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This museum houses a vast collection of artifacts from the ancient world, the crowning glory being the altar from the Zeus Tempel in Pergamon (180-160 BCE), one of the world's most significant ...
After the fall of the Wall in 1989, Potsdamer Platz turned from a deserted wasteland into Europe's biggest building site as urban planners worked to create an ultra-modern ...
Platz der Republik 1
The imposing Reichstag reflects Germany's past, present and future like no other building. It was constructed between 1884-1894 as the parliament for Bismarck's German ...
Am Pariser Platz
Germany's most recognizable symbol is not as large as many visitors expect, yet its history is rich and fascinating. Built in 1791, the Brandenburg Gate was ...
The Egyptian Museum lies in one of the twin buildings facing Schloss Charlottenburg which were originally used as the royal barracks. The centerpiece of the museum's ...
Spandauer Damm 20
This beautiful Baroque palace was built in 1695 by King Friedrich Wilhelm I as a summer residence for his beloved wife, Queen Sophie Charlotte. Hidden away in the lush Royal Gardens are ...
Post-war urban planners loathed the gloomy, densely populated inner-city ghettos - relics of 19th Century poverty - which were until recently prevalent in most major ...
Köpenicker Strasse 76
One of the hippest clubs in town, Sage Club is located in a formerly disused part of Heinrich Heine StraÃŸe underground station. With the music varying from funk and soul ...
Berlin's grandest boulevard stretches east to west for just over a mile between Schlossplatz and the Brandenburg Gate . Originally conceived as a simple riding path between Berliner Schloss palace ...
Located in Alexanderplatz in the heart of eastern Berlin, this 1960s structure towers over the whole city. Built by communist authorities at the height of the Cold War, West Berliners cheekily ...