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Sightseeing in Berlin

Der Kurfürstendamm Interesting for all who visit Berlin, who want to look, who want to shop, who want to be seen, who want to witness Berlin.

Kantgaragen Interesting for: Architects / Memorial Guards / motorists / romantic ruin - This multi-storey car park, still in operation, in reinforced concrete was - allegedly - the first in Germany, is still preserved in many parts in the original condition and has been rediscovered in recent years by the state conservator.

Kantstraße 126/127, 10625 Berlin
Märkisches Museum Interesting for: Historical Conscious / urban planner / Berlin fans - Berlin is a city of museums, you could spend all year holidays with a visit to various museums, and some who do that, then first of all think of the Pergamon Museum. But who succumbs to the fascination of Berlin can meaningfully deal with the history of Berlin.

Am Köllnischen Park 5, 10179 Berlin
Shell-House Interesting for: aesthetes - designer - architects - This unique, restored commercial building doesn't look to be aged over 80 years, the stepped facade of Roman travertine looks so modern and timeless.

Reichpietschufer 60, 10785 Berlin
Tempodrom Interesting for concertgoers / architects / historians - As in so many respects one can at least understand two things including: The old Tempodrom was an alternative venue in the form of a circus tent, the new Tempodrom looks more like the Mount Fuji and is a commercial venue.

Möckernstraße 10, 10963 Berlin
Checkpoint Charlie Interesting for tourists / historian / politically interested The Checkpoint Charlie is one of the strangest tourist attraction in Berlin today, the importance of which has been significantly underestimated initially by the Berlin Senate. Located on the border between the districts Kreuzberg and Mitte on Friedrichstrasse he was a border crossing point solely for diplomats and foreigners during the time of the division of Berlin.

Friedrichstraße 43-45, 10117 Berlin
Charlottenburg Palace Interesting for aesthetes, art lovers, garden enthusiasts and other tourists and museum visitors - Here resided Sophie-Charlotte, the grandmother of Frederick the Great and after her the whole village of former Alt-Lietzow was renamed “Charlottenburg”.

Spandauer Damm 20-24, 14059 Berlin
The Oberbaumbrücke The Oberbaumbrücke is Berlin’s most beautiful bridge. Located directly at the East Side Gallery, she was formerly a toll bridge for vessel traffic into Berlin.

Oberbaumstr. 1, 10997 Berlin
Palace of tears The “Palace of Tears” is the glass terminal building at the train station Friedrichstrasse, which was built for the departure from East to West Berlin.

Reichstagsufer 17, 10117 Berlin
Brandenburg Gate The Brandenburg Gate marked the border between East and West Berlin and thus the border between the states of the Warsaw Pact and NATO. It was up to the reunification of Germany, symbol of the Cold War and after 1990 became a symbol of the reunification of Germany and Europe.

Pariser Platz 1, 10117 Berlin

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