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1 Checkpoint Charlie
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Rank: 5 About 269

Checkpoint Charlie was the name given by the Western Allies to a crossing point between West Berlin and East Berlin during the Cold War. It is in the Friedrichstadt neighborhood that was divided by the Berlin...

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Address: Friedrichstrasse 43 + Share


2 Fernsehturm
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Rank: 6 About 269

The Fernsehturm which means a television tower is situated in the city center of Berlin. Constructed between 1965 and 1969, it is easily visible throughout the central along with some of the Berlin suburban...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Panoramastrasse 1A + Share


3 Sony Center
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Rank: 30 About 269

A dream for those who like modern architecture, the Sony Center represents the New Berlin. The property includes seven buildings, including offices, there is room for many shops, bars, restaurants and meeting places. Each year it hosts the Berlinale.

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Kemperplatz 1 10785 + Share


Olympiastadion
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Rank: 90 About 269

The Olympiastadion, known as the Olympic Stadium is a sports stadium in Berlin. The Berlin Stadium has 74,500 spectator seating capacity and is known as a Five Star Stadium. Built in 1934 to 1936, the stadium got renovated in...

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4 Grunewaldturm
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Rank: 115 About 269

From the Grunewaldturm enjoy one of the most fascinating views of Berlin. The tower is located on the banks of the Havel River and surrounds the Grunewald park, which offers a relaxing view that stretches out over the city.

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Address: Havelchaussee 61 14193 + Share


5 Christmas markets
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Rank: 132 About 269

Each year prior to Christmas, the historic city center of Aachen transforms into a festive of color and lights. One can know that he is near Christmas markets, when he can smell the cinnamon smell of warm Gluhwein...

Reviewed by: Nadish
Address: Alexanderplatz 7, Berlin, Germany + Share


6 Jüdischer Friedhof Prenzlauer Berg
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Rank: 146 About 269

A trip to the Jewish Cemetery of Prenzlauer Berg is a strong spiritual visit. They who are all buried here died within the 1880 Berlin Jews, among them artists like Max Liebermann and composers such as Giacomo Meyerbeer.

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Schönhauser Allee 23 10435 + Share


Siegessäule
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Rank: 149 About 269

Among the symbols of Berlin, Victory Column was built to commemorate the wars, won by Prussia in the nineteenth century. From the four entries walk up till below the Winged Victory, which offers an amazing view over the city.

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Address: Großer Stern 1 10785 + Share


7 Jüdischer Friedhof Weissensee
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Rank: 154 About 269

The Jewish Cemetery is one of the largest in Europe. Here some important members of the Berlin Jewish community, including the economist Max Hirsch are buried here.There are also the graves of about 90 people who died during the Kristallnacht.

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Herbert-Baum-Straße 13088 + Share


8 Berlin Hauptbahnhof
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Rank: 156 About 269

More than just a station, Berlin Hauptbahnhof is a monument to contemporary architecture. Since 2006, it is worth arriving by train to Berlin just to admire the structure of this station, called the Cathedral of Traffic.

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Europaplatz 1 10557 + Share


9 Historischer Hafen Berlin
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Rank: 160 About 269

One of the most romantic places in Berlin, especially at night when the lights come on and are reflected in the waters of the river Spree. The port town is now a tangible reminder of the great tradition of the German city river.

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Address: Märkisches Ufer 10778 + Share


10 Neptunbrunnen
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Rank: 161 About 269

Neptune, god of water, stands tall and overlooks the four rivers of ancient Prussia, represented by four women, the Elbe, the Rhine, the Vistula and the Oder. The Fountain of Neptune dating from the late nineteenth century and is a symbol of Berlin.

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 8 + Share


11 Chamissoplatz
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Rank: 165 About 269

In Chamissoplatz is like traveling back in time. The square has passed almost unscathed by the second World War and offers a glimpse of old Berlin. A meeting point for artists and students, every Saturday is home to an organic market.

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Address: Chamissoplatz 10961 + Share


12 Funkturm
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Rank: 170 About 269

The "skinny kid". In Berlin they call it the radio tower, the tower of Radio, among the most famous monuments of the city. The building, 150 meters high, is inspired by the Eiffel Tower. From there you can admire one of the best views of the city.

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Address: Masurenallee 14 + Share


13 Modersohnbrücke
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Rank: 175 About 269

One of the most romantic of Berlin from which to watch beautiful sunsets with good company. But above all a bridge from which to watch the passing of the slow and relentless city, and to feel a part of it all. All this is Modersohnbrücke.

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Address: Modersohnbrücke 10245 + Share


14 Oberbaumbrücke
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Rank: 177 About 269

The Oberbaumbrücke is not only a bridge but a symbol of German reunification and rebirth of Berlin. The bridge connects the districts of Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg, already divided by the wall. Since 1998, it houses the water fight.

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Address: Oberbaumbrücke + Share

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