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Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
reviewed 21 January 2020 by lonewolf44
The Nazi programme of euthanasia and forced sterilisation of the physically and mentally disabled was codenamed 'Order T4' after the address where the plan was hatched: 4 Tiergarten. On the site today is the markedly less sinister Berlin Philharmonie and this simple but effective memorial. As you approach from the direction of the Brandenburg Gate, it looks like a simple...
"Balancing Act Monument - Touching tribute and interesting perspective"
reviewed 12 December 2016 by BradJill T
The Balanceakt (Balancing Act) Sculpture is an interesting monument you can see along Lindenstrasse, which pays tribute to Axel Springer and his long hopes for a reunified Germany during the Cold War period.
Sculpted by Stephen Balkenhol in 2009, you will see a 3.5 metre tall figure of Springer upon a concrete wall structure, symbolising a man standing upon the...
First of all I think this hotel is well worth the money. OK maybe it's not the most trendy hotel. And it's a bit far from the center of Berlin. But if you come by car and you won't mind to take the train for 20 minutes, than this a great hotel to stay in. Staff is friendly. Hotel is...