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Hackescher Markt / Hackesche Höfe

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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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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Sony-Center

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. The future is being written here.
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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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Berliner Philharmonie

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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Museumsinsel

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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