Berlin, the capital of Germany is one of the most modern cities in Europe, therefore has many interesting places and attractions. You can visit Berlin in any time of the year, the beaches bars, the terraces of streets, the museums, the Tiergarten , the Hamburger Bahnhof, inter alia are perfect examples of the charms that Berlin keep to all visitants and tourist. Below we have the most representative places and attractions of the German Capital, Berlin.
The Berliner Dom was built in1905; its interior is splendidly decorated. Some important attractions are the Sauer’s Organ, the neo-baroque pulpit and the main altar, but the most impressive item is the crypt formed by ninety sarcophagi and tombs members of the house of Hohenzollern.
The Pergamonmuseum (Pergamon museum) is an amazing museum home of the collection of antiquities from ancient Babilonia, Persia and Assyria. Other important antiquities are the Zeus Altar, Market Gate of Miletus, Greek and Roman sculptures, and the Ishtar Gate among others.
The Brandenburg Gate was the symbol of the Berlin’s divide, but since the fall of the wall it has become in the symbol of reunification. The design of the gate is based on the entrance of the Acropolis in Athens and it is crowned by the “Quadriga of Victory”.
Potsdam and Sanssouci Palace
The Saussoni palace is the main attraction of Potsdam, it was the summer residence of Frederick the Great. The palace is the major proof of rococo architecture in Germany, it has 12 glamorous rooms and a concert hall located on top of a terraced vineyard.
Dahlem Museum Complex
The Dahlem museum Complex is formed by other state museums of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Fundation, The museum is remarkable for its department of Egyptology and for its wonderful collection of old masters.
Berlin’s nightlife is really good, you can find lots of bars and clubs which are normally open until tiny hours of the morning.