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  • Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

    The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, better known as the Holocaust Monument or Holocaust Memorial, is located in Berlin, Germany, very close to the Brandenburg Gate. This monument dedicated to such a tragic event is made up of more than 2, 500 slabs of concrete...

    0 by Helen, 3 years ago
  • Park Sanssouci

    One of the most beautiful palace complexes in Europe is undoubtedly Park Sansoucci, the former home of the most famous of all German kings. In every corner, the grandeur of imperial Prussia can be felt, reflecting the achievements of Frederick the Great and of later...

    0 by Helen, 3 years ago
  • Pariser Platz

    Pariser Platz is my favourite place in Berlin. Not only is it named after my home city, but it's also one of the most beautiful places in the German capital, and from that point you can see the most of the city's most famous monuments. If you're walking from Potsdamer...

    0 by Hannah, 3 years ago
  • Berlin Botanical Garden, Germany

    This is the most beautiful botanical garden that I have ever seen in my life... It is located in Berlin, and I really recommend this place for a visit. You can see thousands of plant species, those from tropical rainforests too. Also, there is a museum which shows the...

    0 by Yuliyana, 4 years ago
  • Olimpiastadion

    If you are in Berlin and love football, you can't miss a visit at one on the most important Germany's stadiums, the Olimpiastadion. Built in 1936 on the occasion of the Berlin's Olympics and closed and reopened many times, Olimpiastadion has got a capacity of 74. 000...

    0 by angelo, 4 years ago
  • Charlottenburg Castle

    Charlottenburg Castle is the only building not destroyed during the Second World War in Berlin. Located in the neighborhood of Charlottenburg in West Berlin, this XVIII century castle is one of the most ancient in West Berlin and also one of the most appreciated for its...

    0 by angelo, 4 years ago
  • Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche

    Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche is one of the most important monuments in Berlin. Located in West-Berlin, in the neighborhood of Charlottenburg, this church was built in 1895 by the Kaiser Wilhelm but was destroyed in 1943 during the II world War. After the war, the...

    0 by angelo, 5 years ago
  • Neue Synagogue

    New Berlin Synagogue has became a new symbol of the German capital. Located in Oranienburger Straße, close to the museums island, the synagogue had been burnt and destroyed during the Nazi regime and built again in the Sixties in East Berlin. From that moment, the...

    0 by angelo, 5 years ago
  • Berliner Dom

    Berlin Cathedral is on of the most visited monument of the city. Located in the city center, along the course of Spree river and close to Under den Linden and Alexander Platz, The cathedral is a city symbol. Built in 1717, it's got an awesome dome in neoclassical style...

    0 by angelo, 5 years ago
  • DDR Museum

    If you are in Berlin, you can't miss a visit at the DDR museum, the spot where you can see a perfect reconstruction of life in East-Germany (DDR). Located really close to the Berlin Cathedral (Dom) and just five minutes walk from Alexander Platz. The museum perfectly...

    0 by angelo, 5 years ago
  • The Wall

    The wall is one of the places you "must" see if you are in Berlin. Built in 1961 to separate West Berlin from East Berlin, the wall was completely destroyed on Thursday 9th November 1989 by DDR citizens, after a series of protests in the whole soviet block, becoming a...

    0 by angelo, 5 years ago
  • Siegessäule

    The Siegesäule in Berlin is a typical landmark for the city and is not far from 'Brandenburger Tor'. It is reachable through tunnels in the ground and is surrounded by a massive roundabout. The Siegessäule does not only offer a view point over the city, but also...

    0 by Nicole, 5 years ago
  • Alexanderplatz

    Alexanderplatz in Berlin is one of Berlin's central points as it is not only located in the city centre, but also offers a wide range of activity options. Next to a wide variety in shops and boutiques, many restaurants and bars are also located there. Moreover, it is...

    0 by Nicole, 5 years ago

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