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St Hedwig's Cathedral

St Hedwig's Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Cathedral. Construction began in 1748 and continued until 1771. One year later, the Cathedral was in use. A number of direct hits during WWII caused the Cathedral to collapse, but in 1952 a decision was made...

Kaiser-Wilhelm kirche Berlin

Wilhelm II commissioned this memorial church in honour of his grandfather, Kaiser Wilhelm I. The church also symbolized the unity between Prussia and the Church. The building was destroyed in 1943 during WWII, and only a small part of the tower remai...

East Side Gallery

Not much of the Berlin Wall remains, so this tip is a real gem. What makes the East Side Gallery so unique is that it's one of the few remaining sections of the Berlin Wall near the centre of Berlin. Various artists from around the world have adorned...

Boat Tour along the Spree

A boat tour along the Spree river is a great way to see the city. Many of Berlin's famous monuments lie on the banks of the Spree or can be seen from it. 46 of the Spree's 398 kilometres flow through Berlin and various companies organize boat tours a...

Berliner Dom

The Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral) is one of the most important and most beautiful of Berlin's churches. The cathedral, which was built between 1747 and 1750, suffered major damage during WWII and was subsequently rebuilt in its current, simpler for...

Weltzeituhr: World Time Clock

The Weltzeituhr, by tourists known as the World Time Clock, is a continuous rotating installation indicating time of the entire world. Since 1969, it's situated at Alexanderplatz. Since then, it has become a popular meeting place for Berliners and al...

Berlijn is de hippe hoofdstad van Duitsland

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