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Mitte
12 reviews
The American architect deliberately placed many of the dark gray slabs, with their knife--sharp edges, off--kilter, evoking tombstones in an unkempt graveyard. — Frommer's
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Kreuzberg
10 reviews
The zinc and concrete exterior has no door, just windows made from fragmented lines. Visitors enter the building through semi-underground corridors. — Michelin Guide
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Mitte
8 reviews
Open since October 2009, the New Museum is a shining beacon on Museumsinsel thanks in equal part to its stellar exhibits and to David Chipperfield’s glorious reconstruction. — Lonely Planet
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Mitte
9 reviews
Pergamonmuseum houses several departments, but if you have time for only one exhibit, go to the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities. — Frommer's
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Kreuzberg
9 reviews
Next to it, this museum documents the Wall’s history from its construction in 1961 to its fall in 1989, with an emphasis on East Germans’ escape attempts. — Frommer's
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Mitte
8 reviews
The Reichstag will likely give you more flashbacks to high-school history than any other Berlin landmark. — Lonely Planet
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Friedrichshain
9 reviews
An amazing site and a "must see" on any visit to Berlin! — Afar Magazine
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Mitte
7 reviews
The magnificent pink, baroque Prussian arsenal (Zeughaus) was constructed between 1695 and 1730, and is the oldest building on Unter den Linden. — Fodor's
8
Mitte
6 reviews
An interactive and highly entertaining exhibit about life during socialism. — Fodor's
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Charlottenburg
9 reviews
The summer residence of the Hohenzollern, is one of the most beautiful buildings in Berlin, with Baroque and Rococo apartments surrounded by magnificent gardens. — Michelin Guide
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Kreuzberg
7 reviews
This open-air exhibition (the Topographie des Terrors) is located behind a section of the Wall, built on the ruins of the Third Reich's administrative offices. — Michelin Guide
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Charlottenburg
9 reviews
This large park near the Kulturforum and Potsdamer Platz was laid out in 1650... and later redesigned by Frederick the Great. — Michelin Guide
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Mitte
5 reviews
This triumphal gate is now the emblem of Berlin but for nearly three decades it was a symbol of the divided city: the monument used to be an integral part of the Berlin Wall. — Michelin Guide
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Charlottenburg
8 reviews
Part church and part memorial, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church serves as a reminder of the destructiveness of war and the human will to survive. — Travel + Leisure
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Mitte
7 reviews
This memorial bears witness to divided Berlin, and is the only remaining section of the Berlin Wall that is preserved in its entirety. — Michelin Guide
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Steglitz-Zehlendorf (Borough)
5 reviews
This small museum is dedicated to the work of Die Brücke ('The Bridge'), a group of Expressionist painters that was founded in Dresden in 1905 before later moving to Berlin. — Time Out
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Charlottenburg
6 reviews
This building made of glass and steel (1968) by Mies Van der Rohe houses paintings and sculptures from the early 20C to the 1960s — Michelin Guide
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Charlottenburg
8 reviews
One of the Kulturforum's smaller museums, Kupferstichkabinett has occasional exhibits, which include European woodcuts, engravings, and illustrated books from the 15th century to the present. — Fodor's
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Mitte
6 reviews
The vibe of war, vegetables and whips still hangs over the 80 rooms of this Nazi-era bunker turned shining beacon of art. — Lonely Planet
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Charlottenburg
6 reviews
The zoo is home to almost 13,000 animals. — Michelin Guide
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