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St. Nicholas' Church

Built on the site of Berlin's oldest church, the Nikolaikirche today is still the site of regular services, but also houses a museum highlighting its rich history, a tower which boasts some spectacular views, and fantastic acoustics, which are a boon when it hosts musical acts. This attraction is also worth a visit for its Medieval architecture and twin green spires.

Britzer Garten

Britzer Garten attracts numerous visitors to its 90-hectare (222.39-acre) well-manicured space. At the garden, each season showcases a variety of flowers. A colorful riot of tulips bloom during April, while numerous roses and daffodils blossom in June and September respectively. Besides offering a visual treat with this wonderful lush landscape, the garden also hosts various concerts, events and sporting activities that engage people of all ages.

THE WALL - asisi Panorama Berlin

The artist Yadegar Asisi has come to be renown for his awe-inspiring photographic exhibitions and panoramas, captivating the imagination of the thousands who are drawn to his massive installations. Through The Wall, Asisi brings to life a fictitious day in autumn on both sides of the Berlin wall in the 1980s. With the help of music, Asisi has created a truly immersive experience that brings to light the mundane realities and deeper concerns of the denizens of a city divided by political ideology. The lobby is home to numerous photographs collected by those who witnessed the fall of the Berlin Wall and the events the preceded it, offering visitors an introduction to the experience that awaits within. Group and individual guided tours of the exhibition are offered as well.

Stiftung Neue Synagoge Berlin - Centrum Judaicum

The imposing structure, with its striking golden dome makes Neue Synagoge one of Berlin's most instantly recognizable landmarks. Designed by architect Eduard Knoblauch in 1859, the synagogue was the center of Jewish life in Berlin until the the night of 9th November 1938 (Kristallnacht), when it was attacked by Nazi storm-troopers. After an Allied air raid in 1943, the synagogue lay in ruins for around 40 years after the end of the war. It was then restored and reopened as a museum of Jewish culture on the fiftieth anniversary of Kristallnacht, in 1988.

Späth-Arboretum

Take a walk through some of the most beautiful nature lanes in Berlin and admire the thousands of exotic plants species and flower meadows of the Späth-Arboretum. Founded by notable German botanist Franz Ludwig Späth in 1879, it has grown considerably in the last two centuries and today boasts of 1200 ornamental trees, 4000 species of plants along with a aromatic, herbal, medicinal and rock garden. It is currently owned and maintained by the Natural Sciences and Biology department of the Humboldt University of Berlin who organize guided tours, educational activities, special exhibitions, summer concerts and festivals throughout the year at the arboretum. Styled like a Victorian English garden, it is a perfect location for a romantic walk and a must visit attraction for nature enthusiasts.

Bell Tower of Berlin Olympic Stadium

Bell Tower of Berlin Olympic Stadium is an important historical and cultural landmark of the city and a popular tourist attraction offering panoramic views of the city and its neighboring townships. The 77 meters (252 feet) tall tower was originally built in 1934 but reconstructed in 1962 after being destroyed in 1947 due to safety reasons. The former tower used to house a 9.6 tons Olympic Bell which was unfortunately damaged and today serves as a monument. Currently a 4.5 tons bell hangs in the tower and is inscribed with the German slogan of the 1936 Olympic games. A small historical exhibition depicting the history of Germany from the 19th Century to the Nazi era can be seen on the lower floors of the memorial building and is worth checking out for history enthusiasts.

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