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  • 1 Cinema Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Potsdamer Str. 2 D - Berlin

    The archives contain no fewer than 10 000 German and foreign films and over a million documents, photos, posters and programmes. The museum is primarily focused on German cinema, with exhibits that include sets and props from Fritz Lang's 1927 Metrop..

  • 2 Atrium Tower Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Eichhornstr. 3 D - Berlin

    The DaimlerChrysler headquarters, which is reflected in the water beneath it, is one of the finest buildings in the district. It stands beside the Tiergarten tunnel gas exhaust chimney, which it has embellished with an immense campanile bearing the c..

  • 3 Rogers Towers Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Linkstraße 2-6 D - Berlin

    The three towers designed by the British architect Sir Richard Rogers are perhaps the district's most original buildings. On the right, on the far side of the park, you can see the district designed by the A & T group. This rather dreary area was des..

  • 4 Nordic Embassies Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Rauchstraße 1 D - Berlin

    By merging their embassies in Berlin, the five Nordic countries have been as innovative in diplomacy as they have been in architecture. The project was developed by the Austro-Finnish agency Berger & Parkinnen Wien. A winding ribbon of supple copper ..

  • 5 Mexican Embassy Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Klingelhöferstraße 3 D - 10785 Berlin

    The Mexican Embassy was designed and built by the Mexican architects Teodoro Gonzales de León and Francisco Serrano between 1998 and 2000. One of its distinguishing features is its façade of "concrete marble" slats, made of white cement and..

  • 6 Ludwig-Erhard-Haus Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Fasanenstraße 85 D - Berlin

    This modern building (1998), located behind the Delphi Filmpalast, houses the Chamber of Commerce and Industry as well as the Berlin Stock Exchange. The extraordinary structure, whose outline resembles an armadillo, was designed by British architect ..

  • 7 Theatre of the West Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Kantstraße 12 D - 10623 Berlin

    The Theatre of the West (1895-96) is a typical example of late-19C architectural eclecticism, merging Classical (e.g. the façade) and neo-Gothic influences: the half-timbered and brick features behind the building evoke a medieval Burg.

  • 8 Forum fridericianum Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Bebelplatz D - Berlin

    This complex was designed by Knobelsdorff to garner unprecedented artistic and scientific influence for the Prussian monarchy. The site was to include an opera house, an academy of science and a castle. Only the opera house was built, as Friedrich II..

  • 9 Museum of Indian Art (Dahlem) Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Lansstraße 8 D - Berlin

    The collection is divided up into three sections: the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia and the silk route - and includes India, of course, but also Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Tibet, Burma and Vietnam. The high point of the museum com..

  • 10 East Side Gallery Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Mülhenstr. D - 10243 Berlin

    Standing in an industrial wasteland, this 1,300m of the old Wall - the longest remaining section - provides an interesting glimpse into Berlin's recent history. Admire this open-air art gallery by walking from one end of the wall to the other: the fr..

  • 11 Konzerthaus Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Gendarmenmarkt 2 D - 10117 Berlin

    After the hall built by Langhans in 1817 was burned down, the Schauspielhaus theatre was rebuilt in 1820 by Schinkel, who took inspiration from the architecture of Ancient Greece. The building, destroyed during the Second World War, was rebuilt from ..

  • 12 Brücke Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Bussardsteig 9 D - 14195 Berlin

    This museum is dedicated to the largest group of Expressionist artists in Germany, known as the "Die Brücke" group. The Brücke was founded in Dresden in 1905 by four architectural students (Bleyl, Heckel, Kirchner and Schmidt-Rottluff) whos..

  • 13 Großer Müggelsee (Köpenick) Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Müggelseedamm D - 12587 Berlin

    4km long and 2.5km wide, this is the largest and one of the most impressive lakes in Berlin. The nearby Köpenick forest is criss-crossed with footpaths making it a pleasant place for a stroll.

  • 14 Landwehrkanal Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Planufer D - 10967 Berlin

    Cafés and restaurants are dotted along the waterfront on the Paul-Lincke-Ufer side of this canal, while a Turkish market is held every Tuesday and Friday on the Maybachufer side. The Plan Ufer is lined with large trees and attractive Jugendstil façad..

  • 15 Museum of Decorative Arts (Kulturforum) Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Tiergartenstr. 6 D - 10785 Berlin

    Dating back to 1867 (when it was housed in the Martin-Gropius-Bau), the Kunstgewerbemuseum is the oldest museum of decorative arts in Germany. After the war, its collections were divided between the east (Köpenick Palace) and the west. Since 1985, th..

  • 16 Kurfürstendamm Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Kurfürstendamm D - 10719 Berlin

    This elegant 54-m wide avenue was the heart of Berlin nightlife in the 1920s with its cafés, theatres, cabarets, smart tea-rooms and large cinemas. Known to locals as the "Ku'damm", the avenue is the cosmopolitan centre of modern Berlin, ev..

  • 17 Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum of Contemporary Art Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Invalidenstr. 50-51 D - 10557 Berlin

    Closed down in 1884, the Hamburg station was endowed with a metal roof to house the Transport and Building Museum. Today, it houses the Museum of Modern Art. The heart of the collection comes for the most part from funds left by Erich Marx. In the gr..

  • 18 Hackesche Höfe Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Rosenthaler Str. 40-41 et Sophienstr. 6 D - 10178 Berlin

    This large group of courtyards (Höfe) in the Scheunenviertel district was built in 1906. The eight courtyards, all very different in style, are home to apartments, offices, shops, restaurants, a theatre and a cinema. Designed in the Jugenstil style b..

  • 19 Potsdamer Platz Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Potsdamer Platz D - 10785 Berlin

    This district of ultra-modern tower blocks was one of the busiest junctions in Europe in the 19C. Badly damaged during the Second World War, it was cut in two by the Wall, leaving a huge wasteland to the east. Since reunification, Potsdamer Platz and..

  • 20 Prenzlauer Berg Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Kastanienallee D - 10405 Berlin

    A refuge for artists during the post-war period, then a bastion of alternative culture and political activism after the Wall came down, this district has gradually been restored and is now popular with middle-class bohemians. The peaceful streets, li..

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