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  • 1. Brandenburger Tor


    Once the pride of Prussian Berlin and the city's premier landmark, the Brandenburger Tor was left in a desolate no-man's-land when the wall was built....Read More

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  • 2. Deutsches Historisches Museum


    The museum is composed of two buildings. The magnificent pink, baroque Prussian arsenal (Zeughaus) was constructed between 1695 and 1730 and is the oldest building...Read More

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  • 3. Museum Barberini

    On the site of the Barberini Palace, destroyed by a bombing in 1945, this elegant art museum displays large-scale exhibitions, many of which focus on...Read More

  • 4. Museumsinsel


    On the site of one of Berlin's two original settlements, this unique complex of five state museums is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a...Read More

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  • 5. Neues Museum


    Originally designed by Friedrich August Stüler in 1843–55, the building housing the Neues Museum was badly damaged in World War II and has only in...Read More

  • 6. Neues Palais

    A larger and grander palace than Sanssouci, the Neues Palace stands at the end of the long avenue that runs through Sanssouci Park. It was...Read More

  • 7. Pergamonmuseum


    The Pergamonmuseum is one of the world's greatest museums and its name is derived from its principal display, the Pergamon Altar, a monumental Greek temple...Read More

  • 8. Reichstag


    The Bundestag, Germany's federal parliament, returned to its traditional seat in the spring of 1999 for the first time since 1933. British architect Sir Norman...Read More

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  • 9. Sammlung Boros


    Both an historic and a modern Berlin attraction all at once, the unique Sammlung Boros houses a private contemporary art collection inside a renovated World...Read More

  • 10. Schloss Sanssouci

    Prussia's most famous king, Friedrich II—Frederick the Great—spent more time at his summer residence, Schloss Sanssouci, than in the capital of Berlin. Executed according to...Read More

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  • 11. Tempelhofer Feld


    Of all Berlin’s many transformations, this one—from airport to park—might be the quickest. The iconic airport (it was the site of the 1948–49 Berlin airlift)...Read More

  • 12. Topographie des Terrors


    Topographie des Terrors is partially an open-air exhibit, fully exposed to the elements, and partially a stunning indoor exhibition center, where you can view photos...Read More

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  • 13. Altes Museum


    This red-marble neoclassical building abutting the green Lustgarten was Prussia's first structure purpose-built to serve as a museum. Designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, it was...Read More

  • 14. Bebelplatz


    After he became ruler in 1740, Frederick the Great personally planned the buildings surrounding this square (which has a huge parking garage cleverly hidden beneath...Read More

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  • 15. Belvedere auf dem Pfingstberg

    Commissioned by King Friedrich Wilhelm IV, the Belvedere on Pfingstberg was built in the Italian Renaissance style with grand staircases, colonnades, and perfect symmetry. It...Read More

  • 16. Berliner Dom


    A church has stood here since 1536, but this enormous version dates from 1905, making it the largest 20th-century Protestant church in Germany. The royal...Read More

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  • 17. Berliner Rathaus


    Nicknamed the "Rotes Rathaus" (Red Town Hall) for its redbrick design, the town hall was completed in 1869. Its most distinguishing features are its neo-Renaissance...Read More

  • 18. Bode-Museum


    At the northern tip of Museum Island is this somber-looking gray edifice graced with elegant columns. The museum is home to the state museum's stunning...Read More

  • 19. Gedenkstätte und Museum Sachsenhausen

    This concentration camp was established in 1936 and held 200,000 prisoners from every nation in Europe, including British officers and Joseph Stalin's son. It is...Read More

  • 20. Gendarmenmarkt

    This is without a doubt the most elegant square in former East Berlin. Anchored by the beautifully reconstructed 1818 Konzerthaus and the Deutscher Dom and...Read More

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