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Ranked #31 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Theaters; Concerts; Ballets; Performances
Owner description: The Palast is by far the most visited theatre in Berlin. Every year, more than half a million guests experience modern show... more » Owner description: The Palast is by far the most visited theatre in Berlin. Every year, more than half a million guests experience modern show entertainment on the biggest theatre stage in the world. THE SUNDAY TIMES speaks approvingly of "Las Vegas in Berlin". With over 100 artists and 60 employees behind the scenes, the world's largest long running shows are staged here. Who wants to experience something special and impressive, the Palast in Berlin is the first choice - especially for international visitors who do not speak German. Welcome to Europe's Show Palace! « less
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Ranked #32 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Parks
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Ranked #33 of 462 attractions in Berlin
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Category: Museums
this is the Egyptian Collection which was moved into the Neues Museum 4 weeks ago. it was previously closed for 10years.
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Ranked #34 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Museums
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Ranked #35 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Neighborhoods
The historic district of former East Berlin.
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Ranked #36 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Owner description: A nostalgic tour back through time! Retrace the history of the genre from the salons of Paris in 1881, through to it's demise... more » Owner description: A nostalgic tour back through time! Retrace the history of the genre from the salons of Paris in 1881, through to it's demise under National Socialism in Weimar Berlin in 1933. Dark and sattirical this is thearical cocktail with a potent effect. « less
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Ranked #37 of 462 attractions in Berlin
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Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Owner description: This mile-long stretch of the Berlin Wall is one of the largest remaining portions of the former divide between East and West... more » Owner description: This mile-long stretch of the Berlin Wall is one of the largest remaining portions of the former divide between East and West Germany. « less
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Ranked #38 of 462 attractions in Berlin
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Category: Zoos; Aquariums
Germany’s oldest zoo houses around 14,000 animals, most in open-air habitats.
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Ranked #39 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Specialty Museums
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Ranked #40 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Bar/ Clubs; Theaters
This popular cabaret bar features traditional vaudeville performances.
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Ranked #41 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Historic Sites; Arenas/ Stadiums/ Fields
Owner description: The stadium used for the Nazi's 1936 Olympics. Easily accessible by underground, this monumental attraction is a recommended... more » Owner description: The stadium used for the Nazi's 1936 Olympics. Easily accessible by underground, this monumental attraction is a recommended visit outside the hustle and bustle of the city. « less
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Ranked #42 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Art Museums; History Museums
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Ranked #43 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Art Galleries; Art Museums
Art collection housed in a former bunker
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Ranked #44 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Gardens
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Ranked #45 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Museums
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Ranked #46 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: History Museums
Owner description: This guardhouse, built in Neoclassical style, was a center for East German soldiers during the Cold War and now serves as a... more » Owner description: This guardhouse, built in Neoclassical style, was a center for East German soldiers during the Cold War and now serves as a memorial for war victims. « less
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Ranked #47 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Specialty Museums; History Museums
Owner description: This new museum, housed in a remarkable building designed to intimidate visitors, features dynamic exhibits on Jewish culture... more » Owner description: This new museum, housed in a remarkable building designed to intimidate visitors, features dynamic exhibits on Jewish culture in Germany, particularly during the reign of the Third Reich. « less
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Ranked #48 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Architectural Buildings
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Ranked #49 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Theaters
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Ranked #50 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Tours
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Ranked #51 of 462 attractions in Berlin
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Ranked #52 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Arenas/ Stadiums/ Fields
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Ranked #53 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Parks
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Ranked #54 of 462 attractions in Berlin
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Ranked #55 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Architectural Buildings; Neighborhoods; Ballets
This restored East Berlin commercial center houses shops, cafés, nightclubs and more.
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Ranked #56 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Museums
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Ranked #57 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Military Museums
Owner description: The Museum on the Berlin-Gatow airfield is a branch of the Bundeswehr Museum of Military History. Like its parent agency in... more » Owner description: The Museum on the Berlin-Gatow airfield is a branch of the Bundeswehr Museum of Military History. Like its parent agency in Dresden, it does not see itself primarily as a museum of technical history, but rather as a modern museum of cultural history.The Museum in Dresden tells a general cultural history of violence, whereas the Berlin Museum focuses on aerial warfare as the most recent development in the military use of force.Visitors will learn how aerial warfare has altered our views on warfare. The following topics are at the center of our presentation:• Crossing Borders. Airplanes enable us to transport information, diplomats and casualties quickly and across borders. At the same time, the emergence of the aerial bombing warfare resulted in the abolition of the old dichotomy between front and hinterland.• Invisible Perpetrators, Invisible Victims. Among other things, aerial warfare is characterized by high speeds, tremendous ranges and increasingly huge kill capacities. These characteristics result in a depersonalization in the relationship between perpetrators and victims.• Cover instead of Flight. People on the ground are practically unable to escape the violence from the air. They are faced with sudden alarms and have to look for cover in cellars and holes in the ground.• Role Models. The role of a pilot has changed continuously over the years: In the eyes of his contemporaries, he was a daring technical pioneer and knight of the air, a daredevil, an engine operator and a flight engineer. Pilots were sacrificed and became killers. Not all pilots are men. What will be their role in an era of unmanned aviation?• Military and Society. The doctrines of employment and the manner of taking responsibility for the protection of lives reflect the political system and self-image of the various air forces. For that reason, military aviation cannot be examined separately but must be seen in the context of its social and political environment.The Museum of Military History on the Berlin-Gatow airfield sees itself a place of learning for military Bundeswehr personnel as well as interested visitors. As an interface between the military and society, it hopes to encourage discussions and to contribute towards the integration of the armed forces into public life in Germany.The museum collection contains more than 200 airplanes, numerous air defence systems and sensors, uniforms, equipment, art, documents and pictures (a total collection of 600,000 items). « less
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Ranked #58 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Historic Walking Areas
Music tours (bus and walking tours), covering Berlin's Rock and Popular Music History.
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Ranked #59 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Theaters
This performance center is the primary place to view opera and ballet in West Berlin.
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Ranked #60 of 462 attractions in Berlin
Category: Museums; Art Museums
Owner description: One of the world's most major private art collections, including works by Picasso, Braque, Matisse, Klee, Laurens and... more » Owner description: One of the world's most major private art collections, including works by Picasso, Braque, Matisse, Klee, Laurens and Giacometti. « less
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