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When it first opened its doors in 2008 in Berlin's Mitte neighborhood, this popular magazine shop presented a modest collection of 100 titles.

Owners Jessica Reitz and Mark Kiessling founded Do You Read Me? out of a desire to create a shop where people could get their hands on publications that were otherwise unavailable in Germany. An ideal place to stop by and scroll through magazines and books, the store also serves as inspiration and meeting point for people in love with all things print. Since its humble beginnings, the selection now includes thousands of titles from all across the globe.

Do You Read Me?
Auguststraße 28
10117 Berlin
Germany

  • Photographer:
    Sandra Juto
  • Photographer:
    Sandra Juto
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