Named after the former German Chancellor and Mayor of Berlin, Willy Brandt, the headquarters of the Social Democratic Party ... More
Named after the former German Chancellor and Mayor of Berlin, Willy Brandt, the headquarters of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) was one of the first important buildings to be erected in reunified Berlin. Located on Wilhelmstraße in the government quarter, Willy Brandt House is one of the many modern constructions which have sprung out of the ground here in recent years. Entering the building, you are greeted with a bronze sculpture of the great man himself. A glass-roofed atrium is used for exhibitions and provides the building with plenty of daylight. Besides housing innumerable offices, Willy Brandt House contains several book shops, a bistro and an SPD fan shop offering party political memorabilia like social democratic bicycles and left-wing handkerchiefs.
It's easy to understand why the German President was the first member of the government to officially move to Berlin
after reunification. His residence is delightful, the beautiful baroque Bellevue Palace, situated on the banks of the River Spree ...
Situated on Museum Island, the Bode Museum features a wide collection of Byzantine Art. Originally conceived as a "Museum for
the Christian World," the building now houses several smaller collections. The Children's Gallery is a cultural center that makes ...
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 ...