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#1 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
Excellent organized, tipical german, the tour cannot be missed if you are in Berlin ; the dome is a fantastic achievement engineering , it offers an excellent 360 grade view of the town.
Incredible opportunity to: walk into a parliament that's walking the walk when it comes to transparency in democracy enjoy amazing views of the city walk up the glass dome with informative audio tour Great buildin...
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#2 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
Harold Zawuski was our tour guide focusing mainly on the Jewish sites as we had limited time He is born in Germany and very energetic and informative guide and I would highly recommend him He arranged for us to be...
The platform also offers great views of the city and views include the Berlin tv tower, Reichstag building and the Jewish synagogue with its gold dome.
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#3 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
Spectacular monument which has frequently played such a huge part of Berlin’s history Easy to locate, near many other places of interest easy to stroll their while site seeing It’s history and frequent restoration...
Being in Berlin, albeit for a short visit, it would have been incomplete without a visit to the Brandenburg Gate Great Architecture & full of history Gorgeous View of the monument A must see / must visit in Berlin
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#4 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
Amazing site in terms of both Architectural perfection and remembrance of important history.
The memorial beneath this tomb stone landmark provides personalised stories and pictures that create an overwhelming sense of the devastation inflicited on hundreds of thousands of Jews.
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#5 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
... art to watch and lists of symbolism Tip : walk on the river side of the wall first cause that's the sunny one Great for taking photos It's at least a 30 min leisurely walk and u can also enjoy the river view
There are also lovely waterfront views of some of Berlin's most beautiful landmarks from here, however the most powerful draw is the emotion and history attached to this concrete structure.
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#6 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
It was a nice diversion for us from the usual museum-type sights of Berlin.
#7 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
fantastic place with great acoustic, beautifully and good view and sound from almost everywhere: a MUST DO experience whenever in Berlin...
We were sitting right at the top, but could see the orchestra perfectly (albeit the back views of half of them), and could hear every single note!
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#8 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
These tours take you underground to view the WWII and Cold War bunkers wich will give you an incredible insight into the unseen worlds that wars and the threat of war make nessesary.
I've visited most of the main tourist sights in Berlin and have to say Gedenkstätte Berlin-Hohenschönhausen is, along with the Jewish Museum, the most important and interesting place to visit.
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#9 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
The vocals on the self guided tour are excellent - you get a great sense of the history of Berlin and wondeful views of the city as you proceed upwards through the glass structure.
The cupola has a free audio guide which is such a good start to the sights of Berlin, the building is fascinating and provides beautiful views.
#10 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
Gleis 17 memorial Starting on 18 October 1941 until February 1945 was one of the major sites of deportation of the Berlin Jews.
Gleis 17 (Track 17) at the Grunewald S-Bahn station is the site of 186 plaques erected along the train platforms, each plaque commemorating a date when Berlin Jews were shipped from Grunewald to ghettos and death...
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#11 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
For history lovers this is the absolute business....a time flow gives clear accessible view of how German nation came to be and provides insight into the how and the why...one of the best museums I have been to......
As with most sites dedicated to such matters in Germany, (apart from Checkpoint Charlie), it treats significant events in its history such as the rise as Fascism and the Holocaust in an open and respectful manner.
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#12 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
We came to see a circus show, and the seats are very well distributed so even though we were in the back, we got a perfect view!
I'm quite short and sat in the middle of one of the columns about half way back (have a look at the seating plan and you'll know what I mean) and I had a perfectly fine view of the performance.
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#13 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
A UNESCO World Heritage site, Berlin's Museum Island, built on a small island in the Spree River, is home to a unique ensemble of five temple-like museums - it was designed as a modern Roman Forum and includes the...
... if you want to visit the pergamon Lovely island and easily accessible by tube or bus, boat rides along the river available and toilets are inn each of the museums Great day out with some incredible sites!
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#14 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
The house is in a gentle tree-lined rural road adjacent to the Wannsee lake itself and the views, the grounds of the house are beautiful and the house equally so.
I would definitely recommend walking in the garden after the visit of the house, which provides a great view of the Wannsee Lake and an environment of peace.
#15 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
(Before you cross, there is a restaurant near the bus terminus, on the island there's a small cafe at the landing site and in summer there's catering on the main lawn provided by a lovely lady in a converted trail...
It's easy to reach, beautiful views, great walk through meadows, beautiful scenery.
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#16 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
Both churches are worth visiting: the New Church has an exhibition of lovely models of various buildings, and the French Church has excellent views from it's bell tower.
This is a great part of Berlin - offering history , beautiful buildings , churches and halls , a calm and sophisticated area with lovely restaurants , shops and close to all the major sites in Berlin.
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#17 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
This is both and excellent venue and with an outstanding production like The Wyld you will be so pleased with your grandstand view.
If you want a different night you should check the site for their shows, its a bit expensive but worth it!!!you find best of English concert and shows in this palast in berlin , very good saloon and luxury sky sea...
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#18 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
Berlin Cathedral is a realy big church with amazing statues.But the most exciting thing is the walk to the top and the breathtaking view!You can see BErlin in all it's beauty up there and the feeling is unique!
For 7 euros, one can tour the entire Cathedral, from the church area to the choir lofts and the dome and outside of the dome to the catacombs..It is a beautiful Cathedral with stunning city views from the dome.
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#19 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
This charming, tree lined enclave was the perfect counterpoint to the bustling metropolis sights and restaurant scene.
A nice way to have a view over Berlin and look for the places you've already visited or places you want to visit.
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#20 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
Attended a classic concert and loved the majestic views whilst listening to awesome music.
The seats in the first balcony level are absolutely perfect since they offer an amazing view of the stage.
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#21 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
Located in on the Kurfürstendamm in the center of the Breitscheidplatz, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is a famous landmark of western Berlin and a poignant memorial to peace and reconciliation.
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is a nice building left from the bombings, if you are in Berlin , you may visit in a short time, excellent view on top.
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#22 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
Easy access to this landmark by train Free entry with the Berlin Pass Spectacular place even when empty as lots of history also has the Olympic stadium built for the 1916 Olympic Games and the Swimming & diving Po...
You can see the stadium from a sporting point of view and also as the home of the British military during the Cold War which is great and of course there's a lot of history from the Second World War associated wit...
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#23 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
We were exploring a few sites in Mitte (New Synagogue) and hitting art galleries (Sprüth Magers Gallery) and decided to pop by this hidden gem.
Top on my list of Scheunenvertel landmarks was the Hackesche Höfe, the seven courtyards winding back from the Hackesche Building, with blue ceramic tiles dotting its Modernist white stucco façade.
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#24 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
You are advised to research this site beforehand to properly appreciate it.
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#25 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
Climbing the steel ladders makes it easy to imagine you are an East German soldier by the time you reach the top, giving you an unusual view on the Berlin Wall and the Cold War as a whole.
Take some time away from seeing the obvious sites such as the Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag and spend a half hour here.
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#26 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
If you've seen the Fritz Lang film 'Metropolis' you'll get the idea - lots of levels with escalators and an open-plan view which emphasises the vastness of the main concourse and shopping areas.
... ticket allowing use of all local and regional services, including trams and busses, for €7.00 - Zones A & B. On one day we included Zone C and it was just €7.70, that allowed us to take in sights such as Potsdam.
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#27 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
There is a small but very informative and interesting museum on the ground floor and some unique mosaic art on the first level up.The panoramic views from the upper observation deck are spectacular, totally worth...
Its and amazing tower that you can walk up, Its a bit tight i wont lie but it has such an amazing view, with parks surrounding it and an amazing atmosphere, a good thing to know is there are tunnels under the road...
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#28 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
Also, travel towards the amphitheater to see some local bands jam out and relax while taking in the sights.
Walking through the site left everyone speechless.
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#29 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
Positioned among these Berlin sights, the Martin Gropius Bau, with its focus on modern art in all its forms, serves as reminder of the never-ending contradictions in German art, culture, and.
This is my first time to view a Maya exhibit and it was amazing with items such as pectoral plates, necklaces and organic materials for clothing.
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#30 of 459 Sights & Landmarks in Berlin
Very accessible, helpful stewards, great view, and fantastic atmosphere.
Seating was excellent, quite spacious and section 102 had great views to the stage.
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