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Zoologischer Garten

The Berlin Zoological Garden covers an area of 33 hectares and is located in the Tiergarten district of Berlin. It is the oldest zoo in Germany and is home to over 20,000 animals and well over 1000 animal species, including some species that are threatened with extinction. In the immediate vicinity there is a large aquarium in which fish, reptiles, insects and amphibians can be seen. The zoological garden is also the namesake of the Berlin train station zoological garden and can be reached via this.
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East Side Gallery

When visiting Berlin, there is one place that cannot be missed that you should definitely visit. The East Side Gallery is one of the most haunting places in the capital, remembering the Berlin Wall and its victims. Artists from all over the world have immortalized themselves at the East Side Gallery and 'The Wall Museum at the East Side Gallery' gives you the opportunity to experience history live. Take advantage of our stopover at the East Side Gallery and visit The Wall Museum at the East Side Gallery.
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Unter den Linden

For Berliners, Unter den Linden is not just a promenade, but part of the city's lifestyle. The road that was originally built was initially just a bridle path and has been expanded over the years. Frederick the Great saw to it being expanded into a large promenade. His equestrian statue still adorns the east end of the street. Numerous magnificent buildings were erected along the street. These include the Prinzessinnenpalais, the Arsenal, the Kronprinzenpalais and the Opera House. After the end of World War II, reconstruction began. There were also many buildings in the style of the architecture of the 1960s. On our city tour we will introduce you to the history of the street Unter den Linden and its buildings.
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Deutscher Bundestag

The Reichstag building is certainly one of the landmarks of the capital Berlin and an integral part of a city tour of Berlin. During the construction of the Berlin Reichtag, influences from the Renaissance, Baroque and Classicism were incorporated, resulting in a magnificent building. This was destroyed both in the First World War and in the Second World War and rebuilt again and again. Today the Berlin Reichstag is the seat of the German Bundestag.
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Holocaust Mahnmal

The Holocaust Memorial is a central location in Berlin commemorating the murder of Jews in Europe at the time of the Holocaust. The American architect Peter Eisenmann prevailed against many other architects from all over the world with his design. The inauguration took place in 2005 with a ceremony.
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