Articles with tag: berlin

My brother, younger daughter and I went to  Berlin quite recently. A visit to the legendary  Treptower Park was one of the most important moments of our trip. This place is not just the largest military memorial site, but also a mass grave for the 7,000 soldiers from the Red Army,...
This is a continuation of the review, the first part of which can be found here. The main city street,  Unter den Linden, was  still full of iconic objects of past heritage. This street wasfull of luxury hotels, banks, and fashionable shops.  There was an exposition of the...
It is very, very difficult to write a worthy report about one of the most famous cities in the world, the giant metropolis and the capital of Germany concurrently.  Berlin is a controversial city. Sometimes it raises a lot of questions, sometimes it is shocking, admirable and disappointing...
Some people consider visiting museums to be dull. Although, modern museums can be a very dynamic activity. A huge breakthrough in information and computer technologies has made many of the modern museums very attractive for visitors of all ages. The  Pergamon Museum in  Berlin...
This is a continuation of the review on  Teufelsberg or Devil's Mountain in  Berlin; you can find the first part  here. Later, we were brought to the main station building with the giant dome under which there was once a radar installation, hidden on the roof. Once powerful...
Teufelsberg is translated as Devil's Mountain. This is one of the most unusual places in  Berlin . Generally, this 374 foot (114 meter) high mountain looks weird in the plains of Berlin. Moreover, Teufelsberg can be seen with the naked eye from many sights in Berlin. Although, the tourists...
Here's the Monument to Soviet Soldiers in  Berlin . It was unusual to see such a memorial in the middle of the German capital near the  Reichstag . There are two tanks and anti-aircraft guns on the sides of the monument, all the inscriptions on the monument are in Russian, and...
Here's the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche ( The Protestant Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church ). It is a memorial. In the Fall of 1943, the church was destroyed after a bombing attack. Ruins of the tower were preserved and today have been used as one of the symbols of  Berlin...
Berlin Cathedral  is the largest Protestant church in Germany. Its construction lasted between 1894 and 1905. It's located on  Museum Island in  Berlin . Initially, the building with the dome had reached a height of 374 feet (114 m). After World War II, there was a...
Sea Life Center is a very interesting place in  Berlin . The habitats of different marine life were quite impressively recreated there, complete with decorations and lights. Everything is moving, playing, waves are crashing, you can hear cries of seagulls, and relaxing "underwater...

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