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Das Mauermuseum – Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie

Das Mauermuseum – Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie wurde kurz nach dem Bau der Berliner Mauer im August 1961 gegründet und im Oktober 1962 eröffnet. Sein Gründer, Dr. Rainer Hildebrandt, setzte sich am Checkpoint Charlie für die Opfer der Mauer ein und half denen, die nach Freiheit suchten. Das Museum beherbergt Zeugnisse erfolgreicher Fluchten und ist ein Museum des internationalen gewaltfreien Kampfes.
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Europa Center

If you want to go on an extensive shopping spree in Berlin, you can't miss the Europa Center. From multimedia to wellness, you can find everything your heart desires here. Over 70 stores as well as numerous restaurants and cafes form a focal point that has something to offer for every taste. The Europa Center focuses on the latest trends as well as on varied offers. With numerous events of all kinds, the center is also a focal point for the Berlin cabaret scene.
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East Side Gallery

Die East Side Gallery gehört zu den eindringlichsten Orten der Hauptstadt und erinnert an die Berliner Mauer und deren Opfer. Künstler aus der ganzen Welt haben sich an der East Side Gallery verewigt. Zudem bietet das „The Wall Museum" direkt an der East Side Gallery die Möglichkeit, die Geschichte live zu erleben. Nutzen Sie unseren Zwischenhalt an der East Side Gallery und tauchen sie in die Geschichte Berlins ein.
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Berlin Philharmonic Hall

A visit to the Berlin Philharmonic Hall is worth a trip in any case. After the old building was destroyed in World War II, the new Philharmonie was built in 1963 according to the plans of Hans Scharoun. Famous conductors such as Herbert von Karajan, Claudio Abbado and Sir Simon Rattle have helped the Berlin Philharmonie achieve worldwide fame in recent decades. The outstanding acoustics were calculated in detail at the planning stage and are still the standard by which other philharmonic halls are measured today. A component of the Berlin Philharmonic Hall is also a built-in organ, which comprises 91 stops. Due to the so-called "Weinberg architecture", one has a very good view of the stage almost everywhere.
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Promenade "Unter den Linden"

Unter den Linden was initially only a bridle path until Frederick the Great saw to its expansion into a large promenade. His equestrian statue still adorns the eastern end of the street. Today, the historic street is part of the city's lifestyle with numerous magnificent buildings that were rebuilt after World War II. These include the Princess Palace, the Armory, the Crown Prince Palace and the Opera House. We will introduce you to the history of the street Unter den Linden and its buildings on our city tour.
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