, Germany's largest city, is an important European political, media, cultural and scientific center. Berlin
has many museums, galleries and events, which are famous worldwide for its diverse cultural scene, clubs and restaurants. Berlin has been rebuilt in a way that made the town famous and appealing throughout the world, despite the destruction of the Second World War and the split by the Berlin wall over decades. Today Berlin
is a vibrant, dynamic city that respects its dark past while at the same time shifting positively towards the future with all its strength.
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A day in 1894, the Reichstag building was completed and used until 1933 as the Reichstag 's seat of the German Empire. The Reichstag became the seat of the German Bundestag in 1999 after reunification of Germany and 10 years of reconstruction. The glass dome, which offers an exciting view of the city, is a special feature of this impressive architectural reworking.
2. Brandenburg Gate
The Brandenburg Gate is certainly famous around the world and has been visited by tourists from all over the world millions of times. The only remaining door out of 18 former city gates is the Brandenburg Gate, built between 1789-1793. In the immediate vicinity of the Reichstag at Pariser Platz, which houses several major buildings and institutions, such as the Adlon Hotel or the Academy of Arts, every visitor to Berlin must have a visit at Brandenburg Gate.
3. The Museum Island
It is a World Renowned UNESCO World History Site, situated in the north of the Spree Island. Here you can find a large number of the oldest and most important museums of the region, including the Old Museum, the New Museum and the Museum of Pergamon.
4. Berlin Wall Memorial
Between the districts of Wedding and Mitte in Bernauer Strasse is located the Berlin Wall Memorial, which is the central memorial of the German division. The victims of the wall, the documentation center and the Reconciliation Chapel have their monuments. The 1.4 km long section of the wall and the watchtower allow tourists to experience the gritty reality of the frontier facilities at that time.
5. Checkpoint Charly
This attractive tourist attraction is reminiscent of the Cold War and the Berlin Division and marks the former border crossing between East and West Berlin. Checkpoint Charlie provides a wide variety of exhibits and objects detailing the past of human rights and the past of the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie in particular.
6. Potsdamer Platz
Prior to the Second World War, the Potsdamer Platz was the center of the city. After the World War and during the devision of Berlin, the famous place was located in Nowhere land exactly at the border. In 1989, when the Berlin Wall fell, the Potsdamer Platz changed fundamentally and now has a large number of shops and the presence of the Sony Centre. Moreover, Potsdamer Platz is not only a film festival, but also the main location for stars and celebrities.
7. PALACE CHARLOTTENBURG
The splendid Charlottenburg Palace is situated in the Charlottenburg district, Berlin 's oldest and larger prussian estate. For decades it was the principal residence of the German empire. In the center of a picturesque palace gardens inspired by the Versailles Gardens, right near the Spree, is located the gorgeous palace with its beautiful collection of porcelain and paintings.
8. Jewish Museum Berlin
It is one of the most distinctive landmarks of Berlin due to the distinctive outside of the Jewish Museum Berlin, designed by architect Daniel Libeskind. Founded in 2001, visitors can enjoy a host of historic artefacts and donated exhibitions that clearly illustrate Jewish Germans' long history and struggles from the Middle Ages up to the present day.
9. MEMORIAL TO THE EUROPE MURDERED JEWS
The Memorial to the Killed Jews of Europe is a notable testament to the German people and their determination that the crimes of the past are never overlooked. Each year hundreds of thousands of visitors are attracted by this remarkable Berlin landmark, also known as the Holocaust Memorial.
10. Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on the Breitscheidtplatz to the noble residential district on Halensee, the Kurfürstendamm, Berlin 's popular global shopping mile, which has settled the noblest brands and biggest retail chains. In Tauentzienstrasse, on the extension of the Kurfürstendamm is the KaDeWe, the biggest department store in continental Europe. Zoo Berlin, the oldest zoo in Germany, is an absolute highlight for young tourists to Berlin.
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