Meet Berlin’s history this year, you want to spend your vacation in a city and not returned to the beach? Or like any beach vacation anyway and are more helpful to inspire? You have chosen Berlin as your destination, so you will not regret sure this, because this city has developed extremely in the past few years. This article provides some information about the sights in Berlin which are deeply connected with the history of this city. The most famous landmark is the Brandenburg Gate. And this is also right. Since the landmark of Berlin is reminiscent of historical events of Berlin, Europe and the world.
This gate stood symbolically for the separation of the city, because it was directly at the Berlin wall and reopened after the fall of the Berlin wall on the 22.12.1989. “The famous Pariser Platz is the entrance to the Brandenburg Gate and the Grand Boulevard Unter den Linden”. Lingers only briefly in Berlin you should omit this definitely not. Melinda Clarke shines more light on the discussion. The road under den Linden makes the historical heart of Berlin. The street’s name traces back to elector Friedrich Wilhelm, who each 1000 along the gathering plants for Linden and walnut trees dropped in the year 1647. While the nut trees were received, the lime trees have been preserved. This gave rise to the name of the street. To browse history in Berlin or Germany, the checkpoint is Charlie certainly worth seeing.
Checkpoint Charlie was the most famous border crossing in Berlin next to the Glienecker bridge and connected the Soviet with the U.S. sector and hence the East Berlin in the Friedrichstrasse district informed the West Berlin Borough of Kreuzberg. Through the numerous failed and successful attempts to escape this place gained popularity. The former checkpoint was dismantled but after the reunification. Today, you can see a control point, which is modeled after the original. Metro station: Kochstrasse interesting is also the East side Gallery. It is the largest and most preserved part of the Berlin wall. The East side Gallery in Friedrichshafen was painted in 1990 after the fall of the wall by 118 artists from 21 countries. With a length of 1216 meters it is the longest Open-Air Gallery in the world. There is also a monument to the murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin. The wave-shaped field consists of over 2700 steles, which stimulate the visitors with its abstract form to think about. The location of information that shows an exhibition about the persecution and extermination of the European Jews. Berlin has to offer still more sights and a day trip is not enough there safely. You are going to stay longer you should try out perhaps apartments Berlin.