Towel Day 2013

A happy towelday 2013. As a tradition for the last years I have chosen one certain place to present my DON’T PANIC towel. This year it’s the ‘Anhalter Bahnhof’ (german for ‘Hitchhiker Station’) in Berlin. So, we have an official hitchhiker station on planet earth :)

Towel Day 2013

The ‘Anhalter Bahnhof’ is a former railway terminus located in the city centre of Berlin, in the neighborhood of the Potsdamer Platz. The station was heavily damaged during WWII and closed in 1952. Today, just a small part of the front facade is still there. Where earlier the trains left you will find a football field.

I set up a Towel Day gallery, where you can see that towel travelled already to some locations and met Lenin in 2010.

And if you like to get one the lovely DON’T PANIC towels – there is the unique DON’T PANIC Towel Shop 24/7 open for you.

‘A Towel – Just about the most massively useful thing any interstellar Hitchhiker can carry.’ – Thanks and honor to Douglas Adams

About Towel Day
Since 2001, on may, the 25th, hitchhiker’s, fans + enthusiasts of D. Adams are celebrating the Towel Day, by carrying a towel with them. A few days after Douglas Adams died on the may, 11th 2001 D Clyde Williamson proposed to invent that day, as a tribute to the author of ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’.

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