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  • 1. C/O Berlin

    Charlottenburg | Museum/Gallery

    The C/O Berlin gallery recently moved across town from their longtime previous headquarters in Mitte; they reopened at the end of 2014 in the...Read More

  • Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirche

    2. Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirche

    Charlottenburg | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    A dramatic reminder of World War II's destruction, the ruined bell tower is all that remains of this once massive church, which was completed...Read More

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  • Käthe-Kollwitz-Museum

    3. Käthe-Kollwitz-Museum

    Charlottenburg | Museum/Gallery

    Right next door to the Literaturhaus, this small but lovingly curated museum in a formerly private home pays homage to one of Berlin’s favorite...Read More

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  • 4. Kurfürstendamm

    Charlottenburg | Neighborhood/Street

    This busy thoroughfare began as a riding path in the 16th century. The elector Joachim II of Brandenburg used it to travel between his palace...Read More

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  • 5. Literaturhaus Berlin

    Charlottenburg | House/Mansion/Villa

    This grand, 19th-century villa on one of West Berlin’s prettiest streets, is best known for its café, which approximates a Viennese coffeehouse...Read More

  • 6. Museum Berggruen

    Charlottenburg | Museum/Gallery

    This small modern-art museum holds works by Matisse, Klee, Giacometti, and Picasso, who is particularly well represented with more than 100...Read More

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  • 7. Museum Bröhan

    Charlottenburg | Museum/Gallery

    This enjoyable, lesser-known museum of art deco, art nouveau, and functionalist furniture, dishware, jewelry, and paintings is hidden away in...Read More

  • Museum für Fotografie–Helmut Newton Stiftung

    8. Museum für Fotografie–Helmut Newton Stiftung

    Charlottenburg | Museum/Gallery

    Native son Helmut Newton (1920–2004) pledged this collection of 1,000 photographs to Berlin months before his unexpected death. The man who...Read More

    Museum für Fotografie–Helmut Newton Stiftung
  • 9. Olympic Stadium

    Charlottenburg | Sports Venue

    Berlin's famous sports attraction is the 1936 Olympic Stadium, which received a thorough modernization in 2004. American sprinter Jesse Owens...Read More

  • Schloss Charlottenburg

    10. Schloss Charlottenburg

    Charlottenburg | Castle/Palace/Chateau

    A grand reminder of imperial days, this showplace served as a city residence for the Prussian rulers. The gorgeous palace started as a modest...Read More

    Schloss Charlottenburg
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  • 11. The Story of Berlin

    Charlottenburg | Museum/Gallery

    You can't miss this multimedia museum—just look for the airplane wing exhibited in front. It was once part of a "Raisin bomber," a U.S. Air...Read More

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