Berlin is an amazing city European visit. Even if you do not see it as a metropolitan city to visit the German capital for the first time, Berlin dedicated a significant part of history. From my recent visit to Berlin, I will recommend the best places to visit in Berlin. The first and most important place to visit is the Brandenburg Gate, which was the crossing point between East and West Berlin during the Cold War. Located on the Pariser Platz, Brandenburg an impressive neoclassical architecture embodies the goddess Victoria, goddess of victory, adorned the top of the door. Bebel Platz is the location of the monument commemorating the burning of books, the first Nazi book burning in May 1933. The best time to visit the memorial book burning is the night where you can clearly see the shelves in the room well lit underground. Currently, there are two places where you can visit the Wall. The second location is the East Side Gallery, which is the longest stretch of wall remains. With the wall if you want to get a better understanding of the history of the Cold War, another show I recommend is the Checkpoint Charlie guardhouse located in Kreuzberg., That guard was a border between the territory of the United States and West Germany and the Soviet Union in the GDR, where people still see the sign “You are leaving the American sector” with the image of a U.S. soldier front of you, even if the guard house was rebuilt as a Hollywood type of parameter.
Here is a list of other sights to see in Berlin:
* Kaiser Wilhelm Church: This church was bombed during World War II pretty hard.
* Holocaust Memorial: This simple movement of the gray walls of memory on different volumes, is a symbolic tribute to Holocaust victims.
* Pergamon Museum of Berlin is full of many museums, but it is true that encourage you to visit this museum because it has a wide range of Greek sculptures and the Arc.