A really popular meeting point in the DDR was the “world clock”…
Berliner Dom Also known as Berlin Cathedral was completed in 1905 and it is Berlin’s largest and most important Protestant church as well as the sepulchre of the Prussian Hohenzollern dynasty.
Brandenburger Tor It is one of Berlin’s most important monuments – a landmark and symbol all in one with over two hundred years of history.
Checkpoint Charlie Checkpoint Charlie is the best known border-crossing of Cold War days.
East Side Gallery It is the largest open air gallery in the world and about 1.3 km-long with over one hundred original mural paintings.
Fernsehturum If you think of Berlin you probably will remember the Fernsehturm (TV Tower) – it is 365m high and is the tallest building in whole Berlin.
Holocaust Memorial This Memorial is Berlin’s stunning monument to the Holocaust, located in Mitte on a stretch of the former “death strip”, where the Wall once stood near the Brandenburg Gate, dedicated to the Jewish victims of the Nazi genocide of World War II.
Reichstag Following German reunification on October 3, 1990 the Bundestag (German Federal Parliament) decided, one year later, to reinstate the Reichstag as the seat of Parliament in Berlin, the restored capital of reunited Germany.
Siegessäule Former a symbol of Prussian military victory in the 19th century, now “she” is fondly called “Goldelse”.