|Significant Dates Bunker: 1993 - 2001 (Part 2)|
|.||Dec. ´93||Other forms of culture enter the bunker: Dr. Seltsams existentialiste, performed by a cabaret ensemble.|
|Mar. ´94||The federal government is designated as owner of the building.|
|Jul. ´94||Loveparade: Noise love unity.
First bunker CD appears.
|Nov.´94 – Apr. ´95||The Deutsche Theater performs Simon Donald's Lebensstoff on the fourth floor of the bunker.|
|Summer ´95||The first festival summer: open air spectacular, ACT IN ACTION and the Sexperimenta; the bunker garden is set up in the courtyard.|
|Autumn ´95||Lively subculture at the bunker, with its ideal location between Berliner Ensemble and Deutsches Theater. The location has established itself as a "techno temple" and an insider tip for the avant garde scene.||Dec. ´95||The New Year's party The last Days of Saigon is
banned, but takes place anyway.
The bunker is closed by order of the authorities.
|Oct. 2001||Nippon Development Corporation GmbH aquires the bunker.|
|Dec. 2001||Begin of planning for conversion of the bunker into the Kunstbunker für internationale Junge Kunst.|
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