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Places To Visit in Berlin - Germany

Alexanderplatz - Berlin


the largest, and arguably one of the most famous squares in Berlin. It historically had markets so was an important square for many centuries. In World War II, almost all of the area was bombed but it has been beautifully restored. All public transport lines now have stops here and the TV tower...

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Berlin Wall - Berlin

Berlin Wall

near Warshcauer Strasse Station in Freidichshain is a 300m stretch of the remains of the Berlin Wall. A haunting reminder to the events that took place only in the recent past. Artists have created the East Side Gallery on one side of the wall, a testament to the resilience of Berliners. ...

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Brandenburg Gate - Berlin

Brandenburg Gate

the symbol of Berlin and definitely the most photographed monument in the city. Designed by Carl Gotthard Langhans in 1791, it was a symbol of power and prestige (note its similarity to Grecian architecture) but was used as a division between East and West Berlin during the Cold War. Now however,...

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Charlottenburg Palace (Schloss Charlottenburg)  - Berlin

Charlottenburg Palace (Schloss Charlottenburg)

is the largest surviving palace in Germany. It was initially built as a summer residence for Sophie Charlotte, the wife of Frederick I. it is a beautiful piece of architecture and gives an insight into the lives of the royals in the 17th century. The large grounds are also good to wander through. A...

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Checkpoint Charlie - Berlin

Checkpoint Charlie

the most famous of the gates between former East and West Berlin. The attached museum (Friedrichstrasse 43-45) gives some background with stories of successful and failed attempts to cross the checkpoint.
Website: http://www.mauer-museum.com/.
Telephone: 2537250

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Jüdisches museum (The Jewish Museum) - Berlin

Jüdisches museum (The Jewish Museum)

This eye-opening collection of artefacts are a must-see for visitors who want to know the real past of Jews in Germany. Items from over 2000 years ago are displayed. Although the holocaust is only a small section of the museum, its presence pervades the entire place.

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Kulturforum - Berlin


this collection of museums, art galleries and concert halls was planned as a cultural center in the South of the main city. The State Library (Neue Staatsbibliothek), The Berliner Philharmonie, The Gemäldegalerie (Gallery of over a thousand European paintings), The Belin Music Hall, and the...

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Kurfurstendamm - Berlin


The large luxury shopping precinct is located in this borough. More information in the ‘Shopping’ section ...

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