Memorial to the fallen of WWI, Hamburg
Aleksander Platz, Berlin
Berlin Wall Guardian Tower
Reichstag, the German Parliament
Berlin Tempelhof Airport
Berlin Tempelhof Terminal
Elephant in Berlin Zoo
River Spree, Berlin
Grosse Hamburger Strasse, Berlin
Mosaic Wall in Grosse Hamburger Strasse, Berlin
Bode Museum, Berlin
Holocaust Memorial, Berlin
Soviet War Memorial, Tiergarten, Berlin
Berlin Cathedral and TV Tower
Memorial to the fallen of WWI, HamburgThis is a part of the memorial to the fallen of World War I in Hamburg. Commemorating for the dead soldiers of WWI, the inscription says: "40,000 sons of the city died so you could live".
Berlin CathedralThe Berlin Cathedral or Berliner Dom in German is located on Museum Island in the heart of Berlin.
Aleksander Platz, BerlinThe Berlin TV tower stands at Aleksander Platz in the heart of Berlin City center. The tower is one of the most prominent buildings in Berlin.
Checkpoint CharlieCheckpoint Charlie is the the most famous crossing point between East Berlin and West Berlin during the Cold War. It is probably the most famous tourist attraction in Berlin. Located in the heart of the city it draws thousands of tourists to Berlin every year.
Berlin Wall Guardian TowerOne of the few remaining Berlin Wall Guardian Tower. It was used to monitor the boundaries of East and West Berlin during the cold war.
Reichstag, the German ParliamentThe Reichstag building was constructed in 1894 but was severely damaged due to fire in 1933. It was later restored and became the home of the German Parliament in 1961.
Berlin Tempelhof AirportTempelhof Airport was built in 1927 and when it closed in 2008 it was one of the oldest airports in the world. Tempelhof was the centre of the Berlin Airlift of 1948-1949.
Berlin Tempelhof TerminalThe terminal at Berlin Tempelhof was constructed in 1927 and a few years later the Nazi government began massive reconstruction in anticipation of increasing air traffic. The main terminal was once amongst the 20 largest buildings in the world. The airport was closed in 2008 when Berlin Brandenburg Airport was opened.
Elephant in Berlin ZooBerlin Zoo is one of the most famous zoos in the world. Today Berlin Zoo keeps around 1,500 species and 20,000 animals which is the most comprehensive collection in the world.
River Spree, Berlin
Grosse Hamburger Strasse, BerlinBrass memorial squares set into the pavement in Grosse Hamburger Strasse, Berlin. The memorials are located just outside an apartment building. The names of the Jews that lived there, and were deported to concentration camps and killed there, are encrypted into the brass memorial squares.
Mosaic Wall in Grosse Hamburger Strasse, BerlinThe bridge to heaven mosaic wall in Grosse Hamburger Strasse, Berlin.
Bode Museum, BerlinThe Bode Museum is located on the Museum Island in Berlin. It hosts statuses, medals and coins in Byzantine, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque style. The Boide Museum has one of Germany's largest sculpture collection and the coins cabinet is famous world over.
Holocaust Memorial, BerlinThe Holocaust Memorial is a Memorial To The Murdered Jews Of Europe located in the heart of Berlin city center, close to the Brandenburg Gate. The memorial includes an underground information center and an exhibition on the eastern side where they have a data center holding names of all the Jews that were killed during the Holocaust.
Soviet War Memorial, Tiergarten, BerlinThe Soviet War Memorial in Tiergarten was erected in 1945 by the Soviet Union to commemorate the death of the Soviet Armed Forces soldiers that died during the Battle of Berlin in 1945. The memorial is located in the former British sector of Berlin but its construction was supported by all the Allied powers and Soviet honor guards from East Berlin stood watch at the memorial.
Berlin Cathedral and TV TowerThe Berlin Cathedral and the Berlin TV Tower are both popular tourist attractions in Berlin.
Brandenburg GateThe Brandenburger Gate or Brandenburger Tor in German served as the main entrance into Berlin when it was first built. It later became the symbol of divided Berlin until East and West Berlin were re-united. In 1989 when the Berlin Wall fell, Brandenburg Gate was opened again.
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