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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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Bikini Berlin

Bikini House Berlin was designed and built in the 1950s as an industrial building. Later it was also used as a commercial and office building. The entire building ensemble was realized with funding from the Marshall Plan. Today, the complex is a listed building and home to a variety of original and international stores, boutiques, flagship stores and restaurants.
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Berlin TV Tower

With its size of almost 368 meters, the Berlin TV Tower is the tallest building in the Federal Republic of Germany and the fourth tallest TV tower on the European continent. It was opened in the late 1960s and has been one of the city's landmarks ever since. In the TV tower there is a viewing platform and a panoramic restaurant. Today, the TV tower is a listed building.
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Brandenburg Gate

The Brandenburg Gate is the most important landmark of the city and the symbolic place for the unity of Germany. Built in the years 1788 to 1791 according to the designs of Carl Gotthard Langhans, it is modeled on the Propylaea of the Acropolis. In 1793, the Brandenburg Gate was expanded with the addition of Johann Gottfried Shadow's Quadriga. While today the Brandenburg Gate is a symbol of unity, during the time of the GDR it was one of the symbols of German division.
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Kaiser-Wilhelm Memorial Church

Die Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche am Berliner Breitscheidplatz wurde am 1. September 1895 eingeweiht und gehört sicherlich zu den markantesten Sehenswürdigkeiten bei einer Stadtrundfahrt durch Berlin. Die im Volksmund "hohler Zahn" genannte evangelische Kirche, läutet mit 5 schweren Glocken über den Kurfürstendamm und bildet mit ihrer neoromanischen Architektur den Mittelpunkt zwischen dem Bikini Berlin, dem Zoopalast und dem Waldorf Astoria.
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