Potsdam can be referred to as the capital of ‘German federal state of Bradenburg’. Moreover, it is a portion of ‘Metropolitan area’ of Bradenburg/Berlin. Potsdam stands on River Havel; at a distance of 25 Km on the south-western side of Berlin. Potsdam has a number of claims towards national as well as international notability. Till the year 1918, it was residence of ‘Prussian Kings’.
There seems to be a chain of exceptional cultural landscapes and interconnected lakes; palaces and parks of Sanssouci in particular. Sanssouci is the biggest ‘World Heritage Site’ across Germany.
Babelsberg (in Potsdam) is amongst the principal places of ‘European Film Production’. Soundtracks for foreign-based and domestic film productions are recorded at ‘Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg’.
The nineteenth century witnessed transformation of Potsdam in to a ‘center of science’. It is a home to 20 rivers and lakes altogether.
The climate is quite pleasant. Winter would prove to be the best period for visiting Potsdam.
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