Nikolaiviertel, Berlin

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Nikolaikirchplatz, Berlin-Mitte
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    Nikolaikirche

    by richiecdisc Written Mar 24, 2003

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    This rebuilt 13th century church is the crowning glory of the re-developed Nikolaiviertel, an old neigborhood that houses shops, pubs, and other attractions. Though it's touristy, it has a nice old world charm if you visit it when it's not too busy.

    Directions: Just off Rathaus Strasse.

    the 13th century spires of the Nikolaikirche

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    Nikolaiviertel (Nicolai Quarter)

    by TinyTuck Written Nov 7, 2002

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    This tiny medieval-like quarter at the shore of the Spree River, with the Nikolai Church in the middle surrounded by little streets, is considered the cradle of Berlin. It got destroyed in the war, what you see now is a rebuild.

    Directions: Mitte

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    Nikolaiviertel

    by SirRichard Written Sep 24, 2002

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    This quartier is one of the few remains of the "old" Berlin. It seems like an island of the past in the middle of the modern Berlin. Located between the Spree River and the Alexanderplatz, is crossed by the Muhlendamm Street. Loads of typical bars, restaurants and Bier-Haus. Nikolaikirche stands in the middle.

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    Nikolaiviertel

    by oja Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Although I might have led you to believe that the history of Berlin started with the Cold war, it's not true (of course). Nikolaiviertel, the oldest part of the city, will show you where it all began. See the bear, the symbol of Berlin and the animal which lent the name to it, or look up for angels like I did on the photo. However, there were none around that day.

    Address: East, near the Alexanderplatz

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    Nikolai Church

    by MichaelFalk1969 Updated Apr 2, 2007

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    The oldest building of Berlin (from 1230), in the center of the historic (but touristy) Nikolaiviertel. Apart from the Nikolaichurch, there are only few remnants left of the medieval Berlin.

    Address: Nikolaikirchplatz, Berlin-Mitte

    Directions: U-Bahn: Alexanderplatz

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    The Baptismal Font

    by christine.j Written Aug 23, 2006

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    Inside the Nikolaikirche you can see this old baptismal font. It's from 1563 and shows paintings and ornaments all around. It's not something to be missed.

    Address: Nikolaikirchplatz, Berlin-Mitte

    Directions: U-Bahn: Alexanderplatz and Klosterstrasse

    Isn't it beautiful?
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    Nikolaykirche

    by Kuznetsov_Sergey Written Mar 11, 2006

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    The Gothic church of thirteenth century Nikolaykirche. It is named in honor of Sacred Nikolay - the patron of merchants and seafarers. There is a medieval city centre - Nikolayfirtel.

    Address: Nikolaikirchplatz, Berlin-Mitte

    Directions: U-Bahn: Alexanderplatz

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    Old School Europe

    by Jagermeister Written Jun 22, 2005

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    The Nikolaiviertel is a recreated "touristy" area near Alexanderplatz that contains a small pedestrian zone, quaint shops (aimed toward tourists), beer gardens, etc.

    It is worth of a few pictures.

    Address: Nikolaikirchplatz, Berlin-Mitte

    Directions: U-Bahn: Alexanderplatz

    The Nikolaikirche
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    Nikolaiviertel

    by Nelie Updated Dec 13, 2003

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    By walking through the narrow streets of Nikolaivirtel you totally can forget that you are in such big city.

    Address: Nikolaikirchplatz, Berlin-Mitte

    Directions: U-Bahn: Alexanderplatz

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    The real old Berlin The Nikolai quarter

    by johanl Written Nov 1, 2003

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    Set on an island and surrounding the Nikolai curch, the oldest parish in town. This quarter was rebuilt in 1981-89 and is a mixture of partly refurbished historic buildings and modern appartements.

    Address: Nikolaikirchplatz, Berlin-Mitte

    Directions: U-Bahn: 2 Klosterstrasse
    Tram 2,3,4 Spandauer strasse
    Bus 100,143,200,348 Spandauer stra.
    142,143,148 TXL Am Nikolaivirtel

    NIKOLAI QUARTER
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    Nikolaiviertel

    by barryg23 Written May 7, 2003

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    The Nikolaiviertel is one of Berlin's oldest neighbourhood and it's elegant streets and historic buildings provide a nice contrast to the communist-style look and feel of the surrounding areas.

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    Spree River

    by SirRichard Updated Sep 24, 2002

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    In both side of this river, from the Muhlendammbrucke, you can see old Berlin (Nikolaiviertel, at the right) and the new Berlin.

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    Nikolaiviertal

    by kenbac Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    Now greatly restored and refurbished. A fascinating area full of restaurants, pubs, inns and cafes. Very lively at night.

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