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Heimatmuseum Reinickendorf

Located at Alt-Hermsdorf, this quaint little museum strives to preserve and protect the history of Hermsdorf. Previously home to a school, the museum now showcases exhibits pertaining to the rich history of this district. The museum is housed in a charming historic home, in which each room discusses different eras of the district's history. Rooms such as the hunting parlor and Biedermeier room allow visitors a glimpse into the lives of the bourgeois in 19th Century Germany.

Holocaust Memorial

Sixty years after World War II, Berlin unveiled the Holocaust Memorial, known officially as the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, in memory of victims of those who lost their lives during Holocaust. An international symbol of a gloomy past of World history, this memorial, located next to the Brandenburg Gate and near the buried remains of Hitler's underground bunker, was designed by U.S. architect Peter Eisenman. The memorial's grid of 2711 gray concrete slabs covers a vast area in the heart of the city. The slabs, or stelae, stand at varied heights of up to 4.5 meters (15 feet), creating the sense of a stark concrete forest, through which visitors can wander on uneven cobblestone pathways. The design of the memorial is relatively abstract and has been interpreted in several ways. From oppression, excommunication to confinement, visitors have often observed numerous themes that possibly come strongly from the stelaes. A poignant reminder of German history's dark chapter, the memorial's information center offers detailed archives and stories of those who faced the ill-fate.

Rykestrasse Synagogue

Opened in 1904, Rykestrasse synagogue in Berlin was built in a neo-Romanesque style by local architect Johann Hoeniger. This grand structure withstood the test of time and war and still retains much of its ornate interior. In recent years, the synagogue has witnessed a revival of sorts, establishing itself as one of the foremost centers of Jewish learning in central Europe. This unique attraction is popular among architecture and history enthusiasts. Regular tours conducted in both English and German allow a personal discovery of one of the city's most iconic religious sites.

Topography of Terror

Not much is left of the Gestapo's former headquarters at Wilhelmstrasse. The original buildings were severely damaged by wartime bombing raids, and what little survived was torn down shortly after the end of the War. The Allied authorities wanted all traces of Germany's past to be destroyed as swiftly as possible. Excavations in the early 1980s brought the foundations - a long wall covered with pale white tiles -to light, and a makeshift museum was immediately established on the wasteland close to Hitler's bunker. Soon after a permanent museum building was constructed to shelter the Topography of Terror - an exhibition that chronicles the Nazi Regime. The museum is also home to one of the few remnants of the Berlin Wall. The Topography of Terror stands beside the Jewish Museum and the Holocaust Memorial as one of Berlin's most important memorials to the darkest chapter of German history.

Appel Design Gallery

A contemporary space to showcase various from of design, the Appel Design Gallery is definitely worth visiting for art aficionados. Located at Torstraße, it lies in the Mitte district of Berlin city. A small yet appealing gallery, it has temporary exhibitions that showcase design in its best form. To catch their latest exhibition, or to know the upcoming schedule, please have a look at their website.


Though Spreepark closed its doors in 2001, this defunct amusement park still attracts hordes of visitors from all over. When it had opened in 1969, it was East Germany's sole amusement park and a popular spot. Now all you can see are remnants of its glorious days as you get a glimpse of abandoned rides such as the Ferris wheel and water slide, an amphitheater and canal networks. The city offers guided tours at times but thrill seekers who want to explore this place try to sneak in through its fenced border. During summers, the old amphitheater hosts concerts and theater for children and adults alike.

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