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Viz magazine was started in December 1979 in Newcastle upon Tyne by Chris Donald. It is one of the most famous British comics of the post-war period. Once it was the fourth most popular magazine in UK

This is basically a comic magazine. It includes humor, black comedy, sexual humor, toilet humor, surreal humor, crude and ironic language. The magazine presents current events and situations with satirical language. It mostly satirises current events and politicians. It also presents sexual and violent stories. The main objective of this magazine is to give some fun and relief from the daily stressful life. It presents or rather mocks events of politicians' lives and events of high class society.

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The subscription is for a year, so if you find it very interesting, funny and humours, then you can continue the subscription. And can have the Viz, delivered to your door with a large 21% off the shop price. Whether you are living in UK or anywhere in the world, you can subscribe this magazine. There are different types of subscription schemes for people belonging to different parts of the world. One can make the subscription online; it is the best thing about it. You just need to go through different procedures for different countries.

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The Four Best Areas For Shopping in Berlin

It goes without saying that most student travelers on a German course in Berlin will be focused, first and foremost, on improving their language skills. But it's equally important that your time in Berlin should not be all study, study, study, and a great way of winding down after a hard day in the classroom is with a bit of retail therapy.

In the last few years, Berlin has become a Mecca for fashionistas, celebrities and cool-hunters in search of the latest trends in music, culture and, especially, clothing. Indeed, not many cities in the world can compare with its trendy credentials or match the diverse range of Berlin shopping options.

So, really, there's nothing for it but to put the books down from time to time, get whatever money you've got saved up, and hit the shops.

Friedrichstrasse

Right at the heart of the city, this is not perhaps the obvious choice for a student taking a German course in Berlin. The action is centered around one but three ultra-swanky boutique malls – Quartier 205, 206 and 207 – in Berlin's upmarket Mitte neighborhood.

But even if the prices are enough to make your eyes water, there's some top window-shopping to have had, and an afternoon spent in Mitte is to see Berlin at its rarefied, elegant best.

Potsdamer Platz

A stone's throw away from the chic boutiques of Mitte, the Potsdamer Platz Arkaden is a bit more accessible to the average purse. Spread out over five floors of stores, it's not the most intimate of Berlin shopping experiences, but for convenience it can not be beaten, providing as it does everything you could possibly want under one roof.

Boghagener Platz

And Potsdamer Platz – all sleek stores and efficiency – could hardly be more different to the scene you encounter over in Boghagener Platz on a Sunday morning. Berlin flea markets are uniformly excellent, and the one to be found in Boghagener Platz is one of the best.

Rather less slick and professional than the other Berlin flea markets you find at Arkonaplatz and Strasse de 17 juni, Boghagener Platz has a pleasantly democratic 'car boot sale' feel. Neverheless, it's renamed for the range of wares on offer, and it's one of the most pleasant days of shopping in Berlin.

Bergmannstrasse

Over in the hip, alternative and engagingly grungy East of the city, Bergmannstrasse is the backbone of Kreuzberg. Here, secondhand stores with hours' worth of good, cheap rummaging, junk shops overflowing with dusty trinkets and a smattering of great record shops are the order of the day.

They sit alongside a cool café and bar scene for when you want to put your feet up, and get some people-watching done in what's still an exciting mixed neighborhood. And for the young – or the young at heart – and anyone on a German course in Berlin , particularly, this is where the city really comes into its own. …

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