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Pass By: Volksbuhne Berlin, Rosa Luxemburg Platz, 10178 Berlin Germany
The Volksbühne is one of Berlin's best-known theaters. It was built in 1914 and was devoted to serious drama for the working class. Today, the theater draws crowds thanks to its hip style and cheap tickets, which go for as little as 6 Euros.
Pass By: Haus des Lehrers, Alexanderplatz 9, 10178 Berlin Germany
The Haus des Lehrers or the House of the Teacher was designed as a meeting place for people working in the education sector.
Pass By: Alexanderplatz, 10178 Berlin Germany
Alexanderplatz was re-named in honor of a visit by Russian czar Alexander I in 1805. In 1989, Alexanderplatz played a crucial role in the so-called peaceful revolution that brought down the Berlin Wall.
Pass By: St. Mary's Church, Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 8, 10178 Berlin Germany
Much of the present St. Mary’s Church comes from 19th century and postwar reconstructions. The original tower was built in the 15th century; the tower's baroque dome was added in 1790 and was designed by the same architect who did the Brandenburg Gate.
Pass By: Marx-Engels-Forum, Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse, 10178 Berlin Germany
The Marx-Engels Forum is a collection of sculptures by different artists all dedicated to showing the triumph of socialism. At one end, a white marble wall shows reliefs of the oppressed; the other end has bronze reliefs showing the happiness of life under socialism.