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Mitte
11 reviews
Stark concrete blocks arranged in a grid pattern across an entire city block commemorate the Jews killed by the Nazis. — Let's Go
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Kreuzberg
9 reviews
The fragmented design of this museum created by Daniel Libeskind is intended to symbolise the extermination of Jewish-German culture — Michelin Guide
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Mitte
8 reviews
Inside, the major exhibit is the spectacular Pergamon Altar, dedicated to Zeus and Athena and dating from 180-160BC. — Condé Nast Traveler
8
Mitte
7 reviews
Finally reopened in 2009 after extensive remodelling by the British architect David Chipperfield, this stunning building now houses the Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection. — Time Out
8
Mitte
7 reviews
The Federal German Parliament was welcomed back from Bonn in 1999 with a new glass dome, a potent symbol of political aspiration, designed by British ‘starchitect’ Norman Foster — Time Out
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Mitte
5 reviews
The gate is the monumental entry to Unter den Linden, the tree-lined boulevard (named after linden trees) which formerly led directly to the city palace of the Prussian monarchs. — Afar Magazine
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Friedrichshain
8 reviews
The East Side Gallery, a 1.2km ( 3/4-mile) section of the wall along the Spree River southeast of Alexanderplatz, is the longest and best preserved section left standing. — Frommer's
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Mitte
5 reviews
This museum admirably sets out to showcase what daily life was like for the citizens of the now-defunct German Democratic Republic. — Frommer's
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Kreuzberg
8 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
8
Mitte
6 reviews
The history and artwork displayed in many Berlin museums is worth the trip. — Afar Magazine
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Charlottenburg
8 reviews
Schloß Charlottenburg is a gigantic Baroque palace. — Let's Go
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Steglitz-Zehlendorf (Borough)
5 reviews
This museum is dedicated to the largest group of Expressionist artists in Germany, known as the "Die Brücke" group. — Michelin Guide
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Kreuzberg
6 reviews
Located on the grounds of Hitler’s SS and the Gestapo Headquarters, this modern concrete and glass building provides historical information on National Socialism and its crimes against humanity. — Frommer's
8
Charlottenburg
8 reviews
There is no more evocative site in the western sector of Berlin to remind us of the horrors of war. — Frommer's
8
Charlottenburg
8 reviews
One of my favorite parks in Berlin, Tiergarten has it all: fountains, monuments, public art, open spaces, bike paths, and trees. — Afar Magazine
8
Charlottenburg
5 reviews
Designed in the 1960s by Mies van der Rohe, the New National Gallery houses German and international paintings from the 20th century. — Time Out
8
Charlottenburg
6 reviews
Today, more than 13,000 animals live here, many of them in large, open natural habitats. The most valuable residents are the giant pandas. — Frommer's
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Charlottenburg
7 reviews
An attractive modern building that never lets its collection down. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Charlottenburg
4 reviews
The archives contain no fewer than 10 000 German and foreign films and over a million documents, photos, posters and programmes. — Michelin Guide
8
Mitte
6 reviews
The government created a memorial center and reconstructed a partial stretch of the Wall at Bernauer Strasse and Ackerstrasse, at a cost of over a million euros. — Frommer's
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