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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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Shopping Mile Kurfürstendamm

Die Shoppingmeile gehört zu den häufigsten Zielen, wenn man die aktuellsten Modetrends, die schönsten Designerläden oder auf der Suche nach günstigen Schnäppchen ist. Der Ku'damm hat aber noch weit mehr zu bieten. Große Kaufhäuser, wie das Europa Center, wechseln sich mit kleinen Boutiquen ab und lassen nahezu keine Wünsche offen.
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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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Red townhall

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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Bikinihaus Berlin

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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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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