . Source: IBB, (2002). 30 Reinickendorferstrasse/Pankstrasse (Mitte) This area is located in the new inner city district of Mitte, created by the addition of the former districts of Mitte, Tiergarten and Wedding. It is situated in the heart of the former district of Wedding. It consists of at least two areas divided by the local train system, the S-Bahn. 5 square kilometres, densely populated (13 500 inhabitants), which would amount to a population density of 27 000 inhabitants per square kilometre, as compared with 10 330 for the former Wedding district and 3 880 for all of Berlin.
5 sq. km district of Mitte occupies a core position in the city. In addition to the concentration of Berlin government offices, Mitte hosts some of the most important bodies of the German federal government, such as the Reichstag, the Chancellor’s Office, and several ministries. The district includes the transportation hubs of Zoo Station and Alexander Platz as well as Berlin’s central station now under construction at Lehrter Stadtbahnhof. The historical axis along the Prussian boulevard of Unter den Linden and the newly built central business and amusement district of Potsdamer Platz also make part of Mitte’s economic, cultural and symbolic centrality.