Paul-Lincke-Ufer is a street in Berlin running along the Landwehr Canal Canal in the Kreuzberg quarter of the city. The street runs from Kottbusser Brücke all the way to the Treptow Canal Opposite is found the Maybach Ufer where the Turkish Market takes place on Tuesday, Friday and some Saturdays.
The street came into being with the creation of the Landwehr Canal a parallel channel to the Spree river dug in 1845-1850. It was originally named Kottbusser Ufer until 1946 when it was named after Paul Lincke the composer of operattas and songs such as Glow worm and of the anthem of the city Berliner Luft. The street was part of the American Sector of West Berlin. It became the most important Turkish community in Berlin.