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Should you happen to be obsessed with sugar, there may be questions that you would like answered.
Questions such as 'why is sugarloaf translated as hat in German?', or 'what is the connection between toads and sugar?'
Fear not, this unique little museum in the northern quarter of Berlin has all of the answers you could possibly want, and quite a few more. Somehow it ties sugar in with all sorts of things, from art and crafts to trade, biology and politics.
The exhibition also includes birds made from sugar, a grinding mill from Bolivia, a scale model of the oldest sugar beet processing factory in the world, and the wide range of uses that sugar can be put to.
These, by the way, include the creation of car interiors, cardboards, vinegar, alcohol, fertilizer and animal feed.
Editor & Berlin Local