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Berlin fan? We are too! Here are a few exciting tips for you!

Berlin fan? We are too! Here are a few exciting tips for you!

Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag and Museum Island. Already seen it all? No problem! guidable has a few more spots in store that will let you see the city with new eyes.

Markthalle Neun

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Markthalle Neun is a market hall in Kreuzberg that regularly hosts street food markets and other culinary events. The market hall is also home to a number of specialty stores selling food, wine and other products. Markthalle Neun is a popular place for foodies and offers the opportunity to try different international cuisines.

Gleisdreieck Park

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Gleisdreieckpark is a park in Berlin that was created on a former railroad site. It offers many leisure activities such as sports fields, a skate park and a large green area and is a popular place for Berlin residents and tourists.

Jewish Museum Berlin

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The Jewish Museum Berlin is located in a spectacular building in the Kreuzberg district and houses an extensive collection of exhibits documenting the history and culture of Jews in Germany. It serves as an important place of remembrance and learning about the persecution and extermination of Jews during the Holocaust.

The former Führer bunker

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The former Führerbunker was an underground air raid shelter in Berlin that housed Adolf Hitler and other high-ranking members of the National Socialist government during the final days of the Second World War. The bunker was blown up after the war and today there are no visible traces left at the site, but there is a memorial plaque commemorating the crimes of the National Socialist regime and the devastation of the Second World War.

The Devil's Mountain

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Teufelsberg" is an artificial hill in Berlin that was built from the rubble of the Second World War. It is located in the Grunewald district and is known for the former National Security Agency (NSA) listening station from the early 1960s, which is now a popular destination for tourists and street art enthusiasts.

The Olympic Stadium

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The Olympic Stadium in Berlin was built in 1936 for the Olympic Games and has a capacity of 74,475 seats. Today it serves as a venue for major sporting events, concerts and other events and is a popular tourist destination and an important symbol of Berlin's history.

The memorial church

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The Gedächtniskirche is a famous neo-Romanesque style church located in Charlottenburg. The church was built in 1895 but was badly damaged during the Second World War. The striking, destroyed tower was left standing as a memorial to the war. The church was rebuilt in the 1950s and now serves as a memorial church and a venue for concerts and other events.

Tempelhofer Feld

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Tempelhofer Feld is a former airfield in the south of Berlin that is now used as a public park. It offers many recreational opportunities such as sports fields, an open-air museum and a farm and is a popular recreational area for Berlin residents and tourists.

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