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The Bikinihaus in Berlin was originally designed and built as an industrial building and was later used as a commercial and office building. The entire complex was built with funds from the US Marshall Plan launched after World War II. Today the complex is a listed building and is home to a large shopping center and a large range of restaurants from many countries around the world.

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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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Anyone visiting Berlin should plan a visit to the Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe for short). The department store founded by Adolf Jandorf on March 27, 1907 is the best-known department store in Germany. With over 60,000 square meters of retail space, it is also one of the largest shopping centers in Europe.

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If you are planning a visit to Berlin, you will definitely not be able to avoid the Berlin Philharmonie. Since the old Berlin Philharmonic was destroyed in World War II, a new Philharmonic had to be built afterwards. This was completed in 1963 according to plans by Hans Scharoun. Famous conductors such as Herbert von Karajan, Claudio Abbado and Sir Simon Rattle have helped the Berlin Philharmonic achieve a worldwide reputation in recent decades. The outstanding acoustics were perfectly calculated during the planning stage and are still the standard by which other philharmonic orchestras measure themselves. The Berlin Philharmonic has a built-in organ with 91 registers. Thanks to the so-called “vineyard architecture”, you have a very good view of the stage almost everywhere.

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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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The City Palace in Berlin was used as the residence of many electors, kings and emperors from 1443 onwards. The castle was built in the Baroque style and also has Classical influences. Since the beginning of the 20th century it has also been used by various authorities and for scientific institutions. The 70 meter high dome is a landmark of the city and serves as a popular photo motif.

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Das Sony-Center bildet am Potsdamer Platz einen Ort, der verschiedene Schmelztiegel miteinander vereint. Dabei spiegelt das Sony-Center aktuelle Innovationen wider und gibt einen Ausblick in die Zukunft. Kulturelle Einflüsse fließen dabei ebenso ein, wie die urbanen Veränderungen in den großen Metropolen der Welt. Hier wird Zukunft geschrieben.
Mit seiner futuristischen Architektur ist es weltweit einzigartig.

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The shopping mile is one of the most common destinations when you are looking for the latest fashion trends, the most beautiful designer shops or cheap bargains. But the Ku'damm has much more to offer. Large department stores, such as the Europa Center, alternate with small boutiques and leave almost nothing to be desired.

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Charlottenburg Palace is one of the most beautiful palace complexes in Germany and was once the seat of the electors from Brandenburg, several Prussian kings and emperors. In addition, Charlottenburg Palace was a favorite residence of the Hohenzollerns, whose rulers lived in the palace for several generations. Over the centuries, the garden has been redesigned several times and it still looks magnificent today.

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The Red Town Hall in Berlin is one of the city's landmarks thanks to its eye-catching architecture. The Red Town Hall is the seat of the acting mayor. It stands near Alexanderplatz and has 247 rooms in which the fortunes of the capital are managed. In the Red Town Hall there is also a coat of arms hall and a large ballroom that can be used for receptions.

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The Museum Island bundles several museums into one complex and is also located in the historical center of Berlin. The Museum Island bundles the exhibitions of the Old Museum, the New Museum, the Old National Gallery, the Bode Museum and the Pergamon Museum. That is why the Museum Island attracts countless visitors every year and is an absolute must on a city tour.

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The Humboldt Forum, which is also located in the historic center of Berlin, now serves as a museum for numerous scientific exhibitions on a wide variety of topics. In addition to the permanent exhibitions, there are also changing exhibitions from a wide variety of collections. Like the namesake Alexander von Humboldt, the Humboldt Forum has a wide range of exhibitions.

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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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The Hackescher Markt is the creative center of the capital and is located between Alexanderplatz and Friedrichstrasse. The transformation of Hackescher Markt began right after the fall of the Berlin Wall, when numerous creative artists and fashion designers shaped Hackescher Markt into a creative place in the city. Immediately after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Hackesche Höfe were also extensively renovated, which to this day are home to numerous workshops in the fields of fashion, design, jewellery, art and culture. Numerous gastronomic facilities have also settled here.

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The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on Berlin's Breitscheidplatz was inaugurated on September 1, 1895 and is certainly one of the most striking sights on a city tour of Berlin. The evangelical church, popularly known as the hollow tooth, rings 5 heavy bells across Kurfürstendamm and, with its neo-Romanesque architecture, forms the focal point between the Bikinihaus, the Zoopalast and the Waldorf Astoria.

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If you want to go on an extensive shopping spree in Berlin, you cannot avoid the Europa Center. From multimedia to wellness, you will find everything your heart desires here. Over 70 shops and numerous culinary destinations form a focal point in the Europa Center that has something to offer for every taste. The Europa Center, which is located right next to the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, focuses on the latest trends as well as a wide range of offers. The Europa Center is also a meeting point for Berlin's cabaret scene, as numerous events of all kinds also take place there.

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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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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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If you visit Berlin and haven't seen the Brandenburg Gate, you really can't be helped. It is the city's most important landmark and the symbolic place for German unity. The Brandenburg Gate was built from 1788 to 179+1 according to the plans of Carl Gotthard Langhans, who is based on the Propylaea of the Acropolis. While the Brandenburg Gate is a symbol of unification today, it was a symbol of German division in GDR times. The Brandenburg Gate was expanded in 1793 with the Quadriga by Johann Gottfried Shadow.

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At almost 368 meters tall, the Berlin television tower is the tallest building in the Federal Republic of Germany and the 4th tallest television tower on the European continent. The Berlin television tower was opened in the late 1960s and has been one of the city's landmarks ever since. In the television tower there is a viewing platform and a revolving restaurant. Today the television tower is a listed building.

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