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Alexanderplatz in Berlin  

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Those who visit Berlin must not miss the Alexander Platz. It is a huge open square, where historical charm and modernity blend together.

This is an ideal place to experience the hustle and bustle of Berlin city. The square remains crowded as it also serves as a transportation hub.

The S-Bahn railway and tram pass through this square. In totality, 3 subway lines cross at Alexander Platz.

As a result, nearly half a million local residents and tourists can travel from the square to the rest of the city.

The square served as a market in its early stages. It was the place for affluent people in the city.

However later on, due to the excessive growth of industrialization, the market lost its charm.

Despite its history, the market is of great interest for tourists. The shopping centers here are what attract the tourists the most.

Visitors can get great bargains at these shops.

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Alexanderplatz is a large public square and even a transport hub in Mitte district of Berlin. The residents often call it Alex which refers to a larger neighborhood. This square was originally a cattle market named in honor of a... more visit of the Russian Emperor Alexandra I to Berlin in 1805. There has been a lot of development to this area with the construction of station and public market in the 19th century.
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