Rising 115 metres over Grunewald forest, Teufelsberg offers wonderful panoramic views over Berlin and the surrounding region. ... More
Rising 115 metres over Grunewald forest, Teufelsberg offers wonderful panoramic views over Berlin and the surrounding region. Created from the debris which lay all over the city after the Second World War, the hill is topped by a futuristic white building which used to be the US army radar base during the Cold War. Teufelsberg has now become a popular destination for adults and children out flying their kites or model aircraft. As it is extremely steep in places, Teufelsberg is also fantastic for sledging down in the winter. There is a car park in nearby Teufelsseechaussee.
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