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I have tried to visit the best sights in Berlin during my week in the capital of Germany which are reachable by public transport – metro or bus – and there is plenty to see. You need to calculate at least a week if you want to stroll through all the museums and historical sights in Berlin.
View from the Franzˆsischer Dom towards the Deutscher Dom and the concert house
Berlin is covered with construction sites
Grave of Friedrich I
View from the Berliner Dom
Parts of the wall nearby Checkpoint Charlie
Wall and border stone of DDR
Berlin Tempelhof – planes landed here during the air bridge
Remaining of an old amusement park in East Berlin
Pillars exposed to WWII
Ishtar gate from Babylon – Pergamon Museum
An astronomical device from Babylon
Strasse des 17. Juni – here you can find the Siegessäule and the Brandenburger Tor
Entrance to the Siegessäule
View from the Siegessäule towards the Brandenburger Tor
Russian War Memorial
Kaufhaus des Westens
Russian war memorial – Treptow park
Berlin was really worth to visit for sightseeing. Plenty of restaurants, museums, and entertainment keeps you busy well over a week. Berlin is also a quite international city even though you can find it hard to find signs in English when using public transportation.