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Platz vor dem Neuen Tor 1 A/B, Berlin, 10115, Germany
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Forum Posts

Christmas Markets

by Grimh71

Are there any good Christmas Markets open on Christmas eve? Someone told me that most end on the 23rd. Is the Spandau Market still going on the 24th?

Re: Christmas Markets

by Kakapo2

It also only goes until the 23rd.

http://www.partner-fuer-spandau.de/Startseite_26_0.html

Re: Christmas Markets

by abalada

http://www.berlin-tourist-information.de/kultur/index.en.php?sprache=en&menuItm=winterzauber&subMenuItm=weihnachtsmaerkte
e.g. the first 2 on the list are open on the 24th at least till early/later afternoon.

Re: Christmas Markets

by blackbirdxx

24.12.2008 the Christmas Market at Alexanderplatz (in front of "Rotes Rathaus") is open until 2 p.m.
But the market in front of Charlottenburger Schloss is closed.

Travel Tips for Berlin

Dom

by bugulma

First building on the place was built in 1469, it was Castle Chapel. In 1536 the chapel became church. In 1747 it was became the main church of the Prussian Dukes and it was the burial place of them. In 1817-1822 Johann Boumann renovated the church and built cupolas. In 1893-1905 Julius Raschdorff brought a style to the Dom we see nowadays. In WWII the Dom was destroyed and then rebuilt in 70-80ss. The Dom opened in 1993. There are nice views inside and from the roof of the Dom. Some views you may see in my travelogue.

Two-faced Berlin

by croisbeauty

Berlin is definetely two-faced place, but not because of its aspect only. It was, in my opinion, a huge mistake dividing it into two UNATURAL parts after WW II. No metter if called East and West Berlin, it was the same town inhabited by the same German people. After being separated for almost fifthy years, the town finaly became what it was eversince its foundation. However, what is town without its inhabitants? Menthal separation still exist and it can be noticed virtualy everywhere.
Was is right to punish people for crimes made by the certain individuals?

Potsdam

by mvtouring

Need to escape the hussle and bussle of the pulsating Berlin, then go to Potsdam. At Potsdam visit the Sanssousi Castle with its gracious gardens, lovely petite Chinese Teahouse and lovely Baroque buildings. To the southwest of Sanssousi Castle you will find Charlottenhof Castle which was built for Crown Prince Frederick William. Also on the premises you will find the Cecilienhof Castle a small castle that was used for the Potsdam Conference between USSR, USA, Great Britian and France concering the future of Germany.

International Books

by Bushman23 about Dussmann "das KulturKaufhaus"

This is the only place in Berlin where i could find English literature. There are 4 levels of books, Music, Software, etc. Only one level of foreign books though, but thats enough. A wide range of Fiction, Non-Fiction, fantasy, & best-sellers are available, at reasonable prices too. I bought 2 books for €27, which is cheap considering that one is a relatively new release, and they're both BIG. Well, in this case... Books? Most of the books ranged between €10 and €20 for softcover, and anything from €18 and up for hardcover, new releases.

Nighttime walking

by matcrazy1 about Friedrichstraße (Mitte)

I was walking in the early evening along one of the main streets of Mitte called Friedrichstra?e which went to Kreuzberg.
All of numerous shops located there were closed (thanks God :-) that time but it was nice place to watch people, evening window shopping and there were quite many restaurants and cafes located there. It was probably good place for a stop but I was a little bit in a hurry :-).

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