There are very few medieval buildings left in Berlin, and this fortress, the Zitadelle Spandau (Spandau Citadel), is one of ... More
There are very few medieval buildings left in Berlin, and this fortress, the Zitadelle Spandau (Spandau Citadel), is one of the rare survivors. Designed in 1562 by Italian architect Francesco Chiaramella de Gandino in the style of a French fortress, construction was finally completed 34 years later by Count Rochus zu Lynar. Today, the Kommandantenhaus (Commander's House) has been converted into a Museum of Local History (Stadtgeschichtliches Museum Spandau). Art exhibitions are also organized within the fortress.
Want to see Berlin but don't know how to go about it? Well, don't fret because now you have the
Berlin Sightseeing Tours. They not only guide you through this beautiful city but also make sure it is pleasurable. ...
Located on the ground floor of the Deutsche Bank premises, a sandstone building constructed in the 1920, this represents a
unique joint venture between a bank and a museum. This exhibition space is a great addition to Berlin's museum ...
Sixty years after World War II, the city of Berlin unveiled its monument to the Jewish victims of the crimes
of the Third Reich. An international symbol of German atrocities, this controversial Holocaust memorial, located next to the Brandenburger ...