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Urban Nation

Urban Nation is a contemporary museum housed in a two storey building situated in the corner of Bülowstraße and Zietenstraße that is painted with large murals and paintings on the outside. With its ever-growing collection of contemporary and street art, Urban Nation has bought about a revolution in the local art scene and has built an establishment where the artists and art enthusiasts in the city can connect. Various exhibitions organized here feature artwork curated by the expert panel of international artists that choose only the best artwork from across the globe keeping the quality of exhibits always high.

Orangery Palace

Commissioned by Friedrich Wilhelm IV, Orangery Palace was built between 1851 and 1864. Construction of this mighty edifice started after the initial blueprint submitted by Friedrich Wilhelm IV. Noted architects Ludwig Ferdinand Hesse and Friedrich August Stuler were brought on board to erect the palace as per Friedrich's designs. Orangery Palace features a High Renaissance architectural style. It consists of servants' apartments, royal halls, marble statues and two other halls to keep potted plants.

Park Sanssouci

Park Sanssouci is a wonderful historic park in the city of Potsdam, which lies 30 minutes from Berlin. It is named after the summer palace built by Frederick the Great and was later extended by Frederick William IV. Sans soucis literally means "without worries," and a day in this park will surely allow you to unwind. Sanssouci and its buildings are often referred to as the Versailles of Germany. Besides the summer palace the park also hosts several other beautiful buildings like Schloss Charlottenhof, Neues Palais, Chinesische Haus and a collection of statues in the garden. The park and its palaces are a World Heritage Site protected by UNESCO. For more information on what the park has to offer, please visit the website.

Friedrichshain

The garden Volkspark Friedrichshain lends its name to Friedrichshain and is situated at the northern end of this prominent Berlin neighborhood. Friedrichshain is bordered by other city districts like Lichtenberg, Kreuzberg, Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg, and the River Spree in the south. It was initially known for its low real estate prices and attracted numerous youngsters looking for inexpensive accommodation. Today, it has seen a rapid increase in housing rates and is known as one of the trendiest districts in the city. It is the hub of fashionable boutiques, design studios and media houses and its streets are dotted with bars, restaurants and cafés. This borough is especially known for its happening nightlife. Popular tourist attractions in the area include East Side Gallery, Frankfurter Tor and the Molecule Man sculpture.

Reichstag

Constructed between 1884 and 1894, the imposing Reichstag stands witness to Germany's past and present. It was established as a parliamentary house for the German Empire under Otto von Bismarck and has since seen more than a century of European history unfurl. After World War II, the Reichstag was neglected until the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, at which time, work began on returning the building to its original purpose. This new attention led to such additions as the iconic glass dome, which was added by British architect Sir Norman Foster. Today, visitors can climb up to the dome and enjoy panoramic views of brilliant Berlin from the terrace.

Museum Island

Museum Island is located on the northern half of a historically-significant island in the Spree River that runs through Berlin. The island takes its name from the five Berlin State Museums that reside in the area - the Altes Museum, the Bode Museum, the Alte Nationalgalerie, the Neues Museum, and the Pergamon Museum. Museum Island was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999. The island's first museum was erected in 1797, and the whole area was designated specifically for art and science by King Frederick William IV of Prussia in 1841. An assemblage of spectacular historical monuments, the Museum Island is a stunning heritage hub.

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