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Young immigrants find the German capital to be hip and cheap
– and still contains traces of its Jewish past.
Their new life began four hours by plane away from Tel Aviv.
“It’s strange,” says Avisar Lev, 35.
“I immediately felt at home in Berlin, for the first time in my life.”
When he and his wife, Noa Golan, moved to the German capital three months ago,
they only took their most important belongings: their cat Buja and their dog Lucy.
All the restrictions and constraints of their Israeli life were left behind.