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Private Custom Walking Tour of East And West Berlin Including Double-Decker Ride
"Come close to all the main attractions on this one-day tour through East and West from the historical to the modern metropolis Berlin.Your guide will take you to the lively Western city center with its tree-lined boulevards and the impressive ruin of the Memorial Church. You will ride one of the popular double decker buses thr along Victory Column and Bellevue Palace that serves as seat of the Federal President of Germany. Walk the through the modern Government district with the famous Reichstag building. Finally it is possible to walk through Brandenburg Gate closed during the times of the German division. Not far away are the Holocaust Memorial and the former Checkpoint Charlie traces of the Third Reich and the Cold War.This 6-hours private walking tour can be customized to any interests and wishes you may have. There is much to see in the German capital and on this tour you can take as many breaks as you like. You can also take some time for lunch at Berlin's popular spot or for shopping
From EUR290.00
 
Private Custom Walking Tour of East And West Berlin Including Double-Decker Ride
"Come close to all the main attractions on this one-day tour through East and West from the historical to the modern metropolis Berlin.Your guide will take you to the lively Western city center with its tree-lined boulevards and the impressive ruin of the Memorial Church. You will ride one of the popular double decker buses thr along Victory Column and Bellevue Palace that serves as seat of the Federal President of Germany. Walk the through the modern Government district with the famous Reichstag building. Finally it is possible to walk through Brandenburg Gate closed during the times of the German division. Not far away are the Holocaust Memorial and the former Checkpoint Charlie traces of the Third Reich and the Cold War.This 6-hours private walking tour can be customized to any interests and wishes you may have. There is much to see in the German capital and on this tour you can take as many breaks as you like. You can also take some time for lunch at Berlin's popular spot or for shopping
From EUR290.00
 
"Private Modern Berlin Walking Tour: A Diverse
Private Modern Berlin Walking Tour A Diverse Vibrant and Exciting New German Capital"Explore ­the courtyards of Mitte where the previously worn and neglected buildings were quickly restored to their former glory after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Now a hub of artistic culture consumerism and IT start-ups these labyrinthine passages provided the breeding ground for Berlin's post-unification cultural scene.Visit trendy Prenzlauer Berg scene of a demographic upheaval that has seen an influx of well-heeled and upwardly mobile young families. We chronicle the fundamental changes that have transformed this one-time working-class district into an area favored by dynamic entrepreneurs and y an old brewery complex which has been totally refurbished into a center for culture and the arts. Its transformation mirrors the metamorphosis that continues in East Berlin.Experience the exciting alternative districts of Friedrichshain and Kreuz
From EUR320.00

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Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche

The church was destroyed during WWII. It must have been an impressive church before really. It now acts as a memorial. A new modern church with wonderful blue glass windows was built next to it and is...
sabsi
Sep 19, 2003

My First Photo...

This was my first photo in Berlin. I was walking along the Kantstrasse & Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedachtniskirche caught my eyes.It's one of the most famous landmarks in Berlin. It is/was a neo-Romanesque...
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coceng
Sep 07, 2003

Kaiser Wilhem Memorial Church

Kaiser Wilhem Memorial Church is also known as the hollow tooth and is one of the best known landmarks of Berlin. Opened in 1895, the church was heavily damaged by an air attack in 1943. A new...
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keeweechic
Sep 01, 2003

Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche

Bombed to hell in World War II, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church stands as a stark reminder of the horrors of war. Perched on the Ku-damm, the main thoroughfare of West Berlin, the church is...
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DrewV
Aug 13, 2003

Kaiser Willhelm Memorial Church

Or what remains of it...The first major thing I saw of Berlin was this place. It is amazing. The church was hit during WW II and all that is left of it is what you see in the picture.The glass from it...
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maryamy
May 20, 2003

Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedachtniskirche

It's one of the best known landmarks of Berlin. On 1895 the neoromance Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche (built by F. Schwechten) was opened to remind of the first German Emperor. During the II World...
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ania70pl
Apr 12, 2003

Gedächtniskirche

The Gedächtniskirche or Memorial Church on Kurfürstendamm is a monument to peace and reconciliation, and the internationally famous symbol of Berlin's desire to rebuild itself in the aftermath of the...
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Rahel
Mar 31, 2003

Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtniskirche

Symbol of the afterwar Berlin, its tower was destoyed in 1943 bombings, and is kept like that in remembrance. Wonderful mosaics inside (Kaiser Henry I, Hohenzollern).In Xmas there is a very nice...
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SirRichard
Sep 24, 2002

Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirche

Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-KircheDuring the latter part of 1943 the church was bombed during a World War II attack by the British. As a result there was only the left tower that remained standing. The...
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cheekymarieh
Sep 07, 2002

Visit the...

Visit the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirche. In Berlin it's also known as: 'Der Hohle Zahn' or 'the empty tooth' in English. Read why:Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-KircheThis church was bombed by the...
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kywildcat
Aug 26, 2002

Churches... I got really...

Churches... I got really selective on which churches I wanted to see very quickly... there are just too many in Germany to see all of them, but this one was very cool (unfortunately I don't know where...
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cynthi
Aug 26, 2002

Gedächtniskirche

For me, it's the most impressive spot of Berlin. This is a church which was destroyed by a bomb in World War 2. You can still see the church, but there's nothing inside - everything is destroyed. It...
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gschindl
Aug 26, 2002
 
 
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Things to Do Near Kaiser Wilhelm Gedaechtniskirche

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Weltkugelbrunnen - World Fountain

Weltkugelbrunnen is better known by the locals as the Wasserklops or water ball and is a popular meeting point for Berliners. The fountain was designed by professor Joachim Schmettaus in 1983 and...
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KaDeWe - Kaufhaus des Westens

Cerca deKaDeWe en Tauentzienstrasse, hay una escultura tubular de de Chillida , en conmemoracion a la reunificacion alemana , que representa las dos partes de la Ciudad, que se enroscan y no se llegan...
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Kaethe Kollwitz Museum

Käthe Kollwitz (1867-1945) was one of the most extraordinary artists of Berlin. Her works express understanding and empathy for all the grief and suffering in the world. They are a cry of protest...
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Savignyplatz

I made a visit to Savignyplatz which was a disappointment and a surprise. Before this Savignyplatz was just a station on route to Potsdam or Spandau. I had gone to area to visit the park which ended...
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Bauhaus Archive - Museum of Design

The Bauhaus Archive - Museum of Design is a small museum, but very nice if you are interested in modern architecture. It started in Darmstadt in 1960 and Walter Gropius was asked to design a dedicated...
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Soviet War Memorial

"Soviet War Memorial Tiergarten" This is one of our fondest memory of our visit to Berlin when we walk about 20 kilometers , perhaps even more. As we walk along the street called"Straße des 17. Juni"...
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Getting to Kaiser Wilhelm Gedaechtniskirche

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Breitscheidplatz, Berlin-Charlottenburg

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