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    Julius Eulberg's 20th-century apartment building is in the Prenzlauer Berg neighborhood of Berlin.
    Mr. Eulberg, owner of the skin care company Julisis, pays 1,100 euros (about $1,400) a month in rent. Inside, the apartment is chock-full of his collection of porcelain bird figurines. To his left is a one-of-a-kind piece made by Passau.










    In Berlin, Space for a Collection - Slide Show - NYTimes.com

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    I'd toss the collection and then see about the space.

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    i'll pass.

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    great space but i will pass on his collection. love the chairs in the last pic though.
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    Pretty building and nice spaces.

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    Would love a bedroom that big. But no freaken chandelier, yuck.

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