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    This is the oldest and biggest Prussian estate and was for many years the abode of German royalty. One of its amazing features is the collosal 50-meter-high central dome, luxurious baroque and a big garden that was influenced by Versailles' gardens.
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      • Funkturm Berlin
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      • Deutschlandhalle
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        Deutschlandhalle was an arena in the Westend neighbourhood of Berlin, Germany. It was inaugurated on 29 November 1935 by Adolf Hitler. The building was granted landmark status in 1995, but on December 3, 2011, the building was demolished. Built primarily for the 1936 Summer Olympics, the Deutschlandhalle could hold 8,764 people. The Olympic boxing, weightlifting and wrestling competitions took place here. On 19 February 1938 test pilot Hanna Reitsch demonstrated the first indoor flight in the ar...
      • Kapelle der Versöhnung
        6.72 Km from Charlottenburg Palace
        The Kapelle der Versöhnung (simply: Chapel of Reconciliation) stands on the site of the old Church of Reconciliation (Versöhnungskirche in German), on Bernauer Straße in the Mitte district of Berlin.
      • DDR Museum
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      • Mauerpark
        7.71 Km from Charlottenburg Palace
        Mauerpark is a public linear park in Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg district. The name translates to "Wall Park", referring to its status as a former part of the Berlin Wall and its Death Strip. The park is located at the border of Prenzlauer Berg and Gesundbrunnen district of former West Berlin.
      • Max-Schmeling-Halle
        7.80 Km from Charlottenburg Palace
        Max-Schmeling-Halle is a multi-purpose arena, in Berlin, Germany, named after the famous German boxer Max Schmeling. Apart from the Velodrom, it's one of Berlin's biggest indoor sports arenas and holds from 8,861 people, up to 11,000 people. The opening ceremony happened on December 14, 1996, in the presence of Max Schmeling.
      • Kulturbrauerei
        8.23 Km from Charlottenburg Palace
        The Berlin Kulturbrauerei (literally "Culture Brewery") is a 25,000 square metres (270,000 sq ft) building complex in Berlin, Germany. Originally built and operated as a brewery, its courtyards and unique architecture have been protected as a monument since 1974 and it is one of the few well-preserved examples of industrial architecture in Berlin dating from the end of the 19th Century. It is supported by the Treuhandliegenschaftsgesellschaft (TLG) and operated commercially as a cultur...

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      • Kurfürstendamm

        Kurfürstendamm Street is located in the bezirk Charlottenburg in western Berlin. The street is renowned for big departmental stores but KaDeWe is the most popular and you will many pleasant restaurants in the area. 

        How to get to Kurfürstendamm: You can make use of U-Bahn at Wittenbergplatz, U2 or U3 or board the U9 or U2 to the location Zoologischer Garten.

        Shops: KaDeWe, The body shop, Douglas shop, H&M, Zara, Peek&Cloppenburg, C&A shop, Karstadt, Timberland, Fanshop Hertha shop, Nikeshop.

        Kurfürstendamm, Berlin, Germany
      • Zoo Berlin
        This is the oldest zoo in Berlin with over 17,000 animals of different species like zebras, giraffes, Artic wolves, African penguins, giant pandas and so on. You will also find the biggest aviary in Europe and a big aquarium in which over 9,000 creatures such as, jellyfish, tropical fish, reef, tiger sharks, reptiles, insects, etc. swim
        Zoo Berlin Hardenbergplatz 8, 10787 Berlin, Germany
      • Großer Tiergarten
        Grosser Tiergarten is an important tourist attraction in Berlin. This wonderful park covers 210 hectares with a plethora of trees, scrubs, grasses and flowers. There are also many monuments and statues in the park including the statue of Queen Luise as well as the monument of Frederick Wilhelm III.

        The most popular monument in the park is the Victory Column, a massive structure crowned by the gold statue of Victoria.
        Großer Tiergarten Str. des 17. Juni 31, 10785 Berlin, Germany
      • Reichstag Building
        In 1894, The Reichstag was initially completed and was serving as the base of the German Empire's Imperial Diet until its destruction in 1933. Following the reunification of Germany, it was reconstructed for ten years and became the parliament building in 1999.

        The high point of this reconstructed building is the replacement dome known as the Kuppel. It is made of glass and you can have a look of the neighboring cities, particularly during the night, from the Rooftop Restaurant.

        However, it is important for you to note that you need a ticket to enter the dome and it is advisable to request for the ticket in advance due to a high demand.
        Reichstag Building Reichstagsgebäude, Platz der Republik 1, 10557 Berlin, Germany
      • Brandenburg Gate
        The Brandenburg Gate is the most acclaimed historic monument in Berlin. It was a symbol of disunity but now represents unity. The gate was authorized for use in 1788 by King Friedrich Wilhelm II and it is 26 meters tall with its location at Mitte district's Pariser Platz, near Reichstag building. Since it was a blocked gate during the cold war, it was the usual spot for demonstrations by people of West Berlin.
        Brandenburg Gate Pariser Platz, 10117 Berlin, Germany
      • Mall of Berlin

        Opened in September 2014, Mall of Berlin is the newest place to shop. It is near the Potsdamer Platz and has more than 270 shops on a 200,000 square meter landmass.

        How to get to Mall of Berlin: The most convenient way is through the U-Bahn using the square Potsdamer Platz and Mohrenstraße. Popular Shops: Peek & Kloppenburg, Guess, Esprit, H&M, C&A, Douglas, Armani, G-Star, Saturn, Replay, Pepe Jeans, Levi’s, Vans, Hugo Boss.

        Mall of Berlin Leipziger Pl. 12, 10117 Berlin, Germany
      • Friedrichstraße

        Friedrichstrasse is one of the best places for a tourist to shop and this is because of top tourist attractions around like the Checkpoint Charlie and others. Friedrichstrasse is closely associated to the splendid history of Berlin and World War II.

        How you can get to Friedrichstrasse: Through the S-bahn you may get into Friedrichstrasse.

        Shops: Hugo Boss, Breitling, Emporio Armani, Escada, Dussman Kulturkaufhaus, Galeries Lafayette, Gucci.

        Friedrichstraße, Berlin, Germany
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        Englerallee 23, 14195 Berlin, Germany
      • Berlin Wall Memorial

        The Berlin Wall built in 1961 and demolished in 1989, is today a centre of attraction in Berlin. With features like the Marienfelde Refugee Center Museum displaying exhibits pertaining to 1.5 million people who went past Berlin as refugees and the monument in remembrance of the divided city as well as the casualties of communism. 

        There is also the window of remembrance and a visitor center where you will have the opportunity of seeing the remains of the wall. 

        You will also find the Museum Haus and Checkpoint Charlie that was the interchange between East and West of Berlin city, with exhibits tracking the history of human right.

        Berlin Wall Memorial Bernauer Str. 111, 13355 Berlin, Germany
      • Gendarmenmarkt
        This is one of the biggest squares in Berlin with three popular historical structures; the Konzerthaus, the German Cathedral (Deutscher Dom) and the French Cathedral (Französischer Dom).

        The Gendarmenmarkt is a first-class tourist point in Berlin accommodating top events every year like the classical concerts on the steps of the Konzerthaus Theater during summer and the square becomes the city's renowned Christmas market in December.
        Gendarmenmarkt, 10117 Berlin, Germany

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      Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
      Jan -0.7 69.6 30.7 27.4
      Feb 0.1 49.7 32.2 19.6
      Mar 3.1 44.2 37.6 17.4
      Apr 7.4 49.3 45.3 19.4
      May 12.9 49.8 55.2 19.6
      Jun 15.9 62.6 60.6 24.6
      Jul 17.7 78.3 63.9 30.8
      Aug 16.4 69.3 61.5 27.3
      Sep 13.1 49.4 55.6 19.4
      Oct 7.9 48.7 46.2 19.2
      Nov 3.2 55.5 37.8 21.9
      Dec 0.4 64.4 32.7 25.4

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        • Place filled with art collection and taste of Sophie Charlottenburg. Took a century to build the entire place. Sadly destroyed in second in WW2. Good to see that effort has been made to restore the palace as close as to its glory. Go just go for pictures. Spending time walking in the palace, with the help of audio guide is highly recommended and rewarding experience.
        • Very pleasant place. Nice weather for taking pictures. There was a small cafe with excellent coffee and perfect interview with an old woman. We were talking about the history of Charlottenburg and also about the life in divided town. Thank you madam.
        • One of my favorite spots in Berlin. The palace is super cute and renders very nice pictures, but my favorite part is the garden behind it. It looks gorgeous during all seasons of the year! Also, there's a very nice Christmas Market in front of the palace in December. In my opinion it is the cutest Christmas Market in Berlin, although it is quite pricey!
        • Beautiful palace with exquisite decor, filled with history and interesting takes on the king and queen who commissioned the renovation of the palace. You cannot take photographs inside the palace, which is a pity, except if you pay a special photography visit (or something), about which we were only told inside the palace. So no pictures inside. Also up until April, one cannot visit all of the buildings, so the visit was a lot shorter than we anticipated. The gardens were obviously not in the best shape since we visited in the winter months, but obviously no surprise there. I would recommend a visit during the summer and getting full information about the visit WITH photography allowed.
        • Splendid palace with plenty of rooms. Unfortunately in winter time some are closed and other still under renovation. Anyway a lot of rococo paintings and interiors, beautiful early neoclassical rooms and old authentic barock wooden cabinets with beautiful mirrors effects. Definitely muss see in Berlin.

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          Address : Charlottenburg Palace Spandauer Damm 20-24, 14059 Berlin, Germany
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