Part Five in a series on “Home”, introduced and edited by Ann Tornkvist

“Ostel”, a hostel in the German capital Berlin, offers a renewed whiff of life in the former German Democratic Republic, welcoming travelers with original furnishings and portraits of communist leaders adorning the walls.

Daniel Rosenthal, born in 1973 in Wiesbaden, Garmy, received a diploma in photo-design from Lette-School-Berlin before working as a news photographer for several papers. He went on to receive a postgraduate diploma with distinction in photojournalism from London College of Communication. He is a regular contributor to the Dutch daily “de Volkskrant” and is represented abroad by World Picture Network.

www.danielrosenthal.de
www.worldpicturenews.com

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