Berlin, Germany

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The Berlin graticule is at latitude 52, longitude 13. Today's location

It completely encloses the cities of Berlin and Potsdam. It extends as far as Zehdenick and Joachimsthal to the north, Luckenwalde to the south, Storkow and Falkenberg to the east and Potsdam to the west. It also contains a part of the Spreewald and some nice lakes, and a lot of arable land, particularly in Brandenburg.

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Local Geohashers[edit]

Name Base* Recent activity Active? GPS? Bike? Car? Boat?
Hiro Protagonist 43, -79 till June 11 recent activity Active - Regular No Yes No
davidc Neukoelln recent activity Active - Occasional Yes No No
Kattapa Neukoelln recent activity Active - Occasional No Yes No
Phoenix Spandau recent activity Active - Occasional Yes Yes Yes
Hessophanes Charlottenburg recent activity Active - Occasional Yes Yes Yes
pari  ? recent activity Active - Occasional Yes Yes No
lyx Moabit recent activity Active - Occasional Yes Yes No Yes
plypkie Friedrichshain recent activity Active - Occasional Yes Yes No No
Amuzulo Mitte recent activity Active - Occasional Yes No No No
Trurl Neukölln recent activity  ? Yes Yes Yes No
Jerrome - recent activity Active Yes Yes Motorbike
JUB  ? recent activity Active  ?  ?  ?
relet 60,10 recent activity Occasional Yes No On demand
Sneak  ? recent activity Inactive  ?  ?  ?
Thilo  ? recent activity Inactive  ?  ?  ?
Per  ? recent activity Inactive  ?  ?  ?
erlehmann  ? (no userpage) Inactive  ?  ?  ?
Lars  ? recent activity Inactive  ?  ?  ?
Syphonophorae Friedrichshain recent activity Active Not yet Yes No
JonWon Biesdorf recent activity Active - Occasional Yes Yes Moped on-demand-construction
Fenmar Potsdam recent activity  ? Yes Yes No No
CamelCase EuropaCity recent activity Active Phone No No No

* Area you live in. Feel free to write "-" here if you'd rather not say!

Visiting Geohashers[edit]


According to Land usage, the chance for your hash to fall into one of the following areas is:

37.03%	Forests
29.14%	Fields
11.23%	Natural reserves
9.19%	Roads
6.84%	Settlements
3.84%	Highways
2.12%	Water
0.62%	Industrial

According to Public transport probability, using OpenStreetMap data, there is a 27.58% chance of the hash landing within 2km of a train station, or 47.45% chance of it landing within 2km of a train or bus stop.

Increasing the search to a 5km radius, there's a 68.63% chance of it landing within 5km of a train station, or 81.61% chance of it landing within 5km of a train or bus stop.

Basically, this means that when being out there, you should go and map those thousands of missing bus stops.

Graticule Ribbons[edit]

This graticule earned the We're Better Than You achievement
by finally beating Mannheim in the Most active graticules after the (52, 13) geohash on 2009-09-01.
2009-09-01 52 13 IMG 0223.JPG
Berlin, Germany earned the Largest geohash achievement
by congregating at the (52, 13) geohash on 2009-08-29 with a participation of 12 geohashers.
2009-08 29 52 13 IMG 1442.JPG
The Berlin, Germany graticule (52 13) earned the Mostly Active Graticule achievement
for the month of 2008-10 in the category coordinates reached by being the location of 6 successful expeditions.
Eik and Thilo earned the Virgin Graticule Achievement
by being the first to reach any hashpoint in the (52, 13) graticule, here, on 2008-06-01.

Past Meetups[edit]

sorted by date of actual expedition, latest first

Many more expeditions can be seen in our past meetup lists for the years 2009 and 2008.